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HICKORY D'AILY RECORD PAGE FOUR L. '.ill ' 1 ' -I day n AmditoriMm Weckies Concert by Musical Clubs of the University of North Carolina Including Glee Club, Mandolin-Guitar Clubs, University Orchestra, Tar Heel Quint and an Original Tabloid Opera. S pecia M Var leties Auspices Library Fund. Admission 50, 75 and $1.00 Auditorium. 8:15 m M w i m ill iiiiiwhi m m iiiiiiiiiiiii iium umiiiihii imii mm tit V AL- " WANTS NOTICE I Mil A I ; it it i Oa cent ft word for each insertion. THIS SIZE TWO CENTS A WOBD, Thi$ size three cents a word. All di ch witk copy. Count the word before, tending in your copy, PIANO TUNING AND KKPA1K1M, E. K. Anderson I'honp 140-J Hard in's studio. 10 1" 21 30t pd FUKSII 1'ISIl AND OYSTEUS To day. Sanitary Fish Market. KiMh avenue. ll J ' OF RESALE OF UFA I. PKOPiiTY. and t.y vi'tue of art (.'.Jit of the Superior Court of Catawba County, made in tho special proceed ing entitled li. II. S-igmt n and wife Nannie Simmon. II. F. Simmon and, wife Edna Sigmon vs. Rebecc.v Lout;-., minor, which is i . notiti on for sale-, the bid of George R. Woo'ton,, iii , amount $21. "0.00, having been raised as provided by statute, the undersign ed will on the l'Hli day of November,' U21, it being Saturday- at 2 P. M.. at the First National Hank Building in the City of Hickory, offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auc tion bid to begin at $2.'!.".00, upon the terms of! one-halt' cash and tho balance within six months from the date of sale, deferred payment to bear interest, following described real estate, situate on Ninth Avenue in the Citv of Hickory. N. C. adjoining tho lands of J. D. Winkler. John Moose and ethers and bounded as tulli ': "Beginning at a stake 52 1-2 feet t ot the oiu Dargor arm Kooinson IliE AFFAIRS OF ANATOL" AT PASTIME THURSDAY AND FRIDAY nd a sur-qua-lity TO BE ELECTROCUTED ; Associated Press. I i MaaBMWfc." immbotwMIm.MiM,, jjn. inu.il ... riTTfiMHr i i iiimhii mm, l.ta ri-l.i iimi. ir ,:Mi . uLu . . ., Twelve stellar players a porting east of unrivaled that's the record set by C ?cil' .Mille's latest "The Affairs be shown at Thursday and the .-.Me WANTED ONE CABINET .MAN and :i or 4 carpenters. L. I.. Mos.; 10 19 tt sout h at of the e 1). Winkler's corner: COW PEAS WANTED TO Bl;Y several thousand bushels. N-ime your lowest price delivered your utation. Farmers Seed and Supply Co., Lynchburg, Vu. 11 2 102 cod pd FOR .VALE AT I'.ARCAIN SL.D.O'J .-ui- ry. ii y S't in -f. (New J. run west wu .- rr.o sircoi Ninth Avenue) 75 foot to a (Now John Moo:e's corner;) wilh saiii Moose's and Bowman': a:jr feet mr.re or less to I.'zr.ie i ger s corner: thence enn phonograph r.nd , rcords, dress P. 0. Box IlicUc FARMS AND LAND FOR SALE cheap. Easy terms. Store tr rent. C. Whitmer, Crewe Virginia. 11 11 t5t pd WANTED GOOD DRY WALNUTS, also few bushels hickory nuts. Ca tawba Creamery Co. 11 12 3t eod e rn! rourids ;) and ( Now stake tber.ee line feet (with her line to Southerlr.nd s cor ner (Now Winkler's Corner), thence iso'uth 235 feet more ov less with i Winkler's line to the beh$-inning- be ing the house and lot owned by O. A. , Sigmon. deceased." The above house and lot is situate i on Ninth Avenue, an improve ' i street, impr.'n'i merits paid for roar 'the cent:'i- of the City of Iliekoiy. ; having all modern conveniences and I improvements, and is very desirable ' property. " I This the 1th day of November, 1021. JESSE C. SIGMOX. Commissioner. 12 It 12 11 17 18 Pa r a mo un t m a s t e r p l e '. j of Anatol" which will j the Pastime theatre! Friday this week. The ! loster reads like screendom s wno s j who1. The phrase '"all-star cast" i a, much abused one but it adequately j describes a cast tht includes Wallace ' Reid, famous Paramount star; Gloria; Swanson, Elliott Dexter, Bebe Dan-: iels. Monte Blue, Wanda Uawley, ! Theodore Roberts, Agnes Ayres- Theodore Kosloff, Polly Moran, Kay-; mond llattcvi and Julia Faye. Nothing like this cast in the way of aggregate talent has ever been assembled before. The drawing po vcr of almost any of the names cn the roll has been sufficient to awaken the interest cf the discriminating public. Here, for the fir.it time, ihey are apearing in a single prodiw tion under the direction of a master pu.' duoer Cecil B. DeMille. ; "The Affairs of Anatol" wr.s writ-! ten by Jennie Macpherson, authov of many no table Cecil B. DeMille pro ductions. Her story was suggested by Arthur Schnitriler'p scintillating com edy of the same name. The c-ame quality that is fe-.Lr.rod in the cast of principals an, i ii the authorship has been carried through every phrase of production woik. The supporting cast includes such .