SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 102
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
SW!N(; DOOIJ WANTED i.cor theory is that it should provide
! i.'i. 'iiin rid Times Dispatch , n- exits as well us entrances.
China's conception of the open-, .
One wwnl ,,,r 4:14,1 scrtion'
THIS siH TWO C1NTS A
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WANTED POSITION' AS STKN
ojrraphtT January 1 by young
lady with 18 month's experience.
Address I'. O. Dox SOU 12 24 tf
FOR SALE OR RENT MY HEAl'
tiful bungalow with electruc lights
..and fine orchard., and. nearly. :
acre of land. P.argain if taken
quick. Near Morrell's Store. See
Jack Ritchie. 12 2i fit pd
Monday, January 2nd being a legal
holiday, the banks of Hickory will
not bo open for business.
First National Bank,
Consolidated Trust Co.,
First Security Trust Co.
WANTED Carary bird' cage, ad
dress Box 4o0 Hickory. N. C. 12-30-2t-pd.
f on Hospital
AIliAD OF FATHER
! Proud 5 Mother Uncle John, don't
lyou thin; my new baby is fine?
I Uncle ' John Ves for a newborn,
jl even think he's ahead of his time.
I Proud' Mother What do you
All persons are herby forbidden to
hunt with dogs or guns, make road.?,
Rather fruit or berries or trespns?
in any way on the lands of the under
signed or they will be dealth with
according to law:
J". R. Hull. R. E. Hull, E. Vt. Kan
upp, J. R. Whitener, J. F. Fisher, V.
T 'Fisher, Raymond' P. Whitener, W.
M. Smyre, J. T. Cline. Frank Miiler,
Lonnie W. Cline; Eor.nie Bumgarn
er, Geo. W. Bolick, G. M. Batger.
11 19 St Sat & Tuca.
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s... -.,jon Ipiscopal
Uev. ... i;. Stroun. rector.
Services at the Episcopal clmrcti mean : ;
I tomorrow will be as follows: Uncle John Why, he's already
0:45 a. m. Church school. Unore ha.kf than his lather. Houston
11 a. m. Choral Eucharist and J Post. .
7 . m. Evening- prayer and ser-
' I . . l.. .1.,
The musical program which so KOBSmXiJmtSUm
lip-hted the eonjrrcgation on iiiiisl-
mas c'iv will he repeated at this ser
vice. The public is cordially invited.
Holy Trinity Lutheran
IJov. C. R. W. Kegley, prstor.
I At i':30 a. m. Sunday school
?'teen minutes Earlier for the com-!
munion services. t j
At 10:45 a. m. Install new church;
council, also preparatory and Holy IS
Communion special services. j
At 7 p. m. Special New Year's;
services. New Year hymns, etc. Sub-j
ject of sermon: "Lessons frem Wise!
Men for 192i'."
We wish to thank
our patrons for their
the past year and
wish for each a hap
py and prosperous
Hickory" Amusement Co.
J. V, Miller, Owner and Manag
er; ,' : ". , - : ' .
jilanr'or tin r-li s uiDvies in , !ipitals to help while away the
hours of "hidViddeii paii?nl.iis V'Hng p..issn-ii hy Marshall Xeilan. An ex
pennieiu att'lie Calif.. rnia liosi.r-.-ii in Los. Ai);:e',es iveeutly. In which a small
K;iili"iM' proctor (lesimied for iKispiii'i-.e was en.lo.vtl. proved highly sue-ei.-f'ul.
WotslAv FrorklfM" l'.arry. the loy star, is here seen projecting a pic
ture on the iovtiiife' f H' thopital Iwanl.
FOR RENT JAN. 1. 1!22 ONE
boarding house on 'Jth avenue, one
block from postcft'ke. D. M. Boyd
& Co. Phone 88. 12 SO 21
FOR RENT OR SALE ONE 7
room house, all modern conven
iences, dose in. I). M. Boyd & Co.
Phone 88. 12 SO it
SEE OCR FLAT PIECE ROUND
up Juicy Orange window for Sat
urday. Fmstead's. The Home of
FOR RENT FIVE ROOM APART
ment on ith street, next G. W.
Hall. 11. K. Mcmb. V : 2t pd
WANTE IV 1 MEN HOARDERS.
Nice rooms, Tight. h atul' bath. Ap
ply Mrs. W. P.. Nance, 180.J, 8th
avenue. 12 31 Sat Tues Thins St
The officers and directors of this bank
seize this opportunity to express to you
their appreciation for the business and
matters that you have entrusted to their
hands during the past year and shall hope
for a continuance of your confidence and
We wish for you a Happy New Year
and all happiness, health and prosperity.
At 2:30 p. m. the Jr. league and
- at G p. m. the Sr. league.
I Council men as f.ollows to be in
stalled: Messrs. Moretz, Yount, law
man, Payne, Sigmon and Suttlemyre.
Special music and a hearty wel
come enjoyed by all attending our
services. Pastor and people of Holy
Trinity prayerfully wish a prosper
ous New Year for Hickory in spirit
ual things as well as in number and
finances, in houses and business.
Rev. E. M. Craig, D. D., pastor.
!:45 a. m. Sunday school. Wanted,
A New Year crowd.
11 a. m. Preaching. Subject:
2:30 p. m. Junior Endeavor.
