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juESDAY EVENING, JULY 25, 1922.
HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE FIVE J'Jgf TfeiiteNext! 4 iSf Boitlcd I DOTTLED UriPEH AN Exclusive licence FflOM THE C7CA-COLA COMPANY. AT LAN TA. GA. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., HICKORY, N. C. ' BIM - I...., ii. ,,. i i i n Principals in Hammer Slaying. RKa pry l.:.. X J A ( ' PHoTo Dy .' fc"T:v Mrs. CJara Phillips (rlfiht) ib chnrai i'l. tl.c n.ur.kr i8. Albor MuuiowH, who w hammers t dvat, Tho c! Mrs PjKy Cuff,, (Ivft) l,d t hor h.U.-trr-. Tb !'"W'r v 'tR Damage done to houses and to the Boston & .Maine Railroad at Wllllmansctt, Mass., when two dams broke is estimated at $1,000,000.' The flam of Lanewald Pond burst. When the water swept Into Robert's Pond below, that dam collapsed. CJThe overturned, auto shows the force .1.. 4. r ' . . . . U1H WVTr.r ........ . " Firestone Cord 30x3 1-2 oversize $14.75. You save .$2.75 each. Isn't this worth while. Co. Catawba ire Ninth Avenue SEASON FOR BE! STORIES ST D II By the Associated Press. Prince George, 'B. C, July 8. Two amusing bear stories, both vouched for by reputable eye-witnesses, are going the rounds here. Forest fires in northern British Columbia during the past month have had a peculiar ef fect upon some of the wild animals of the woods, judging from some o the stories brought in to Prince George. A fight between a fire-crazed beai and a mule, in which the bear was worsted occurred at L. Mason's ranch, at Bednesti, B. C. The forest fire rout ed the bear from its lair, and in its dash from the flames into the open country it collided violently with a jack-mule. The bear was promptly stretched out on the ground by a double tattoo from the capable hind hoofs, and the mule calmly resumed its interupted grazing. Thoroughly angered, the bear pick ed itself up and cautiously approach- ed from a different angle. The huge paw was brought down wiih a re sounding thwack on the mule's ribs. This was unfortunate. The hoofs were again brought into play, after a quick accurate manoeuvre for position, and the fight was tailed off so far as the Lear was concerned. Mr. Mason, who had witnessed the unusual encounter, dashed to the house for a rifle to fin ish the bear, should any ba lel;c. Be fore he could get back to the scene, however, Bruin managed to get grog gily to his feet and return to the less exciting environment of the forest fire. A tire patrol ranger is sponsor for another bear story. While making a survey in the mountain district, he came upon a young tub suffering from soveio burns on feet and body. The youngster was whimpering from the pain and the forester took pity on it, lifted it into his car and there made it fait with some rope. The patrolman started on his jour ney only to discover that the mother bear had appeared and was in hot pur- IJ. A - ll. A. 1 1 .1 sun. tne iracic ran unnm at .is point, the bear, making long strides, gained steadily ana tne r?ceu xor strat egy was clearly indicated. The fores try book of; instructions does not cov er a situation such as this, but the ran ger was resourceful and decided that the best plan would be to throw the cub overboard. His attempts to untie the knots on the lashings which se cured the youngster to the machine, however, proved futile. Pursuer and pursued came to a yet steeper grade, with the advantage all with the for mer. Finally, with one mighty effort the old bear threw herself on the back of the car, holding on by her claws and paws. This is where the forester decided to retire in favor of the enemy. He dove off the car, and regained his feet in time to see it continuing its journey eastward, with a mother and child happily reunited as its passen gers. Later the automobile was found run down and everything intact except the side of the seat where the cub had been tied, the old bear having torn it out to release her offspring. - MRS RAYMOND HARRIS PASSES Useful Style Piftiili s J illl i :-:'V:.:-:-x : :-:-:-:-:-x c: '.Xv:-:-:-: :' 3 mm mm FORE Sec that bis ribbon trimming? Well, that covers an aluminum fan and when you're warm you just slip it off your hat and stir up a little breeze. Mrs. Samuel Lasdon, New York. Invented it. r Attraction ttllispii; wv w K Why worry about renting when you can have erected in a few weeks modern, com plete residence from four to eight rooms? Our Ready-Cut plans will interest you. Qur prices and terms you will like. See or write Contractor L. L Moss Hickory, N. C. No entry in the ivccr,' ;;j races at Milwaukee attract.