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TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, V,.
PXGE FOUR i .- - HICKORY DAILY RECORD i i- ; "SATURDAY NIGHT'' CECIL B Dl M FF.LE'o F.1G SPECIAL fl .. . ETRAiiHLAKY ATTRACTION Iff MANN ! v"( A'ra 2 DAYS, APRIL 27t,h and 2S(h rTh Cecil eMiiies iir vc (.'.i v. h, re Hit- poar f irirl marries her riih itUiiI v. lure (ho heiress, tired of smiet.v's $6 I'.y JAN1K MAITIIKKSON A Paramount Picture ..A story thai starl wiwre etluiv, rJ marries whims, vt(!s a plain man of t'le people. ArAl v. hen ihi.'r dreams h::ve eonse true at the altar what of the jears that follow'.' A picture that tr.Ias l'ie eV ;:d;!ge, "Like to like" rind revives it into a jjurjveeii!- .a;u" tiv .f life New Y;rk life! with its pleas ure, its pain, its thousand alluring varit'its! ri.iye.1 hy a I'riiliant Cist including PASTIME THURSDAY ; Although it was announced tha i Saturday Night," Cecil B. DeMilie'; jlattst Paramount pictjre, was not a .lathing- beach picture and wc'uV. nntr j contain a bathroom s'ene despi.e tne ; s.-ap-and-water atmosphere (. the i title, the temptation to illni such a iS&lZ i sitting evidently proved tco strong j lor the producer. "Satm-day Night' I which will be shewn at ihc Pastime Theatre Thursday and F.-iiav April 27th and 28th boasts of a bathroom that sui passes those in "Male and Female" and "Why Change Your Wife?" in both beauty and opulence. One of the unique features of this ! bathroom is an inverted shtwer bain ' It consists of a pedestal standim? in ! a sunken b(,wl. Around the edge of ! the pedestal are inlets thvou.-h winch pSthe water is spiayed upwa 'd over Mm - the bather. The b' I.-.ht of th.s spray ks can ir.a: be regulated so that it w:.. not milndys' eoffurd. Another i?t- vsm.i.-.ti -stino lpnaH.ni.-! is a D'iiit-in. &$8vin!n mirror ' dressing table ci usu- r5 I n.eirrn ntifl llHv;i .r.'rlT1ft. eOUil)- ment. This set is only one of many de signed by Mr. Iribe for this picturiza tien of Jeanie Macphersoj.'s story in wsrrb Lea trice Joy. Edith Roberts Conrad Nagel, Theodcre Roberts Sylvia Ashton, Julia Vayo, riuyiLe Chapman. James Neil, Tohn T)avid- ' pon and other players a;vpear. special music ai the c.eni'iR fevmanee hv the Pastime orchestra. .Mr. Peery Conducting- CARD OF THANKS m Wo vrkh to exterui our hca.tu-i'. i thanks to the friends who were so cciiMdcrate of us during the sui.e1' ir.e: ci' our little daughter. Ruby, and tb from burns- Our Iciief would have been nch harder j t 1 i. tl, 4 . vumHchin Speehl n.io at the evening performance by the Pastime Or- p;W , ' Mav Leatnce Joy Conrad Nagel Edith Rob- erts, Jack Mower, Theodcre Roberts I.V a REELS. SHOWS .LOO, .jrOC 7:C0, ":00 P. M. m nil. AD.V.1SSION Children, Aiatiiuc 10 clciii:;, no tax; Adults uded JMR AND MRS. L. F. ICARD Vi 1 tax included; Evc-tiri'' :?0 cents to all, fax inc! r WANTS FOUND BLACK LAPROIiE AMD used rasing, prooaoiv siiien ot urdav night. See Chief Lent'.. 4-23-at. On cent a word for each, insertion THIS SIZE TWO CENTS A WORD This size thr'eecenU word. All ds cash with copy. Count th words before sending 'a your copy M USICAL 1 X STRUM EXTS Of all kinds are now obtainable at our store. BANJOS, MANDOLINS, GUITARS, VIOLINS, STRINGS We carry a ful! line of all musical instruments and accessories. Call in and see our stock. Prices right. Mail orders given special attention. Piedmont Phonograph Co., 1017' Fourteenth St., Hickory, N. C. 2 21 eod tf ILvVK GOVERNMENT SECURI TIES wiil consider trading for commercial stevk in any enter prise. Largtc? o'- small amc'jnts considered- Address C. B- R. FOR SALE DAVE NPOTRT, BED, 1 oak washstand. 2 double white iron beds. Call H3-L. 4 25 2t pd FOR SALE SMLL MARE OR pony, weighing i bout GOO pounds. WTell worth $23.00. Will take les-J-V . F. Morrell. 4 25 2t pd Di'av.'er K57, Burlington, N. C. -! 21 4t WANTED 25 TO 50 SYRUP OR Coca-Cola Barrels. Catawba Creamery Co. 4 25 3t f , . i- , - WANTED UPRIGHT BOILER with capacity for heating building 75x 100 feet or larger. H. M. Yount care Newton Glove Manfg. Co., Xewton, N. C. ;25 3t WANTED AT ON ICE, CLEAN cotton rags. Clay Printing Co. TOR SALE SECOND HAND KIS SEL truck in good co-nditiou-Phone 410:J and DOS-L. 4-20 Gt ihI- SHERIFF JOHN W- MAUSER WILLI l-e at the city manager's office R'-turday with the tax books. Pay vour taxes before another pcnaltv is added on May 1. 4.