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Saturday' evening, January 7, 1922
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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The Eisanar Store
Service and Satisfaction
You always got the best quality, latest
stvles and lowest prices.
Export repairing; promptly executed.
Geo. E. Bisanar
Jeweler and Optometrist.
Watch inspector So. and C. & N. W. Rys.
Local and Personal
Miss Pearl Edroi?ten, having "ty, an Indian princes jjer cxe,. ,v
spent the past two weeks "with her ; stalwart Ccvbov hero And" t hi.
t. AT... II T-) ' l....l T.. 1 ii - .Villi tilt'
-M.-Ltz, .n.-. iiemy nicnaiu, ji., ien man el nivsterv is th
lius morning lor ner nome in t;iow-. VV hite Rider
mk- Kock. fbv the
The T. P. A.'s wil have a business !
meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the1
t'hainbei ot, Commerce.
HOSTESS
affairs on
P.orn to Mr. and Mrs. W.
in Kemvorth on January
1'if derick Womble.
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Mrs.
was the
Mrs. 15.
P. J. Johnson of Charlotte
truest Thursday of his sister,
F. Seagle. -
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HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO
General Insurance and Bonds
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1030 14th Street - - Phone 292
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QUALITY AND PRICE
Two principal factors to be considered
in any purchase whether large or small.
When you are always assuredo f the best
at the- lowest price and often at a big sav
ing, it iswell worth your consideration.
There are reasons for the continued
growth and popularity of our store.
Bring or send your prescriptions to us.
You will be pleased and you will appreci
ate it.
THE GRIMES COMPANY
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Anions; the delightful
the social calendar f -.-: the
WPVP 1hf hvida-p rirtifc crivf-n
peas j 3jrs George Yoder on Tuesday
son Thuisdav afternoons. Fallowing
i patty given Tuesday when she en
tertained the Limited' Bridge, Ciub
anii -...Iditional guests at five tables
of bridge, Mrs. Yoder again arrang
ed five tables of bridge for Thui-s-
' day. The high score prize was won
Mrs. F. P. Johnson of Lenoir who ' by Mrs. W. IL Farrar who in turn
has bene visiting hev daughter, Mrs. I pi esented it to Mis. Miller of
R. F. Seagle returned home today. Greenville, S. C, houseguest of Mrs.
j Xorwc.'od Bas. The consolation prize
Mrs. Vera Little Goode and son 'it'll to Mrs. George Hutton. A lovely
tfrcvard, went to Lincolnton this two course luncheon concluded trie
after to spend the week end. I party.
j Those playing were Mesdames M. j
Miss Mayce Blackwelder will leave M. Graham, E. B. Jones, E. A. Her-'
this afternoon for CatawlU where ' man, J. A. Herndon. George Lyerly. j
she will spend the week end. j W. J. Shufoid. Ruth Blaloc-K, X'iil
Clark, F. B. Ingr.'ld. Walker Lyerly,;
at- r ci.i,. i .. i E. B. Cine. Hazel Aiken, George'
1 . X. .lltUKf Ucl. leiUIIieU Tr ., it n tit II T-
. r.,i, :..u , t Hutton. J. H. P. Cnley. . II. rarrar, i
he was a visitor the past veek.
jet in.; .in
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wagner and WheelerndMayce
'laugnier, jiaroara nector, are
spr tiding the week end in Morganton.
The Senior Luther League of Holy
Trinity Lutheran church had a most
deMghtful business and social meet
ing Monday evening at the par
sonage. Rev. and Mrs. Kegley enter-
i . .
Mr. J. J. Willard and brother, Mr.!1," h
I iiiiiiii I uiifi v it N , iiiii ill r I . . . . . - .. .
I ll'.IS Leillg lliu iiii.i;tiiig m tii" new
vcai, quite a bit of, business was
is tne whirlwind
v.Mo Keens vou in a Viancr
hair suspense.
' iou ji get a spme s'zzlin
tmn every time Ruth is in
You'll get a blood tingling
ti ns she cries for help."
On the roof (.f a t;'n;n
sensa-3-:Vnger
everv
burning eagle's nest, jn the sinking
ship, in the golden poo, she is al
ways fearless, courageous, a real
heroine, your ideal idol, Ruth Roland.
"White Eagle" the fifteen epi-
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111 mirmtssaBsmsstsasa mmi
Fathe Serial, this femr.le
(levi rut wits, out rides, and
thinks h'.'V nlotting enemies.
Stait with the first thrill in
dare-cut
first flash, jr. the first episode. Brin
he kiddies, 'j hey k.ve Ruth Roland
and they'll see the greatest Western
thriller she ever produced.
Fly to "White Eagle'."
