SATURDAY EVENIW: JUNE 11, 1921
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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"Bound In Morocco
Story and direction by Allan Dwan
AN AKTCWAFT PICTURE
KEALAKT PICTURES Presents
"THE HOUSE THAT JAZZ BUILT
Adapted from the Saturday Evening Post story "Sweet Poach'
Snub Pollard Comedy
Admission 10 & 20c, war tax included
The Reasons Why You
Should Cook By Wire
Sixty-three users of Electric Ranges
found them clean, easy to operate, cheap
er than wood or coal and delightful. No
sweltering heat, no grime, no flushed fac
es after cooking a meal on them.
Ask any of the following users of our
electric ranges what they think of them.
Then ask us for a demonstration. .
MONTH OF MAY, 1921
4-H ' .1. A. Moretz 17 Minimum !j;2.00
P.)-A drover Huffman 20 Minimum 2.00
10- ' Rev. J no. C. Peery 153 G.22
4."-A G. W. Hall 280 $11.41
A2-A J. L. Cillov 91 3.04
M-A Dr. .1. H. Shuford 148 f.!)2
R7-C Huffry Hotel 201 Coffee Urn 8.04
M-A ' V. J. Kennedv 199 7.90
fi.l-A Dr. W. H. Nicholson 150 0.24
108-A A C.eo. Bailey 1"7 0.28
172-A E. II. Cline 43 Minimum 2.00
175-A Geo. X. Hutton 07 2.08
180-A K. C Menzies Bl 2.04
187-A S. L. Whitener 05 2.00
202-A Mrs. A. Bourbonnais 54 2.10
212-A T. M. Johnson 238 9.52
2 17-A W. J. Shuford 205 8.20
220-A Eubert Lyerly 73 2.92
237-A Roy Abernethy 33 Minimum 2.00
250-A W. B. Menzies 10(J . 4.24
208-A J. A. Bowles 20 Minimum 2.00
270-A II . S. Smith 100 0.40
288-A Geo. E. Bisanar 79 3.10
290-A C. H. Geitner 11 G 1.04
301-A Central Cafe 457 Coffee Urn 18.28
315-A Joe Abernethy 50 Minimum 2X0
354-A W. H. Little 52 2.08
375-A Walker Lyerly . . ' .11 Minimum 2.00
400-A J. A. Cline ' 80 3.20
404-A W. L. Long 152 0.08
454-A ' W.'L, -Mitchell - ,..AV,.. 122 4.88
- 45G-A Edgar Lytle J. .' ; V:il V . :-5 ' .j. V . - 3,40,
409-A R. M.- BumgaiW 'ttt '
378-A . Setzer Shoe Shop . 03 Sewing Mchn:2.52 4
484-A K. M. Broome J 171 4.08
522-A II. L. D'Anna 98 '" 3.92 .
527-A J. M. Allred . 212 8.48"-
553-3 J. J. Willard 44 Minimum 2.00
574-A ' J. A. Courtney 49 Minimum 2.00 k
570-A J. (a Carrier 40 Minimum 2.00 ,
033-A Dr. W. P. Speas , 37 Sterilizer 2.00
015-A E. C. Johnson ' ' 170 (J.80
739- tf. B. Templeton 92 3.G8 j
755 J. C. Stroup 11 Minimum 2.00
792-A W. S. Taylor 1848 7.30
798- A Durm's Cafe (Coffee Urn) 00 Minimum 2.00
799- A Robt. Smith 108 4.32
800- A Hickory Steam Laundry 08 2.72
830-A O. Simmons 108 4.32
947-A . Shuford Hospital 232 9.12
888-A Dr. J. J. Hicks 72 2.88
922-A J. M. Stephens 21 Minimum 2.C0
938-A C. C. Gamble 50 2.00
950-A Lottie Barber 10 Minimum 2.00
900-A Mrs. Rebecca Doll 145 5.80'
,09-A W. M. Bass 02 2.48
970-A J. M. Setzer 149 5.96
991-A J. L. Riser 108 4.32
f)9G-A O. C. Cloninger 107 0.08
1022-A John Young 51 2.04
1039-A Dr. R. B. Peery 109 0.76 -
1070-A Mrs. II. D. L. Clark 50 Minimum 2.00
1107-A Dr. O. L. Hollar 32 Minimum 2.00
The above sixty-three (63) Ranges
consumed 7,005 K. W. Hrs., or an average
for each customer of $4.44.
