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vrIING. APRIL 1. 1922
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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i ice and Satisfaction
You i v., : s get the best quality, latest
styles ; ' i vest pricos.
Ex ? 1 pairing promptly executed.
Geo. E. Bisanar
Jeweler and Optometrist.
Watch inspector So. and C. & N. W. Rys.
Local and Personal
MUS. GEITNER HOSTESS
Mrs. C. H. Geitner was hostess
of Cottii'rircV who have pledged their
support to tftef orgaviiz&tion by this
method. Nearly two hundred of
Mr. Ottis Johnson spent yester
day in Charlotte on business.
Mr. Paul Abernethy of Spartanburg
is spending the week end in the city
'Mrs. J. G. Dridges and Mi's. Beach
of Hilderbran were Hickory visit
ors tday.
Mrs. j. T. McFarlahd of Huther
foKilon a visitor in the city ijor the
week end.
Miss Jessie Iyrd went to Charlotte
yesterday afternoon to spend the
week end.
Miss Kuby Giles has as her guest
for the week end Miss Bessie Tate
o! Marion,
HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO
: General Insurance and Bonds
Service Our Motto
1030 14th St. - - - - Phone 65
Dr. R. II. Rowc has returned frc'u.
N-ew York where he took a post
graduate course in special work.
There will be a meeting of the Y.
W. A., of the Reformed church Mon
day evening at 7:"0 o'clock with Miss
Htidr. Whitener.
Dr. C. L. Hunsuckcr has returnee
t'om Winston-Salem where he spen
(several days taking treatment foi
his teeth.
Mrs. E. S. Hamilton and daugh
ter, Miss Ruby Hamilton, of Char
lotte are guests of Mr. and Mrs. L
L. Frye.
ROSES AND SHRUBS 2 YEARS OLD
Doratliy Perkins, Gen'l Jack, La France,
Paul Navron, American Beauty, Milady
Killainev Brilliant, White and Pink, Mrs.
A. Ward, Mrs. G. Sawyer, Ophelia, Rich
mond, Russell, Sunburst.
Hvdrangea, Snowball and Irish Juniper.
A fine assortment of Bulbs for summer and
FalbBlooms.
MRS. W.L. BOATRIGHT
Fifteenth Street Phone 350
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QUALITY AINU fKUJC-
Two principal factors to be considered
in any purchase whether large or small.
When youiire always assuredo f the best
at the lowest price and often at a big sav
ing, it is well yirorth 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 CRIMES COMPANY
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Mrs. Rowell Holt and son Rowel!
Jr-, of Charlotte are guests for sev
eral days of her mother, Mrs. J. A
Martin.
yesterday afternoon to the Thursday j these drafts were deposited with. both
Study lub. The program was a banking institutions.
continuation of the study of art and -
music and papers bearing on these WILLIAM S. HART
subjects were giveii by Mrs. Modeller! PASTIME MONDAY
and Mrs. E. Lyerly while . reading To b? unaware of his own name,
was given by Mrs. Roy Abernethy. . umble to read or write and to adopt
Adjourning into a social hour the j a tattle brand as his sole means of
club had a most enjoyable hour dur- j identification that is the role por
ing which f;me a two course lunch- I trayed by Wilhanl S. Hart in his
eon was served at beautifully appoint- latcst and mcflsEm fnfiIale Par,a"
ed table, the dining room 'table be- ' mount pic tare. "Trarehn On to be
ing arranged and small tables being P'ejented at The Pastime Tneatre
Placed in the living room. I nh
S-.f'T-rTLi nf J- B. is the identification disc of
April i3 withMrs. W. Hv JJttlc. thii man whorn fato has decrecd
vni? Mii v7itvt Bhal1 be a wan(Ierer forever trav-
hUK MK. iOL.VI icj,v on an(j it has cursed him with
Mr. Russell M. Yount whose birth- a r-,;strust of everything- that walks
dav anniversary c.fi-urred yesterday j 0,n ess y-.an fcur legs. And so he
was given a delightful surprise par'- kM8 the face of the earth, caring
ty last night by a number of his t?n-fv tor himself .and his pinto rony
friends about sixteen 'or rao'. e wall.-- tak'np- whatever he wants until
ing in and taking him unawares, thee comes the dav when he finds
The pretty r.ew home of Mr. ana! that the cards have been stacked
Mrs. Yount on Eighth avenue hadj j.ffS:nst him; it when ha comes up
been decorated with exqui- j against the power of God, a newer
site spring flowers by Mr- D. W.iyh:;h he cannot understand until it
Amalgamated Textile Workers of Am
erica, in an interview about the strike
in New England mills, said that wag
es in the Southern mills are from 6
to 20 per cent higher than those in
the north after the recent cuts in s
wages. He quoted the secretary of
the American Cotton Manufacturers'
Association as saying that "3 cents
must be added to the Southern
wages to account for the housing fa
cities nrovided in the south." All
of this i
cue PEOPLE I
LBISS
BAN
Conjver people are looking for
ward with interest to the appearance
in the graded school auditorium there
Monday night of Miss Elizabeth
Bain, field lecturer for the American
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this is confirmatory of the state-' socla' .nygiene association, wno ar-
. , , , Tivcu in Jrtickotry today to spend nve
ment of Mr. Edwarus 1-arnura Greene, ,(1 in this sciom m ain win
treasurer oi the rac::.c mills, a 'fiew s yppa
days a-'n that Southern wages are ' nigh;.
