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THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 24, 1921
HICKORY DAILY RECORC
PAGE FIVE
The improvements made from
time to time in the Hupmobile
are simply in pursuit of our
policy to build a product
worthy in every way of the confidence we
invite our buyers to place us in.
HupcnoUfe
The latest model Hupmobile
Touring- car and roadster are
on display at our office on
, Federal . Street. i
D. M. BOYD & CO.
in uj I
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Easter Special
One Cent Sale
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
lUtnm nv Toik't Water (Violet, Lilac and Wisteria
$1.25 Bottle 2 for $1.20
Ikutmmy Rolling Massage Cream Toe Jar 2 for 76c
H.irm.mv I.iqunid Cocoanut Oil Shampoo. -COc Bottle 2 for Glc
Vi.'U't DuL' Cold Cream G5c Jar 8 Tor GGc
Aibuti Complexion Cream C3c Jar 2 for GGc
IliV.ts Peroxide Cold Cream 35e Jar 2 for 3Gc
liM-quet Uamee Complexicn Powder $100 Box 2 for $1.01
Sy ta Complexion Powder T5c Box 2 for 76c
Hnso, Viokt and Trailing Armutis Face Powder 50c 2 ior 51c
Krvall Corolopsid Talcum Fowder 30c Box 2 for 31c
IUxall Violet Talcum Powder -35c Boz 2 for '3Gc
I!-xuU & Hikers Tooth Paste 25c Tube 2 for 26?
Mtxixe Cherries - --79c lb.
Hot Water Bottles (Maximumi) $2.50 each 2 for $2.51
.Maximum Fountain Syringes $2.50 each 2 for $2.51
Hickory Drug Co.
Prescription Druggists
TKone 1G
9
Easter Specials
Friday and Saturday
To our friends and customers our spec
ial on Canned goods, such as Green
Beans, Blackbzerries, Apples and Beets.
li 20c cans Green Beans for 25c
2 20c cans Blackberries for 25c
2 20c cans Apples for 25c
2 20c Cans Beets 25c
i pounds home grown white beans . . . 25c
2 lbs. good grade Coffee for 35c
And all other groceries not mentioned
and fresh meats of all kinds at a close
price. We will highly appreciate you vis
iting us and getting our prices.
Hosley.& Crouch
On Ninth avenue in the Flagler building
Phone 208
BANISH THE ENEMY OF MANKIND
.... . . . i.-.i Tir-ciTTivr ATISM. noison la
v nwn your way is tuckcu wmi -.rii,. ,,,
'finally destroying the life-giving forces within. Neutralize
nixin.M nml ieirny tub poisuuo uq.i.h
:u.,l.lv and Burotv eliminate the poisons, and relieves all rhcu i-
nunyrnptorns. .DcnM : overload KKK
iuu a leaspoanrui lanen onto wi
-i'u muires gooa neaun your cwiin"'
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THE KELLS CUMrAni i , a lit
PTTHUNS PUN
FOR DISTRICT
MEETING
Delegates fro mthe lodees in this
district will he given a royal time
when they assemble here next Tues
jday 'afternoon for the meeting: of tha
Knights of 1'ythias to be held in Ca-
tawba lodge No- f4 for .an afternoon
I and night session. Mr. J. M. Joyner
; of Statesville, district deputy, will
preside.
The afternom will be given over to
business and the night to addresses
and team work, a select team coming
up from Statesville to show how the
first rank should be administered.
Refreshments will be served and all
Pythians will be welcome- Between
50 and GO delegates will be here from
the lodges at Statesville, Linco'nton,
Lenoir, Rhodhiss. Morgantom and
Marion.
The presence of Mr. R. S. McCain
of Henderson, grand chancellor; Mr.
E. M. Geicr of Canton, vice grand
chancellor, and Mr. W. M. Lyles of
Charlotte, grand keeper of retwils
and seal, will add interest to the occasion-
WALLACE COMING
TOMORROW NIGHT
Tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in the
South school auditorium Wallace, the
celebrated magician, will entertain the
public.
Wallace is said to be the greatest
single handed entertainer on the
stage today. He carries with him
one thousand pounds of equipment
with which to perform and promises
to keep the audience m laughter and
astonishment for two hours.
School children regardless of age
will only pay 25c while adults will
pay 35c for the entertainment.
PLAY AT KILLIANS
The Kiilian school will give a play,
and the Woman's club will sell ice
cream Friday night, March 25. There
will be no admission fee.