Southern Public Utilities
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The county board of health in ses
sion in March declared it to be un
lawful for a child to attend school
who has not tirst had a successful
vaccination for small pcx. Each
child will be required to show a
clear scar to the teacher upon open
ing of school or be sent home to be
vaccinated. Why not attend to tjiis
matter now and save needless loss of
time from school. No one ever died
cr lost an arm from a small-pox vacv
cirvatiin. The only danger is where
' a child picks tl? arm with a dirty
linger nail and infects himself. There
'' fore watch the children and do not
allow them to do themselves harm as
; that is the only danger.
ALICE T. BASSETT,
County Health Nurse
The money a man's wife saves out
of her allowance seems like velvet
to the husband who borrows it.
Linn County (Mo.) Budget.
IX THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES 1 OR THE
WESTERN DISTRICT OF N. C.
In the matter of
S. E. McFADDEN,
Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy.
The undersigned, liust.ee of tht
estate cf the above named bankrupt,
under and by virtue of the authority
granted by the District Coui't of the
United States for the Western Dis
trict icf Nbrth Carolina, the sa:ve
sitting as a Court of Bankruptcy,
will, at 10 o'clock, a. m., on the 17th
day of June, 1921, at the former
place of business of the bankrupt,
sell, for cash, to the last and highest
bidder, all and singular of the s.tock
of geds belonging to thi? estate of
the bankrupt, the. same consisting of
drygoods, notions, shoes, groceries
and other merchandise.
At said time and-oh??, the Trustee
will also sell certain fixtures new in
the store building formerly occupied
by the bankrupt, under the same
terms and conditions as the stock of
goods hei-etofore me mohed will be
This the 7th day of June, 1921.
John F. Miller, Trustee of the Es
tate of S. E. McFadden, Bankrupt.
A A. Whitener, Attorney.
One cent a word for each insertion.
TiliS SIZE TWO CENTS A
This size three cents a;
AH ads cash with copy. Count the
words before sending in your
WANTED POSITION AS Steno
grapher and bookkeeper. Call
279-J. 7 3t jd
WANTED ONE FIRST CLASS
machine man to make high grade
house mouldings. Job is an every
day, one. Azalea Woodworking Co.,
Azalea,' N. C.
"Don't spoil your wife and then
blame her for the consequences" is
the theme of The House That Jazz
Built, a clever and original domes
tic comedy featuring beautiful Wan
da Hav'l,ey, who won fame as the s ar
in "Everywoman" whv'h will be shown
at the Pastime theatre today.
From the Saturday Evening Post
story, "Sweetie Peach" by Sophie
Kerr. The storv of a '.ife who wis
spoiled by too much money, idleness
and luxury. A vamp nearly got her
j husband, but the wife came to i'ej
senses in the nick of time ar.d won
j . A comedy drama that is a lesson to
! those whose home life is troubled and
j a win ning to those who are' happily
married. Added attraction "kollow
Romans" a Snub Pollard Comedy. Mon
day, Douglas Fairbanks in "Bound in
Mcirvoceo' an Artcraft Picture (return'
engagement). The admirers of Mr.
Fairbanks will find this pnotupny I
cne of most delightful of the Fair
banks series. It is a novel theme
handled with the greatest artistry,
in good co;nn u
Owinr to the pacing e
.vitr--h.nv(! and too. chan
being mac'." in rne omcu, -
ory Telephone Company is unable to
under gcod service, but t urges its
natrons to bear with it until thj :n-
stalhtion is complete,
tcind and connection:;
made with the leas'i p'-s
noyance to i.
lays and mis;;,
'the ni a mi tii
the inside v.o;
a few week::, ;
ed to in
FOR SALE ESSEX USED TOUK
insr car. cood as new. Abernethy
FOR SALE NEW FORD TRUCI
with pneumatic tires. Abernethy
Mj)tor Co. ,u 1 tf
FOR SALE HUDSON
Abernethy Motor Co.