From the point of view M'r. Palmw, I "csday hfve n)t .e" closJ nd an'
speaking for the textile operatives, i immunity near Hickory that can
the workers in the southern mills now:par?ntee:hei? a, ood audience-for
cnjc an advantage in wages. hir time. lst v'or.tJ etThm T f a-Y
J b communicate with Vatt J. Shuford
i he southern advantage ougnt tOrat the creanery.
in Conwer at 7:30 Monday
Engagements for Tuesday and Wed-
Holder and the throe 'connecting i? shown to' him
Among the teachers going home
for thn week end are Miss Mary Km--aid
who went to Morganton and Mise
Helen Brandon who went to York.
Miss Artie Wagner of Rock III I
and Miss Rachel Wagner of States
ville arrived tc'Jav to be guests ovei
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wagner.
Special music will feature the
morning service at Corinth Reformed
church tomorrow. Mr. Rob Roy
Peery will play a violin solo for the
ofFeitory and Mrs. John Geitner will
sing the "Angel's Serenade" with vio
lin obligato by Mr. Peery.
Circle No. 1 of the Missionary So-
ciey of the First Methodist church
will meet at the home of Mrs. J. B
Gibbs on Twelfth street Monday a'f,
tcrnoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Gibbs
and Mrs. Fred Horton as joint hostesses.
Mrs. C. C. Bost, who spent scvera'
weeks in Wilson, returned home yes
tcrday afternoon accompanied by
Mrs. C. B. West and little Mis
Peggy West, Mrs. Robert V. Most
uid little son, Robert, Jr., Mrs. West
ind daughter will be here for a weel
nr n.i mi ' :a.i.
r more. ivir. xnoss win arrive wan
n the next day or so and he and
Mrs. Moss expect to make their future
home here.
WITH MISS MARTIN
Moose and Elliott
Contractors and Builders
Temporary Office over Mrs. Beck
ley's Millinery Store
Geo. E. Biianar
DOCTOR OF OPTICA
Crrr of Refraetio d all Opt'
ealQCteti corrtcUi with proywlj
fltud guutw.
Offlc tad xamlnation room w to
Mttoa with Jwlrr Start.
A. J. ESSEX
Graduate Optometrist
Office in Jewelry Store where your
eyes receive expert service without
the use oX drugs.
CYRUS C. BABB
Mem. Am. Soc. Ciril Emrra.
Wtcrpowr, Waterworks and
Sweraj?a Land sab-dl'wo
ffiSESf N. C;-Chm. Com Bldg
Addresa: Graalta Falla, N. C.
G. W. KABY, M. D., V. C.
CHIROPRACTOR
and Spinal Specialist
Over Essex Jewelry Store
Chiropractic Eliminates the Cause
oi Disease. Phone 528-J
Dr. J. F. Campbell
DENTIST
Phone 370-L
HICKORY, N. C.
Office Over Essox Jewelry Store
The Junior Christian Endeavoi
Society of the First Presbyteriar
church met with Miss Nancy Lanj.
Martin on Thirteenth ave- last night.
The regular routine of business waf
held after which the! society adjourn
ed into' a social hour. It .was decide
by the society to raise $10 for mis
sions. . Bible games were played anc
enjoyed. Ice cream and cake were
served.
MISS MITCHELL HOSTESS
On last Tuesday evening the Ep
worth League of the First Methodist
church was entertained at a socia
meeting by Miss Julia Mitchell at
he.r home on Tenth avenue. The
meeting being purely social no mat
ters of business came up for discus
5nn.. PnnvpvsH.t.ior held SW3r foi
some time and delightful music was
furnished throughout the evening Dy
the high school orchestra.
The heme was very attractively
decorated with spring flowers anc
the evening was one of great
pleasure to the young leaguers and
friends. Dainty refreshment were
served during the course of the
evening.
rooms, t rrovvn c.',;en. were vei'v in-i
viting and cherry. In these several
tables had been placed for rook and
this game was enjeyed for seme
'im?.
As the guests arrived they were
served with delicious ?unch and lat
?v in the evening the hostess, assist
ed by Misses Elizabeth Abernethy
ind Christine Shell, served a salad
course and coffee. Mv. Yc'jnt wac
the recipient of a number of nice
biiihdav gifts.
ADA JONES & CO.
