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MONDAY? EVENING
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PAGE FOUR
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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..rtdal Veil Falls in Winter . flONb 0101011 ' .
:V; r I aSf' v-as ddivcred by Rev. W. R. Brad-
1 " : Mmf.-l : annoum-cd that Dr. Chn. K.
mc imMjmi : t'- - p-t, ofihoa.di-1
v;';;-.. f tho res l o. the. SI . .
WANTFD TO liUV SHVHKAL
Ford touring cars' wilh sell' -starters,
Must be in good condition. I), M.
Uoyil & Co. ;i 'J.-i 2t
WANTED TWO rUKNTSIIED
room.s in refined family for light
housekeeping Phone ,r)77-.I. 3-21 pd.
WAN'I EI) HATS CI.KANFD AND
Mocked. Largest exclusive hat
ters in the Piedmont .section. Mail
order given prompt attention.
Agents wanted.. Southail lint
Works, Salisbury, N. C. S 22 tit pi
NEW HUMIS FOI! SFMMEIi
blooming: Gladinjli', Dahlias,
Cnnnasj Fillies, Tuberoses and
Culadium. or Elephant Ear. Fine
large bulbs all colors. Mrs. W.
L. Coatrifrht, loth St. :: 21 ;;t
FOR SALE AT B A RG A I N X ASH
Seven-passenger touring ear, 192C
model, with new cord tires and in
A 1 condition. See H. C. Yoder at
Whitener Motor Co. 3-21
FOR SAI.K OAKLAND
touring car in first class condi
tion. See II- C. Yo'der at Whitener
Motor Company. 3-21 3t.
WA N TED TO BUY SUV UR AL,
Foro touring cars with self-starters.
Must he in good condition. D. M.
Boyd & Co. 3 'J"j 2t
'' - j -- MWmi ! o..vuoi-! niosl r.t the seats in &
::V - Mt $V the Sunday hooi ra.,m. Mr. Krad-
"fc- Iskaw a.mol:v.-eeed that Dr. Chas- F, 1
;:' PtfM "WkS''-"5'" ! be here next Suiuluy ivgh'u to ypr-'nr
l . . i Un,h of Vr.vcrbs ami chose
V 9iJE'M - ; ! hi- t-xv frv:." tho 22d verse, J -ic iy
K V I blcssine; o: the Lord, it mauh rich- J
j and he addoch no sorrow with it."-- I
1 - ti.V""v; VSa pees of lh, T. P. A. briefly, Riving
1!)2)
.
F.ridnl Veil Falls. (.520 feet liifrh. is ahva.vs one of the beautiful sights of
Yofeomito Niitinrial park, bnt this winter it has heen unusually lovely by reason
cf the iaeediUe ice f"rniaibn on the graniio cliff.
addotii no soriow witn u.
nv-niste1' M.-:ciisaed the pur-
tbo T. P. A. bristly, givms;
ns liit'e -i'in in me slate as s,ii,
referred to' the fact that these mem-v,-eto
con-tahtiy en. the ro'ad and e-ia-phasized
his text by referring to
i Y c-ii- opiioitivnities to do grood. The
sr.f.mbeis' o: the T. V- A. have ham-
I awa for good ''oads, bettei.
.traiu-.pcrtalion and bettei- hole' :ia-
- i i - . T '7. I, - .1 n rtt. 1 1 ! fv. - m
ci itie.s ana ttu'v nii v au m. .;... iv ...
surace lndiey
m otectivc.
is b'.:1.h cheap and
FOR SALE OAKLAND TOl'RINfi
car in good condition. W!i'le"ei
Motor Co- ;?-2(5-;:t.
I.OST-TKllK NO. Ti:tsic lUl-
l.wmi Millor crss toad i and my
home in Lonvicw hy way of F. I..
.Tarrotts roller mills on I ,in olutou
road. Fimh-r please notit'y Wal
ter M. Killi?m, U.-4. buA
Hiekorj, N. C. for reward.
2.r 2t pd
VOn RENT ONE FFRNISIIED
nnl two unfuinisbed roonis
rhone :i!i0-.l. :h2.r It,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Of all kinds arc now obtainable at
our store. BANJOS. MANDOLIN'S,
GUITARS, VIOLINS, STRINGS
We carry a full line of a! musical
instruments and accessories Call
in nnd see our stock. Friers right.
..Mail order:: given speeial attcnlioii
Piedmont l'honogtaph Co., 1017
Fourteenth SI., Hickory, N. C.
2 21 rod tf
SINGLE COM II DROWN LEGHORN
eggs for hatching 51.00 for ."
