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f r j EVENING. SEPTEMBER 22, 1921 HURSDAY HICKORY DAILY RECORD . I PAGE THREE -" M Save Money Tlit Hiaanar Store is always in a position to save you iruouty on ywur jeveli' te- iuauiems. ,,'itr revr; tacrine? t onsid!ied. quality, our prices are always the , ; .iii.ir yriiat ante? of quality insures the best and means a the recipient of a gift. Visit our store ot,ten. - Geo. E. Bisanar , a, , optometrist Hickory, N. C. Local and Personal Mr. visitor -Mr. visitor Mrs. I Walter ! Chai lotto. Walker Lyerly in High Point was u business yesterday. O. Simmons to Newton was this a business morning. Waller S. Taylor ( . 1 avltir spent Miss Eunice Loin left last week m I response to a telegram to take a j position as teacher in the graded I schools at Middleton. Mis Long writ !os that she is pleased with ituation, ! likes the people and work very much. Mrs. Cairie Gamble, who is -spend-I ing some time in Caswell county is having a delightful time visiting , a -datives and friends at her girlho d ; heme. and today Mr. in Miss Edith Suttlemyre Monday fri'rn a visit to lilaidon in Shelby. return d Mrs. Q. .Miss ganton of Mrs Bessie Arrow wood of Mor was the guest over last night W. B. Ranisav. ENTERTAIN AT DINNER Complimentary to the teachers of whom their children are pupils, Mr. and Mrs. George Hall entertain ed last night at a most delightful dinner at their home on Sixth street. The guests included I'rof. Mrs. R. W. Carver, Misses Garrison, Fiirai BY B QLT QF s HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO. General Insurance and Bonds Service Our Motto ' ? - 1030 14th Street - - Phone 292 NOTICE NOTICE u)v now in position to furnish . iiv- huildorfl Blue Prints with all all mul .nc-eitications. . Wiiv wait from (JO to 00 days and pay from '7. 1 n'IOO when wo have a com pl. t' lint1 and ours are absolutely FREE. Call in and look them over. V are also in position to furnish esti mates on all classes of work, with a p:uar nntt c of perfect satisfaction, and upkeep of v lor a )erio(i oi i iiioiiuis. t business and satisfaction to our i .; Our Motto. oi if v;'r Hone cu.tomt Sides & Morgan ni KA TORS 0,.r Willing & I .d j.ulders varson Clothing Company Phono 516-J Dr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Salisbury are guests of V . 15. Ramsay. Ramsay of Dr. and Mrs. Messrs. K. Thrift were terday. W. Broome and J. H. Charlotte visitors yes- ilr. George Blackwolder returned todiiy from Albemarle and Badin where lie spent several days. Messrs. T. M. Johnston, Baldwin and Keevei spent Bridgewater fishing. M. to lay ai Derrick, Virginia Family AlltT and Kate and Jessie Gosnold, Byrd. TO- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hoke went to Granite Falls this afternoon to at tend the funeraf tf Mrss. John Sherrill. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Reese, Mrs. W. M. Jones, and Miss Lottie an i Edith . Suttlemyre motored 'to' Char lotte Tuerday and spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. J D. ETIiutt spen: yesterdav and today in Charlotte as guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Salas-sa. AT METHODIST CHURCH NIGHT The evangelistic committer of the Methodist church will meet tonicrht at 7:30 o'clock and the board cf ste wards will meet at 8 o'clock, meetings "re important and all hers are urged t(,' be on hand. ENTER BLIND INSTITUTE A number of blind children passed t. rough Hickory today en route to Laleigh to enter the state blind insti tution there. Geneva Killian, !.' year old daughter of Mr. Dorse Han, left from this county. yeais ago the little girl had a severe case of St. Vitus' dance and became blind. There is hope that her con dition may be improved. MRS SHERRILL DEAD Mr. N. C. Bums arrived this morn ing f 10 ni Chicago and wek or ut.d Mrs more witii nis . J. W. Burns. will spend a parents, Mr. Mr. and Mis. M. G. Dixon of Etow aii, Temi., are guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. 