--.able actois r.s Guv Oliver. Clv rles Pv th Statesvilie, N. C, Nov. 14. Bob , Benson, convicted of tiie murder of; Robert Dishman, was sentenced by ' Judge McElroy to die in the electric chair on Friday, January 27, 1922. An ! appeal has been taken. FORMER MAYOR OF LOUISVILLE DEAD TWO OF A KIND : egotistical ello Louisville, Nov. 14. James Grinstead. 76 former mayor 1 npisville and for many years of the Republican leades of Kentucky dieti at his ho'me here yesterday. I IS. F.i "Not any more so than of j When those two get talking i one minus one of the ancient law taliation, and I for an I, you Bosto'n Transcript. Blank Blair. : G of re, : ji. know." A' v3 '-" dli,Li " " '.!.! r 1 v :.. 1 ..... t..- ,-; SOLD BV i)FvLliGSS75 LILKVKE assife-S Take (tr 'rr;r--!st. WO M EN DISC H A R(i E D Pv the Aspoci0,"0rt P"-v.c Xew York, Nov. 14. Mrs. Mar garet Sanger and Miss Mary Windsor were dischaiged today by City Magis trate Jos. v.-It. losses to substantiate their the women were hc.di fei- birth control. E. Corrigan when failed to produce e police vide nee charges tht meeting a Mr. Ilaio'.d W. Hayes- wh.o was with the Atlantic Bitub'thic Company has gone to D-.vama, Fla., where his company lias, a street contract. Hayes, who stopped with Mrs. Wo, th Elliott, made many friend Hickory t?a 7 Ai r, the hunt ing season win soon be on in this section and o Clarence Gcldait, Maud:? Miller. William Boyd, TOO LATE Private Johnsing was trying ' to cir.ch up a typical army mule if one si my mule can be ::ny more typical than his fellows when the lieuten ant ca'v.e r.iorg. "Doesn't that mule ever kick you, f.m?" asked the officer. "No, suh. he ain't yet," answered Mistuh Johnsing, "but frequentlike he kicks the place where Oh recent ly was." American Legion Weekly. Ruth FOR RENT TWO CONNECTING room suitable for light housekeep ing on Twentieth street. Phone G3G-J. 11 '' i :It P'1 ie. ivne Lr.eien Littlcfield and others. ! ; utiful settings are the work Paul Iribe, famous French artist si-iner and decorator. an. make. ne ue- NO HOUSE FOR RENT WELL LO cated. Water and lights. W. II. Little, Mutual Building & Loan oflice. U 14 St FOR SALE OAKLAND SPECIAL built coupe in g('od condition. At a bargain. Call W. W. Berry, Sat urday. Thone 443-L. 1 114 Gt pd LENOIR PYTHIANS WILL HOLD .BANQUET Lenoir, Nov. 14 Members of the locnl lodge, Knights of Pythias will banquet at tho Castle Hall Thursday night of next week. Each Pythian is expected to bring any member of, his family or friends and ladies are especially invited to attend with their husbands. AH Pythians, with guests are expected to meet at the Chamber of Commerce at 7 o'clock on the evening of November 17 and at 7:30 will go to the Castle Hall for the banquet. The Pythians are serving the banquet themselves, and ut a price of '$1.25 a plate. All re ceipts in excess of the actual ex penses, will be included in the regu lar Pythian Thanksgiving collection to be sent to the Pythian homo at Statesvilie. Members of the committee are C. D. Rabb, J. R. Hodd and A. G. Ford. THE CLOW WORM The meaning of his xhininosa Is fairly clear to me; It is intended to imptess The future Mrs. G. No doubt you think it is his nose Which gleams across the glen; Well, it is not; the part that glows Is on the abdomen. ' So very likely that explain Why all these millionaires Buy juch expensive shiny chains To han about on theirs. (A. P. Herbert in "The Why i-nd the Wherefcre.") Gold and silver trimmings will bo popular this winter. On dresses ind on lather. Arkansas Gazette, PHILIPPINES MUST CUT DOWN .THEIR EXPENSES ' Manila, P. I.. Oct. 15. The e; . timated expenditures of I ho insuiar government for the year 1922 exceed . the estimated revenue by approxo nr tely $,000,000. and as a result the secretary of finance has returned the budgets to the heads cf various ' departments with instructions to cut the estimates to the limit of the es timated revenues. ' The estimated expenditures sub mitted to the secretary of finance ; total $42'000,()00. while the estimated 'revenues for next year is slightly under $34,000,000. According to 1 heads of