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TUESDAY EVENING. JUiJE 7, 1921
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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S-P-O-E-T-S
TODAY ONLY
"DEAD
MEN
TELL NO
TALES
etc.
A TOM TKKKIS PRODITTION
From the Famous Story Py
E. W. Hornung, Author of "Raf fles,
A WTAiUAPH M
A Mammoth Spectacle with
An All Star Cast including
CATHERINE CALVERT
COST HALF A MILLION
Shown for Benefit Hickory Concert Band
Special Music at Night by the Band
ADMISSION: 25c to all, war tax included
BASEBALL RESULTS
PIEDMONS
High Point G-3; Danville 5-2.
iW'Jiston-Salem 2: Dm ham 3.
Raleigh (i; Greensboro 4.
AMERICAN
Philadelphia 8; Detroit 12.
Boston 7: Cleveland G.
New York 1: St. Louis 5.
Washington 10; Chicago 7.
NATIONAL
Cincinnati 1; l?ton G.
Pittsburgh 5; Nov York 4.
Chicago 4; Brooklyn 7.
St. Louis 11: Pittsburgh 0.
One cent a word for1 iacli insertion.
THIS SIZE TWO CENTS A
WORD.
This size three cents a
word.
All ads cash with copy. Count the
, words before Bending in your
copy.
NOTE:
vr.I. CHILDREN MI ST HAVE TICKhlS
THE PICTCRE IS HERE
MATINEE
Open 2:"") P. M.
Shows 3:0i mid 4:
10 p.
XKJHT:
();un 7:30 P. M.
nr. Show:; X:0G and 9:30 P. M.
SOUTH ATLANTIC
Spartanburg 3; Augusta 2.
Greenville 7-G: Charleston G-5.
Columbia 21; Charlotte 8.
PIEDMONT
Won. Lrt.
Gricnsboro 19 13
Raleitrh 18 1 14
Durham 18 15
Ilig-h Point 1G 1G
Danville 16 . 17
Winston-Salem 11 1 23
' AMERICAN
Won Lost
WANTED TO BUY GOOD HOME
in good neighboi-hood close in, di
rort from owner. Address Buyer
care of Record.
SEVEN ROOM HOUSE WITH
li.rVita anri watpr. trood size lot On
istVi avpnnp for $3600.00 auick sale
TV! u v i n nnH Smith. 6 4 6t
JCZZ3CZ
I- Jl
1
j,L DR. MADDRY HERE
Mrs. C. ii. Wet and little daugh
tor Pt,".uv, wilt airive this after-
Dr. ('has. K. Madd'v, vorvp-m.H ,u on iiom Wilson to spend sev.ra
in? wrUry ef the Baptist stateUeeks with her parents, .Mr. ami
ennvunt nn. vissril tnrouirn lllCMH i .MIS. v.. . . Wc
from Murnnv to ivai-;
Cleveland 30
New York 27
Washington - 2G
Detroit - 27
Boston 20
St. Louis -- 21
Chicago -- 18
Philadelphia -- 1G
17
19
22
23
21
2(5
27
30
Pet.
.59 1
.563
.515
.500
.485
.45S
Pet
.638
.587
.:'.' 2
.540
.4R3
.447
400
.348
FOR SALE FORD TOURING CAR
1920' model. Abernethy Motor
Co. 19 tf
NATIONAL
Won Lost
titilnv I'Tirnllti-
-iKh. He will go to Chapel Hill Mm-j
day to preach the baccalaureate ser-
p ..tue the jdvduating class iu
the University and the first of next
month will be in M:mtto, his work
tarrying him to all corners of th-
Mate.
The Touring Car
1). M. BOYD & CO.
THE SYNOD MEETS
The Lutheran pastors from all
North Carolina and representatives
from the many boards of the United
Lutheran church of North Carolina
will all meet today in Burlington
for the first se b sinsehtosof, E
for the first sessions of the new
.,.,'.,! :k T'nitcd Lutheran Synod
.'t v.Vtli riimiinn. No services will
wi ... -
be held in Holy Trinity on Wednes
day night as the pastor Rev. C. R.
W. Keglcy w ill be at the synott
meeting. All pastors plan to return
home however for services next Sun
day and report on the new synod and
its' plans. Much interest is shown
i in this meeting.
Pittsburgh .
New York -Brooklyn'
Boston .
St. Louis -
Chicago -
Cincinnati -Philadelphia
30
32
25
22
20
17
17
15
14
15,
23
21
22
2-0
31
28
SOUTH
Columbia -
Greenville Charleston .
Augusta -Charlotte.
--
ATLANTIC
Wc.i I.ost
. 2G 13
.. 25 14!
20 20
18 ' 20
Pet
.082
.G81
.521
.512
.476
.41
.354
.349
Pet
.667
.641
.500
.474
37
GLADYS
WALTON
TODAY
AT GRAND
Parks-Belk-Broome Co.
No Matter How Pretty
Your Frock-Your Feet will Enhance
or Mar Its Attractiveness
- Always a well-shod foot has been the
distinguishing mark of the well dressed
woman.