1'. S)'-as in Keir.voith. Mrs. Speas i .-, a sister if Mrs. Dixon. . Mrs. J. W. Elliott, Mis. J. O. Hull, Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Bradshaw 'irvi Dr. R. L. Lemc.'.i motored to Bridge water today and spent the afternoon. Dr. J. F. Campbell ii.Mis r I'lmMe .".70-L KOIiV, N, C. C,o Iv:-ex At- iy ".tore Phone 17U-J 1121 9th Ave V. H. Mf Ml LI. AN Public Accountant, Hickory, N. C. Business Systems, Audits, Tax Returns J. II. WILLIAMS, M. I). i'hyi'i.in and Sii'fc'fon 0!fv l.!!o Ninth anue riion'H: OSif 41J; Ktwidt-ncp n.'',8-.J REMEMBER A stitch in time saves nine. That .slioe behind the trunk Nee dn't be considered junk. THE SHOE FIXERY R. P. Link, Main Street K. W. B. RAMSAY DENTIST Drug m. J. b. Little 0bc rua tit i. H. H'twmai'a 8tor Geo. . Bisanar UJCTOK OF OPTICS Error of Infraction and all Opti cal defect! correct! with pronely fitted claniea. Otrfce and examination room V to kctiotf with Jwiir titure. Mrs. T. L- Heiikel went to Saiis bury yesterday where she was ca"ed on "account of the illness of her daughter-in-law. Mrs. O. G. Henkel. Messrs. Keith Kennedy, John Moirison' and Oscar Hahn spent to day in Charlotte attending the ex position. City couiu.il.held an adourned meet: hur hist nitrht and decided to advertise Eleventh avenue from Sixteenth to r...,..,;.Vi cti..t Ms !i nernianent im- oiovement district. Mr. R. G. Henry returned yester lay from Chapel Hill, where on Tuesday he attended a meeting on !iml (oiintv governnvnrs at me Mrs. J(din Sherrill of Granite Fails died at her home yesterday 'after noon at :i o'ch.tk- death being due to paralysis. The funeral was held this afternoon at 3 o'clock fiom the Granite Falls Baptist church and interment was made in the church yard. The deceased is survived by four sons, Messrs. lien and Jiugn Sherrill of Granite Falls, Guy Sherrill of Washington and Carl Sherrill iv Fletcher. . J r - Two houses and one barn wore de stroyed bv fire and two mules were i killed by lightning in Caldwell coun I ty last night as a result of the se , vere electrical storm which swept and I ,,. ,. . ... 1 itraciimg niCKory lonay. Mr. . Dudley Fox and family, who live in the Dudly Shoals section, es caped from their burning residence with what clothes they had on their back, their house falling in flames as they got out. Mr. F'ox and his family wore stunned by the holt which fired their home and ' when The iru' recovered sumcicntly the imiKi-mem-j 'nK was in flames. Their escape was narrow. .so insurance was car ried on the property. A huge barn owned by the Gran ite Fall.t Manufacturing Company on what is known as the Pavlier farm was struck by lightning, burned to the ground and two mules were kill- Kil-jed and a considerable quantity of Iuve feed fluffs consumed. There was no insurance on this property. A house in the Dudley Shoals ton mill village was struck by 1 ning and burned to the ground, tails were lacking here today. s The rainfall in Granite Falls heyond was lighter than in Hickory, where three-quarters of an inch was reported, but the lightning was worse. Seldom has there been such an electrical display as was witness ed last night. In everv H.;. Hn An honest landlord iVi c derate A pai tm e l it Rent 'j .. . advertised, it ivlodern i -Arkansas Gazette. You never can tell. Perhaps ing is tot- good for the ex man" means that less than would be good enough for Peoria Transcript. ' him. : 3 EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION Today and Tomorrow GRAND