-24 Gt. FOR SALE THREE DESIRABLE buildmg lots. For information call 4GS-J. 4 12 tf Have You Fixed That Old Roof? If not then see the Hickory Novell' Co. 4 22 tf FOR SALE VALUABLE S25 IN DIAN Relic collection which was displayed in Grime's Drug Store. First $10.00 gets it. Sec Nat Browder. 4 24 2t F( WANTED COOK WILLING woiker short hours good pay Apply in person 1023 Eleventh revenue. ?-25 2t. i OR SALE fJSED FLORENCE automatic oil. .stove- Four burn .uv Gocd Condition. Phone 445-L 4-22 31; eod pd. !iOR SALE G ROOM HOUSE. Would take touring ear r.s part :, payment for same. Windy Citv FOR SALE ONE Ar? 70 BY 400 Gnu 4 24 3t pd ONE STORE HOUSE FOR SALE at Brook'fiord, located between mill and bride, 21x 35, new building. For information sec J. W. Travis, Brookford, N. C. 4 24 fit pd LAWN MOWERS GROUND AND put -in first el.. -rndition at Shoe Fixery in basement under Singer office on Union Squ-are. Shoes repaired with very best leather. The Shoe Fixery. 4-11-St-Tues-Fri. on 7th Avf-:.ue. Water and sewor available. Apply J. A. Hardin at Shul'ord Hardware Co. 4 21. .4 1 Fri and Tues Chase Sanborn SEAL BRAND COFFEE Best grown in the World Whitener & Martin Z- Beautifully Patterned, Brightly Hued Ginghams 51 2TS Season in and season out Ginghams are m the fore iron of summer fabrics, oecause of their inexpensive no and adaptability to every kind of summer wear. From our most recent additions, we choose these three l or special mention. - in ham, ors . ii 1. Kalburnie Ging fasi col- 35c Manchester Eng lish, imported 45 c 'ginghams 32 inch Jacqueline gJc imported' ginghams New Silk and Chamoisette Gloves Just Received Several pairs of silk gloves is 'a conservative: number a woman must possess,-' for. hot weather makes a great inroad on this accessory. The need for them is urgent and here every preference can be met at a decided price advantage. Short Silk Gloves, black, white, grey and $1Q() buff 16 button Silk Gloves, white, black, grey and buff. $2.00 and$2.25 Grey Chamoisette 9 ?C Guartlette, special 16 Button Chamoisette, - Grey, Mode and $1 ?5 Beaver . Bryson Silk Scarfs That Add Attractiveness To The Coat Suit New arrivals in all of the newest high colors and stripes, combinations. $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 er-Dillard. If cur merchandise don't make good we will" Griand Jurv. Investigates isigamy umre u. !..'V' ;;- ) ' :.f:a-r:' - ::Qtt : ' :f- - - "V-X . 1 iSmiZ:i.Z ... 1 Go FOR SALE ONE ORGAN IN ' Jiood conditi&ris Gus' Hawn 561, High ' Itud avenue. 4 25 2t pd r Peggy Davis,' left, 4Pollie&"j chorus girl, and Mrs. Ellen Curleyi Mclntyre Grafton, stenographer of Youngstown, O., both claim Joseph Donald, Grafton, son of a Pittsburg millionaire, as husband. Evidence has been i!aced before a New YojrJk, grand jury.',. r . e.q c' - -tv - LEAGUE MEETS The Junior Epworth League of the Methodist church mist : Sunclay at two o'clock. The meeting was call ed to order ! the superintendent. The scripture and prayer was con ducted by Lucy Johnson. Several readings were given ibv Hal Ballew, Ruth Lentz and Charles Horten. Then Jack Hasty ; sang a solo. 'Sweeter As the Years Go by." Then a quartette v,V,'3 given by Our junioirs, Constance Peacock. Mildred Allied, Jack Hasty ; ji Hal Bal lew. The election of officers fol lowed. President,, Jack Hasty, vice presicbrit, Margaret Blackburn; Secretary, Julia Hefner, Treasurer, Constance Pdicock, E'pWorthian Agent, Barney Sprat t, Reporter, Hal Ballewr and several ecnimittes were elected but will finish electing- the committees next Sunday'. " The meeting- closed by repeating; the league benediction. REPORTER a m o LAST FHOWTNG "LAVENDER AND OLD. LACE PAS TIME TODAY If you missed seine: that fine pic-" 'iro "Lavender and Old h-e" from the jrrtat story Dy Myrtle Reed, with Mang-uerte Snow. Louis Benni son and See'"' Owon. nt th Pastime J T - -r i jtsteiaay. iou nave' one. more rhPiv- nvne today. Addea attrac tion Pathe NewsTomorrow Poli Negri, one of the best screen ac tresses in tho world in ';The Last Payment" a Paramc'unt picture. The scenes of the picture are laid in France and in South America- It was massively produced and as a production it is one of the best of the current season. The stcvy was written by John Brennert and George Jaccby. two screen writers of international fame, while, thie picture was directed by Mi; Jseoby. It is tremendously dra matic and there is a thrill in every scene. ( ; 1 1 MIGHT AS WELL. 1 vi-fflW. t w-L ' 'X-i , i ,r--- ' ' :. H in, : ii1,