' HlCXt- DAILY RECORD
WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 1921
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TODAY AND TOMORROW
Realart Pictures Presents
WILLIAM D. TAYLOR'S
SPECIAL FEATURE PRODUCTION
An ndatpation by Julia Crawford Ivtrs from the novel by "P-a'
"Women are all alike. When they are maids they are milk
uh milk; once make 'em wives and they lead their backs against
their marriage certificates and defy you!"
A great human drama of modern mar
riage. Played by an all star cast includ
ing such big stars as
Theodore Roberts, Milton Sills, Agnes Ay
ers, Jerome Patrick and Others
One of the greatest pictures of the Year
Regular admission 10 and 20c war tax Inc.
Subscriptions for stock in the
swimming pool are now open an J
persons Ufro rAish to get in on the
rush are expected to t-ke out sonic
stock. Those willing to assist ihe
legion in putting the pool in may call
at either bank and jrive in his name
ard the amount he will subscribe.
The shares are $25 each and any
pel sens may subscribe for as many
chases as lie wants.
Action wil have to be raip dif the
stock is subscribed and work started
in crd;r to provide a summer's
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All ads cash with copy. Count the
worda before sending in your
CHAMPION X SPARK PLUGS ;"0
cents each by the dozen or half
dozen. No less sold, mail orders
given prompt attention. Set of
three loot boards for Ford by mail
$3.25. Paragon Mfg- Co.. Hickory.
N. C. 4 8 9 11 14 4t
LOST PEARL NECKLACE WITH
white ffold clasp. Liberal reward i
returned to Mrs- Fred Horton.
FOR SALEHUDSON' SUI'ER
Six 7-passenger model J. Abev
nethy Motor Co.. 2 tf
FOR SALE FORD ROADSTER For
$250. Abernethy Motor Co. 4 12 tf
FOR SALE TWO COTTAGES. Five
and ix room, on Ninth Avenue,
paved street. Apply to Mrs. Clem
ent, 'Phcne 292, or W. L. Payne.
310-J. 4 8 6t
FOR SALE 1 4 PIECS SUIT
walnut bed room furniture; one
fumed oak dining room table and
nix chairs, one refrigeto;' a-d
oil stove. R. T. Jones, 925, Ninth
avenue 4 13 3t eod
IVEY NEWS NOTES
West Hickoiy. Aoril 13. Mr. and
I Mrs. T. A. Guttle mi re cf Burke coun
ty spent the wick end here with Mrs.
Si-,!tleirtiie's parents. Mr. 'and Mrs.
A. M. Carswell.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Grover Clark
Friday. April 8, a fine girl.
Mrs M. L. Eenfield is quite sick
There was a large number cf peo
ple here from Baike county Sunday
atterJing the series. of meetings be
ing conducted at ,the Saints Chapel
by Rev. Lottie Charles.
There have been a lot of garden
seeds and corn planted here in the
gardens the past f,veek. Probably the
co.'d snap thai is now on us will be
over before the plants aie up enough
to be injured.
Mr. W. C. Kincaid and family have
mced int the house they rfcenty
purchased from Mr. Fox.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Keller moved
in Mr. G. C. Wilson's house the past
week. Mr. Wilson's family moved to
Draper a few days ago.
Mr and Mrs. C. Hilton of Black
burn have been here the past week
(attending the meetings at the Saints
Married in Wes.t Hickory at Ihe
residence of Squire G. T. Barger.
April 10, Mr. Pinkie Underwood cf
Lenoir and Miss Virgie Hsmby cf
West Hickory. Mr. Barger perform
ing the ceremony and sending them
on their way rejoicing.
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Crump attended
a birthday diner at the heme of Mrs.
R. E. Stevens in Burke county Sun
day. The dinner was given in honor
of Mrs. Stevens' 67th birthday. Those
present report a fine diner and a
Miss Hettie Johnson of RcspsvUle
nent the week-end here with Mrs.
