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SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11, 1922
HICKORY DAILY RECORD The Bisanar Store Service and Satisfaction You always get the best quality, latest styles and lowest prices. f Expert repairing promptly executed. Geo. E. Bisanar Jeweler and Optometrist. Watch inspector So. and C. & N. W. Rys. HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO General Insurance and Bonds Service Our Motto 1030 14th St. - - - - Phone 65 $15,000,000 Spent in 1921 For Cylinder Regrinding We cure these TROUBLES Fouled Spark Plugs, Lack of Power and Pep, Choppy When Idling, Excessive use of Gas and Oil YOT pay for having your cylinders reground whether you have it done or not. To K'o a certain distance requires a certain amount of power. You mav i-i.ver that tf'ta'iice with a car that w deficient in power, but vr.i will pay the price. You will nay it in lost time, excess gas oline, excess use of Iulrkatii-g oil, excess wear and tear on the entire machine. ' ; ' Repairmen and car owners who have experienced the wonderful improvement brought about in a motor by the regrinding of the Cylinders and fitting new pistor.s and piston rings, now consider this wfrk as essential to the proper running of; a motc'r as" the replacing of a worn tire is to the riding comfort of the car. Ask any man that has had his car reground. If you will call at our shop we will give you a list of our customers they are all well pleased. Don't forget that you can save mi-'ney by having your; stationary ja engine or pump of any style or size properly reground and fit ted. We specialize in Cylinder Grinding, Fill ing Scored, Repairing Cracked Water Jackets and Babbitting Ford and Ford son Main Bearings. Coffey Sherrill Motor Co. Phone 94-L - Trade Ave- Signs of all kinds B. L. PREVETTE Hickory, N. C. A.J.ESSEX Graduate Optometrist Oflice in Jewelry Store where your eyes receive expert service without the use ot drugs. Jitney Schedule Hickory. Laaolr Jltaey Schdal It Ltnoir 1:80 P. M. UTt Hickory 5.00 T. M. ArrWt tor No. 11 and 11. C. E. ROBBINS Geo. E. Bisanai DOCTOK OP OPTICS Error of Refraction and all Opti cal d electa corrveUd with proyarlj fitti glaatM. Offlc tvd xamlaatlon rocia b o ctioi ith Jawalry Store. Dr. J. F. Campbell DENTIST Phone 370-L HICKCKRY, N. C. Office Over Essex Jewelry Store CYfeUS C. BAEB Mf i-K Am. Soe. Cirll Enjcra. . Waterfr, Waterworks and SrR)f Land sub-dliUton Highways. Hickorv. N. C Cam. Com. Bid. ) Attrtu: Graaita Falls, N. C Hickory Harness Co. Manufacturers of all kind of HARNESS, BRIDIE. BADlAMCS AND STRAP WORK Repairing- a $0eialty HICKORY, N. C. Electric Shot Shop P. M. THOMPSON,. Proprietor First Class Work GaamntMd Phoaa 106. Wnrk DUvarsd 1081 lath Rtraet, Hielory, N. C Local and Personal PAGE THRtg -MILLER-SHLTOUI) TO PUSH CAMPAIGN , Dr. Chas. -E. MaoMrvi eV.rvpsnr;nd-1 jIiiK secretary of the Baptist state! A marriage of more than statewide mission board, has appoint?! Rev. j interest was announced this morning H. C. Whitener as chairman of the , in a telegram to Mrs. E. L. Shuford iSouth Fork Asociation in the Ban- j as follows: '-Wo wove mflrrii iact th I j i m w Ml" . i 1 li ... Mrs. R. E. Simnson has returned ' l,S ''V M Ca" W;l' i mM at St. Thomas' church. Fif -f. x . . ..anew in maun iiiiu prn. i nssc are avenue I podnc 4 , a 1 nm Atlanta (ia whpvf shf mifnt li 1 i i- lvtuu-- itavm, tomorrow lor At- , .VL' . e e e sI'eiuito be known as redemption montns 1 lantic Cifv r.w,w T i the week with Mr. Simpson. an,i a(.i, rf th- r' churches win ,P : A, T 5 Keturmng Tuesday. lan'f. 'f'". 7 tnc J- enuicnes vviL be Mary Rogers and Robert T. Miller" . , (visited at. letvst .'.ioc by good speak-i m,., ?iu0 u , . V 1Mmci; Mi. and Mrs; Claude A. Jordan ers and the importance of reaming! ki v JU ret"rned to went to Catawba today to spend the pledges will l.e emphasized. ' " ! V U " at"er,,a vlS5t to,her nar" week tnd wifh relatives. ! ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. I,. Shuford FOR MISS DONALDSON Misses Ruby Giles and Mary Seigler To meet Miss Katherine Donaldson are spending the week end at Marion 'of Maryville, Tenn., the charming at Miss Giles' home. - land attractive house guest of ' Mrs W alter C TayU.v, Mrs. R. A.' Grimes Mrs. James Estridge of Gastonia arrived today to vh;ii iier mother, Mrs. Minnie Seaboeh. here. She has been a student at- tl-o 1 Savage School of Physical Education) and news of her marriage came as a' great surprise to her family and many j friends here. Mr. Shuford. who ac-l invited in a few friends this week j cmpanied his daughter to New York; Spring in 0 Mrs. M. T Whitesides has moved into her pretty bungalow on Eighth avenue which was recently completed. Mis Jessie Byrd of the high school faculty is spending the week end at her home in Mcrganton. for an informal party. severaptaVtes being gotten up for bridge. For making top score MrsJ-' Rich ard Ballinger received the prize, a box of powder and Miss Donslison. as guest ot honor, received a 'pan ft silk hose. A salad course was served ! lies in the stnto ami r.nnnH- ..v. iuuiiij a.lli nftnv rrn O'owtrt U-t..!.. i i c.ji-wi " mtiniv a" mn snort an a business trip, witnessed the mar riage. The bride is a beautiful young lady and immensely popular among wide circle of acquaintances. She is con- nccTnA ut!1- 4-U n , - j wii.il Li,w luusi, prominent iami- is WITH MRS. GROVE Mrs. J. Lloyd Thompson and little taine.d at her home on Wednesday son. Jack, of Lincolnton, are guests ( f Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Abemetliy. it m , musses Katnerine setzer and Nancy Worth Sherrill are spending jthe week end in Statesville and Charlotte. Miss Mary Kincaid, accompanied by Misses Annie Preston Heilig and Anne Carmichael, went to Morganton yestetday tf spend the week end. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. . Peterson have as their guests, their daughter, Mr'sl !. I). Truluck, and lijtle daughter of Winstcn-Salem. Mr. and. Mrs. Truluck recently moved to Winston Salem frt'.n South Carolina. Air. Miller is a young business man of New York and after ,i cbnvf Mrs. C. S. Grove delightfully enter- honeymoon to Atlantic Citv he and his bride w ill return to New York to make their home. evening lor her children, Ada iVlae and George W. Grove in honor of their teachers from the high school. The evening was pleasantly spent in the discussion of educational ad vantages and music, after which all enjoyed an old fashioned dinner. Those coming to the home for the evening were Misses Mary Garrison, Mary Kincaid, Emily Gosnold, Jessie Byrd, Helen Derrick, Edith Lyles and Millie Kate McComb. Circle No. 3 of the Missionary So ciety ot the First Methr.'dist church will meet Tuesday afternoon at 3:')0 o'clock with Mrs. E. G. Peeler as hostess at the home of Mrs. H. E. Penland on Tenth avenue. Ai tides for the Valentine pai'y for the boys of Ward I-S at Oteen will be nacked Monday evening and isei sons who will contribute are ask ed to send their gifts to the home r f Mrs. K. C. Menzies bv 0 o'clock Monday. Mrs. Alice Harbin returned this morning from Charlotte where she spent two weeks with relatives. Mrs. iiarbin was called to Charlotte on account of the serious illness and sub sequent death of her sister, Mrs. Hunter. DINNER MRS. ABERNETHY HOSTESS Mrs. J. F. -Abernethy gave a din ner last night at her home on Thir teenth avenue, her guest including in addition t. her immediate family MiV. J-. Lloyd Thompson and son, Jack, of Lincclnton, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Abernethy and family and Mrs. W. L. Abernethy. Ii. Y. P. I . INSTITUTE A city B. Y. P. U. institute will be held at Highland church, beginning Saturday night, February 18 ami continuing three days, for all the Baptist churches cf Hickory and vi cinity. Perry Morgan, state B. V. P. U. secretary, and Miss Elma Fara bow. junior secretary, will be in charge. This is expected to be of much help to It .'oal churches. BOY SCOUTS TOMORROW In the services in Holy TrinitJ' Lutheran church tomorrow the pas tor. Rev. Chas. R. W. Kegley, will make special mention of the work of the Boy Scout movement. He was a scoutmaster and had general charge of seventy-five boy scouts for sev eral years and from experience will tell briefly how it may be used as a great blessing to the church if it is lightly used according to the Word of God. All friends of the scout movement are invited to hear the message tomorrow. GWALTNEY CIRCLE MEETS With Mrs. C. A. Yost as hestess the Gwaltnev (Circle 1) of the Mis sionary Society of the First - Bap tist church held a very interesting meeting yesterday afternoon. " Mrs. W. L. Boatright had charge of the devotional exercises and gave as" the scripture reading the fifteenth chap ter of the book of St. John. Sentence prayers were repeated by the circle. Mrs. J. L. Latta, circle leader, came next en the program and gave two timelv and exceedingly inter esting readings, "The Rainy Day" and "The Lonely Christ.'" The circle do nated $15 to the near east relief and the Jewish fund, the campaign for which is under way