I'honc :W 11. F. l'oovey :!-27-:!t.
FOR RENT A SIX ROOM HOUSE
on Tenth Avenue. One block from
MUiue. G. F. Ivev. V, 27 I5t pd
WANTED SECOND HAND IMRD
Cage. Call Record. V, 27 2t
FOUND SOME MONEY. CALL
Record (Vffico for further infor
mation. .'i-27-2t.
LOST $10 HILL IX MCLELLANS
5 and lOcent store Saturday
afternoon. Finder retuir to Rec
ord office. :j-271t pd.
FOR SALE DAHLIA IHiLI!, SIX
' varieties. Alo carina, bulbs in va
' lities. Phor.ti 354-L T.-27 It.
EXECUTORS' NOTICE
NOTICE OF SERVICE DY
V I'll LI CATION
North Carolina
Catawba County
Ora S. Cooper,
T'aiil C Coooor (having claims against the said estate
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT ! to Present thcni to the undersigned
Th,. rlof.o.da.d above named will!"'1 or ,Hlforc he ''th day of March,
lake notice that a summons in Uie
Having qualiiicd as executors of
the estate of T. P. Cloninger, deceas
ed, this is to notify all persons in
debted to said estate to mt.ike immedi
ate payment and to notify all ncrsnns
almve entitled action was bs.ucd
igainst said dclX'iid.int on the 101 Ii
day of February, which summons is.
rclurii'ibli; before me, at my ofiice I
-i.m ri IlOi.nV' Win ij'j lUei'.llU
bar to t'H'ir l-eiovery.
This 7th o'ay ,f M;ireh, 1 ',)'J2.
-K K. CLOXINCJKK,
If. P. CLONINGER.
text, Mr.
at Newlon, Catawba county on th"
2o:.l rlay of April, l')22. Defciidan'.
will fiuther take notice that the
plaiutilf has applied for aliriony
pividentc lite, and the custody of their
child. He will also take notice irss
well as all other persons, that the
said child was awarded to the plain
till' by an order signed by His Hon
or, T. 15. liryson, judge of the su
p rier court in and fur the i(?th
district of North Carol ii;;. .n the
ICtb day of February, 1U22, and all
persons are h'reiy notilu-i! iim if I
,,,(. :ii I li.mS ., .,, , ,.,,,1 ,.,!.'(
V'li w j . . vi ' 'vi . ' mn. i'no i. lliei
withoiiL due process of law, will be
jva!t with as tbo law direets.
f. T. SETZF.R,
CUo-y of Supetir Court.
C. L. WnifFNIiU,
Aity for I'laint.ili. :! Pv dt Tues
i r.;.cci.nors Lst'ue oi -1. I . (.don'S)--er
: 7 it Tucs
Hi!" V.i V f N C? L A ! 5 L FS 1 5 E
Dylnr; hard, (be irreeoucil
imcnt which bad opposed ti;
treatv
u Kn
round that it
cs
hjishc:
alliance between t!
an
ic
li
med
('tt-at Fritain. Japan wand
sd
.a!l
t i
roil ca!';:
hour ;;(;
m or Lh
Thev mad
i-'Lill I S.
Fraii'.-e,
i t
lv, ;ur. iiradsinvw saui. was
! the best organ iza.tioii in North Caro
I ioia for the size of the city and do
I chned that its memberships n'c not
pcrnntic-f! u ii-,e-
Getting down to his
li.-.-u'sl-.sw said if he were a business
man he wou'd put Chsristhinity i.:e
fore this business. He would net ad
vertise his wares falsely- he would
not sed things he was opposed to
and here he referred to the appaven.
that f.'is seei io'i . inc tku.ioim.
bod logger, and h' w euhi
brim? the rules of his ousi -ito
his ehiircbi.
There ate always two ways to aei,
lie vn-inster said; one is the n;si:V
I and '',! hi way. liio other teo (laK
and. dok-ful way. ihc man wrs
)!,, i-c t oi !ms eiceinnstaosss huh
i ome out light, in the end. "Ine mos .
; chert ful pcoido get better cnucKcst jr.
iiicv ate siek. and the mosi cu-erno
o-Jn get abmg better in Fm-iness. it-
the map that m s
d ihc man whs
o the
I w t
tie.-??! ii
uur.nig a iour
ion .el aside for fired
revolution of rati i'i. 'ti
the ir best fb.'.iwiiig
'. ' v 1 ' ) iliviii'
sn
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!)C I s
NOilCI OF SALE VALl'AULE
RE.tL ESTATE
.de jiou'ti-; into Pacific ;coni'er-
ence:," affceling ihe;i - iideretds, mas
r ing :.Ui voles f-o the rrotosal to .r:i
;i! olitio ii ion.
