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HICKORY DAILY RECORD TUESDAY EVENING, Save Money Tli' 1 5is; tiar Store is always in a position to save you nnmey mi your jewelry requirements. Local and Personal Mr. Claude Setzer spent yesterday in Charlotte attending: the exposition. Mr. Jerc.ne Pip?s left last night for; Ai.v ork to resume his studies at ter spending the summer here. RECITAL AT COLLEGE There will be prayer meeting at the h mo of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Messick tonight at T:liO. While lowest qu; we lit V rievcr s Hillside ucrihec red. (juality, our prices are always the The Risanar guarantee of quality insures the best and means much to you the recipient of a gift. Visit our store often. Geo. E. Jeweler ami Optometrist Bisamar On Monday evening in the Lenoir College auditorium an altogether en joyable and highly artistic recital of : songs for tenor and contralto with' dramatic readings was given by Mr.( Joseph Mathieu and Mrs. Esther,' Maitheu. Mrs. Mathieu is better; known to the people of Hickory as! Miss Shultz, former instructor in vocal; music, expression an; ture in Lenoir College The recital was giv auspices of the Lenoir Club and was one ox tha 1 physical eti!-,j en under the College Glee rare treats of WLST HICKOIlV NEWS West Hickory. Sept. 27. Mrs. G. T. Barger and her two sons, Aaron and Albert, and daughter, little Mi Catharine Barger, motored to Bridge water last Thursday and spent the day. They report a nice time. Mr. Malcolm McKenzie and several, other persons went to Morganton. Friday night tc attend a meeting oi the Odd Fellows. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Eess aivi' .lighter. Miss Belle Ross, have all i ! been down with the grippe the pr.-st t , week but they are better at present, i Mr. Parks Whitener sold his ho;is.e j mimh .V". .'-.V ) Mr. an;l Mrs. George Kirkpatrick of Marion are guests for today of his mother, Mrs. L. G. Kirkpatrick, on Twelfth avenue. Mrs. Russell Sherriil of Try on left this morning for Raleigh after stop ping over for several days with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D'Anna. Hickory, N. C. HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO. General Insurance and Bonds Service Our Motto 1030 14th Street - - Phone 292 The initial fall meeting of Thursday Study Club will be Thursday afternoon at I) o'clock the president, Mis. C. C. Bost. the held with Mr. R. I,. White tcturned today from Chailotte where he attended Hie exposition and visited his daughter, Mrs. C. C. Greene. Mild int. in T.nnrvipw tbp n.-ist week t'C the season. The prograhm was re- Mi- Scronee of Lincoln county for ceived with 1 iberal applause and each,$sr,nn t number proved popular with the audi-j Mr. Sam Keever and family and , ence. j several other families from near From here Mr. and Mrs. Mathieu1 Cranberry have recently moved U;' went to Charlotte where tney will ap-, the Ivev mill. 1 Mr. G. C. Starnes spent several days the past week with relatives si. fol-1 Maiden, j my. and ivlrs. Hugh Abee and lune ; 14 Vftjfrf pear 111 concert at the Made in Caro inn's Exposition. The selections given were as lows: u 1 At If MI -W, ft The Voyagers Dr. J. L. Oates of York, S. C- pas- t(.r the A. R. P. church of York, ai rived today to be the guest, of Mr. ,1. C Plunk. SSSOXSSSSXBSSSSa Why should you lmy youi coal from us? Because our prices are right and our goods the best. We have had the experi ence and we only handle such coal as we know will give you satisfaction. We screen all coal and you do not have any waste, and slack. You may be offered coal cheaper, but when you do you may rest assured quality or weight is lacking. Place your order now before prices advance. Hickory Ice & Coal Co. o Phone 261 .Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hewitt of Chai"i;tte spent the week end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hew itt. Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt accom panied them home and attended the exposition yesterday. Mr. John Mark Longaker, instrue r of EngHsh at the University of Pennsylvania, will leave this evening fm- Philadelphia to resume his duties after spending several weeks at home on his return from Europe where he seent the summer. The members of the Philatli'M r !ass of the Kirsl, Methodist church will meet at the Home ot Air. v . r Kogle on North Fifteenth street u night and sow from 7 to 10 oV!,'-'.