G:15 p. m. Senior and Intermed'-iatt-
7 p. m. Preaching. Subject: "Work
Every member is urged to be in
his place at every service and bring
all with you thet you can.
The public is cordially invited. A
warm welcome awaits you.
Crisp- Dainty - Delicious
Deserves Us Name Fulfills Its Fame
Hickory s Pride
8c a Leaf, 2 for 15c
City Steam Bakery
C. W. ELLINGTON, Proprietor
HICKORY. NORTH CAROLINA
BMHm.ik""aieB jci.,wil 'jnnw j jnn.ii
ALCTION SALE ALL HOUSE-
hold furniture of Mrs. Laura
Lowe. Iron beds, bureau, feither!
pillows, sideboard, dining table.
Old Colonial settee, four post bed.
ftc, Saturday, January 7th, 1 p.
m. at residence opposite - Catawba
Creamery. John W. Robinson.
V) ;u lit
WANTED ONE SET SEVENTY
seven switch ties also one hundred
Am? twenty, five standard ties.
C. C. Boat. 12 31 2t pd
Our subscriber at Noah's. Ark.
wants to know whether, if Japan is
allowed to keep the battleship Mutsu
Uncle Sam will be, allowed to build
a Jeffsu. Arkansas Gazette.
, ' Russell M. Yount, Cashier.
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1). II. Warlick, Pr sident, Dr. (). J. Corpeninjj, Vice- pres.
Russell M. Yount, Cashier.
J) I RECTORS
D. II. Warlick, Dr. O. J Corpening, A. Alex, Shuf.ord, G. II.
Geitner, F. G. Bowman.
The Circlet is Self-Adjiistlnj?, and
has neither hooks nor eyes. It
simply slips over the head, clasps
at the waist and smooths out ugly
ycMr dealer can 't get it send
actual bu.it tneasur e, name, ad
dress tf St. .SO. M e 11 send the
Circlet prepaid. Sizes 31 to -4fi.
."o Hy(rinic-FiKion Institute
120 E, lu Jit. New Yrk., D..p t M.
To our old friends, loyal and true; to
our valued new friends; and to those
whose friendship we strive to deserve; we
heartily wish unmeasured happiness and
good fortune throughout the coming
With grateful appreciation for all the
favors received by us from you and for
that priceless though intangible asset,
your good will, which we prize beyond
measure, we sek to merit your continued
confidence, and aim to serve you helpful
ly in the future.
St. Paul's Lutheran
J. E. Barb, pastor.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a- m.
ext: Epistle of St. James, 4:1"-17.
Subject: "Planning for the Future."
Service at Miller's church at 7 p.
Reader, you are invited to these
Walter W. Rowe, pastor.
V:i a. m. Sunday school, Wr. 11.
11:00 a. m. Morning worship. Sub
ject of sermon by pastor, "A New
(3:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:C0 p. m. Evening worship. Sub
ject of sermon, '"Forgetting."
There is no better way j'or mem
bers and friend's to begin the New-
Year than to be present in the
House of the Lord.
The public is cordially invited to all
Susday school 9:15 a. m. Every
member is reepjested to be on hand
C. S. Kirkpatrick, pastor,
on time to start the New cYar right.
Preaching, 11 a. m. by the pastor.
Subject: "The Fleeting Years of
Life." Friends, let's begin this fresh
New Year by crowding the Lord's
sanctuary and dedicating our all to
his service. ;
Junior League 2 p. m.
Intermediate league '6 p. m.
Senior league G p. m.
A leaders' service will be held at
7 p. m. Five minute talks will be
made by leaders of teh different de
partments of church work. Stewards
and ohtcr leaders will be installed at
the close of this service.
Mr. Henry Killian will have charge of our
shop and we offer our customers continuous
service from 6:30 A. M. until 1 0 P. M.
Formerly Hickory Garage Co.
St. Andrew's Lutheran
R. B. Peer, Ph., D., Pastor.
9:45 Bible school, fully graded,
with all G'epartments.
11 Morning worship and sermon
on ,;The Old Year and the New."
6 p. m. Luther league.
7 Vesner service and sermon on
"The Unsatisfied Christ."
W TTfo IT !k T no IT "n. T
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W. R. Bradshaw, pastor.
Sunday School at 9:45.
Preaching at eleven o'clock by pas
ter. Subject. "Lessons From New
Preaching at seven o'clock. Sub
ject: "Praise for Life."
B. Y. P.'. U. at six o'clock. Hazel
Go to church and let the New
Year find you serving Christ.
SV est Hickory Reformed
W. H. MeNairy, pastor.
9:45 Sunday school. O. H. Hunt
11:00 Preaching- service fpllowed
by annual congregational meeting.
2:00 Sunday school, J. C. DeRhod-
es, Supt. ;
3:00 Preaching service.
The public is cordially invited to
E take this method of thankm
our many customers for
their liberal patronage during 1921.
In 1922 we will be better pre
pared than ever to give you good
service, as a number of additions
have been added to our equipment.
ALL KINDS OF PRINTING
and LOOSE LEAF WORK
The Home of Quality Groceries
, and Choice Meats.
1812 Union Square. Hicjry, N. C.
Here's Help for-
Our trained men can offer
valuable suggestions, and
help you to have beautiful
grounds, with little trouble
and effort on your part.'
V rite us and & man will
call if you live within a
reasonable distance; no
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CLAY PRINTING COMPANY
HICKORY, N. C.
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