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FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 30, 1922.
PAGE FOUR THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD The Ksanar Store Service and Satisfaction ." You always get the best quality, latest styles and lowest prices. Expert repairing promptly executed. Geo. E. Bisanar Jeweler and Optometrist. 7 Watch inspector So. and C. & N. W. Rys. HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO (General Insurance and Bonds J j Service Our Motto 1030 14th St. - - - - Phone 65 THE ft r '.i . MM wwir ... f Lighten Housework This Summer Household goods in our stock are selected for the service they give under conditions in the average home. Equip your kitchen now with modern appliances so that you can take things easy when hot weather comes. Florence Automatic Oil Cook ,.4f. Stoves For preparing a quick" breakfast or a course dinner you'll find an oil stove a most, efficient servant. No ; need to heat up the kitchen- with the coal range. .'. '.v. Refrigerators We have one that will keep food fresh and clean without running up big ice bills. I'ireless Cookers. -, M Take the afternoon ofT'and dinner will be ready When you come home. Cooked just right in the Fireless. Your kitchen will be cool and com fortable. Ice Cream Freezers Pure ice cream for the children can be made at home quickly, easily, eco nomically if you own a- good freezer. Get one in time for the holidays. Electric fans and irons are a hot weather necessity. We have all sizes. Abernethy Hdwe. Co. DECORATIONS for The Fourth of July Flags . Bunting Crepe Paper Garlands Festooning The Van Dyke Shop 1 9 YvS;' Big Removal July Clearance Sale Starts Tomorrow Morning at 8:30 O'clock at BRYSON SNYDER DILLARD COMPANY 5 I III We must clear our stock before moving and we are marking every piece of merchan dise with this one thought in mind Come early and tell your friends and neighbors It will be worth your while Bryson Snyder Dillard Co. I ocal and Personal REV. AND MRS HAHN HERE Rev. and Mrs. Sam Hahn, of Burke's Garden, Va., are visiting h'm mother, Mrs. D. E. Hahn, for a week ,, ( jOr ten days Rev. Hahn will condust m n r ni;,rw,. rph.m fn services at Holy Trinity Lutheran Marietta after spending a week in the church 'next Sunday bo;th morning . ana evening. As ne is an oui mcKory - ' u I -1 i- !-.. U Miss Essie Robinson has gone to will have a large audience at both se'r- Chapel Hill to enter summer shcool vice without doubt Rev. Hahn has at the University. iwu woin in ouutu win go to ins iiuw neiu ux wuitt. nug- n . M . T-. JV , TIC ATT T- 'Hot l&t. xsorn to i roi,. ana mrs. l,. t.ugii, at the Richard Baker Hospital Sat urday night, a son. M DEATH AT RHODHISS Mrs. Sallie Belle Mauney, aged 36 years, died at her home near Rhod iss Frances Tucker left yesterday hSs yesterdav afternoon at 5 o'clock for Augusta, Ga. where she will spend after an extended illness with tub- the remainder of, the summer. 'erculosis. She is survived by one son , JaR(j her parents Mr. and Mrs. New- The Dixie Grey chapter will meet ton Mull. The funeral will be con- tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock with ducted tomorrow morning at 10 o'clck Mis'S' Mary Polk Wootten. jby the Rev. Mr. Fincher of Rhodhiss. Mrs. Mauney was a splendid young Miss 4 Gladys McNairy returned ; woman, was a member of the Metho home today from Lincolnton where 'dist church and her family extend she waa the guest for several davsjtheir appreciation oil the kindness of of : Miss ! Frances Bodenhamer. neighbors during her illness and Mr. and Mrs.. John Moose and Mr. Blake Moose were expected today from Lake Junaluska where they spent several days. OUR AGE ASSAILED Esme Wingfield-Straford is the lat est Carlyle. In language of sustained sonority and somewhat high-strung pungency he inveighs against the faults of our "money-ridden and an archic civilization." Jeremiahs are not unpopular if they are cloaked in wit and paradox-as witness Mr. Shaw and Mr. Chesterton. Mr. Wingfield- The Ladies Aid Society at Hilde- Stafford's method is downright, sar- bran will give a play "The Old Maids' Jcastic asservation, but with enough convention" at the Hildebran high 'originality and pungency to be pro school tomorrow night at 8:30 o'clock, vocative. He writes in a style of