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luLY IS, 1922. - M : HICKORY DAILY RECORD 0j THREE ifc"
INVKSTKiATEllenderscn Cords! -. -msf j,,,', ,7",., " .,7- " ' before you retire. Catawba Tire Co., ' . j ' 11 . t.ij,- VISIT OUR SECOND HAND DE par (merit. Wo exchange new furni tiue for old. Tipton Furniture Co. 7-18-5t be rent a word for each' insertion FURNITURE SALE NOW GOING on. All seasonable goods reduced at Tiptons 7-18-5t 'his size llirce cents a ord. If IIS SIZK TWO CENTS A WORD li ads cash with copy. Count the i'lls before sending in your copy 1 : : DO YOU want to save money? Then ouy your tires irom Catawba lire Co., ' G-18-5t x M E FATK A FINIS PEACH. Belle of Oorgia-salnbis and cilas. A. J 17 Men, Tuos, Sat, 3 wks. Baker, nlione 'J 13. RENT TO GISNTM2M I3N Nicc f i i n I x. 1 uni . i ,'fjti t uv-slairs rooms. Mi ,anu 'floor. 1 ll i 1 '! h Jit J. f. thirli field. 7.15-It pd 5D DRY STOVlf OR HEATER jod delivered by truck. !J3. Write telcr.dumo J. F. Punch, wlon II-J, and orders will bo. mptly filled. 7-1-ltit-pd. Vni:EU. CANT, AND I FHOL frer suit;-; at re tucvd piiccs t?i!s Tipton's . 7-lS-nt 1 ... i ., SAMv OWING TO SICKNESS 1 fiiivi irice !c."U il'ul bungalow 'th nearly ;! acres land, investigate 5s p,'(.;i in:: b'.d'i. 're buying. See Sk Ku-aic near lyio-roHs Store. ' 7-10-2wks pii. j, j' sal-: k-iall nusiNuss in jckoiy r.ubut !)" (hK vi-vm drink.-', t: , kj-.-.ukt-., '.-"$) hUA: and .fix ft.. Dwelling and atoYc vent free, tod industrial location. $1.C00 to itO'l cash ne'-e.-siary. Addre'.; K. I Care Record. 7-13-tf Lt 1 ; r - 'V. ' s'.... ' i "Kfe' i-v- ; ':'x":-iAcJ Smr W i FOUND liLACK ' HAND R.C. O.wner describe contents. J. O. Wlii nant. 7-18-St FOR SALE 1920 MODEL FASS injjer Uuick six !p80D. Abernethy Motor Co, .7-7-tf FOR SALE FORD TOURING CAR first $150 gets it. Abernethy Motor Co. 7-7-tf .OST- enr cord -(JOi.D V.AR FIX WITH middle, office. Return to Re-7-1S-21 LOANS (n inmroved farm lands. 7 and 10 years. Interest at oVi per . cent: amounts of $1,000 and up. (Miickamaiiu-a Trust Co., II. J. Sin Rkton, Atty., Lenoir, N. C. 7-li-t 1 SALi: FORD TOURING CAR. fettric startt i. -JOO. Abernethy iv Co. 7-7-tf tS DIRIvCT Fi.O.V; FACTORY A jdKMIo DKili.-! . m o i it. Look 'era k'f bei'oro vou buy. Carolina Sup- 7-lJ-ot pi! Co. TIOT1CK .ik d bids wilt !)- re'.".:ived ,by the W! ,.f .Qfl-w-nl 'i't-;: fc n( !if Town lost Hickory uvtit 8 p. m. July VJ-2'2 nV the school building in Iliekovv. when and where they Le opened, for the movinj of two BIS ii 1 HEAD Detailed information may, from the ur.dursisncjd. be ,.7 rij.rht to reject any aau rc 'M'ved. , . 15h day of .July, T.-52. J. LEK DROWN." Secretary-7-tr)..Gt CRi?iSOX CLOVER Wy Criiuson Clover pev Bl. Fancy Red Clove- per tl. Cotton hags 05 onts each, f L. R- STRICKER CO. ,:' fob Asshovillo Tii(yp. A1T1IURX TJ RES r before I.iuying. Carolina J-'up- Co- -l.j-ot L)o i ' i i r v 4 :, j Wit T A UTit i. client off this WCCK. iipvon - n -18-5t TACKLE WE HAVE IT. i-lol pu din.'i Suppi Co. Xl'.i) AT ONCE. CLIMAX on rnfjs. Clay Printing Co. RET WEEN FOSTOl'FKB Sinjtrer SewiiiiT Machine ol'iieo s' fountain pen with initials .M. P.." on R'old band. Finder. ii,e return tu Singer qwhvj. lino office. y-h-c SITCHIXG AND PECOTING cived next Wednesday and .lay. Will be done at 7c per , :.-u: table thread furn'shed. Mrs. ,. Creedi, '2U 12th avenue, , .;r,i)-J. 7-11-lt pd. Cr TAX TRAVELING RAG SAT- ' ju-'ht t-tatin. Contained rain cat, pair white flannel , ... niy.i cf.Mii v.ib'oiiilo TianciS' ti"n card 'with name Felix i.-ctto- Finder return to uet- 'fico and receive i'v;"V , 7-17-3t pd TED- Christian home on tann 11 year old boy. S. J. Lawrence. bno U'Jl-L, VVCSt UiCKory. 1ED- To rent tlirce or four nw, tloso in, on ;win iu road. Telephone Record oilicc 7-17-at. KAl.l-A FINE .JERSEi r.m.sv John P. Chapman, l'lione iu-u By the Associated Press. 'London, June 30. A London police coin i' jud.t?e rebuked a policeman tn. other day for clubbing a jn-isoner ov er the head before arrestinp; him. lit did not censure the policeman for striking the man with his club, as he was ,violeut, but for striking him ov er the head with it. He said the police .nr.n ouht to have hit him over the legs or some other portion of his ana tomy. The incident serves to illustrate a striking difference between the com parative freedom allowed' the police in America in using force in subduing an oi.stieporous prisoner and the re strictions that are sought to be impos ed upon them here under similar cir cumstances. And some other clilter encea, too. The man who was clubbed was hail ed before the police court judge on the charge of assaulting a policeman who was trying to get a drunken wo