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THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD
vvtuwtbUAY tVENING, JULY 5, 1922. un aaie ewerywswans mom s - - - b mw . How on ! SCO Die- r' H' 1:1 v 1 ''f- vt 5. f F - lllffl II BETCUA CAN'T GOV?? ) t QaiSfclf AJ' . ! -f Ij'l SbMETWNr,MOMBEF ') V , I ' ' 'I pi,S0O WU, NAME S FT OUTUATr AU. Q)SUT J OiVaArr ABOUT TOTEEN I g TUATLL GlE US' LoTS" V $AftS BEFo&F VoO y Fpu- OP "TIME To FIND X i This House is Sunburnt Buildings suffer from sunburn just' as people do, when, they're not properly protected from Old Sol's i grilling rays. Good paint gives the sun's rays no chance to warp and crack the wood,1 so that rain may drive in and start decay. ' DUTCH BOY WHITE-LEAD1 mixed with pure linseed oil is proof against all weather, and maintains handsome, smooth appearance through changing seasons. Drop in and sec us, or call us up, and lee us give you Che benefit of our experience, whether your job of painting be big or little. Our prices are right. - K surface and fc-J . LtaJSarts tkt Surfi Mid Ramseur and Olive Webb Telephone 383-J (Tyvo New' Wafer Stunts A, far CP V x LANDIS ON THE JOB Our marchant marine evidently needs Doth suosiay and sudsidy. Allantown Chronicle and News. Take 6 dttcV says the Atlantic coast mermaid above who has :a Cloves, saying they helr her swim. tw ten Muriel Quackenbush Washington, D. C, who's ertfoy. waitlseason'j.pestjselleri C BSIFIED re drugstore naus- pbination news-and l. it.. . i, and said to thi lant: "Literary Di. a I' pest, please." "Will you excuse me, sir, if I ask you to point it out?" she asked. "I'm a new: eriVl here, and haven't yet time to learn the names of half the cijrars. Incident Reported by a Read er. inn L'OOlS o the best work a Carpenter real- e must have the best tools. And hy moat Carpenters come here. w our tools are all guaranteed. brd Hardware Comp any pr ingneld Republican. IJaby iiuth's iionie run in Monday's game in Boston, following his last suspension for abusing the umpire, must have pleased Judge Lanclis more than anybody. According to one of the baseball writers: iieiijre Ruth went out on the field he had an interview with Judge Kerw saw M. Landis, baseball commissioner or, as a matter of fact, Judge Land is had a little seance with tne Babe. Plain truths, truths which one may well imagine were told the Babe so plainly and forcibly that he said he'd never again transgress the rules. What the judge-commissioner said to the ho:ne-iun king would probably do many other people a world 01: good, it really ougut to ha pinted. iiuth has bean nearly spoiled by his immense fame, his enormous salary and his lack of self-control. If he has suffered acutely from one of the most fatal of the disease of the great, the swelled head, no one need wonder. Judge Landis could have given him a i kindly grandfatherly lecture calcu lated to restore to such a player his equilibrium. The judge has tne nation al game well in hand. lie gets up with it in the morning and he puts -it to bed every night. PHILADELPHIA LUTHERAN Granite Falls. Rev. J. J. Bickley, -pastor Vesper services with weekly choir practice at 8:30 o'clock, subject, "Glory Quenches Suffering." nom. 8:18- The public is cordially invited to worship with us at all our services. While of an original turn of mind the St. Louisan with two automo- i biles, who cut a license plate in two, j g and used half on each, couldn't think , m up anything for cutng the $25 fine j p m two when the case got into- court, m St. Louis Globe-Democrat. TRADE MARK REQ pf for the liver Beware of imitations. Demand lae genuine in 1 Oc and 35c pack ge bearing above trade mark. v. te miss remains . them HEN'USCO'announced its new low price of $10.90 last Fall, the makers were already busy develooine a still greater Usco". value. The new and better f Usco" as you see it today with no change in price and tax absorbed by the m anuf acturer. You'll note in the new and better "Usco" these features Thicker tread, giving greater non-skid protection. Stouter side walls. Altogether a handsomer tire that will take longer wear both inside and out. The greatest money's worth of fabric tire in the history of pneumatics. United States Tiros United States Rubber Company Th Oldest and Lmrwtt tmr GryaMMM m Mm fTiarfcf jonnsons Garage, Hickorv. N. C Where You Can Buy U.S. Tires: Hickory Auto Corp., - Whitener Motor Company, i Piedmont Vulcanizing Company j" Hickory, N. C, Hickory, N. C, Hickory, N. C, (!!iili!:ili!!l!!l!l!l!!!ailIl!IIIBIllI!l!H lime m Advertising A WEAK; RUII-DOWM Carolina Lady Got So She Could Just Drag "Cardui Built Me Up' She Declares. Kernersville, N. C. In an interest ing statement regarding Cardui, the Woman's Tonic, Mrs. Wesley Mabe, of sear here, recently said: "I have known Cardui .; for years, but never knew its worth until a year or so ago. I was in a weakened, run-down con dition. I became draggy--didn't eat ox Bleep to do any good; couldn't do any thing without a great effort I tried different remedies and medicines, yet I continued to drag. "I decided to give Cardui a trial, end found it was just what I really needed. It made me feel much strong er soon after I began to use it. I be gan to eat more, and the nervous, weak feeling began to leave. Soon I i was sleeping good. "Cardui built me up as no other tonic ever did. "I used Cardui with one daughter who was puny, felt bad and tired out ell the time. It brought her right out, and soon she was as well as a girl could be. We think there is nothing like Cardui." " Do not allow yourself to become weak and run-down from womanly troubles. Take Cardui. You may find It juat what you really need. For more than 40 years it has been used by thousands and thousands, and found just as Mrs. Mabe describes. At your uruggicts. NC-143 Biffeireiji Men NOTICE Bids will be received at the office of the First Building and Loan As- i sociation for the tearing down and ing. Bids will be opened at 12 o'clock, noon, June 30th. Right is, reserved to reject any and all bids. AH parties interested can call at office for full particulars. J G. R. WOOTTEN, Of itself advertising is little. And the differences in it are the differ ences which exist in men. Just as some men are strong and virile and interesting, so is some advertising. And just as some men are ineffectual and weak arid bor ing, so is some other advertising. ; "Does it pay to advertise?" It pays those men who are . keen enough students of the public to make it pay; them. It pays these men who are truthful, sincere, in teresting and believable. It pays the men whose products deserve the payment, whose brains ,are keen enough to organize for success and judge enough of the human mind to know how "to tell their story with sincerity and inter est. So, when you judge advertising, judge it by how it is used and by whom-nat of itself and of itself alone. Remember, an ugly man looks just as( ugly in a mirror. Published by Hickory Daily Record, in CoGperatiori with American Association of Advertising Agencies i - Jsecrctary-Treas. 1 1 wmHimmimiuiHHHHHHiiliHiiH'iHiiiMiiiniti uitnmuiniiiuiiHiiiHiHintiiHKMiiHiir ryi-"J.