un impeachable clearness, but the reader may find it difficult to keep up with Mrs. Lewis Frye was carried to a Statesville hospital Monday to under go an operation. Her friends will wish for her a speedy recovery. death. Merchandise That Sells Mr and Mrs. A. A. Blackwelder Dr. Caroline McNairy and Miss Jen- his overwrought denunciation. nie McNairy of Lenoir, were Hickory "Facing Reality" (George H. Do'ran visitors yesterday afternoon. company, $2.50) does not win sym- - ipathy it does not aim to win or per Miss Charlotte Brawley returned suade us but it conimands attention, to her home in Lenoir today after and we should at least tell ourselves visitincr her aunt, Mrs. Harrison Wink-1 how much of it we find true lor. First of all, it should be said that, while Mr. Wingfield-Stratford is a Miss Mary Kincaid of Morganton, vehement critic of the orthodox eco- snent todav with Mliss Hellen Derrick, nomic tiohcv of individualism and a a. " .-,-.. one of the teachers at the summer bitter painter of its abuses in the Vic- school at Lenoir College. , torian factory system, he offers no . J program for correcting economic and Misses Jack and Mary Seagle of j political maladjustments. Though he rnimWo c c c v. blames the Doliticians. industry ana summer with their grandparents, Mr. I the press he is more concerned about and Mrs. George Seagle. criticizing the spirit of the age "It is less the love of money than MVe J v AUpti Mr Frnnlf AH'on the need ot money tnat is at tne root and Miss Mary Allen have returned of most modern evil," Mr. Wingfield- from Charlotte where they spent scv-, fctratiora says. Appneu to amBuw, erai aays tnis weeK. oun . oiaicfin-uv xo, n . ...., x.. , (direction of undue conservatism. Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Dillard have as Maude Royden said on hp- recent re their guests M!r. Dillard's parents, Mr. turn to England that she was ap- and Mrs. Dillard of Spartanburg, S. C, ' palled by the amount ot wealth to oe and his sister, Mrs. Chisholm, of seen here. In this country there is New York. a widespread demand for expensive pleasures and excitements, and all Mr. and Mrs Kemp Clcndennin and grades in the economic scale at Mr. and Mrs. Ivan C. Clendennin of , least all above the bare subsistence Greensboro were guests today of Rev. , list are invaded with, though not and Mrs. W. O. Goode while on their necessarily subdued by a desire for a way home from Blowing Rock. : higher standard of luxury. Mr. wmg- field-Stratford, it should be said, is Mr and M,- C n Tvlor sind ' writing of England and British afl children, of Gaffney, S. C, are vis- fairs iting Mrs. Tayldr's mother, Mrs. W. I nf aucnor 8 ueximuon ui i..wuu. P. Knight, and sister, Mrs. A. W. x.a 'f011 "x .e""'f Tr..cf,. i declaration that religion in the larg- 'est sense, is the only remedy, will be Mrs. C. S. Kirkpatrick returned probably accepted as truisms and non- from Lake Junaluska today whefre she cnaiarmy aismissea. ngoivm anu has been looking after some of the centersdness, he contends, are a interior work of the cottage which passing phase of infantile develop she and Mr. Kirkpatrick are having ment." Like the criminal and the erected at the lake. i egoist we have grown in physical .power without expanding mentally, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Justice of Ashe-Jand so succeeded in realizing the hor-vi-lle are guests of his sister, Mrs. r of a criminal and egoist civiliza Pcnland at the Catawba Home on tion." This attack may seem some- Ninth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Justice what romantic; yet at tne recent corn were married in Asheville last Tucs-;pencements, at least one college pres- day. . " , j'dent seriously consiaerea wnetnm .j -. ' modern civilization might not perish Rev. Walter W. Rowe and Rev. W- through inability to control the ma ll. McNairy are in Charlotte today chines it had invented. attending a meeting of the Reformed Mr- wingtiem-btrattora icts nib sai church. Misses Louise Rowe and Mary casm run away with his pen,, but Bumgarner accompanied them to even in his exaggerated diatribes Crarlotte. i there is always a grain of truth: "Toward the end ot the war sheer Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shuford have "5, E?5!l J returned from a honeymoon trip to 1 . . . i