K0NPAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27, 1922
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
he Bisanar Store
Service and Satisfaction
You always get the best quality, latest
dvlcs and lowest prices.
Expert repairing promptly executed.
Geo. E. Bisanar
Jeweler and Optometrist.
Watch inspector So. and C. & N. W. Rys.
Local and Personal
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Frazier had
as their guest yesterday Mr. George
Brown of Rutherford Ci'ilege.
Miss Mary Murphy of Cherryviile
spent the week end with her mother.
Mrs. J. L. Murphy.
Mrs. R. A. Grimes had as her
guest over the week end Miss Lucile
Scarboro of North Wilkesboro.
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Rowe of
Newton, were guests yesterday of
L . .1 7!. .T 1.
n.uv. aim iurs. wauer w. Kowe.
Mr. vnd Mrs. S. W. Lawrence and
daughter moved frcm Thirteenth
avenue into their attractive new bun
galow on Eighteenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Whisnant of
Granite Falls spent yesterday with
i M i s. Whisnant's sister, Mrs. Geo-
HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO
General Insurance and Bonds
Service Our Motto
1030 14th St. - - - - Phone 65
The Biggest Thing in
Our Business is Service
When we say we're here to serve
you we mean more than just looking
at your battery, putting in a little
water and saying goodbye.
Service, the way we say it, means
doing everything we possibly can to
see that you get every last mile and
fraction of a mile out of that battery.
That's our business!
Never mind if your battery isn't a Wil
lard. We'll look after it just as faithfully
as if it were. We want you to know what
service at Battery Headquarters is like!
HICKORY BATTERY CO.
p 1226 Ninth Avenue ' -
Phone 393 v
Willard Storage Batteries
Signs of all kinds
B. L. PREVETTE
Hickory, N. C.
Hlckory-Uiolr Jitaey 8cbdul
Lum Uoolr 1:80 P. M
Um Hickory 5. CO P. M.
iniM for No. 11 and IS.
C. E. ROBBINS
A. J. ESSEX
Office in Jewelry Store where your
eyes receive expert service without
the use o drugs.
Dr. J. F. Campbell
HICKORY, N. C.
Office Over Essex Jewelry Store
Geo. E. Bitanar
. DOCTOR OF OPTICS
Error of Refraction ud all Opti
i dfcti conrteted with prorly
vfflct nd txtmlaation room to oa
iwticm with Jewalry Btw.
Hickory Harness Co.
Manufacturers of all kinds id
HARNESS, BRIDLE. SADDLES
AND STRAP WORK
Repairing a Specialty
HICKORY, N. C.
Mem. Am. 8oe. Ciril Enjrn.
wterpowr, Waterworks and
wwerage Land suh-ditlsioa
jfrtw: GraalU TaUs, N. C J
Electric Shoe Shop
F. M. THOMPSON, Propriator
rirst Class Work Guarttd
Phoas 106. Work Dslirarsd
10SS Mth Bttmt, Hickory, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Fowler and
grandson. Harc'd Fowler, of States
ville, spent Saturday nd Sunday
with Mr. and Mis. L. II. Warlick.
Mrs. D. E. Eckard is ill at her
borne on Twelfth avenue with inflam
matory rheumatism, her many
friends will regret exceedingly to
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Whitener and
two sons. Charles and Leroy, Mr.
J. E. Wilfong and Mr. Ransom Wil
fong motored to ; Marion yesterday
and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs.
WAKEFIELD-RHODES Mrs. M. E. Shell and Miss Char-
i , , , j- , ,f. ;lotte Brawley returned to'day ic
! Mr. Fred C. Wakefield and Miss Lenoh. after a vigit tQ Mr nd Mrs
Julia A. Rhoaes were united in Harrison Winkler.
t marriage yesterday morning at 10 1
o'clock at the parsonage of Highland, GRAND RECORDER COMING
Baptist church by Kev. H. C. ! The Grand Recorder of the Grand
Whitener in the presence of a few Commandery of North Carolina
r.timate frienda Mr. Wakefield 'Hon. J. B. Griggs, of Elizabeth
is employed as a barber in the Pal- City., will come to Hickory today
ace Barber Shop and is a young on a visit to Hickory Commandery
man of splendid character and of i0. 17. The officers and members
much popularity. His bride is a 0f the local conimandery are anx
tiained nurse and was Avith Dr. W. ious that every member be on hand
P. Speas for some time. She is for a reception to the Graid Re
ts attractive and popular young corder. Refreshments will be serv
lady. Both have many i;.-iends to ed at the close of the exercises,
wish them happiness. - 1
The voung couple left for Ashe- 1 FLORENCE FEED
ville and Knoxville to spend- ten, PASTIME TODAY
days. Today and tomorrow the Pastime
m , o i o theatre presents Florence Reed in
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Elliot are visit- "The Black Panther s Cub" a hie
ing Mr. and Mrs. M. C Salassu In special adapted by Philip Barthol-Charlottc-
oiate from tbf story by Ethel Dou-
cher, suggested by Swinburn's poem.
