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TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 1, 1921
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
The blaze of the diamond
the luster of the pearl the
glitter of pold While these
have an intrinsic value this is
not why they are most de
sired. Th?y are prized most be
cause of their power to lend
distinction that indefiabla
distinction that has charac
terized those of refinement
and good taste of all ages
Our goods and service
have distinction that charac
terizes the Bisanar store.
ndioininor the property of Mr.
Winter with the expectation of erect
nit; a building for the bottling plant
some time m the near iuuire.
Geo. . Bisanar
A meeting of the Woman's Aux
iliary of the First Presbyterian
church was held at the church yes
terday afternoon, the meeting being
called by the executive board :Jor the
purpose of adopting a constitution
tor the auxiliary recommended by the
bor.rd. The election of tiiieers i'or
I thj ensuing year was also held.
Mrs. E. M. Cra'.ga president ot
the auxiliary presided over the meet
ing and Mrs. W. B. Ramsay lead
the devot.oral exercises and the
secretary, Mrs. George C. Yoder,
ju-ad the constitution which was
Officers were elected as follows:
(President: Mrs. E. M. Craig; vice
president, MitA. W. 13. KJ-Vmsay;
secretary, Mrs. George C. Yoder;
treasurer, Mrs. George Bailey.
At this meeting delegates were
elected to the presbyterial which
will be held in Newton' in March.
Mis. G-orge Bailey was elected dele
gate with Mrs. E. B, Menzies as al
Following the regular business ses-
WILL BE If!
HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO.
General Insurance and Bonds
Service Our Motto
1030 14th Street - - Phone 292
March 1 The merger of the
Evangelical Lutheran Synod of North
Caiohna and the Evangelical Luth
eian Synod cf Tennessee will prob
ably bu definitely, effected is Salis
bury March 2. These two large bod
ies of Lutnerans nave bsen negotia
ting with euch other fcr several
years, and new it seems that' the
merger is practically assured. The
two synods will hold separate meet
ings on Monday February 28 for the
purpose cf considering fuch busi
ness as nisy come before' them a.i
separate synods. The North Carolina
synod, iwith Kev. Jacob L. Morgan of
Salisbury presiding, -will meet in
Haven Lutheran church, Salisbury.
The Tennessee synod with Rev. W.
A. Deaton, D- D., cf Hickory, presid
ing will meet in St John's Lutheran
church, Salisbury. On Tuesday March
1, ths two synods will come together
into a merger meeting for the pur
pose of forming a permanent msrgtr
cf their forces.
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ffl OF LOCAL COMPl! I
sum an interesting program was i y.hen this merger r, finally effect
rendered. Mrs. C. L. Crane, mis-fP,i ; ,v;n mr.-.n't ";H.ln: rf
mighty forces for more eflective sev
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DR. O. H. HESTER
Masonic Templo' Cuilding1
Ocilb rhonc No. 237
Night phone No. 8
When you have any old or
cast off Furniture to sell
Highest Cash Prices Paid.
E. W. KEYJSOLDy
Hickory Lodge Ro. -343
A. F. 3fc A. M.
RcpuJar communication Firt
and Third Monday nightt.
Brethren cordially invited to b
H E Whitener, Master
D. B. TAXLOR, Sec. r r-
HALE ELECTRO COMPANY
We are equipped to do all kind
of electrical work, small ot Urge.
We altto carry a, complete Block
of Electrical Goods and a line of
fixtures for atore and residence
Kills disease Germs.
Removes and prevents
the odor of perspira
tion,, cleanses cuts and
keeps them free from
infection. "The soap
of a hundred uses" -at
LUTZ DRUG STORE
"On the Corner"
TALL 17 or 317 That's ENOUGH
Prescriptions a Specialty
ftionary to Africa who is home on a
furlough, talked of hsr work in Af
lica and Mrs. A. II. Setzer and Mrs.
George Bailey each sang a solo which
was especially enjoyable.
TO PHESEKT PLAY
Local and Personal
CYRUS C. BABB
Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Engri.
Waterpower, Waterworks and
Sewerage Land eub-ditisicn
Hickory, N. C.Chm. Com. Bldg.