WANTED LOOPERS. Good " Wages
; Best Knitting Mills. 1 tf
TO GENERAL CONTRACTORS
by Building Committee of Grace
Sealed proposals will be received by
Building Committee f Grace Chapel
School up to Friday, July 1st, 1921, tor
furnishing material and labor for
the erection of an eight-room school
and all accessories foi modern
building with auditorium, offices
building, in Grace Chapel school dis
trict, four and one-half miles east
from Granite Falls, N. C, and accord
ing to plans and specifications made
by W. L. Brewer, architect, Greens
boro, N. C.
An alternate bid will be asked of
contractors for labor only in the er
ection of this building.
Any contractor wishing to bid on
this work may get copy of plans and
specifications by depositing SI 5 eith
er with Y. D. Moore. Lmcir, N. C, cy
with C. A. Bowman, Secretary Build
ing Committee, Granite Falls, N. C.
All bids should be sent to
Y. D. MOORE,
Gil 18 25 3t Lenoir, N. C.
For the Liver, Kidneys, Stomach and
Bowels, relieves Rheumatism, Con
stipation and Indigestion,
Rev. John O. Moss, Norfolk, Va.
writes: 'I commenced using Moun
tain Herbs (tablets) six years ago;-1
had been a great sufferer from mus
cular rheumatism for thirty years, 1
owe six years of comfortable, and I
might say vigorous health to Moun
tain Herbs. I take a tablet a day to
as tne very Best ot all Cathartics. Get
prevent the return of Rheumatism and
a 25c box at Hickory Drug Co.
3 26 12
FINE HOME FOR SALE ,
On Easy Terms
i The Finger home on Thirteenth aVe '
nue between Presbyterian manse and
L. F. Abernethy. Lot 100 by 200
Unusual opportunity to secure:
handsome home in exclusive resident!
section. Low price. - Easy terms.
Gtf J. L. CILLEY.
FOR SALE TOMATO PLANTS
and sweet potato plants. Phone
Hickory Seed Co. G 9 3t ,
FOR RENT 3 NICE ROOMS, lights
water and bath, close in, apply at
Zerdens Store. 6 9 tf
and splendidly directed, it is in every
respect, an extraordinary picture attraction.
In this photoplay, Mr. Fairbanks i
portrays the role of an optimistic,
smiling and brave young American'
who ?ias remarkable adventures in El ,
Harib, a town on the edge of the ,Sa- j
hara Desert. He battbs against big
odds to save a girl from the clutches !
of a cruel desnot and plays some'
The support provided for Mr. Fair
banks is of the highest class. The
players include Pauline Curley,
Frank Campaau, Edythe Chapman.
Tully Marshall and others.
FUNERAL OF Mil. WINEBARGER
FOR SALE A REAL BARGAIN,
Chevrolet touring car. Good tires
with 2 extra tires. Car Al con
dition. Price $150. D. F. Cline. 9 tf
WE HAVE LARGE WAGON AT
our plant for hauling loads from
15,000 to 20,000 pounds. ' Persons
wanting use of this wagon will ap
ply at Piedmont Wagon & Manu
facturing Co. 9 6t
The funeral g". Mr. Anderson Wine-;'
barger, who died at his home at
Brookford hursday, was held from
Miller's church yesterday by Rev. J.
E. Barb. He was 75 years of age
and death was due to a stroke of
Despite the late frost there is to
be a bumner crop of bathing suits.
.- me;;!:' :
Th new; who are remit- ,' 'tk
ire being' possible, and .
siblo an-! completion .-.f "'
m- It's, not "all right," but "all vro.ng" to , ;v .j, r
CHICHESTER S PILLS
T&rr THE JilADlOSK BRAND. A
les! A&U yowr IruEs;lnt for i
I.atf!!e.a.! Ask vour irus-&iHt for
C b i-cncs-tor a uiamon d lu cn c!.
fills in K! and Moid mem
boxes, sealed with Blue Rib!
ltrnagtnU Ask forOHI.i'lfES-Tri
1IAM9M JEKANI PILI.B. fo. !
years know as Best. Safest, A Iwiys Hcl!ai Ci
r SOLD BY ORLP(i!STSVRV,AHLPi
Lt's not au rigni,
'spending all T6u make.