man to a police station. The policeman said he was surround ed by a hostile crowd of about 200. Wh it p"nee.d th man who wrs clubbed struck him on the face and body. In the struggle both fell -to the grounu and someone then kicked the policeman in the ribs. The. policeman drew hi? club and hit. Whitehead, who was still showine fight 'Must where I could reach him easiest." In many crt London's streets a hos tile crowd baiting a policeman is as cotnmon a sight as in the United States it is a rare one. Here the policeman carries a "trun-chcon'-which is by.no means such a formidable weapon as the American nolicemnn's club. And if he hits a vio lent prisoner over the head with it when he ouaht to have hit him some where etie, he is apt to get into trou ble. Orlv when he is on a very dan gerous "beat" does he carry a revolver. The rough who assaults him ordinar ily runs no risk whatever of getting shot and very little of getting badly hurt. Therefore he is not afraid of a "srrap" with a policeman, especially whrn drunk. ' ' There is a strong feeling here against arming the police and it must bo assumed that those who have .au thority over them know their owr business best and what is best for the protection of the police. REV T. P. JIMISON MAY RUN FOR STATE LABOR HEAP A boom for Rev. Tom Jimison. pastor cfvthe First Methodist church f Snencer, for president the North Carolina Federation of Labor has beer, stalled it is understood. The minis ter was a speaker at tjie meeting helc Sr.tXTday night in North Charlotte b the 'striking s,hnr crafts and hi? interest in the strike is thought to give, him stveng. support among the crafts memberi James F. Barrett, editor . of The Charlotte Herald, is president of the federation now. There is an indication that he is finding the duties of the office too pressing and would prob ably suppr.'rt the candidacy of the Spencer minister. Mr. Jimison is chap lain of the federation and is an active worker in its behalf. Charlotte Ob- A' Peg-Legged ;Pet -A GOOD COOK AND i.,(,r,i,i- Vvrfor settled wo- Permanent and good wages to party. See or "'write A. W. md, 1121 Ninth avenue. 7-17 3t iALE GOOD YOUNG F11ESH cow your price. L. J'lagicr. 7-17-2t pd AND YOUNT, CONTRAC- painting, paperhanging, tint all intierior finishes. Wo cary paper in Stock. Estimates fur service and ciuality. - J E Abce 071 Ij ji'ckoi, Box 375 pd. Tues. Thurs. Sat. bin C. E BOWL AND PITCHEK ..: given away Thursday night o person holding luckv ticket Y- M C. A. theatre, Went ,,v ' 7-17-31 TITIE SOLD BOUGHT. EX- scrver, . : ' ' . . Mr. M. A. Reed of Cedertown, Ga., is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Those who are in favor of suppos ing the liquo'r tariff on American pas senger ships ougnt io coonui former Secretary Dauiels. He dried up the navy Detroit a ree rresa. SCHOOL TEACHER'S FRIENDS MADE GLAD One f,'f them had this to .say yester. day. "Wo never thought that poor Ellen wculd ever recover- she had suffered so long from stomach and liver trouble and had lost more than 40 pounds in weight. She too'k a bot tle of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy up on'' the advice of her aunt and has steadily improved from the first dose. We are all confident of her complete recovery." It removes the catarrhal mu."U3 frc'm the intestinal tiact, and allays the inflamation which causes r. radically all stornacn- aver ana - in Ion I'Kl'j MiljJ' itw"'1'1 i I teptinai aiimeoLH, jhi-iuuihj; .iitii d, repaired and upho'lstercd Qnc (ose wjij convince or money Furniture Co. . 7-18-5t refunded at all drugists. Adv, . 'I'M -."H ''iZ.hfr'tZ; tt,i f w.nYca tv.o rt Airedale of Teddy Ayres, San Fram i. i , ur,t- rinr ii "qvpfl. A.ad here's trie aoz wite Cisco, tne ooy yivww - -t a leather leg that ttraos over his bacij. -' t. . . . W!)?n Mercury Sizzles I fulA ' COPYBICHT IV US t Calico has come back into favor for dresses to wear when tJie mer c-ury hits 90. Figured batiste, ging- r ham ana dotted Swiss also will bo Re-Vig orating-Cooling efreshinff The successful business man knows the value of an Electric Fan. -Every particle' of energy counts these days and bodily. comfort is the first requisite of effi ciency. Get the best out of yourself in the office and.at home by providing: Eleelric Fans whereevcr they will add comfort and increase efficiency. - : Subscribe for The Hickory Record I uaKMamwamMrrrrumaiae mMwamiHiiiM inn n WWm mora rawaor cm read Boxes 2.2S to $2.50 Sanitary and Beautiful A a- : . '....-'....." Adjustable W Wood indow Screens m el Frame either or Si Ice Cream Dippers and Shavers Ice Picks For the MenGood Razors $1 each Ski rd lar ware Co, Everything in Hardware : 't i it- : a 5- . ':i-