With the vogue for short skirts, shoes and
hose are of greater importance than ever.
So the wise woman wlli exercise great
est care in the selection of her, street and
spor shoes her slippers and pumps for
afternoon and evening wear choosing
each pair with reference to the frocks with
which it is to be w orn and the occasion of
use.
Here are the newest styles in shoes and
hose for all occasions and a corps of effici
ent sales people to assist in your selection.
Parks Belli - Broome
KIR TOBACCO FIELD
IN CALDWELL SHOWN
The Progressive Farmer last week
carried a large pi cture of a field ot
tobacco growing oo the Shuford Mill
farm near Granite Falls last sum
mer. It was one of the finest fields
ever raised in this section, con
tained nearlv 10 acres and in spite
of, the generally low prices sold well
on the warehouse tloor. "uur xarm
ers in Virginia, North Carolina and
South Carolina can beat the world
growing tobacco," says the Progress
ive Farmer: "now Jet s beat tne
world in scientifically marketing it."
ONLY TWO MORE LOTS ON
Fifteenth street left. Within three
blocks of square. See us quick if
interested in good building . lots.
Martin & Smith. 6 4 6t
WANTED ONE FIRST CLASS
machine man to make high grade
house mouldings. Job is an every
day one. Azalea Woodworking Co.,
Azalea, N. C. . ' .
FOR SALE ESSEX USED TOUR
ing car, good as new. Abernethy
Motor Co.
19 tf
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES r OK Irtfc
WESTERN DISTRICT OF N. C.
In the matter of ,
S. E. McFADDEN,
? Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy.
The nndersioned. Trustee of the
estate of the aoove named bankrupt,
under and by virtue of the authority
granted by the District Court o ti-e
United States for the Western5 Dis
trict of Nkrth Carolina, the same
sitting as a Court of Bankruptcy,
will, at 10 o'clock, a. m.. on the 17th
,iQir Jimp 1921. at the former
place of business of the bankrupt,
sell, for cash, to the last and highest
bidder, all and singular of the sto:k
of gods belonging to the estate of
the bankrupt, the same consisting ol
drygoods, notions, snoes, groceries,
and other merchandise.
At said time and nla-!?, tne trustee
.;n ln coir fpvtnin fixtures now m
the store building formerly occupied
u-r v, hnnVT-unt. under tne same
J LUC
terms and conditions as tne stocK ox
goods heretofore mentioned win nc
sold. .
TUJc tfco 7V, rlnv nf June. 11)21.
John F. Miller,' Trustee of the Es
tate of S. E. McFadden, tfanieupi
A A: Whitener, Attorney.
7t
FOR SALE NEW FORD TRUCK
with, pneumatic tires. Abernethy
Motor Co. 1 tf
FOR SALE HUDSON
Abernethy Motor Co.
S&-FORTY
tf
WANTED LOOPERS.
Best Knitting Mills.
Good
Wages
' 1 tf
FINE HOME FOR SALE
On Easy Terms
The Finger home on Thirteenth ave
nue between Presbyterian manse and
L. F. Abernethy. Lot 100 by 200
T Trine mil nnnnvfnnHu to apHll'fl
handsome home in exclusive residenti
section. ' Low price. Easy terms.
Ctf J. L. CILLEY.
r.lndvo Walton will be r-.t the
Giand Theatre today in the snappiest
screen story of her snc.-t ocular cai-
if- is na i int ltiaii lainrii
and was written by John Barton Ox
ford. Ilarrv B. Harris directed it
Tt,o cfnvv roniiirprl tllilt; U. COm
nlto tVirpp-rincr circus with all the
fixings from elephants to peanuts bo
created at the world's film capital.
Tii,. niTilnnr-p.. filling 'the circus eats
was largely composed of visitors to
T;..o.,i irit frnm m"iI ove the
tJlMVtit.l v.vj a i t
rvfv wVirt fivailel tiiemselves of
fii. unimiP nnnortunitv to witness
the makinsr of a
;nf,iT.o ,vitVi nnp of their favorite
stars.
As Marv O Bnen. daughter ot r.n
o'd an.mal trainer, the stnr is seen m
the li-m's cage with hsr father, llov
she 'ater takes the woithless son of
n r?.-h man and reforms him, just as
she breaks the spirit of snarling
be-"-ts, gives the stow an unusuai
tw)t that brings it to a foresfal
climax. . . ., ,
Hex Roselh. who plays tne vote oi
th" girl's father, is the clean of Am
erican animal trainers: C. FW Mur
n?lV, who appears as Miss Walton s
j distant in her animal act. w.ts tor
vears a noted master of the arena.
Roskoe Karns plays opposite tne
star as her leading man. William
Welsh, Parker J. McConnell and C.
Norman Hammond also are in .the
cast.
WILLIAM S. HART AND HANK
MANN PASTIME TOMORROW
WANTED POSITION AS Steuo
cranher and bookkeeper. Cal
79-J. 7 3t pd
FOR SALE COW PEAS $4.00
bushel. Mammoth Yellow and far
Heel Black Soy beans $3.50 bush
el. J. It. McNairy. Lenoir. iN.