ZA.NE GREY'S I'OPULAR STORY The M AN FOREST Cdt- ieht-De- and the every i he lightning shot acres display continuing for nearly hour. siv.v . the an ANOTHER ACCOUNT Granite Fr.Ils R-3, Sopt. 22. ing the wind and rain storm night, lightning stuck the hi" earn on the Shuford farm Dur last new and sei it OF THE A mas.t;ive tale d' love and adventure with an all slar cast including Robert McKim, Claire Adams ' Carl Gantvoort Admission 10 and 20c, war tax Included 3ifi BAILEY PATRICK OFFERED POSITION AS INSTRUCTOR . . - j i 1 . .1 J'"''i t xCVVtwo llne "'ules. Some out lmihlings ed trom the University oi North w.ro destroyed, but by the heln 7f v,ann.i. ""'bi v ..v . ...... . nf ijrioors tne dwelling Ju.'js ceived a telegram from Dr. S E. saved. Leavitt, professor of Spanish, offer-) Lightning also struck and mg linn a position as lnsiructor (iriiii; .vi r. Uewey J-ox s h this language.. Mr. Patrick, who eveiyt rung there was destrc.'yed. This does not expect to make teaching a is a heavy loss to Mr. F'ox as lie is y. on lire, which destroyed the barn anl a large amount of feed. an,i was set o i louse and ity ini versil y. for a talk lb on c . was on the program ity manager plan. Mrs. M. K. Sourbecr having spent the summer with her daughters, Mrs. r. 1 Abernethv and Mrs. Steele Greer has returned to her home Harrisburg. Pa. Mrs. Greer panied her mother home for weeks' visit. m accom u few prolession declined the oiler by wire. The offer is a compliment to the young Hickory man which will be appreciated by his friends. He is a ton of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Patrick, served in the world war, and return ed to college after doing his bit. LIGHTNING KILLS WOMAN During a severe electrical storm Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Corson, an ;i'ed ladv who lives near Di'. F T.l F'oardV was struck by lightning and killed instantly. Three of her sons were severely stunned and according i to iniormation received this morning were not yet out oi danger. Rutherford College and Connelly Springs were also in the path of the storm and a young ccv belonging to Mr. R. Feimster of Rutherford Col lege was killed by lightning. Lightn ing also struck a tree in front -of Mr. D. W. Alexander's store in Connelly Springs. poor man, besides he has been ;,"ck and unable to work for some time. MRS. UNCLE PASSES After an illness of abi'jt throe weeks Mrs. J. M. Lingie died this morning at 10 o'clock at her home on Twentieth street. Funeral service w7H.be held tomorrow . afternoon -it 3 o'clock from Mt. Olive church. SALES SERVICE-PARTS Hood Tires and Accessories. We can save you money on all tires. In vestigate our prices before buying. See our patent sun and weather shade $4.75. D.I Boyd & Co Federal Avenue Phone 88 . .,....,.-,,..-.rJ., ATTENTION SCOUTS meeting of the scouts will oe heid at 7:30 "'clock Friday evening -it the Chamber of Commerce. AH scoots are asked to conic prepared r.ff th first and seci ,,,..-..1 .... icout tests. olid lO lass CYRUS C. BABB Mrn. Am. Soc. Civil Engn. Wkterp.'iwer, Waterworks and Sewerage Land nub-oii l:on Highway. Hickory, N. C. -Chm. Com. BUIg AdJrcaa: Crhnlle Falls, N. C. or When Vou have ftnv nlrf t off I urnlture to sell UJ ' Aid, nni-i. M,Hi8t Cash I'rlcw Paid. K. W. KKYNOLDS leclric Shoe Shop r M. THOMPSON, Proprietor A, WorJc (Jaarar.t4 Km io. wok DU?red Uth Htmt, HUkory, N. C. IM. O. . HESTKK DENTIST ()im jdione No. 237 WttH..f,W- Ttrnple lluilding 'ht phone No. 8 REMEMBER THE NUMBER Telephone .11 For plumhiriK. heatiii', roofing and sheet metal work James C. Shuford Co, Phone 31 Mrs. J. L. Cox of Ardtnore, Okla., extended tour WHO II"" -- ,f Canada and the norinern southern states, arrived last .. n., Hi,, ont'st fof a