The time will come when you will need th
throwing away in extravagance.
Money is always a SURE FRIEND,
sure friend, don't cash 'him" aside.
DON'T do it.
RANK YOUR Money.
Consolidated Trust Co.
FOR SALE COW PEAS $4.00
bushel. Mammoth Yellow and far
Heel Black Soy beans $3.50 bush
el. J. R. McNairy, Lenoir. N. C.
0 7 3 0t pd
FOR SALE FORD COUPE
model. Abernethy Motor
You Can Do It With a
Reo Speed Wagon
See it at
Hickory-Lenoir Jitney Schedule
Leave Lenoir S :30 P. M
Leave Hickory 6.00 P. M.
Arrive tor No. 21 and 22. ,
C. E. ROBBINS
FRESH COW FOR SALE. J. L.
Ineold. Phone 111-K, or address
Hickory, R-3. 10 3t pd
During the summer months the
Banks of Hickory will not be open
tor business on Saturday nights.
On Saturday June the 4th they
will be open as usual, but thereafter
will discontinue Saturday night open
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
CONSOLIDATED TRUST CO.
FIRST SECURITY TRUST CO.
WANTED $1,000 TO $3,000 ON UN
questioned security. Liberal in-tsre-st.
P. O. Box 450. . 11 3t pd
FOR SALE LOCUST FLOORING
for porches. Will last indefinitely.
Also laths, full, width and thickness.
Use Hy P
in and make your selections from any
of the famous
FOR SALE CHEAP FOUR
. burner Florence Oil Cook Stove, with
large oven. Only beenused three
months. See Edgar Lytle, Record
FOR SALE-rWHIPPORWILL PEAS,
$.375. a bushel. Also two milch
cows.' W. L. Eckard, Ieard, N. G.
. . 6 11 3t ,
COW PEAS FOR SALE. CHOICE
quality. Peajs are very scarce. Buy
now. Gatawba Seed Store. G 10 It
FOUND POCKET BOOK CON"
taining bills. Owner can get same
x yj j. uvt,
(5 1'. 3t
oy cle-.cr'hing and paying
II. H. Miller at, depot.
Hickory Lodge No. 343
A. F. & A. M.
Regular eommanieatioa First
and Third Monday nights.
Brethren cordially invited to be
present.; . ,
H E Whitener. Master
D. B. TAYLOR, See.
Mvmt Oil Ranges
Detroit ilipor Oil Stove
CLERKS (MEN, WOMEN) OVEUI
; 17, for Postal Ma:l Service.. $120
month. Exparienca- unnecessary.
For. free particulars of examina
tions, write R. Terry, (former rj
uivii jservie examiner.) v.on- sg
tinental liicig., , wasnmgton. u. c nf
( 11 pd
WANTED TO BUY A McCASKEY
Register at once. Phono 49 or ap
tly City MarkM. fi H It
d. A. Thomason, Frank Beck, A. O
Hefner, J. C. Shuford
James C. Shuford Co
1212-1214 Tenth Ave;
Plumbing, Tinning, Heating, Roof
: ing of all kind3 '
Prompt Service Reasonable Prices
: Satisfaction Guaranteed
V. ESTIMATES FURNISHED
; For Sale by
CATAWBA SEED STORE
Pay us a small ca?h pay
One Dollar Per Week
These are 'the new im
proved" Oil Burning
Ranges, Bake, Boil or
Fry anything quick, easy
to operate, fuel saver.
Burns 19 hours on one
meals on time.
We can furnish ysu a list of more than
hundred satisfied customers
THS "NEXT WAR"
In the next war it will be the con
cern of the Henry Fords, of the per- ,
lod to get the boys out of the skies
instead of the trenches.
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