-fo- the bazaar to be held this fall. The irirls will bring lunches and af ter sewing a feast will be enjoyed. Dr. J. F. Campbell DKNTIST r ' Phono R70.Ii-"-HICKORY, N. C Offlcc Over Essex Jewelry Store 1121 Dth Ave V. 15. McMillan Public Accountant, Hickory, N. C. Uusiness Systems, Audits Hcturns Tax J. II. WILLIAMS, M. D. rhysitiun and Su-goon OfTicc 1210 Ninth aenue Phones: Onicc 412; Ke:ddencc 5:3S-J U EM EMU Eli A stitch in time saves nine. That shoe behind the trunk Needn't be considered junk. THE SHOE ITXEIiY 11. P. Link, Main Street DK. W. B. RAMSAY DKNTIST 0f!e4 o?r HayM-Lonr Drag C HICKORY, N. t. DR. J. B. LITTLE DKNTIST Offlet Phont 191 Ovr D. P. Bowmat'i Stor Geo. E. Bisanar DOCTOR OF OPTICS Error of Refraction and ai! Opti cal dofecti correct? with provMdy ntted claaa. Office and xnatlon oin Vn TO CilVE TEA The Community Club invites the narcnls (?. all the school children of the Hickory graded schools to an in formal tea for the teachers at the teachers' home on Tenth avemve Fri day afterno'M from 4:.,0 to G o'clock. M I LL I ( A X -.1 0 1 1 N SON A marriage of much interest i" their many -friends took place tin morning ; t 10::.!0 o'clock at the horn" of the bride's parents, Mr. and M.'s. T. B. Johnson, in Longview wii.Mi their daughter. Mi-s Arabella John son became the biide of Mr. Erne -it Milli!'-vn el' Salisbury. Rev. W. R P.radshaw, pastor of the First. Pan tist churcli spoke the words which made them man and wife. The bride is a very petty and it-tr-ictive voung woman of the brunette type and commands a wide circle f fiicnos. Mr. Milligan is employed at tln postoffice in Salisbury :ind is a splendid type of young manhood The youn-j: o'jple will make their liome in Salisbury. 1. Duets:- a. Sanderson. b. Bon Jour Ma Belle Bchrend. 2. Tenor: a. A Spirit Flower Campbell -Tint on. b. Loiraine Lorraine Lorree Spross. c. The Bells of Youth Speaks. ;j. Reading Dramtic story of, The Passing of the Third Floor Back, by Jerome K. Jerome. Characters Impersonated; The Stranger (The Christ spirit in Man). Mrs. Pennycherry, The Maid, The Colonel, Miss Kite, Miss Divine, Mrs. Divine, MissFrazier Typifying ma terialism. -i. Tenor and Contralto: Aesop's Fables Mabel Wood Hill. a. The Frog and the Ox. b. The. -Grasshopper and the Ant c. The Lion and the Mouse. d. The Fox and the Crow.'. ?. Epilogue." ' -; ' 'l 5. . Contralto: , . n. Yicns Aurore Arr. by b. Pleadi ng Elga. c . Fugitive II e r r e s h o ff . fi. Tenor: Character Song; a. My Ami Folk (Sjotch)- b. Wait Til I Put on My (Negro) Reddick. c. Romeo in Georgia Scott. d. The Wreck of the "Julie (French Canadian) () ' H a r a . onia baturctay with. Mr.! i daughter went to Gas to spend several days Abee's Via rents. Mr. Ed Burns and family and sev eral others went to Morgantcn Suu dvv to attend a revival meeting at the Saint's church. Mr. Alex. Huff, nan and family at tended a singing convention at Shoups Grove Sunday. Mrs. J. E. Mill of Hildebran spent Sunday evening- here with her ciauuJi te". Mrs. W. C. Carswell. Messrs. Voorheis Garth and J. O. On- were pleasant visitors at the Ivev mill Mc'-idav. T. J. L. A T7 . . if Co mpare Mem with mm PUEPAREDN ycu are taking ss pistol "So tice? Wiiat for "Some man may -break mv some day." Detrc't Free Press. We have a seneaking notion Vv the Shipping Board could be made to) P'-y if it were turned over to boo'Lleggers. -Dallas News. priv: be-u th: 9 til 11 H T Q Wh e. 7. 