Hart Schaflherl
Clothes
..IMF
Schaflner
&
ELEVENTH DISTRICT
MEETS JPI 1
EASTER SALE TOMORROW
The Y. W. A-, of the Reformed
church will hold an Easter sale of
cakes, candy and colored eggs at
Whitener and Martin's tore tomor
row beginning about 10:30 or 11
o'clock and continuing throughout
the day.
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NO SHOW AT HUB TONIGHT
The meeting of the 11th district of
the federation of women's clubs an
nounced for April G and 7 in Albe
marie will not be held on the 6th but
will m'.et only on the 7th.
Any members from the Hickory
club desiring to attend may leave
Hickory on No. GG and return that
night on No. 35.
Delegates will be met in Salisbury
and carried to Albemarle in cars
furnished by the Albemarle club- A
luncheon will be served and a sess
ion held in the afternoon.
.All those desiring to go from Hick
orv are requested to notify Mrs. S.
H. Farabee, corresponding secretary
of the Community Club, who twill re
port to the hostesses in Albemarle.
CEMETERY LOTS ARE
NOW BEING IMPROVED
M!any people who own lets in Oak
vcod cemetery have started improve
ments that have isdded much to the
appearance of the burial place and
grass sown in the early spring is now
looking beautiful These who own lots
will do well to see what has been
done.
UNION BIBLE CLASS TOMORROW
The subject of study of the Union
Bible class tomorrow afternoon is
"Sin and Salvation Seen in Soui'ces."
This is one of the pivotal lessons of
the series. It is a good time to join
the class- No member should miss
this lesson.
Jlour from 3:30 to 4:30 o'clock in
the Reformed church auditorium.
Manager Miller leceived a wire this
afternoon from the manager of Leo
Adde's show anouncing that ithe show
had broken up in High Point and
would be unable to come here, there
fore there will be no show at the
H.ub tonight.
DOUGLAS FAIRANKS PASTIME
TODAY IN "THE NUT"
nfarx
SOIis
Today the Pastime theatre is of
fering you an extraordinary big at
traction for the regular admission
price, Doug'.as Fairbanks in his lat
est United Artists production "The
Nut." a rip roaring comedy that is
full of action- Guaarnteed to please.
Take our word for it and don't miss
this good picture. Tomorrow Dorothy
Gish will be seen in a spook role in
ifre-r new Paramount comedy "The
Ghost in the Garret." There are
thrills and laughs in abundance. Ad
ded attraction Bathe News.
REDUCE WrAR PENSIONS
OLD STANDBY, FOR
ACHES AND PAINS
Any man or woman xvho keeps
Sloan's handy will tell you
that sane thing
ESPECIALLY hose .frequently
attacked by rheumatic twinges.
A counter-irritant, Sloan's Lini
rier.t scatters the congestion and pene
trates t.-ilkcut rubbing to the afflicted
part, soon relieving the ache and pain.
Kepi handy and used everywhere
for reducing and finally eliminating the
pains and aches of lumbago, neuralgia,
muscle strain, joint stitTncss, sprains,
Lruiaes, and the results of exposure.
You just know from its stimulating,
, healthy odor that it will do you good 1
Sloan's Liniment is sold by all drug
gists 35c, 70c, $1.40. v
fl(LDSL:
Liniments
NOTICE OF ELECTION
In compliance with the require
ments described by the Charter of
the City of Hickory, a primary for the
purpose of selecting candidates for
the various offices of th,e City will
be held on the last Monday in March,
the same being the 28th day of
March, 1921, and the first Monday
preceding the e-eneral election, which
will be held on the first Monday in
April. 1921, for the purpose of hold
ing the above primary and general
Municipal electon which will be held
on the first Monday., in April, 1921 ,
the City Council at is regu'lar meet
ing appointed
James W. Espey, Registrar
F. A. Clinard, Judge.
John L. Snrings, Judge.
Of election. Registration books will
be open until April 2nd 1921.
R. G. HENRY, City Manager.
2 19 23 30
London, England, March 7.
British war widows are re-marrying
so rapidly that the chancellor,
Austen Chamberlain, expects to be
able to reduce pensions appropria
tions in this year's budge by 10,
000,000 pounds sterling. This, how
ever, is only one of the factors con
tributed to the anticipated .reduct
ion but it is stated that thousands
of women made widows by the war
have again become wives and thus
automatically taken their namles off
the pension list. The pensions grant
ed to widows ot soldiers who died
in active service are withdrawn
when the widows remarry.
a i j t
FUNERAL SERVICE FOR
MRS. SMYRE IS HELD
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
Having qualified as Administrate
of the estate of Mrs. B. Cathrine Bar
gcr, deceased, late of Catawba
county, notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims against this
estate to present them to me duly ver
ified, at the office of Judge E. B.