COMING HERE
At the City Auditorium on April 5
ill will have a chance to see and
hear in person the world's best known
oiruedienne Ada Jones of 'phono
rraph fame, and her own company.
fter all it is not what a person can
lo, as Napoleon pointed out, but what
me has done and is doing, that
ounts. In the musical porfession
his is particularly true. Artists
vho are doing things command at
ention, and Ada Jonea is prominent
unoiig these. It would be a. picas
ire to dwell upon Miss Jones achieve
nents but space is scarce and ssuper
'ative weakens. Nature endowed her
with a superb voice which she con
hrolls with skill. She has also tera
lerament, brains, musicianship and
ii ti 'tic authority. The only chance
ho see Ada Jones and her own sup
porting company,
ONE CENT A MILE FOR CON
FEDERATE VETERANS'
Announcement tha.'t the United
Confederate Veterans will still be al
lowered the old rate of one cent a mile
to and from the annual reunion in
Richmond. Va was made by rail
road officials in Memphis a few
lavs asro. The Southeastern Passen
ger Association, at a meeting in St.
Augistme last momn announces
that the reunion rate this year
vvou'd be one fare for the round trip
Thds announcement raised a storm
if -protest from the veterans, with
the result that the i-ailrcads have
granted the old rate.
REVIVAL MEETING
Revival meeting at the Church of
lod in West Hickory, beginning
Vpril 2 and will continue throughout
the month.
Services codutted by evangelists
G- II. Pye from Niagara Fall, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Pye have twenty
'n the ministry and missionary work
ntifi have traveled extensively ir
home and foreign lands. Dd not fail
o hear these able sneakers.
All welcome. Services everv even
ng at 7:30 o'clock. 'Monday except-
')UARTERT Y DRAFTS FOR
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Quite a number of business men
will find their bank balances slightly
listurbed as Secretary Van Hervie
has placed drafts for the amount of
:he quarterly dues wnn tne oauivs co
jay of all members of the Chamber
r.nd trust of a
through the love
beautiful woman.
Ethel Grey Terrv is leading wo
man in this pulsing epic of the Ari-ncra-that-was.
Little Mary Jane
Irving and Bernslev Shaw are in the
cast- Added attraction Pathe News
TEXTILE WAGES.
NORTH AND SOUTH
Columbia State.
r.ussell Palmer, secretary of the
be considerable
been established
the south about 40 years
southern operatives should
The industry has
on a large scale in
and the
be about
as skillful as those in the north. In
deed, the majority of the New Eng-!
Miss Bain is heard by large audi
ences every wneji she goes and no
doubt will oe heard by large crowds
in Hickory Conover and other places
v. here she will speak.
Ian operatives being foreigners and
newcomers, one wou'ld suppose that
the southern spinners and weavers
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'A comparatively small element oi thej
New Englanders are manufacturing .
finer textiles than are made in the! !
a1 i i- jl Ci.-Ai- I
jsuLiLii oul i iit- oouLiit-in average hi
skill should be at least equal to that
of other sections in the industry.
roiDs
of head or cheet ara mora aatily
treated externally with
V VAPORUS
Occr 17 Million Jan Used Yearlu
TYLE
has to be
sewed in
Good designing gives you "the
style" in clothes; expert needle work
and fine woolens make it last. Get
it all here in
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
They cost less than other
clothes because fhey
last longer
MORETZ-WHiTENER CLOTHING GO.
SES3
Hickory Harness Co.
Mannfactarer of all klada at
HARNESS, BRIDLE. 8ADDUC3
AND STRAP WORK
Rapairing a Spaelalt
HICKORY. N. C.
Jitney Schedule
Hlekarj-Laaolr JItej 8eba4l
Lmti Lanolr 1:80 P. M
Lmti Hickory 6 00 F. M.
ArrlT tot No. II and S3. . -
CJEJROBBINSl:
Electric Shoe Shop
F. M. THOMPSON, Pxoprlator
rirat Clais Work Goarw&tatd
Fhoaa IOC. Work DaUrarad
1011 Utb Straat, Hickory, N. C.
Hickory Lodge No. 343
A.MA.IL
Refnlar comnnnleatloB First
and Third Monday nights.
Brothrm eordiaUj inritad It U
praaant.
P, J. SUTTLEMYBJE,.W..IL
When a Box of
Candy
Calls
When a box of candy calls, who
ever calls with it receives a warm
welcome, particularly if that box
of candy came from our store.
Why? Because the candies we car
ry are the highest quality, made
by the world's best candy produc
ers whose names alone signify the
deliciousness and purity of their
products. So, boys, take her a
box tonight.
WHITMAN'S & .NORMS
LUTZ DRUG STORE
i. "ON TUB CORNER'S - -
Use Monday,
Tuesday and
Wednesday for S
avmg
(TT BECAUSE you can do nothing finer and more con-
structive of character and success than to start now
with systematic saving.
4 percent Interest Compounded Quarterly
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1 One Dollar Will Open an Account (
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Savings deposits entered before the close of business
on Wednesday, April 5th, will be credited with interest
from April 1st and with a full quarter's interest on July
1st. '....'.:' 1 -1 ! - i 3
CONSOLIDATED
TRUST Company
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