N. I. Reinhardt T. J. L.
'THE FURNACE" BIG REALAMT
SPECIAL PASTIME TODAY
FOR SALE: ASPARAGUS ROOTS,
20c dozen, $100 per 100. Hickory
Seed Co. 4 13 2t
FOR SALE FOUR-CYLINDER S
passenger Ford. $350. Abernethy
Motor Co. 2 tf
; FOR SALE ROOM BUNGALOW
with lights, Kvater; : bath, etc.- Ad-
I dress 700 9th avenue or Phone
191. 4 12 tf
FOR SALE 1920 BUICK FIVE
passenger Little Six. Runs and
looks like new. Abernethy Motor
Company- 4 12 tf
FOR SALE ALUMINUM LINED
Fireless Cooker, good 'as new, bar
gain. Also pony and buggy or will
exchange for good fresh cow
Call 113. 4 13 3t pd
Ford Roadster- Recently overhauled
with new radiator, engine bearings
and other parts. $300 worth $400.
Laths, full width and thickness.
Fewer number required $7.00 deliv
ered. Surfaced oak boards for sheating
$20 00 per thousand.
Pine wood, full four feet long. A
full cord $800.
Slats, cut in 10 inch lengths for
stove wood, mixed pine, oak, hickory,
etc. Large load $4.00.
Army bacon 12 pound can $2.75.
Sawdust at your own prre.
The Ivey Manufacturing Company.
4 8 6t '
FOR SALE TWO COTTAGES, rive
and ix rooms, on Ninth avenue,
paved street. Apply to Mrs.
Clement, phcne 292, or W. L.
Payne, 310-J. 4 7 6t
THREE LAKUK KUUMS JUKI
rtfni. Wlin Kiiciienenc, buimui-
for light house keeping, lights and
water. 1C21 8 th A venire. Phon
220-L. . 4 12 1 wk pd
FOR SALE MRS. LAURA LOWERS
property on Ninth avenue opposite
Catawba Creamery. See John W.
Robinson. 7 6t
G. A. Thomason, Frank Beck, A. L
Hefner, J. C. Shuford
James C. Shuford Co
1212-1214 Tenth Ave.
Plumbing, Tinning, Heating, Roof
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Many have read the story of the
wi.se old cwl who sat in an yak. who
held his own tongue but saw and
heard a great deal, yet few of us rr
haps realize the virtue of such ad
vice' as "think more and say less'
until we have had the lesson brought
.home to us in some impressie way.
The new picture at the Pastime thea
tre today and tomorrow .which is en
titled ''The Furnace." and is a new
Rcilart Special Production by Will
iam D. Taylor, smashes this lesson
home in ?i ay that many will remem
ber for a long: time to come.
In that .production, which is based
o nthc new novel by the Englis.li au
thor "Pan," the idle threat made iust
before her marriags by Folly Val-
lance. a popular London actress and
the ride-to-be of Anthony Bond, a
wealthy social favorite, is the basis
for all . the tragedy that follows the
nrariiasrc- The girl was heard to re
mark lightly that if Anthony jilted
her. she would sue ;him for breach of
promise. This was said in jest, but
when the girls finance heard cf her
remark, just l efore the iveldinr, He
interpreted it as meaning that the
girl did not really love him. He goes
ahead with the marriage but repud
iates her as his wife. Some of " the
most powerful dramatic situations
ever screened folks the estrange
ment. Agnes Ayres plays the role of
Folly Vallance and Anthony Bond is
ably portrayed by Jerome Patrick,
the well-known legitimate star and
screen favorite. Theodore Roberts,
Helen Dunbar. Betty Francisco, Mil
tonSills. Fred Turner, Mayme Kelso.
Lucien Littlefield. Rober Bolder nd'
ether favorites also 'appear in the
Julia Crawford Ivera wrote hc
scenario and Jmes C. Van Trees ie
lespcnsible for the remarkable pho
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A Big Paramount Comedy
A. new Mack SennettComedy
Admission 10 & 20c, war tax included
G. W. RABY, M. D., D C.
and Spinal Specialist
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