Address: Granite Fall?, N. C.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Pruitt,
Mrs. L. F. Long of Newton was
the 'guest yesterday of Mrs. George
Mr. R. F. Gardner returned la-t
l-'rrht ror- a trip of several weeks to
Geo. E. Bisanar
DOCTOR OF OPTICS
Error of Refraction and all Opti
cal defects corrected wrth"T?rcroerly
Office and examination rocn in eoa
nertion with Jewelry Otxj
Mr. a"nd Mrs. Henry Leonard are
spending several days in Charlotte
Hickory Harness Co.
Manufacturers of all tinda tf .
HARNESS. BRIDLE. SADDLES,
AND STRAP WOKK
Repairing a Specialty
HICKORY, N. C.
Rev. D. M. L'taker of Marion was
kh -truest today of Mr. -and MrH
George $ Bajley. enroute to Salisbury.
. MiiaSa'rah Earohar;!t of 'Salisbury
was .the guest yesterday of hef sis;
tc'r, Miss, Barnhardt. at Lenoir Col
lege: '". '
DR. W. B. RAMSAY
OfBea over Hayes-Long Drag Co
HICKORY, N. C.
Hickory-Lenoir Jitney Scbedul
Leave Lenoir 3:30 P. M
Leave Hickory 5.CO P. M.
Arrive for No. 21 and 22.
C. E. ROBBINS
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Shuford have
returned from a trip" to New York,
Chicago and St. Louts.
Mrs. J- W. Clarkson and daughter,
Maric;n. left todav on No. 11. for
6hembntns "vacatisn in Florida. "
Mrs- Porter &f Salisbury spent yes
terday with her daughter. Miss
Frances Porter, a student at Lenoir
Mrs. George C- Yoder was the
truest last night of Mrs- L. F. Long in
Newton. Mrs. Long and Mrs. Yoder
are spending today in Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester E. Best of
Kannapolis and Misses Mamie and
Kathleen Fattenwhite of Concord
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. J. Roy Innes.
Hickory aniU'seivunt lovers will have
an opportunity Friday night to enjoy
an operetta, '"The Golden Apple,', pre
sented at the South school auditorium
by the pupils of that school under
th,? direction of Miss Virginia Allen,
principal, and other teachers. The
children have worked hard for the
past six weeks on their play, which
is in four acts, and it is sure to be a
The proceeds from the sale of tick
ets will be devoted to the South schoo1
EVENING SERVICES WILL
BEGIN AT 7:30 NOW
The Sunday services at the differ
ent churches in the city will begin at
i:S0 o'clock begining ivvith this com
ing Sunday. Members and Iriends
bear this in mind.
NEW BARBER SHOP OPEN
Messrs. W. J. White and A. M.
Brown two popular young men, have
opened a barber shop at 13C0 Union
square 'in the building formerly oc
cupied by the Diamond GriJ Battery
station. Mr- White has been i:i busi
ness hero for years, h ivvell pnd fa
vorab!y known and GMp-. Brown, a
nrtive r'f Win-.K' O'ty. Ins again tak
OTi up th? nvnfe??ico r.inee leading
army. They a?inr.urce that they
Vo glad to wait on their many
BASEBALL CLUB ORGANIZED
vice in tne ennrcn. These syno-Js have
an enrollment cf 110 pastcrr.. 214 con
rrt'gations ard a membersl i'p of 39,
546. , Thsy have in this state three
splendidly equipped educational insti
tutons: Lenoir College at Hickory,
which is cc-educational, with an en
rollment cf ovf.y 250; the Collegiate
Institute at Maunt Pleasant, with an
enrollment of 175 young men, snd
Mount Amoena seminary, at Mt.
Pleasant, with an enrollment of over
100 young women. These synods also
Messrs. James C. Shuford and Geo.
A. Thomasson have purchased from
Dr. L. E. Clark the business ano.
stock of the Hickory Roofing & 'Lm-mnp-
Comnanv and took charge today.
Tfc, hatko ha Kr.i rhanered to
T-r,v.i.-rrv Pliim;hinr. Tinninrr and)
Heating Company. In addition to tin
ning and plumbing, the company will
install steam' heating and hot air
outfits and do a general line of con
tract and repair work.
Mr. ' Thoniasson has been with this j
company for more than 1G years and:
is one ci the best equipped tinners
and plumbers in the state. Mr. Shu
t'ord, while new at this business, has. a
mechanical turn, has had much bus-
iness experience and the two young j
men will make a splendid combination.