Stalling at the Grand theatcp
Mend ay Janu-iy 0th, Children under
lr! fiee. Also Harold Lloyd in one of
the h Millii 'n dollar two reel come.lie.
mi c
l his
Is
An
Unusual
Norwood Bass and guest, Mrs.
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Blackwelder.
LUTHER LEAGUE SOCIAL
Miller
A.ry
Misses Vera Gibbs and Jessie
Fat: ick have returned to Converse
College, Spartanburg, S. C, aftei
.-lending the holidays at home. j
da and Atlanta.
The business meeting was opened
the -president, Mr. Harold Deal.i
Mrs. D. C Plyer returned to Wax
haw today alter spending a week
with her sister, Mrs. Russell Robin-sot:.
Mrs. M. M. Host, Miss Katherine
li-.st and Mr. Walter Bust of Morgan
ton were guests yesterday of Mr.
ind Mrs. C. C. Bost.
Mr. Robert Reud left Wednesday
for his home in New Yffk after
.-.ponding the holidays here with relatives.
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Crisp- Dainty '- Delicious
Deserves Its Name Fulfills Its Fame
Hickory's Pride
8c a Loaf, 2 for 15c
Made by r
City Steam Bakery
C. W. ELLINGTON, Proprietor
HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA
igns of all kinds
B? L. PREVETTE
Hickory, N. C.
A. J. ESSEX
Graduate Optometrist
Office in Jewelry Store where your
yes receive expert service without
the use o drugs.
Jitney Schedule
Hickory-Leaoir Jitney Scb-dale
Lm Lnolr 1:80 P. M.
Uf Hickory 5 .CO F. M.
Arrif for No. XI and IS.
C. E. ROBBINS
Geo. E. Bisanar
DOCTOR OF OITICS
Etc? of Refraction aad ll Opti
ma; ifU corrected wish pCQmrlj
r.. and xmation room V
Dr. J. F. Campbell
DENTIST
Phone 370-L
HICKORY, N. C.
Office Over Essex Jewelry Store
Hickory Harness Co.
Manufacturers of all kindi of
HARNESS, BRIDLE. SADDLES
AND STRAP WORK
K pairing a Specialty
HICKORY, N. C.
Miss Mabel Miller has returned
i'vont YVin.-ton-Saletn where she at
tended the mid winter meeting of the
N'uith Carolina Press Association.
Mi-. Dan Boyd has returned to thr
North Carolina Military and Naval
Academy at Henc'ersonville after
xp-.nding the holidays at home.
The condition of Mrs. Hiram Sim-."i-.i'iis.
who has been ill for about
.v.M weeks, is improvec' and her many
friends will bo delighted to know
'hat she is able to be up some each
day.
Circle Xo. J) of thu. Missionary So
ciety of the First Methodist church
"v ill -meet on Tuesday afternoon at
'! o'clock with Mrs. W. A. Dysart
All members are urged' to be present
s this is the lirst meeting of the
.e i oar.
transacted.
During the social many games'
were played. Music was furnished'
throughout the evening by members
of the league. The league was do-,
lighted to have as v isitors Miss Jua
nitii Perkins and Mr. Chester Raton.-
Later in the evenig all were in-;
vited into the dining room where j
sandwiches, cakes, candies, f: uits -j
and nuts were served. Ail too soon1
came the time for departure and the'
breaking up of a most enjoyable'
evening.
MR. BARB POUNDED
The two congregations served by
j Rev. J. E. Barb remembered him in
' substantial way when on New-
Year's eve they sent an automobile
to his home loaded with good things
for the pantry and a purse filied with
silver dollars and bills of different
denominations. The purse was care
fully guarded' and delivered by Mr.
and Mrs. R. M. Bumgarner. That
was the final of the act that began
on Thansgiving day, yes, with the
Begining at a stake at the interesct- :
Jonly the value in dollars and cents
lot the gifts received that is appre
ciated by the recipient, but also the'
j expression of appreciation of his '
services by the donors. '
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IN HONOR OFMrT AND MRS. j
KAMSEUR I
i The Woman's Auxiliary of the
. First Presbyterian church expects to
! held a social tea at. the manse im
mediately after-
meeting
prave
Thi Woman s Missionary Society January 11, in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
f Corinth Reformed church will meet Hubert Rmseur who leave soon for
Monday afternoon with the president. Burkemont, to become home mission
Mrs. C. C. Eost at :j o'clock. This ! tries under the "auspices of the North
s the meeting for the appointment of; Carolina SyncJ.
secretaries of the departments and!' Burkemont is at the top of the
ommittees and for. the payment of , South Mountains and is twenty five
'lues. All members are urged to be! miles from Hickory and nine miles
from Morganton.
Every member of the Presbyter
ian congregation who is over sixteen
is invited and all will be glad to do
honor to these excellent people who
hwo dedicated their lives to this
work.