ir. the city now. Delicious refreshments were served and the circle adjourned to meet next with Mrs. John Young. W. BABY, M. D., 1). C. CHIROPRACTOR and Spinal Specialist Over Essex Jewelry Store H-Iropractic Eliminates the Cause t Disease. Phone 528-J Hickory Lodge No. 343 A.F. VB Reenter comwunleatiosi F4. nd Third Monday is. . Brsthrsa cordially inritadl U nrssanf. P. J. SUTTLEMYRE, W. M. W. U BOATRIGHT, Sc, Needed Badly A Hot Water Bottle Whenever a hot water bottle is needed, . it is needed very much. Emergency items of the first class and should have first considera tion. Buy a good one and have it when you need it. We are showing some unusually hiKh quality hot water bottles now at especially low prices. It will pay you to investigate. LUTZ DRUG STORE "ON THE CORNER" PHONES: 17 and S17 EPWORTH LEAGUE KNTEK I A1N EJ The Senior Epworth League of the Methodist church was delightfully entertained last night at the home- of Miss Gertrude Peeler, with Miss Peeler and Miss Bobbie Fester hostesses. After conversation and music a contest was enjoyed in which Miss Louise Fritz and Mr. Edward King received the prize. At the close of the evening a delightful sa'ad cr.'urse was served by the hostess as sisted by Misse Mary Bumgarner and Essie Peeler. About 35 member were present and the invited guests included Misse Louise Fritz, Frances Newton, Mary and Pearl Bumgarner. Myrtle Jones, Estelle Johnson, Hazel Crouch, Mrs. Charles Chalker. Messrs. George Fetzer, Edward King, Bob Miller, Everette Whis nant, Fred Abernethy and F. L. Holl man of Salisbury. Mr. Oakley Mills, District Secretary of the Asheville district of Epworth Leagues was a special guest. ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Willie G. Shell was h ostess to the Young People's Bridge club Thursdad afternoon "at X'an Hotel Huf fry with two tables arranged for the game and with several enthusiastic rounds ensuing. Misses Nancy Sherrill and Katherine Hatcher cut for the high score prize, handmade linen handkerchief, which fell to Miss Hatcher. The guest prize, also a linen handkerchief, was presented to Miss Louise Setzer who came in for the social part of the meeting. A lovely two course luncheon followed after the game. Those ylaying were Misses Nancy Sherrill, Katherine Hatcher, Katherine Setzer, Josephine Lyerly, Virginia Springs Nancy Hall and Frances Tucker. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Thompson are expected home tonight from Fort Lau derdale, Fla., where they have been spending several weeks. BRIDGE PARTY LAST NIGHT A charming affair of the week was the party given last night by Mrs W. J. Shuford when she entertained at fear tables of bridge. The tables were baeutifully decorated and ar r. ki:d for a luncheon which was served in two courses preceding the gam?. Score cards were valentines and partners were found by matching these. After several enthusiastic rounds Mrs. N. W. Clark received the prize for making high score while the con gelation prize fell to Mrs. George Lyerly. After the game the hostess passed around balloons and offered a prize for the one blowing the largest balloon. Unfortunately all made too great an effort and the balloons all burst befrve it could be ascertained whc-e was the largest. Those playing were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abernethy. Mr. and Mrs. George Lyerly, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ballinger, Mr. and Mrs. N. W Clark. Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Hunsucker, Mrs. E. L. Shuford, Mis Kate Gosnold and Messrs. T. M. Johnston and W. J. Shuford. LADIES AUXILIARY MEETS At the regular monthly meeting yesterday afternoon of the Ladies Auxiliary of Hickory : Post No. 48, American Legion, which was held in the legion hall at 3 o'clock several matters of importance came up f-r discussien and were dispatched in rapid order. Mrs. R. A. Grimes was in the chair and the secretary read the minutes of the last meeting. She also lead a letter from one of the I wards at Kenilworth which Hickory Post No. 48 has adopted, expressing the gratitude of the boys for the puzzle pegs which the ladies sent up recently. The puzzles are afford ing splendid diversion fc'r the boys in this ward and permission was asked to let the boys in other wards use them. The rummage sale was discussed but nothine final was decided on and rhp mnttpr was carried over for ! several days. It was moved and sec onded that Mrs. Richard Ballinger be received into the auxiliary as a 'new member and Mrs. Carrie Gamble was appointed chairman