8. a. b. Miss Kit Reading;; Duets. Ah Love But a The Short Cut- O'Toole Protheroe. Monologue Selected A T V. Jj. 1 wlFAIR promises ""n,i TnnrnrnT !U UL ULU! nr k i if U ALL Day Beach. -Trc'.ere. BABE RUTH THE HERO OF MONDAY'S CONTEST New York, Sept. 27. New York took a firm grip on first place in the exciting American league pennant race and went a long way toward clinching their first championship by defeating Cleveland in a tense;, thrill ing struggle here Monday 8 to 7. The vi ctory gave New York three of four games and a lead of full games, with Cleveland hav- Patrons of the Catawba Fair will observe the finest birds ever shown in cording to those per. miliar with the class County array of this section, ae ons who are fa of p oultry bred en the saving in Schaffner we re off Compare & enncf M arx you nen them 10 CYRUS C. BABB Am Civil ivngn. Ahterpor, Wmtt-rworV a llighwaya. Hickory. V C. ..r. m Addreaa: GranitaFaUi, N. C. When you have any old or cast off Furniture to ell CALL 3.11-Tj fllfhe&t Cash lrlcc raid. K. W. KEYNOLDS Electric Shoe Shop F. M. THOMPSON, Propria Flrit Clan Work Ou.ri,td Phona 10. Work Iliirdi 1031 14th BtrMt, Hickory, N. . REMEMBER THE NUMBER DKATH OF MR. KELLER A message from Mehphis. Tenn vesterdav to Mr. P. A. Keller an nounced the death in -Memphis of his cous:n, Mr. I .on Keller, death occur ring about 10 o'clock yesterday morn ing. The body will be shipped here for burial and will probably arrive on No. " tomorrow morning. F'unera! services will be held from St. Steph ens church, the hour to be announced liter. In addition to his wife and two children Mr. Keller is survived by two brothers, M"ssrs. J. E. Keller mil V. W. Keller of Catawba county. Mr. Keller wa n native of this coun ty and news of, his death will be re ceived with sorrow by mny friends in this section. Uc'nd robbers hr.ve made some of the valuable naner described as se curities appeal like insecurities so f;n as their same, personal possession ' i? copfvriied. .Washington Star. ; .,. or Telephone 31 plumbing, heating, roofim and sheet, mel'il work Jamca C. Shuford Co. Phone 31 Hickory Harries Co. Mnnufertarcri of all kinds tf KAKNESS, R!ilDLK. SADDLES AND STRAP WO UK ftpalrtn? Spwclmltj HICKORY, N. C. DR. O. II. HESTER DENTIST Ocffle phone No. 237 Masonic Temple Building Night phone No. 8 i. W. RP.Y, M. D.t D. C. CHIROPRACTOR and Spiiml Specialist Over Essex Jonvelry Store.' Chironrartie Eliminates the Cause "f Disease. Phone n'28-.T Jitney Schedule BickoryLeaolr Jitney ScbuJul" Leave Lenoir 1:80 P. M Leava Hickory B OO P. M 4rriva for No. 21 and 22. C. E. ROBBINS Hickory Lodge No. 343 A. F. & A. M. Regular comrnunicatiua First and Third Monday nighta. Brethren cordially iatitad ta b present. P. J. SUTTLEMYRE, W. M. W. L. liOATRIGHT, Sec. out two in"' aiii m this e ounty, and they wili building crowtled with fowl J. W. Hendricks, county ag have the boys and girls unde pei-vi.sion exhibit their I. !,-. ; these ".iil be carried to nfii The poultry exhibit will be ever shown heie. In addition to the poult:-, SO! s . cut. r hi tod the Mi other clothe in value. qua see m You'll can save the most fc fail it'S i. only four more games to play 1 New York five. "Babe" Ruth was the hero of the game. Ruth !liit two home runs, a two-bagger and walked in four times up. He either scored or drove in five of the eight. New York run3-. Ruth's first home run was made off Coveleskie in the first with no one on base and the second was prodded out of Uhlc in the fifth after Peck paugs had opened the inning with a single. larger display t' dair than ever before there y and more mm 0 r r9 'IT! 4 f ttlj JAPONICA PURE OLIVE OIL CASTILE SOAP Made with pun; olive oil strictly Hygenie, absolutely no animal fats. Regular price 2oe Now" 15C. EMBASSY" J ..-nterl O-rlar Chi is for Clothing, Carpets, Rugs, etc. storing Woolens, Price lic per package Lutz DrugStore "On the Corner" ?,AL 17 or 317 That's ENOUGH Prescriptions a Specialty RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT 343, A. V. and A. M. Brother James A. Martin was a loy al member of this lodge. He was devoted to the principles of Masonry. His hand was ever gu:ded by justice and his heart expanded by benevolence. The appeal of the widow and orphan was never made to him in vain. He was ever ready to redress their wrongs, relieve their wants and guide them ever the rugged paths of life. He was loyal to his church and pastor, and devoted to his fam ily, the highest type of a citizen. His spirit of forgiveness was Christlike. He was one of the few men we have known who could free ly and fully forgive his fellowman for any wrong or injury done him. At 1:1? p. m., August G, 1921. the Guardian Angel slipped off from Heaven down the Golden stairs and sang him to sleep. : He