Miss Capto'a Beck spent Saturday "Faustine" .following is a synopsis
in Charlotte. While there Miss Beck 0f the story: A famous courtesain
was initiated into the Eastern btai , conducts a magnificent gambling
order. I house frequented by the elite of
Paris. She is named Faustine,
M.-. and Mrs. L. B. Spivey and lit-: rnore often the Back panther, on
tie daughter Margaret, of Asheville, ! account of her avariciousness ehd
who spent the week end here as the ,ove of pompous di'pla and pow.
guest of Misses Precyous and Ljllie ' r .y i
Hahn on Eighth avenue, returned to
Asheville last night.
Duringe the past week or mor
fhavo Vk-irA Vicnn riuiv.xT In
the appeal of the cemetery committee and grows to womanhood
w,t;r,r tV,A Inst rpstino- nla n, Sir Marling Grayham, a bell
being" planted on a number of the j i" heredity, loves her but tears to
Finally her star sets, she is clos
ed out by the p dice and to Ciive,
Earl of Maudsley, she entrusts her
baby daughter, born in wedlock with
a country gentleman. The child is
reared in luxury :xi an English es-
plots. This response on the part of
the plot owners is very gratifying: to
propose. Her adopted father dies
and the so n and daughter face cred-
the ct.'.nmittee who have undertaker j itors of a wasted estate. Hampton
Mr. and Mrs.P. E. Reinhardt, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe JReinhardt and Mrs.
Edgar .Lytic1 and children motored
to "Marlon yesterday and spent the
day "with relatives.
.Mrs. Russell Sherrill and children
of Tryon arrived in Hickory today
to spend a daiy or two with Mrs.
Hugh D'Anna on their way to Ral-
eigh, where they will make their
Mr.. J. A. Hardin has received
a letterannouncing the death at
Limestone. Tenn.. of his mother. Mrs.
James Hardin. Early last week he j
learned of her illness, but sickness
in his family prevented his going to
to beautify the last resting plac pi
our loved ones, and who have spared
no effort to this end.
Grayham proposes a way out of
their difficulties. , '
Mary is coerced into posing
Rev. W. O. Goodem who owns the
cottage recently occupied by Mr. and
Mis. S. L. Lawrence cn Thirteenth
cnue. has had the building moved
back from the street and has begun
tions to have it remodeled into a
Afro .T.. A. TTpvrwlnn lpft this morn
ing for Winston-Salem to spend some
time before going to her home i n
Kinstpn. Mrs. Herndon spent tie
winter" here with" Mr; and Mrs. E. A.
Herman, the latter her daughter.
Mrs. R. S. Parker of Murnhy is
v'siting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
S. Abernethy, Mrs. Parker came es
pecially to attend the reception to
morrow eveniner criven by Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. P. Cilley in honor of the
golden wedding anniversary of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Aber
What would you do if your lover
deserted you a week before the wed
ding? How would you feel if you
father tried to marry year sweet
heart? Of course you all want to see
an-honest-to-goodners love scene so
be on hand to see Professor Pepp at
the Auditorium, Friday night.
MASTER INGOLD CELEBRATES
Master Bernanrd Ingold. the attrac
tive young son of Mr. and Mrs. F. B
Ingold, celebrated his ninth birthday
anniversary Saturday afternoon by
giving a party' to a number of his
young friends,- forty cr more beinf
Various games were played, the
i-Aiino' nonnb Antprinp with zest and
VTLtllfe f'-' J.' C "
enjoyment into each of them. In. the
contests which were introduced the
nwJoa worn won hv Virsrinia Bailv
Virginia Herman, Lindsay Shuford
and. Lert'y Whitener.
Cake and ice cream were served ir
the dining room which was prettily
decorate in red for the occasion. The
large birthday cake was lighted with
nine candles and was the center of
attraction. Each guest was present
a 'Vi o -favor these heinsr red bas
kets filled with mints. The young
host received a number of nice guts
in rememberance cf the day.
Trees have been reset, shrubbery 1 Faustine, and by reopening
plaited and grass sown in a number
of instance. The potters' field has
been cleaned up and the cemetery !s
beginning to take m a uniform ap
pearance which is the aim and de
sire ot the committee having the
cemetery under their supervision.