The eo,;iv j: ,., n s'wva! s was -;e-eer;ted
in the end I.y ft vide of :)!? to
i it.
i wo ui i eiii o
(,V(r'.,.
is
in-
!ln
n.us
un
viil sell at pub- !
i ii... i. :,..i.... .:,!.! i itv.u1. oi'
1,0 cue nyiii'si uiuuti
NOTICE OF TOWN ELECTION
Notice. iy hereby given that an
election for the selection of a mayor
and board of aldermen and town
marshal for the town of Long View
will be held (Ai the Fi'st Monday in
May. 1922, at the School house. The
board has ordered a new registra
tion of all electors, the old books
having been destroyed bv fire. The
hooks will be o'pen for thirty dnys
precedinR the election. 0. A- Yoder,
icgistrai, J. P. Mo'"gan and .). M.
Herman, Judges. The books will beat-.
13. C. Shuford's store every Sat
urday. This March 2H, 1022.
() A. YODER. Secretary to the
Board-' 3-27-3t Wed. and Friday.
NOTICE OF PRECINCT MEETING
The Republicans of the North
West precinct will meet at the Mu
nicipal court room, in the City Hull
at 2 o'clock, p. m. on Saturday, the
Ut day of April, 1922, for the
purpose of electing delegates to the
county convention a'nd for such other
business as may come before the
meeting.
.. This 25th day of March, 1922.
, !W. S. STROUP,
II. II. Abee,
' R. II. SHUFORD,
' " Precinct Committee.
Old -Darkey (to shiftless son) ."I.
hearn tell you is married. Is you?"
Son (ingratiatingly) "I ain't say
ing I aint."
Old Darkey (severely) "I ain't ask
you is you ain't; I ask you ain't you
is." American Legion Weekly.
Under and Kv virtue of the nowvs
contained in ihafc certain mortgage
executed l v II. Leo'iiard and. wife.
dated August .50th. lfl. and. default ! ,
raving t.ecn maoe in the terms ini
of, the uruiet signed
lk outcry
on terms to be announced at the day
of sale the following described prop
erly: Peginning at a stake in the South
ern margin of loth. Ave. in the City
of Hickory and runs South with
said LyeHy's line 19') feet to a stake
in said Lyerly's line; thence with
Georg'j Lyerly's line East 09 feet, 'o
a stake in Mrs. E. 13. Jones's cornev:
thence with Jones' line North l!.m
!':-'.'t to a stake .lone' corner on Pith
Ave., thence with tho Southern mar
gin c'f 10th Avenue West 00 feet to
the point of beginning.
T sale will take place at 12 o'
clock Noon on April 22 1922, in
fiout of the First National Hank
of Hickory N. C
This the 20th day of March A. D.
1922.
O. J. CORPFiNIN'C, Trustee.
:;-20 4t Tues;
! C
that.
preamble c
Lreaiv tbf
to arnud I'oiCt
'"a'ivn Ii.-h-
I . 1 . .'. 7.
ditri C: -
n ! s
r'd ii
it
i ailing
T .1
i. e -under-
v i'- statement; in
Ui'der hy !itik of
ii f-O CO!!;-;)tlI;!eilf
ia-
Mate
:hi v:
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i:'On!:;t-
u uiider a
". ,n , the
!':-v- :-J a pc-i-i
i '.w. s ., 1 . ...
cat y. hot not. a. oai I
basis for continu-
of
ortiev .a re,;;..) d
com pan vi tig i'n
of it, and laid th
ing their assault tomorrow when tin
i" -
f:o- siieei a
o;iU-s on .forlf.-e bound to re-
from lerttme--t
c.f all me.it. Mr. Brad
told i'dd the slot y of
-.. shirtiate his jriiiiV
f'-f re is always : :,:tdhi.s
. 4, j,,..l 'f we on' look
(Siidne was a orrv vs.- cime..,
fi r;' njie man ht
ps (.'St. lis fauH
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paironago which was extended to us during our
mization Sale, and to assure all patrons and
rt -l-l-i r-, -4- 4T-. . fiAT'UlO n)t''i 1 t V, Si'li.-fi ..:
f.'Ul-I UliCJ LiUib tliJ OLL VIVO Vt'liO.11 W , iJ'.l ' w
erideavored to render as nearly, per 'oet as po
be continued in the future to the utmost oi our
The Sale was truly a mp; success, wiiicn
gratifying' to us because jt proves that the good iRsmj
of this vicinity appreciate the big valuer
them at this store.
'Si !u:nv
49
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thai,
to "!