Nobody has mere friends than either
T.lr. Shuford or Mr. Thom'asson and ,
lh?;r business is sure to grow. j
They have the best wishes of hosts!
y friends i;i their new enterprise. j
Mr Shuford anouriced this after- j
noon the purchase of Mr. Frank j
Beck's plumbing business, which willi
be added to the oi'-ginal equipment.
Mr. Beck, who is also a first class
plumber, will tsks r. position with the
(One Day Only)
Willi an A!I-Sl2.r
Bo unsern forces exist? Do they guide
Can they bridge the gap of misunderstanciin ;
len? You'll enjoy every mcmsnt of Sydn:.-y A.
play, ' Unseen Forc:s.:'
It explains the thin
SETTINGS OF GREAT
NEW' DEMILLE FILM
Stage settings of nuusual beauty
are 'jsurcd in any phoroplay besr-i'"-jc
Cecil H- lie Mili&'s name and
have large home and foreign mission oometmng to imnii tbout tne
ary interests and aggressively sup- F-iTamcunt picture wrrleh will be
port several institutions of mercy i shown at the Grand theatre Thursday'
During the past .ver.r there was- a net and Friday easily reaches the high
increase ?n men-.bership cf over 2,- j laadaid tot by "previous Do Mule
The North Caiolina- synod was or
ganized in 1803, in St- John's Luth
;nn church. Salisbury, where the
inergxr meeting will be h?Irl on
March 2. After 1G years ox harmony
and rapid growth differencrs arose
within the synod and in 1819 a div
ision occurred and the Tennessee sy
nod came into exstence. And no-w.
after mere than 100 yearg of sspara
ate existence the two synods will
most probably merge into one strong
and united body.
Mere than 200 pastors and laymen
wll assemble n Salsbury for . t!n
merger meeting. At this joint sess
ion cr mersrer meeting the Rsv. G
G. Scherer, D. D., secretary of the
United Lutheran church in America,
will preach the opening sermon-
TO OUR TEACHER
On Monday night the Berean class
of the First Baptist church met and
organized a baseball club. P. H.
Beam was ehcted manager, W. H. Es
sex secretary and F. L. Warren treas
urer. The meeting was well attended
and the class as a whole will join, in
cluding th? teacher, C. W. Ellington.
The class has some of the finest am
ateur material in town to pick froni
and in about three weeks will be in
good form and ready to meet all
comers. The class challenges any
Sunday school class in town, especi
ally the Methodist, and will endeav
or to "beat 'em or bust."
Several games with other ' towns
and organisations are already in
sight and whth the season is over the
class hopes to claim many victories
a'l ever the-state. Many good things
ara expectedvof this organization.
of PALI BEACH
Mr. James R. McMillan of Balti
more i3 spending,, several days in
Hickory convalescing frcm an attack
of pneumonia- Mr. McMillan is stop
ping at the Huffry .Hotel.
Mrs. Garland Suttlemyre, who has
, been ill, is much improved, her
friends will be glad to note. Miss
Emma Suttlemyre is spending some
itime with Mrs. Suttlemyre.
Electric Shoe Shop
P. M. THOMPSON, Proprietor
First Class Work Guaranteed
Phon 106. Work Delivered
1032 14th Ptrcst, Hickory, N. C.
Rev. Mr- Rowe is conducting cate
chetical instruction at the Reformed
cHirch every afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Thf attendance yesterday by - the
, children was good. This plan will be
tffnowetl ior aDout mree weens.
Tells Girls How She Found
Relief From Pain
DR. J. B. LITTLE
Offlcs Phons 196
(her D. P. Bowman's Stor
The Coca Cola Bottling Comnany
hos purchaser! frc-m Mr. J. L. Oi'llcy
a lot GG by 200 fact on Tenth avenue.
Landscape Garelmers-Nurserymen ,
kriiCKuRY. WOkTH larolina. Zzfz,:?-1
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West Palm Beach, Fla. "When I
was 19 years old I was irregular and I
had such terrible
cramps it felt like a
knife e-oiner through
me. I took Lydia E.
nnkham s Vegeta
ble Compound and I
was cured. After I
wsia mnvrior? T ViqH
lithe same trouble
sj caused by the added
a work of farming and
heavy washings so 1
told my husband to
get six bottles of the
Vegetable Compound and by taking it
regularly my troubles ceased and now I
never have a pain or ache, and am regu
lar. I recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound and think every
young girl should take it. You can pub
lish this,letter and it may be the means
of helping some other girl'or woman."
Mrs. Mary M. Wagner, Box 759,
West Palm Beach, Florida.