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u ,.0,. n,i i, mi: Kamseur is 10 teacn me soum
f officers was in order. Miss Vir-Iour:tain pfc!e to d ,be.tter
,..: m i. . 1 farming and Mrs. Ramseur, who is a
wrs. "has. Menzies, Vice president.
present.
MRS. PRUITT HOSTESS
With Mrs. T. P. Piuitr as hostess the
Do As You Please Club held a most j
-.njoyable meeting Thursd'ay after-j
noon. This was the last meeting of!
Miss Helen Springs, secretary and
M!'s Millie Kate McComb. treasurer
Owing to the length of the busi
ness session, the, regular program
was omitted. Mrs. Gordon B. CrcAv
;I1 0 Philadelphia, who is the guest
"or s'ome time of her parents, Mrs
C. II. Geitner, was given a cordial
welcome at the club and was heard
with interest when she read a let
ter from the little French orphan,
whom the club adopted some years
igo and has since heen providing
for.
The social hour, following the bus
nrss session, was especially delight
ful and was featurec? by the serving
jf a delicious salad course.'
The club adjourned to meet next
;n two weeks with Mrs. Chas. Men
zies, Jr.
trained nurse, will teach the mothers
sanitation. The Morganton church
has been doing good work at this
place for several years and will take
great interest in Mr. and Mrs. Ram
seur's work.
RUTH ROLAND IN "WHITE
EAGLE
First Episode Grr.nd Monday.
Ccme! Soar on the wings of ad
venture! t
Speed on the wings of action!
Thrill in the skies of Romance!
Fly with "White Eagle."
Ruth Roland is calling you.
1 C-".ne with her into the homes of
the cowboys, into the pueblos and se
cret chambers of the Blue Hawks and
j Buffalo Indians.
j Come! Travel into the land of rug
!ged mountains, and gorgeous can
tyons, where action speeds each
thrilling minute. The girl is a beau-
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CVRUS C. BAll B
Mem. Am. Soc. Civil En m.
terpoifr, WaterworVa and
srweraj Land ach-diir'al n
f:jhwaya.
ackory, N. C Chic. Com. Bldg
A4dxas: Graaita Falls, N. .
Electric Shoe Shop
F. M. THOMPSON, Proprietor
First Claai Work GuAtutitd
Phona 106. Work Dalirarad
10XS 14tb Btraat, fliekory, N. C.
DK. O. II. HESlKKi
DENTIST
OcfQe phona Nu. 2.V
Maonlc..Tamp)e Builriing:
Nijrht phona No. S
jf r
Hickory Lodge No. 343
A. F. ft A. M.
ReTJlar comronnicatioa First
and Third Monday nighta.
Brcthraa cordially iavitad to k
present.
1 J. SUTTLEMYRE, W. M.
W. L. BOATRIGHT, Sec.
Hair
Helps
Hair Tonic, Shampoo, Hair
Brush or Comb, surely one of
these four things you need right
now, or possibly youneed the
entire equipment. Buy them
as we will select them for you.
Take our advice as to their val
ue. Pay a fair price for our
unusual quality and you will
have an equipment that will
give you unusual service.
LUTZ DRUG STORE
"ON THE CORNER"
PHONES: 17 and 317
RHEUMATIC ACHES
QUICKLY RELIEVED
THE racking, Agonizing rheumatic
ache is quickly relieved by an ap
plication of Sloan's Liniment.
For forty years, folks all over the
world have found Sloan's to be the
natural enemy of pains and aches.
Jt penetrates without rubbing.
You can just tell by its healthy,
stimulating odor that it is going to do
you good.
Keep Sloan's handy for neuralgia,
sciatica, lame back, stiff joints, sore
muscles, strains and sprains.
At all druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40.
SidDsi
.eneiroa
Makes Sick Skins
Well One of Dr.Hobson's
Family-Remedies. For a clear,
healthy complexion use freely
Dr.H6bsons
Eczema Ointment
There's nothing particularly unusual about most sales; all stores
have them; they mark goods clown to dispose of them.
The unusual part comes in.the kind of goods that are on sale and
how much they're reduced in m'ice
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The clothes we offer are. the finest made; Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes; the price reductions are exceptionally great. r
$39.75
for Hart Schaffner &
Marx suits and overcoats
that formerly sold for 35 Jm
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$29.75
for Hart Schaffner &
Marx suits and overcoats
hat formerly sold
-S40.
for $35
$19.75
Suits and Overcoats that
formerly sold for $25, $30
and $35.
Shirts, Roys Clothes and
many other things at Sale
prices.
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Whitener Cm.
Co
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ANNO
UNCING
OPE
NING
New
of Building and Loan
Stock. Be a Saver, tart Now.
First Building &'
Loan Association

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