This
and
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.ted ti
"seails
teeth, it
criticise, i:
'V og a!
are in;l;
; easy to
uf if yon
best by you, you run
for
i if-
beset
gOOo
'ii' ii
r! i-Oh..,. were
One man in
u ooserveo. l.nai
v biter than its
,e, fjtuU's and to
want, to do 1heh;
t tie n!; he !. oy
."in.
traveh-t
Mr. Hradshaw sah
ntafions tha
!Hli! . lit
so often away ffo'm home. and
(, ( He also knew theiv op?:'
lies for makincr t
n.n year.,
i?iew the tes;
t raveling men
V enerienee;i
invec
.,,. he declared that it Urrrst
supviiememai
o;e
oi 1 e.e
C(-ns:i
treaty defining the
i'-.-ur over raet comes
'as i V't. it is the hone
ef the adm'tt'sl
ever, that the
atii ied
ration ieaslers, how
supplemental treaty
nne
u! that iiartains
four oower aKreemeiit de
ff the senate calendar hefe'ie
' Chase & Sanborn
SEAL BRAND
COFFEE
Best grown in tHe
World
Whitener & Martin
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION
State of North Carolin.t,
Department of State.
To all to whom these presents may
come Greeting:
Whereas, it appears to my satisfac
tion, by duly authenticated record of
he proceedings for the voluntary
dissolution, thereof by the unanimous
consent of all the stockholders, de
posited in itiv office, that the Hickory
Uattery Company, a coipomtion of
this state, whose principal office is
situated at No. 1225 9th avenue in
the city of Hickory, County of Ca
tawba, state of North Carolina (J
M. Holland being the agent therein
and in charge thereof, upon whom
process may be served), has com
plied with the reouircments of chap
ter 22, Consolidated Statutes, entit
led "Corporations" preliminary to
the issuing of this certificate of dis
solution:
Now, Wherefore, I, J. Tlryan Grimes
Secretary of State of the State of
North Carolina,; de hereby certify
that the said, corporation did, on the
lfith day of March.. 1922, tile in my
office a duly executed and attested
consent; in writing to the dissolution
of said corporation, executed -by all
the stockholders thereof, which said
consent and. the record of the pro
ceeding:; aforesaid are now on file in
my said, office as provided by law.
in. Testimony Whereof, I have set
my hand and affixed my official seal
at Raleigh, this lfith day of March,
A. D., 1922.
J. PRYAN GRIMES,
j 21 lt Tues Secretary of Stiate.
mav he
to the
e!a ied
!i,ni-;-i)W ojgac.
o.'J Slaud Firm All Day.
Throughout i he day's voting a bloc
'.- Ke;!in;ians stood solidly
OL
aga.n sJ all reservations and amend
ments excent the "no alliance" decla
ration of the committee. The four
Repuhl'can irreccr.ciUables. Senators
ioran, Idaho;- France. Maryland;
Johnson, California, and. LaFollettce
Wisconsin, were the only members,
of their side of the chamber who
voted consistently for qualifying
proposals, although Senator Norris
lie publican, N e I i n sk a , s u nport ed
several and Senator La.dd, Republi
can, North Dakota, voted for one.
On the Democratic: side there was.
less unanimity ot action. The 23
Democrats who finally voted against
wttif ication voted together on most
roll calls in favor of amendments and
reservations but a group of 8 or 10
stood with their party leader, Sena
tor Underwood, of Alabama, in op
position to most cf the proposed
changes. In the 3(5 to r." vote on
the "outside powers" reservation,
however, Senator Underwood's fol
lowing teached its, minimum strength,
only Senators William1; of Mississippi
aval Myers of Montana, .joining him
on the Democratic side in opposition
to the proposal.
The long succession of roll calls
was witnessed bv one of the largest
Ra'kry crowds that have ever at
tended a senate session..
men v-ouid
;t:-nd en the s
Vn.nd to
tun -
world letter,
n
but tai-e a
le of Chnst,
succeed. Go'.' I
If Our Merchandise Don't Make Good We WmI
l.u sine
st ron e
I Hi."- V,'C (
gives us our brains and the capacity
for succss, and t ravel? n-g men can
1.1." ,,-.!.. oin fives of God and li's
"i,,rk' rv t'se vverhi. Got' glvethl
and taketh away, as Job observed
as his se'vani- came to him won
m'sfortnr.e unon misfortune- We
should give (urselves and goods to
Cod, live and woik for him.