While no woman is entirely free from
periodic suffering it does not seem to be
the plan of nature that woman should
suffer so severely and when pain exists
something is wrong which should be set
right. Every girl who suffers irom
mnnthlv cramns should crive Lvdia E.
( Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a fair
Clarence" E. Reinhr.rdt
A precious ferd from u-, is gone,
IF'j v&lce froni us is stilled:
A nlac? made vacant in .our room,
That never can be filled.
CALLED MEETING OF
There will be a called meeting of
the Community Club at the Chamber
cf Commerce this evening at 7:15
o'clock to consider the library ques
tion and ether matters which may
ccrae before the meeting.
We must act quickly or the Car
negie offer will be withdrawn. A
large attendance is desire!.
The meeting will be at 7:15 cn ac
count of the Lyceum number at the
South schol auditorium ' at 8:30
MRS. R. J- FOSTER. Secretary.
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But " Something to Think About'
has 'in addition to several stage set
tings of remarkable beauty, some of
ine most realistic backgrounds of McClure's room and tcld them th.
ADMISSION 10 and 20 CENTS
-war lax inched
TRINITY COLLEGE BOY !was still i.i U b:
WOULD NOT BE HAZED j ever as if to take
A tC.:Ow-Up is
Ti'inity College, Durham, , March 1. teidoy afternoc
E-"C:: Bftckr, Jr..-a-member-Of the- r- . a member
scpromcr: class at Trinity college is.
in W'iitts hospit;-: here suffering
from;, a ; knife ith: ust ' in: the chest in
flicted by Jack MeClure, cf Canton,
a member rf the freshman clr.ss.
Doctors declare that the wound in it
:: li' i.; . nc C sei iov.s- and tltit r sccvevy
should bo rapid if no complcatior.s
develop. The chest cavity y;as slight
ly pierced by the knife. .
Sunday night about ll:P.O, accord
iny to the story told by McClure to
college authcaities, four cr five msm-
beis of the sopnomore class enisiea
the latter what
went to McCiui-e
that Small cursed him,
tne io.ee. 1 no sk
check was broken
P"ned Le stru-
jmWer sort ever seen in
picture pi eduction.
The story offers a great opportun
ity tor contriot and dv.e advantage
xiiuuou . -ioh ffi-no at rev r:m.
college authorities that
his bed, turned on tne hgnt,
This affair is the first indication
that there ho.? been any hazing at the
college since Christa.-. r.:-d ss-;vie;:t;
declare that the collc:: has "beer, vx
ceedingly free frcm this r-ractk-i
since the J. :nhor.'!ere c'. ; & ;hovt
time after th" opening ..f -J
took a scat on the side cf the bed.
ias I. sen taken ot every opportunity. Acccrdir.g to i-?s ,torv Brooke advan
In this production has &sen supplied j Cscland "took he-id of his right arm
a humbxe - blacksmith's home, his J it v;r.s then, he says that -he pulled
work shep and the poverty-stricken the knife from undc-r his bed clothe?
apartment wherein some cf the most j ni-,de a side stroke at Brooks
important action of the staiy tranr xhe blade entered the chest, slightly
t.pires. i piercing the cavity
Against this background Cecil B. j From othcr sources the ccllc-ge au
Dj I'Jil.'e plsct J a home -of exquisite ii,-v-;m, - hvn hpen that the
ve:m w?t and
mem be: s p-edj
ir c 1 i-.ri-.;i :fi'
beauty. By thu.-? contrasting the two i
rurrcuodings they have emphasized j
the realism ci ens and the artistic!
perfection cf the other J
Notable examples cf this decor.r-
tive lavishness are to be found in the!
Oriental living room, library
music room which compris:-s or.e
lion of the residence in question. An
iow : was !e Xvered ' v.'iich Mc(
''Teisa. savs '.u- ,.
turn to ihe L:r.:t I.:
"Not fcr the su:
we ar? tco buv wo;l
I Skin Sufferers Do Not I
Want Mere Temporary Relief
modern influence in interior decora-f-r.mc-
civeligi. A boudoir cf striking
beauty completes this household.
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A Dodge automobile driven by Mr.
Pave Isenhour ran into the rear of
a Buick car driven by Mr. J. W.