departments it ivill be im possible to reduce the expenditures to an KTiio'unt within the revenues and that the only remedy for tlie situation' will be for to provide additional creased taxation. the lcgislauiivi revenue by in- PAINTS AND WALL-PAPERS No Oelay in Shipping, we the goods in stock carry Mail or phono us your order and get goods the same day THURMOND'S Paint and Wall-Paper Store Newton, N. C. Phone 28? SUCCESSOR YET FOR STATE SENATOR Lenoir, Nov. 14. By order of Gov ernor Morrison a writ of election was served on Chairman Cottrell of the Caldwell county election board by Sheriff Tripiett last week. This writ -lls Co' the election to be held on November 15 to elect a successor for J. E. Canipe of Marion, who resign ed as senator from the 33rd Senatorial district. Four counties make "up tho 33rd district, Caldwell, Alexander, Burke and McDowell. According to infor mation reaching here no effort ); be ing made to hold this election ia the district. There has been no pri-' mary or convention held to select' candidates, and at present, it is not known whether any annou-Vcment , will be made or not. WHAT DID HE MEAN? "I h'ng for that kind of a who would love and protect me ways," she murmured- "one would understand; a man who in the dust to ki?s the hem of man a i wru kneel my you will want to go into the field with doix and We have a complete stock of gUns of the host Tthaca and L. calibre rifles. fittings. U. S. Shells Black and Smokeless.. Take a look at our window. Headquarters for Ihmlc Smith shot guns, Air Rifles and Hunting coats, leggins and other out- skirt," her voice trailed dreamily. "Chlorine, dear-,'' said the young man, earnestly, "it wouldn't be ne cessary for him to kneel in the dust." Hc'uston Post. ONE OF HARRY LAUDER'S The last time Sir Harry Lauder was here, during the world war, Broachvr.y was all torn up and iie whimsically asked: "What's 'it all about? Trenches to kept out the Huns?'-' Returning a few days ago, and finding so'.ne cf the streets torn up, he inquired: "Who's America at -New York World. war wi now '. QUITE OTHERWISE lie though he's surely made a When for his photograph prayed "Out when this calls," she wrote And gave it to her maid. hit she on it The proof of the Pudding is the eating of It. The eating of the. Pio is being one of my patients. I will do the rest, as you will know when you investigate Chiropractic Over Essex Phono 523-J. Jewelry Store. O. W. RA1JY, M. I)., D. C. RETTIlif ' a I USE JK7 i PROCLAMATION OF PEACE EXPECTED Washington, Nov. 14. The draft of a proclamation declaring the Unit ed States at peace has been submit ted by the state department to Pres ident Harding for approval and sig mitus e and its promulgation is ex pected early this week. This has been learned coincident i--;m -inTtovivtement by the state de partment of the exchange of ratifica tion-, of the treaty of Berlin, effect ed yesterday at the German capital. i I How ill Glide's Humor Pepto-Mangan or Bad Blood. Relieves When ill humor becomes chronic nd r man or a woman who should be genial becomes known as a "grouch," nine times out of ten the cause is physical. Wihen blood gr-ts weak and full of poison it leaves the body weak, the face pale- and caus es a tired feeling. There is no endur ance Nerves get all tattered, bv? cause in a weak-blo'oded con ation the body is not nourished suffic nfy with the oxygen that rich red .blood su'nlips. I Gude's Pepto-Mangan is a blojd bumter and when tuKen in F.eadv doses for a while it causes a flood , of fresh red blood cells to stream thrcAigh the body, bringing robust I health r.Tid strength. 'With go-d vi -i , . ... Diooa, ricn ana rea, mere are nc "grouches." Life looks good and pleasures ar" keenly enjoyed. j Drug".' have Gude's Pepto-Man- in in liquid and tablet form. Be 1 :v to get the genuine with the rr "G'.de's Pepto-Mangan" on the i-..-kage. Adv. Improve Youf Home StTX Surround it with shade 2$Wf$ shrubs, fruit trees. Our ?i-V.n-rtK! trained men will help M'Mi'.,i;ft you. Send a snapshot l&3$ or diagram for sugges- HOWARD-HICKORY NURSERY Hickory, North Carolina Ash Jot oct Catalog of Southern Trees free Which Shall We Have in the F The World Will Anxiously Watch the Washimnou ) Contcrence m the Fervent Hone Thnh H Win Mn.,n - x v v.' ji. c- t i i j i ; i v. ; ( i ! 1 I ' 'iTtl ! i It' e.n ce. Are You Interested? 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