of the mem bership committee It was decided to send valentines itr.' the two wards adopted by the le 'gion and a committee was named by the commander to purchase the vai entines and forward them in order to reach the bevs on Valentine cay There beiner no further matters to come up the auxiliary adjourned to. Mlg CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION State of North Carolina, Department of state. To all whom these presents may come Greeting: Whereas, It appears to my satis faction by duly authenticated record of the proceedings for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the unanimous consent, of all the stockholders, de posited in my. office, that the Haves- I Long Drug Company, a corporation of this state, whose principal office is situated in the city of Hickory, county of Catawba, State of North Carolina . (Roy Long being the agent, therein and in charge thereof, upon whom process may be served), lias complied with the requirements 1 of Chapter 22 Consolidated Statutes: entitled "Corporations," preliminary, to the issuing of this Certificate o'f Dissolution: Now, therefore, I, JJ. Bryan Grimes Secretary of State of North Carolina: lo hereby certify that the said corpor ation did, on the 26th day of JaJn lary, 1922 file in my office a duly executed and attested consent in writing to the dissolution of said cor poration, executed by all the stock holders thereof, which said consent and the record of, the proceedings of atoresaid are now on file in my said onice as provided by law. In estimony Whereof, I have here to set my hand and affixed my official seal at Raleigh, this 2Cth day of January, A. D., 1922. J. BRYAN GRIMES, Secretary of State ats and Shirts Our early showing of Spring Apparel comprises the newest things for early spring and are featured at the lowest prices for many seasons. We assure you of the greatest values to be found in your spring requirements. 1 28 4t Sat WEAK; RUN-DOWN Carolina Lady Got So She Could Just Drag. "Cardui BniltMe Up," She Declare. Kernersvllle, N. C. In an Interest ing statement regarding Cardui, the Woman's Tonic, Mrs. Wesley Mabe, of near here, recently said: I have known Cardui for years, but never knew its worth until a year or so ago. I was in a weakened, run-down con dition. I became draggy didn't eat cr sleep to do any good; couldn't do any thing without a great effort. I tried different remedies and medicines, yet I continued to drag. "I decided to giv6 Cardui a trial, and found it waa just what I really needed. It made me feel much strong er soon after I began to use it. I be gan to eat more, and the nervous, weak feeling began to leave. Scon I was sleeping good. "Cardui built ma up as no other tonic ever did. "I used Cardui with one daughter who wag puny, felt bad and tired out all the time. It brought her right out. and soon she was as well as a girl could be. We think there is nothing like Cardui." Do not allow yourself to become weak and run-down from womanly troubles. Take Cardui. You vaiy find It just what you really need. ; For more than 40 years it ha3 been used by thousands and thousands, and 'found just as Mrs. Mabe describes. ? At your druggist's. NO-14L' Moretz-Whitener-Clothing Company "The Quality Shop" f i i. i Wish You- the Same" Read John J. Wynn's story. A copy is yours for the asking. It deals with your most import ant problem. 1 i FOR THANKFi A LITTLE CHILD Mrs. Mertz Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Helped Her Kutztown, Pa.-"I wish every woman who wants children would try Lydia E. Fmkham's vegeta- table Compound. It has done so miich for me. My baby is al most a year old now and is the picture of health. She walked ateleven months and is trying to use her little tongue.;- She can say some .words real nice. I ani send ing you her picture. I shall be thankful as long as I live that I found such a won derful medicine for my troubles. --Mrs. Chrles A. MpRTZ, Kutztown, Pa. Many cases of childlessness are cura able. Perhaps yours may be. . Why be discouraged until you have givcn,J Lydia E. Pinkham's vegexaoiu wuiiijjy.uuu faithful trial ? , . . ! Spoken and written recommendations i from thousanas 01 wumeu wnu - a.. found health and happiness from its use have come to us. We only tell you what thev say and what they believe, v We believe that Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound is so well adapted to the conditions which might, cause your trouble that good will come to you First National Bank HICKORY, N. 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