never hit below the belt. He was never haunted by a face to which he had brought sorrow and pain, and when he loked into the face of the wife' of his boscm, he -hid nothing to conceal. i When age and disease crept up and laid hold on. him, he could look! back with the happy reflection con sequent upon a well spent life and die in . the hope of a glorious Immoral- We loved you, Jim, and our sym ; pa thy goes out to those whom you I loved. Wc shall miss you in our ! Councils, but we confidently believe i that when you kno.k for admittance iafethe Pearly gate, the Supreme Grand Master will give you an abundant en trance into the Celestial Lodge above, for honest, square and faithful work. J. H. PATRICK. W. L. BOATRIGHT. JOHN W. BALLEW, Committee. will be a beef cattle animals of, all kinds, and a herd of sheep. The manufacturers' building" has been signed up and some exhib itors will be compelled to show iust i outside of this new structure. The splendid horses of the Hickory and Lincolnton cavalry troops, which will put on contests during the week, also will be in th? grounds most of the time and fair visitors will watch these with appreciation. The four community fairs, starr ing with Conover tomorrow, will as sure splendid agriei;ural exhibits. The fair will be the best all-round exposition of farm products, animals and poultry, ever gathered within the inclosure. ENERGY LOW? ME YEAST ! . TAB LET FOl Other Quick Combined with Iron and HealMi Builders-Watch the imnrnvumpnt in Vi-ti T Science finds that a great many people grow prematurely old and w"rncut because their foods lack one all-important substance called viUv t)iine. .Ordinary baking yer.st, it has been found, is rich in vitamines. Tho-;e wlio have eaten common yeast have, in many eases, derived splendid bene fits from it. But the trouble is that ojily a comparatively fc-.v people can 'stomach'' yeast- due to its nauseut in,v taste. But now, as last, everyone can take -e 1 S 1 j me K f ... h.-v" Which ijo: re ure-j'o nee 6 L L' 1 X y f 'A yeast and eniov it. Ic name lionized Yeast, it is in covenient tablet form, !W LAST SHOWING TOM MIX'S N PICTURE GRAM) TODAY If you missed seeing Tom Mix in lvs latest Western picture "The Ridin' Romeo" at the Grand theatre yester day you missed one of the best r'--ni (s- (if the year. I."-t showing to day. Added attraction a two reel (;mistie comedy. Tomoric' v Charlie Chanlin in a return engagement of his first million dollar three reel comedy. "A Dog's Life'' also a two reel "Toonerville" comedy and vj one reel Educational comedy. S - The Georgia Legislature, which lax ed dogs $5. refuses to put the same tax on bachelors. Which seems to show that the Georgia valuation rat es dogs above bachelors. Boston j Transcript. under ire available which is no- only nleasam: to take, but i la. moie 'effective than ordinary yeast because it contains highly concentrat ed brewer's yeast which is even rich er in vit.1 nines than baking yeast. ln addition. Ironized Yeast ccn tains organic or vegetable iron (efsly assimilated bv the system,' which fc: years has been prescribe""' as a blood-builder. Thus, in Ironized Yeast, you get the benefit of two splendid tonics instead of only on?. If you have been si ddy, thin and run down generally, if you feel your self getting old and l-vck the en-rgv and ambitilon you ' ice possessed, if you get tired easily, and are troubled with poor appetitie. nervousness sleeplessness then, by all means try ironizeu least, it win in mos Linoleum On Mi S3. A A Save la. If t Just received larg'e shi))iie;l attractive Patterns. Cok;- ed. Suitable tor an room in that are cases a?- 1 0 bring lesults tonishing. Ironized Yeast keeps indefinitely and costs about the same per dose as cemmon yeast, but is much move ef fective. Each package cc'.itains days treatment and costs only a d;d lav, or just 10c a day. Special direc tions for children m each package Sold at good druggist everywhere Made by the Ironized Yeast Con pany, Atlanta, Ga. , Adv At the low price of $1.8-5 x Call and let us er it now. measure our . 7T1 'in u 1521 '"'i it" 1 7f 1 5 i see me Mart clothes any itv. L way ve you i, ,'i t.'.'i.--- H A. H( w 4 : 't -. a p. C1. J3 io. . f f.