Cline, Hickory, N. C, on or before
the 5th day of February, 1922, or
this notice will be pleaded in - bar
thereof.
Persons indebted will make pay
ment to me.
This February 5th, 1921.
D. T. APPLEGATE,
Dead 3-21 Administrator
Susan Elkn Miller Smyre departed
this life on March 10. 1921, age 68
years, 5 months and. 2 days. She
was bcrn August 17, 1852, in Mul
berry Grove. Carrol County, Tenn.
On the 30th of May, 1870, she was
united in holy matrimony to
Francis Shuford' Smyre. On the 30th
of May, las year, surrounded by thair
"hildren and a host of relatives and
friends they had the blessed oppor
tunity of celebrating their golden
wedding anniversary, a privilege that
few live to enjoy. To this union were
oorn two sons and five daughters, one
daughter. Lula, wife of the Rev. A
L. Bolick, preceding her mother m
death some years ago. The children
who survive are: Clinton of Clovis,
New Mexico; Wiorth of Amarillo,
Texas; Mrs. B. L. Westenbarger of
WThitestown. Ind-; Mrs. C. C. Howe of
Canton, Ohio; Mrs Hubert Patterson
of Albemarle, N. C; and Mrs. Thom
as Huitt of Conover. She had twenty
grandchildren and five great grand
children. Mr. and Mrs- Smyre built the first
home and had the first child born in
Conover. Mrs. Smyre was a life long
member of the Evangelical Lutheran
church.
The funeral services were conduct
ed by her pastor, the Rev. Geo. E
Mennen in Concordia church and the
funeral sermon was based on the
text which the deceased herself had
chosen, the beautiful and comforting
words of St. John 14:1-7. Her, body
wias laid to rest in the Concordia
cemetery to await the resurrection
morn. All the children were present at
their mother's funeral except Worth,
who was kept away on account of
sickness.
The sympathy of many friends go
out to 'the bereaved husband and
family and we commend them in the
safe hands of Him who says: "I am
with you always unto the end of the
world"
PERMIT TO MAKE WINE OUT
OF STRAWBERRIES IS ISSUED
Washington, Mtarch 24.: A permit
to manufacture wine out of straw
berries for non-beverage purposes
was issued last nigiht to the Straw
berry Growers association of Louis
iana by 'the bureau of internal reve
nue. Provision is made in the permit
that no sugar shall be added to in
crease the alcoholic content of the
product.
While no explanation cf the issu
ance of the permit was mxde by the
bureau, officials said the strawberry
growers had apealed to the prohibi
tion authorities for permission to set
up a (winery in order to care for their
surplus crop, which was estimated to
be worth about $5,000,000- Under the
Volstead act. it was explained, it is
legal to establish wineries for the
manufacture of non-beverage pro
ducts for sacramental or medicinal
purposes. : -
We are now showing new Spring Models in Hart,
Schaffner and Marx clothes for Easter. Come in and
make your selection.
PRICE VERY REASONABLE
Moretz
Wh
itener
Company
Hickory, N. C.
f
ITS
ME BEIi SOI
The farmers of this section, al
ways given to growing their ciati sup
plies, have sowsd more clover seed
this spring than ever before, Mr. L.
M. Bollinger, a leading farmer and
dairyman, told the Record, today- s
f"r himself. Mr. Bollinger will hold
the eotton he raised next year and
not plant any this spring. Hundreds
of farmers will cut down on cotton
HtrA or no tobacco will be raised.
Mr. Bollinger is of the opinion
that the farmers in planting crops
that improve their land will be doing
the best thing for themselves tnis
year, as well as in future years.
Seed dealer?, say that they have
never had such a run on clover end
osts seeds and feedstuffs will be
raised in abundance in this section
this year.
taster
Safe
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is your opportunity to
save money on
Easter Ready-to-Vear
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200 Men's Suits from. ... .$9.98 to $25.00
200 Boys Suits from. . ....... .$3.98 to $9.98
200 pair Ladies Pumps, high and low
heels, patent, gun metal., value $6 to 8.
, . ....... . ... .$3.48
200 pair Ladies Pumps, high and low
.heels, tan. Value $7. to $9 .$4.48
,100 pair Ladies Pumps, value $3 to $5 . . .
... . ....... .... ...-...$2.98
300 Ladies and. Children ready trimmed
Hats reduced away below cost-must go
We have thousands. of bargains in pur
store that we can not mention on account
of space.
Everything in our store is reduced.
Come and be convinced for yourself.
Zerdens
underselling
Store

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