The walk ways sve to be sown in
grass and the remainder of the plots
which have not yet been attended tc
by their owners will doubtless be
planted with grass and thus ct'.ne in
line with the other plots, giving the
cemetery a peaceful well kept and
The Catawba Seed store is coop
erating with the cemetery co'aimitiee
and individual owners of plots and
have msie estimates' of the cost of
planting grass and are ready to give
any instruction or information de
sired. The seed for planting the
smaller plccs will cost around $3.50
and the cost for the' larger plois
will come under $5.0- the cost for
none of them amounting to more
than that. .4.
Mr. Barger the cemetery care
taker, will place, .the seed in the
o-rc.'ind free of cost ti the owners and
the Catawba Seed stcve will make
one delivery of- seed-each, day to tlie
cemetery. During the next twe
months, the time for sowing grass
for a stand this year will doubtless
see every plot and "walkway at the
cemetery attended to. Persons
wishing to have this work done
should confer with the cemetery
committee of which Mrs . Edgar
Yoder is chairman, or see the caretaker.
THE NANTUCKET SKIPPER
Many a long, long year ago,
Nantucket skippers had a p an
Of finding out, though "lying now.
How near New York their schoon
ers rr.oi. .
They greased the lead before it fell,
And then by sounding, through the
Knowing the soil that struck so well,
They always guessed their reckon
A skipper gray, whose eyes were
Could tfcll, by tastings just the
And so below he'd "douse the glim
his . something
! Ta, VvOr T-irovnnr Prist
- . . 1 1 1 x c w a win. xjv-mti
Snug in his berth, at eight o clocK, whpther in international
mother's old establishment the trio
hopes to replenish their empty ex
chequer. Count OrlofT becomes infatuated
with Mary and decoys her into an
Apache's den. where h attempts an
assault. A bedraggled woman helps
him until she recognizes her daugh
She is shot vh:ie lnad;ng the res
cuers and dies in the hallway of
the palatial mansion where once she
reigned as queen. Marling jand
Mary then find their own happiness
together. Miss Reed is supported
by an all star cast, including Nor
mcin Trevor, Henry Stephenson,
Paul Ducet, Don Merrifield, Henrv
Oarvill. Louis Grisel, Earl Fox, Wil
liam Rocelle, Paul Shay, Halbert
Brown, Charlie Jackson, Ernest
I am'bert. Frank DeVernon, Tyron
Power, William Van Vraan, Miles
Dazie, William Bourbcfi, Eugene
Breon. Added attraction "Made
in the Kitchen" a two reel Mack
How are Prices
We have this question asked
every few minutes.
Are Coats, Suits, Dresses, etc.,
any cheaper for spring? .
We answer "Yes." A great deal
cheaper than we expected.
To create a hie-e'er business, the
r1s25a( manufacturers are working on the
! i " , 1 j. ; f Ci i.
ciusetiL margin ui primi ever ue-
fore and we are going to do likewise.
We are surprised with the real
values we were able to secure and
ycu will simply be delighted.
The secret of course is to know
where and from whom to buy the
Priafrr Lest things. J
SPORT GARMENTS WILL BE IN
Coat Suits All Wool Jersey Suits $0 00
All Wool Tweed Suits 12.00
All Wool Homespun Tweed Suits, Silk Lined 10.50
Wonderful Tricotine Suits 25,00
Suits of All Materials from $9.00 to 45.00
Sport Coats and Wraps All Wool Coats . .LiJ' 6.00
All Wool Jersey Coats : 6.00
Sport Coats from '. .$6.00 to 35.00
Capes from 9.00 to 35.Q0
Tailored Coats from . 10.00 to , 35.00
The Greatest Range of Styles and Ma- tl
terials we have ever shown
SILK DRESSES, SPORT DRESSES. SEMI-EVENING DRESSES
FORv EVERY OCCASION
Real Canton Crepe Dresses at $10.00 and up to $35.00
Crepe-Knit Dresses : $15.00 to $35.00
$25.00 BUYS A DRESS THAT LOOKS $50.00
Silk Waists, Sport Blouses, Tailored Blouses, Suit Blouses,
etc. A special buy of Crepe-de-Chine Waits at less than half
$3.00 and $3.50
Waists of all kinds from $2.00 to $7.50
Extra specials in Sweaters, Kimonas, Silk Underwear, Mus
lin Underwear, Porch and Morning Dresses, Childrens Dresses,
Neckwear, Hosiery, etc.