FIVE PASEliALL (JAMES AT
M ORG ANTON SOON
Mo'rg-auton. March 2b. Lovers of
base ball in ' Hickory and vicinity
have a fine opportunity of seeing
'-ames of real class at Morgaiiitor.
without the outlay of a large amount
of money. The Moline Iliino'is tea'm
Chamnioas'of the Three I League
arem' aking Morganton their snrmg
training heahiuarter8 and while
there -durig the remainder of Marco
and until April 20, will meet some oi
the bct teams in North Carolina as
well as teams from the Major and
International League.
On Wednesday and Thursday Mar.
29 and 30. Newark will play the Mo--lirn-
team in Morganton and on April
G, the Philadelphia Athletics will
play in Morganton. The manager oi
the' Moline team, Earl Mack, is a son
of the famous Connie Mack, manag
er c'f the Athletics, and a fast exhi
bition is expected when the boy tries
to put one over the old man.
Young Mack has gathered a . fast
aggregation and will give the best
a goo'd fight. His first baseman
I oid in five times at bat last
Thursday secured 3 nome runs and
n two h'neger and the entire team
hit the t'ali hard at all times, in I
isteibiirg hc-
iias ar.or.ner i7b'ooie
Bush and be enterta-.ns the tan:
wij hvaudevil'e stunts while in the
field. He is very you.ng but excep
tional I v fast and covers worlds of
grouivd-
r" 'r o-p mi"'
e.e game" tc oe pu-.v m iui -
"Help, help!" screamed Ihj terrified P'anton by the Mohnc club are as
young in an who had iust fallen off itoi tows:
iiUii-cr,
Taste is a matter cf
tobacco quality
We state it as our honest
belief that the tobaccos used
in Cher.fcrfield are of finer
qurJity (and hence of better
titsle) than in any other
cigaiTtr- at the price.
Zi.7t. s Myers Tobacco Ce.
4 ..
.
1
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CIGARETTES
of Turkish and Domestic tobacco'
v..
CM
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as
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PRIM
i ilium
2 n eS ftT
the wharf. "I can't swim!"
;;Wot of it?" a-ked the stevedore
mildly, taking his, pipe out o his
mouth and glancing carelessly over
the edge of the wharf. "I can't
neither, but I ain't yellin' my head
With a, registration of about 1,300
and the prospect of less than 300
29 and 30. Newark, N. J. I votes, tha; c'iticial primary . eiectibm
Anril 1, Cataw-sa
Colic
oif about it.
When .someone
something by statistics
Pathfinder.
tries
to
prove
April G. Athletics.
April 10 and 11 Charlotte.
April 12 Rutherford .College.
April 13 O teen.
April 17 and. 18 Greensboro.
. .aSJ-KS
select candidates for the election
next Monday is being held in the
lobby of the municipal building to
day. At 11 o'edock less than 70 bal-
i lots had been cast and in this num
! judges of election, A. P. Whitener
and W, F. Burns, did not expect
their more than 300 votes during the dav
Germans have christened.
w 40 000 ton liner the Columbus, but they are counting on. a busy time
something by statistics, ask him to! Fritz evidentally intends to discover next Monday.
pioc me statistics. at. Louis (ilooo- America all over again Houston It was estimated today that at
p03t, least 3uu outer names would be a d-d-
Democrat.
this !
the friends of the ' oi'
ed to th registration . -bo-ok
week and t ie.it
rnnronntoc- ,.i ,
, , -u:u Man. to worii in
deml earnest. Today's result will not
indicate anything except a batCe
royal next Monday-
The candidates c'n the official bal
lot are:
For mayor Eubcrt Lycrlv and
JM. -II. Vount.
For aldermen from ward numici
1-- H. A. Isenhour and S. L. White
ner. For aldermen for ward number 2
JS. W. Clark and Geo. L- Huffman.
WIN3 HER AUDIENCE
Charlotte Observer-
r-Jj,?1' in which Miss Eliza
'tn Jbain, representing the Ameri
can Soda Hygiene Association, is
oemg received bv various Charlotte
audiences is cause for ffraf if ication
. "w lvr. ot the mpmhw, f ih
xvtaiy iwx, under whose
oe .s conductm"'
,! .
a t s ; i
it; . 1 1
i-coe!
turn s.'.e i
assumni
to was d m
rcss. A-me-lisi'-iv
auspices
i-. i v " 41 lJcl If lie I C
" 1 merest of the fntu,.. nn,t
.2 9
ill':
Cures OokiS'
S i AM) KU it-mcov
li.l'ii i f ' '- '
or La Oi !pt- i-5 -illness.
l).-man,1 r-r. ?
bearusz Mr. thi:' Sr' ijXJL&fc
moUhers of the future. ' Apparently! ife-ai
it.'.
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