C 7 !0t pd
T.ti cii if nR ' H. P.. 3 Phase
Mfnr Firct. class condition. n
V. Bol'ick, Granite Falls, N. C, 6 G ot
NOTICE
In accordance with the custom
vnovftinntc Association ot
lowing a half holiday on Thursday
J : uiimmnr thr hallKS til
ClUlill bin- ijumm.i w..-
Hiit-iir w,ili flosp ' hursaav aitei
l l v vi y ..... -
nnmi nt. nnp nclock instead oi at two
o'clock during the months of June,
July and August.
CONSOLIDATED TRUST CO.
FIRST SECURITY TRUST CO.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
30 6t
PASTIME
n iteiisa t- x ' tJ
5si i pastTmeI
HI P 13 Tomorrow U
1 ' ll ihos. ii. iv.TTir fl
I ' I Wmm . II A X A !;'!' : I T III,
i fif ' - u bv r '-: '..'v
IB tfjdPSK-:-:--'"-M Be 'J,V.T., DM
ap " Sl A Hai:k .Mail" rl;m,iy
NOTICE
During the summer months the
Banks of Hickory will not be open
for bu-siness on Saturday nights.
On Saturday June the 4th they
will be open as usual, but thereafter
will discontinue Saturday night open
ing. FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
CONSOLIDATED TRUST CO.
FIRST SECURITY TRUST CO.
CAPTAIN BOWMAN- RETURNS
WAKTF.I) BY YOUNG MAN. Hi'li ,-,'. t- t
" i v---i'i. v. j ,.. man, .
scnooi gtitciuuie, i'um""" ; inanuer oi iu' iiitKoiv (atir
cta&iMiuii., uinc iyv-v.h- ' i i 1 1 om i fiui iivij i ! (mi rori Km
clerk. Accurate in accounting an l Kans., wheie lie pt-r!t three sm
can run typewriter. Am willing to n a scho.l f:.r officer?. The it.
work. P. 0. Box 34, Hickory, A. : there was banicr than Venice fg
C. G 7 4t P-l front, but it va int-nil-l t prep
officers for their sin-ek;! !uti, p.
i Captain Bowman c-kj,.vc-1 it.
Company
HICKORY, N. C.
We are pleased , to annjttnce that
William S. Hart, the popular Art
craft star will be seen tomorrow at
Pastime thevtre in a ivtuni engage
ment of "Riddle Gawr.o"' one of t-'.c
l.e-t vestern pictures Mr. Halt cvor
.T.ade A remarkable ci of player:;
appears in support of Mr. Hart in
this picture, which is a Thomas II.
Ince production. Kathenne MacDon
ald plays the leading feminine role.
rifUnf in tVio past, are Lon Chaney.
lllCl ' 1 1 w.v. i
r.r-nh T.pderer. Gertrude Short
and Milton Ross. The story was writ
ten by Charles Aldcn Seltzer.
CHIROPRACTIC RESTORES HEALTH
V
Chiropra'cjtta is growing rapidly. More people hear of its
virtues every day. ' Grateful patients voluntarily contribute tes
timonials of their ailments being cured. Chiropractic is especial
ly good for acute conditions. Some people overlook this fact.
, DR. W. J. BOWMAN
Phone 412 ..
Grirduate of the Palmer School
1210 Ninth Avenue
WHY SUFFER SO?
ffor from a bad back, from
sharp, shooting twinges, headaches,,
dizziness and distressing urinary ills?
Hickory people recommend Uoan s
Kidnev Pills. Could you ask for
stronger proof of merit? Ask your
neighbor.
Mrs. M. II. Moose, 841 JNinth Ave-
miP. Mickorv. savs: A snori time
-----7 1 W V
ago my feet swelled to twice their
normal size and in the morning I
could hardly get my shoes on. My
back felt as though it were broken
and it was so s ore and stitt at
timps. T was in miserv. I irot a box
of Doan's Kidney Pills at Lutz's Drug
Store and took them according to di
rections. The swelling in my feet
went down and my back was eased.
Whenever I feel in need of a tonic to
tone up my kidneys, I take Doan's.
Price 60c at all dealers. . Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Moose had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv
'cigarette
JaSt tliis in my -day-' '
vHoWar? H ICKORY Q).
XLandscnpcuaroeners-Nurseryi
HlCKOkOlORTH CAROUNA,
'men
Otitic PLAMrea" J
TURKISH & DOMESTIC k
- BLEND . W;
CIGARETTE & tyM
The Camel idea wasn't bom then. It was the exclusive
expert Carnal blend that revolutionized cigarette smoking.
That Camel blend of choice Turkish and Domestic tobaccos
bits just the right spot. It gives Camels such mellow mild
ness and fragrance !
The first time I smoked Camels I knew they were made
for me. I ! knew they were the smoothest, finest cigarette
in the world, at any price.
Nobody can tell me anything different.
R. J. REYNOLDS Tobacco Co.
, Winston-Salem, N. C .
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