ALL WE ASK IS A LOOK
'The Ladies Store"
WANDA HAWLEY GRAND
If your wife wants to cut her h":r.
and you object, take her to' see "Bob
bed Hair," starring Wanda Hawley,
whic hwill be shown at the Grand) 11
theatre tomorrow and Wednesday ig
and let her see what happened to ij
Miss H?.wley after she bobbed hers, jg
If your sweetheart is timid about ,
cutting her locks, and you think it j
wr.'uld imorove her, take her to see'g
the picture, and '"t her observe how fj
fetching are all the acolvtes bobbed
as to both hair and skirts of the
In other words, this clever Realart 1 m
picture distributed by Famous Play-ers-Lssky
Cfrporation is an amus
ing satire of the Greenwich Viliape
set, but interwoven with this certain
human nroblems, of the girl dissatis
fied with home surroundings, of the
married flirt and his wife and chil
dren. Miss Hawlev gives an artistic por
traval of Polly Heath, the heroine
William Boyd, a new leading man- is
mr.'re than satisfactory as the con
ventional lover and William P. Carle
ton is excellent as Paul Lamont, the
futurist poet who surrounds himself
with young eirls, for "inspiration."
Adele Farrington. Leigh W'yant
Ethel Wies and several clever chil
dren complete the cast. . .. .v
J. W. RABY, M. D., D. C.
and Spinal Specialist
Over Essex Jewelry Store
Chiropractic Eliminates the Cause
ot Disease. Phone G28-J
Hickory Lodge No. 343
A. F. ft A. H.
Regular comrounicatio First
and Third Monday aifhto.
Brthra eordiaUj ImTiUd U h
'rirSUTTLEMYRE, W. M.
W. L. BOATRIGHT, Sec
Shaving soap proves of, daily im
portance to every man. Any man
who has a favorite can get his fa
vorite soap here. If you'd like to
make a change, we can make a rec
mimendation to you. We have soaps
in cakes, sticks, powders and
creams. And the prices here are
the same as they are anywhere else
for the same quality of goods.
LUTZ DRUG STORE
-ON THE CORNER
PHONES: 17 and 117
This ancient skipper
No rnatter how his craft would rock
He slept for skippers' haps are
' sound. ., .-, i ...
The watch on deck would now and
Run down and wake him, with the
He'd up and taste, and tell the men
How many miles they went ahead.
One night 'twas Jotham Marden's
A curious wag the peddler's son;
And so he mused (the wanton
"Tonight I'll have a grain of fun.
"We're all a set of stupid fools,
To think the skipper knows by
What around he's on: Nantucket
Don't teach such stuff, with all
Pelletier was declaring private war
on Ene-lnd. or in state aff'"s was
threatening state judges with vio
lence, he was the type which it is
gratifying to se exposed ana pun
GET READY FOR
And so he took the well-greased lead,
and rubbed it o'er a box of earth
That stood on deck a parsnip-bed
And then he sought the skipper's
"Where are we now, sir? Please to
The skipper yawned, put out his
Opened his eyes in wondrous haste,
And then upOn the flor he sprung,
Keep Your Liver Active, Your Sys
tem Purified and Free From
Colds by Taking Calotabs,
the Nausealess Calomel
Tablet, that are De
lightful. Safe and
Physicians and druggists are ad
vising their friends to keep their sys
tems nurified and their organs in per
feet working order as a protection
against the return of influenza. They
know that a clogged up system and
a lazy liver favor colds, influenza and
To cut short a cold overnight and
to prevent serious complications take
one Calotab at bed time .with a
swallow of water and that's all. No
salts, no nausea, griping, no ; sick-enine-
effects. The next morning your
coM has vanished, your liver is active,
vnur svstem is purified and refreshed
. . I i . J? 1 .... . -- 4-V n Voorf V !
The skipper stormed, and , tore his , and you are ieeu. g
hair ! appetite ijor u.iuwv. . " ." i
tt..i,i ! u: -u4-o a-r,A nn,ii r vim nlease no danger.
IJ.clUJlU fll Ilia UUUt3 cwiu luaiu . -" x , : . i
j Marden Calotabs are sold only m original
w wo nrp spfllfid nackaees. price thirty-five
Right over old Marm Hackett's cents. Every druggist is authorized
o-arden " - - to refund your money if you -are not
' r-James T. Fields perfectly delighted with Calotabs.
With each 2 unit system purchased
A Milker Unit Given FREE
TKis is an offer that no dairyman can af-
ford to miss. This makes prices 1-3 lower j
than before the war. Come in, let's talk it ;
Abernethy Hdwe Co.
Sharpless Separators Dairy Supplies
IT'S NOT SO MUCH WHAT YOU PAY .
- AS '
What You Get, For What You Pay
THAT DETERMINES YOUR AMOUNT OF
We bend every effort to give our customers 100 cents Worth
of-labor and material for every dollar spent for watch repairs.
Service-GEO. E. BISANAR-Satisfaction
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