Bowles at the intersection of Twelfth
street and .Thirteenth avenue yester
day about noon, resulting in the
smashing of the two front wheels of
the Dodge machine, damage to its
fender, and. the smashing off of a
wheel of the -Buick. Mr. Bowles was
coming down Twelfth street and the
other driver was going up the ave
nue when the collision, occurred. Mr.
Bowles saw. the othsr car, but
thought there was plenty of room
for both to pass and slowed up, it
was reported. He suffered cuts on
the face by broken glass and was
shaken up pretty badly. An investi
gation of -j-he affair is baing made
by the officers.
UNSEEN FORCES AT THE
Heralded as one of the most re
markable nhctcdramas cf the season
"Unseen Forces" with an all star
cast, headed by beautful Sylvia
Breamer, will be the attraction at the
Grand Theatre today.
Directed by Sidney A- Franklin,
recognized as one cf the most able
men in hi? profession, it is a May
flower production and is released
through Associated First Nation.-);
Supporting; Miss Breamer in tbp
cast are such well known celluloid
celebrities as Conrad- Nagel, who is
her leading man; Rosemary Theby,
Rober Cain famed fr his portrava!
of lounge lizard parts; Sam De
Grasse, who has made a big reputa
tion for himself as both m'actr and
director; Edward Martindel, Harry
Garrity, James. O. Borrows, . Ago-i?
Herring. Andrew Arbuckle and Al
Most remarkable of all prihaps is
the story "which has been picturize l,
for, as the title would indicate, it
deaiis with "unseen forces."
Sylvia Breamer has the role of
Miriam Holt, a girl possessed of pe
culiar . intuitive pa vers ' wMch enable
her to foretell certain fcture happen
ings. She is know aT "the girl who
sees around corners."
Born to Mr. and Mrs.
a fine son.
R. C. Rich-
Misses Liliisn Reitze-1, ' ' Bertie
Biadshaw and Anr.ie Bradshay are
going on No. '12 this evening to vis
it Mrs- R. C. Bradshaw in Statervillo
Hospital, who was operated on Moiv .
ciav for appendicitis and is doing very
Of course, if you are content to
have only temporary relief frcm
the terrifying itching and burning
cf fiery, liamin-g' skin diseases, then
you are satisfied to remain a slave
to ointments, lotions and other lo
cal remedies applied to the surface
of the dan.
Real genuine relief from eczema,
tetter, scaly eruptions or any other
zorm of skin irritations cannot be
expected until you free your blood
of the germs which cause these
disorders. And for this purpose
there iz v.o remedy that gives nora
satisfactory results than S.S.S., thi
fine old blood remedy that jo-
down to the source of every blood
disorder and routs out ti-2 genr.3
which cause the trouble.
S.S.S. i-3 sold by all druggists.
Begin taking it today, and if you
will write a? complete history cf
your case, our medical director vriil
give you expert advice without
charge. Address Chief Medical Ai
viser, 155 Swift Laboratory. Atlan
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TlZ! SWIFT STfZ fSweet -Pure-Clean j SWIFT - .t- "jfTs f !
p REFRIGERATOR. I SV.iHS Preffiiumj " REFRIGERATOR 1 PreiiUIll !
0 L!NE HI Oleomargarine D line . Bacon -
Whether the Germans pay or not.
they must be convinced by this time
that' their war didn't. Boston Tran
pHE meat peddler of the old drws, who k:l?,
hl's own live stock and then soid ;he moat irjrk
the tail cf a cart, ii & one from ur larger tovvs
and cities. Kc was a pioneer and did good service
but ho couldn't keep op with his job. . Cruda
methods had to jive way to new ideas in sanita
tion and distribution.
And tha modorn packing business means this:
That near tho farms and ranches, tha centers
cf hve stocK prodnf ticn, are racking plants that
assemble and manufactaro tha meat products
you use. r
'oncentration of po'polation drove the- pedci'ar
nis wagon cut and brought the modern pa-- '
ndustry end the neighborhood retailer in H-
tlien and now
That swift and sanitary refrigerator cars carry
your meat from these packing plants to eve.y
part of the country.
Dealers in towns and villages are supplied
directly and regularly from these refrigerator cars.
And in cities the refrigerator car is unloaded
into branch houses, chilled and sanitary, from
which deliveries are made to your meat shop.
And all the time the meat is kept so chilled that
deterioration is prevented.
Swift & Company's' plants and branches ara
co-ordinated, interchanging supply and support
ing each other, when necessary, so that no sectioa
of the country may ever lack its daily meat.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
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