day or ..rmxin. Mrs. Tiettie Holden 111 iiv t " " r -- it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Yoder on Fif.ti'oenth street. ..v. ;. ..i sittti'v of Mrs. E. V, .I.V - , formerly of Hickory. lomorrow Cox will leave for t.reenvnie, to visit in the home of Mr. Holbrook, also a former JlicK- aad night more E. D. Mrs. Mor- DOUKLE VEl)DlN(r AT NEWTON ton, M is. W. E. uy resident. Hickory Harness Co. Manufafturtri of all kinds f IIAKNESS, BK1DLG. SADDLES AND STRAP WORK Repairing Specialty UICKORT, N. C. (J. W. RAIiY, M. D.. I). C. UHIUOI'JCACTOP. and Spinal Specialist Over Essex J.elry Store. Chiropractic Eliminates the Cause of Disease. 1'hone T,'?A-A Jitney Schedule in . B,rMiolf Jitney llirkory 610 P. "T'v for No M. M. and H. c E. ROBBINS Hickory Lodge No. 343 A. F. A. M. Refralar comrounlcatio and Third Monday nighta. II rat P. J. SUTTLEMYRE, W. M. W. L. HOATRIGIIT, Sec to rint U TOILETRtllSlIB JAPONICA PURE OLIVE OIL CASTILE SOAP strictly Tr..,in until nure olive dl Hvgenic, absolutely no animal fats Regular price Now "EMBASSY" 25c -loc c.....i.i rdnr Chins for storing rnmets. Rugs. Woolens, etc. Price 2f5e per package Lutz Drugstore On the Cmr" -,Ah 17 or S17-Thaf8 ENOUGH " Prearriptiwa a Specialty Newton, Sept. 22. Mr. Henry W. Uudislll of Lincolntoii, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Itudisill, and Miss Cleroa Raper of Greensboro and Mr. Wm. K. Rogers and Miss Willie Mc Allister both of Lincolnton motored to Newton this morning and were united in marriage at 11 o'clock by Rev. P. V. Tucker, pastor of the Methodist church, the young', pe jpleshrc'.and WT Immediately after the ceremony the young couples left for Blowing Rock where they will spend their honeymoon. The contracting parties are all prominent young people and announcement of their marriage will be read with interest throughout the state. The Kiwanis club will be enter tained at a banquet at Maiden this evening, the members going down from Newton ami Conover for the event. A splendid program has been arranged and will be in charge of Dr. W. T. Brady. MRS. LINK DEAD After an illness of several wees Mi s. Sarah Elizabeth Link, widow of tln late Lawson Link, died yesterday afternoon at l:.'";0 o'clock at the home i of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Sherrill, siv miles north of the city, with whom she made her heme for the past fiv vf.'irs. For a week or more Mrs. Link's fondition bad been critical and mem bers of her family had been summon ed to Tier bedside. She was u'ged F.O years and was one of the 1 most I christian characters in the ct'mmunity ! and her parsing -will be mourned by r.nn,lieIs of relatives and friends. Mrs. Link made her home in Cald wel county until about 20 years agv , when she moved to Charlotte, return ing about five yerrs ago to the home j !ofMrs. Sherrill. j I The funeral was held this after noon at 2 o'clock from Holy Trinity !Tft.ev:1n cbiiich and burial took ! iUlV" iUif-e in Oakwofd' cemetery. flowers were profuse and tteteil the esteem in i .losn-uod was held. ! The following children survive: Mrs ; !t w Sherrill of Caldwell county,; TvlW Gertrude Hill of Charlotte. J. Rncli 1 . A T ink and .TfOll A. ! r'wiotte.' Dave Link of Granite Falls i ... j t tint- nf Hickorv. A num- iher of o-randchildren and great grand t This is something worth shouting . about THE Schatfner Marx Hart & styles in suits and overcoats for 1921 are here The beautiful which tne Mrs J.' Efird of Albermarle, Mrs. Sarah ash of Hickory, Messrs. H. G- Link. Link of Copyright 1920 Hart Schaffner & Marx New colorings; new fashion ideas; new fabrics. Pric es one-third lower than those of fall of .1920. . , Moretz- Whiteuer Clothim g Co HI UJ "3 I i n t children also survive.