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WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1922.
THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE THREE '1 p. i" 'i ti ll n U til :ri X Li I H' f P t; rt I til P 1 H P 4i uuawtfa item ice Speesal This Week Made from Catawba County fresh peaclies " , Ask foWt For sale at leacKng fountains Greatest Dog i V' if " rt '.I ' -mr aid I SEil f; -J.- -if : CORRECT MUNICIPAL FINANCE News nd Observer, .4 The Goldsboro News, having ftoast ed that Goldsboro had completed its fiscal year with a surplus, added that Goldsboro was the only town in North Carolina it had heard of! that had this distinction. - . -j The Henderson D U .picks up the gaunlet so defia. ;;.6wn down by the Goldsboro iy.. and points out that not only has Henderson clos ed its fiscal year with a considerably larger surplus than that to a sur plus, but it has also closed it wicn the credit of the WJayne county1 cap- jual. f Our recollection is that Fayette i ville was to the fore some time' ago ! with a similar"' claim. These progres- sive cities are setting good examples for other communities, - large and small," everywhere. A municipality, like an individual," should : live scrup iously within its means nd above all things ? ghouljd avoid . issuing bjjnds to cover - floating indebtedness. I .pbercassel Boy, Europe's most .tamed, dog, has just won ki9 SOth prize at the International Alsatian Dos Show in England. Mrs. W. H. Widdows, his owner, has refused a! ortuae for him. rZTinm?, rrrrari tv. errs w mi "m m s I-1 ,; ?f9 La E: . 'i W y-i I 3VALLACE REID PASTIME TODAY ti ' Wallace Reid will be! seen at the $ Pastime theatre to'day in a return on of. the, best Paramount pictures he. ever made. It's one of hisbest automobile1 race pictures, full of pep md comedy. Agnes Ayres and Theo- P I MOTOR OILS U i dore Roberts are in the cast. '.V lieai aec! Clean i an Carry iVey pour can with you for safety Baker's Garage 9th i Avenue Phone 353 ... . i.DiGtnbutors Texaco Products .( Legion" Swimming Pool ; 10 a. m10 p. m. . Water Clean and Cool Special attention given women j?;V and children a if:;- Carolina Pax k R ' 3 !si' 4 .,, M mi " V-' 7 lll ' ea tea Pw- I? . J-.i. .'US' Vj Mismess ai ewllSf K '9 J - i NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX. ELEC TION IN SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. ' 3, HICKORY AND CLINES to WNsaiPS Notice i,s hereby given to . thej voters of said district that an election will be held at Peace Academy school house on August 5th 1922 to vc'te an additional tax cf 10 cts on the $100 i l ioipeifcy valuation. District boundary as follows : - Beginning at St. Stevens church and f ollo'sving Allen Frye . line to Herman Creek Thence up said , creek to R. S. Eck ards; Thence crdsing Springs road to Grassy fork creek; Thence following saifi creek to Snow creek; Thence f ollo'vving Snow - creek " to" St. - Stevens church to the'; foei'nnin.g.'!e; : R. E. Killian has been appointed registrar of said election and D; W Huffman and A. L. Mller Judges. Registration books .will be at vot ing place on Saturday, July 1522 and 29. Voters can register, at registrar's htfme any day between these; days., , W. P. BUM GARNER, Chairman, A .P. HONEYCUTT Treasurer. . ' ' .7-5 4t Wed- NOTICE OF SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT ':--'f-:;:K Whereas the undersigned was, in that special proceeding entitled "Jes bit; lieii vs Norman Bell"1 now pend ing in the Superior Court of Cataw ba County, appointed commission', with power and authority, to sell and convey the house and lofc hereinafter described; Now, therefore, the undersigned, Chas. W. Bagby, Commissioner, will sell at public auction, for ' cash, - to the last and highest bidder, at twelve o'clock noon on the 15th day of July, 1922, in'fro'nt of the First National Bank of -Hickory, North , Carolina, tha9 certain house and lot described as follows: - That certain house and lot in the southern portion of the City , of Hick ory, adjoining the lands t iflf Mary Jones aiid other.", beyining at a stone in Bubtown, ? Mary j-Iones' . . corner and runs sc'ath 115 feet to a stone, Carolina Robinson's T corner; thence cast, with her line, 63 feet to a stone on her line; thence north, with Andy Whitener's line, 113 feet to a stftne, Mary Jones' corner; thence west, with her line, G8 feet to the point oi ' be ginning. ' - " ? - This the 13th day of : June, 1922. CHAS. W. BAGBY, i . .' j. Commissioner. IHKSll ' 6-14-5t Wed. Kidnaped ptji lemparary Urnce iSetween rirst najional Bank and'Southem Public Utilities Cbmahy; X 5,., A - i :..-a ' v & J ; A. Brucd BlelaakI, former chief -f the bureau of investigation, De tartment of Justice, is being held 1 ?r 110,000 ransom near Cuernor Swa. Marten. y r ; Biblical Miss Perhaps you liave heard this: Gasoline is gasoline they're all alike." One might as well say, that shoes are shoes, soap is soap or tires, are tires. , "4 Just what drives that motor v in your car n A 1V11A I UIIKj Of irom lO AO puna i " l'""? of gasoline vapor loes it. Motor gasoline has to be volatile, so that it will vaporize readily, but that is n& all. The composition of that one part of gasoline vapor jomposition largely determines how well the motor performs. Motor gasoline must be more than just volatile; it should be properly balanced. It must contain ttte ngnt yfe proportion of light, ; intermediate and' Jieayy constit - '-y 1 uen is to afford instant ignition, abundant power and '' Sf .-fa-all iiitlnrrA . T. 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