i u the mountains in the western part of ai " rf,i w1 the state and are, stopping with Mr"'1'."1 a , " 1 V,T: Shuford's parents, Mr. Jones W. Shuford, on street. and Mrs. Seventeenth Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D'Anna and children, Helen and Hugh, Jr., and Mrs. John Stephens .have returned from a delightfiul trip to Beach Ha ven, N. J; The trip was made to New Jersey and return .through the county. Miss Maud Minish was resting very well at the Richard Baker Hos pital today where 'she was biought last night. Miss Minish was in an au tomobile accident this side of Blowing Rock and was injuired when the car in which she was riding tumbled down the side of the mountain. their competence and not for political reasons." "Every demand upon concentration is being as far as possible eliminated from modern life The Victo rian Low-Church Sunday despite its implied insult to' God as the enemy of all happiness, was based upon the idea of devoting one whole day in every seven to a more or less contin uous devotion to his service. The old leading article was a serious and de liberate appeal to a judge capable of following the case without any spe cial effort to lighten his task by sea soning it with intellectual spice." We list below some special items that are selling big every day. The tirade has been quick to recognize these as real values. :, v.,;1:lVijll!MiliaS 40 in. New Summer y oiles Q) . . . ,. . 25c yd. 40 in. Extra Fine y oiles Q) . . . , . . 39c yd. 42 in. New Sport Voiles Q) . . . f. . 50c yd. 39 in. Fine Sea Island Muslin ... 12 Jc yd. 100 pieces Fine Dress Gingham fc 19c yd. "Humming Bird" Silk Hose ..$1.00 pr. "Humming Bird" Silk Hose. Q .$1.50 pr. "Bursons" Stripe Silk Hose ..-. $1.50 pr. "Saxon" Gingham Dresses Q) . . . . $2.00 to .$5.00 ea. "Model" Bandea Brassieres r . .50c ea. "Model" Elastic Corset Brassieres a) $2.00 ea. "Hand Made" Fine Batise Waists (a) . .$3.00 ea. All Silk Dresses . . .One-Fourth (!) Off Fine Silk Skirts up to 18.00 G $5.00 ea. AH Ladies' Coat Suits Q) One-Fourth Off All Wool Bathing Suits $1.50 to $7.50 ea. New Line Bathing Caps 50c to . . . . . . $1.00 ea. Big Line Sport Oxords and Pumps ) .............. $5.00 pr. Kemnant Counter One-Third to One-Half Off Regular Prices. 7 Real Silk Parasols .$4.00 to ...... $7.50 Many Other Specials, But We are Doing a Real Business on the Above Items Thompson-West Company "The Ladies Store We close every Thurb'day afternoon at 12 o'clock. J NOTICE , White, J W Burns, D F Whistenant, D A Yount, J A Rink, R M Pitts, j L Springs, J A Poovey, R F Poow. Wp thfi undersicned do hereby for- j A P Whitener, agent for W. C. V. bid or any persons hunting fishing Co., J J Sigmon, or crathering fruit or berries or rid ing or driving through the lands oi the undersigned .Anv person caught tresspassing on said lands will be prosecuted to the full extent eft the law. Signed, R. L. White Sr., G. W. 6-17-3t week 4 weeks pd If drinking interferes with your business tell the boss whcic vou got it Glen Elder Sentinel. ttm::::::n::is::--ii- Z3 You Know Bef orefia What Willard V Is Like No one will know, till ,the - gate re ceipts are counted, whether Conan Doyle or Colonel Simmons made the most money out of the invisible em pire idea. Life. A Long Walk This balmy weather makes us all want to walk, and we often return footsore! We have solved the tireyd aching feet problem - with OUR FOOT POWDER. Get a can today and sprinkle it in the shoes a,s well as on ;j'j.rih0i feet. Before you retire, bathe the feet and then sprinkle with OUR FOOT POWDER. "My, it feels good!" you'll say. Just try it. Lutz Drug Store When you trust your battery to a services' station that has nothing more than con4 venience to recommend it youVe taldnga cnance. v When you bring it into Battery Hea(f quarters you know it will have the best cardj and attention anybody . in the business knows how to provide. Every detail of the service we vc ha been carefully worked out by men who make a business of determining how battery users may best be served. You'll find the Wfl lard Standards of Service on our wall as Si declaration of our policies. Hickory Battery C 1226 Ninth Avenue Phone 393 . . ; ' ' , Representing dillard Storage Batteries "ON THB CORNER PHONES: 17 anw 11 m .. I 1112. jfjlWjWHOOOBPpU? fi-t;n.- i. ... L'l