-.i cor attention than Miss Ma '.yp. kins on an- old-fash! ci WEST HICKORY West Hickc'ry, July ITEMS 25. Mr. and The entire community was sadden ed this afternoon when it was learned that Mrs. Raymond Harris, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Little, had passed away after being seriously ill for some time. Mrs. Harris became ill about a month age and ten davs ago was brought to Hickory where everything was done for her that medical skill and loving hands could do, but to no avail and the end came today. Mrs. Harris was a geautiful type of young christian wonmanhood and her passing has caused deep grief in a wide circlle of friends. She was a native of Newton but came to Hickory several years pgo when her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Little, moved here to "reside. She was a talented young musician and was engaged in teaching for several years after completing her musical education at the Cox Conservatory of music, Atlanta, Ga in the early spring she was united in marriage to Mr. Raymond Harris, a member of a prominent Georgia family and went to Murphy to reside where Mr. Harris had charge ot one of a chain of marble plants which he and his father own in Georgia and NortP. Carolina. The young husband is - grief stricken over the death of hist wife and the sympathy of the entire town goes out to him and the sci rowing parents and relatives oZ Mrs. Harris. , , In auuition to her husband tne deceased is survived "Av her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Little and two' sisters and two brothers, Miss Myrtle Little prvj Mrs- Vena Little Goode oi iiick ' ory. Dr. Ralph Little of Asheville ami l Mr.' Byron Little of Atlanta, Ga. Funeral services will be conuuetea Thursday by Rev.. C. . S- Kirkpatrick, pastor cf the Fit Methodist church, assisted by Rev. Walter W. Rowe, pastor of Cornith Reformed church nd interment will take place in New ten in the family plot in the ceme tery there,. V w 1 ' OPEN NEW MUSIC HOUSE HERE SEPTEMBER 15 ' Mr. .Floyd Kenyon of Newton was Wp todav en route to uiowmg r.j;:. and made arrangements for interior '.hunp-ps in the store house he recenuy ;..Tior1 from Mr. tieo. -Ji.. msanar ' on Ninth avenue, and which he expects i to occupy about August 15. The form al opening of tne. ivenyon music House will be held about September 1 15, Mr, Kenyon said. . i Mr. F. A. Lackey will continue .n 'charge of the Newton house, bu" Mr. i Kenyon will move ms family to Hick lory soon. The company also con ducts a inusiflhoMeinH England, France and Italy are go ing to investigate Turkish atrocities. An.l then vthev ought to hang -every-: tjJf body found smoking one. Life, ivi.r;j. Waiter Carswell and little son of H ildebran " spen t Saturday and Sundny here with Mr. CarswelFs parents, Mr.and Mrs. M. A. Cars well. Miss MaryMilier.vrf Hildebvan was here Saturdav night visiting her friends, Miss Etta Carswell. Mk. J. E- Goodnight of Henry is here at present visaing hey daugnter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Chapman. The school trustees of West Hickc'ry report that they are about ready to have the houses moved from the lots that they recently purchased for the new schcol building and that they intend to start work on the new build- p.' in a short while. Mrs. N. W. Phelps and children spent sometime at Lenoir visiting he-" father the past week. Bornlo" Mr. and Mrs. Dan Huffman, a fine boy. Squire G- T. Barger, overseer ci the sninnin? department, is taking his week's vacation at present and he and Mrs. Barger and daugnter, lutie Miss Catherine are spending the first part of the week with relatives at Catawba and the latter part of he week they intend to go to Blowing Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burns and family TV mi. i Mrs. Levi Kenworthy and v,;ic,-, n,vi vir. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell and daughter, Miss Cora .. a t"i e ' a b'rthdav. dinner Sunday near Taylcrsville at the home ot vii'-i. Mitchell's father, Mr. D. Connelly. a The baseball team of West Hickory and the Newton star team played a e-ee Iv- Snturoav "'id tb score was 5 and 2 in favor of West Hickory- t LONG FIE W NEWS Mr. Robert Icard and Mr and Mrs. Ileivry Burch and granddaughter, and Mrs. Parkes Burch motored to Blow ing Rock tliis morning to spend the :!ay. Mr. P. D- Short taking them. in his car. . . The Epworth League of Westview met with the Bethel League Sunday morning at Bethel memorial church - ' "sr interesting program was redei-ed by the Westview League. i.r. aau Mrs. Bob Campbell of Chlotte arpvisiting Mrs:' Campbell's Is er 'Mr." Monn Frye. " Mr. and Mrs- George Barger and little raughter Catherine of -West Hick ory are visiting Mrs. Barger s father Mr. Adison Spenser in the country. Miss Maultie Icard of .Gfanite Falls spent Saturdav night with her sister Mrs. D. K. Frye in Longview. ! CECIL B. DEMILLE'S GREAT PRO DUCTION "MALE AND FEMALE" PASTIME TOMORROW ONLY Cecil B. Demille's great production "Male and Female" founded on the Admiral Grichton 'NSir James M. Barrier's noted play, has been booked for. return engagement of one day at the Pastime theatre tome'rrow. The cast includes Thomas Meighan, Gloria Swanson, Lila Lee, Theodore Roberts, Raymond Hatton, Robert Cain, Bebe Daniels Julia Fay,and other notabie j ars. If yea did not see this great picture when it was here before do rrot miss this your last opportunity. It's worth going miles to see- The price of admission was 50 cents be fore. This time the admission will be cnlv 10 and 3'& cents. Shows 3:5:7: and 9. Special music at the evening performance by Mrs. Hatcher. i PHYSICIAN SURPRISED "Hearing of some good results from the use of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy decided to try it oh a chronic case of indigestion and gastritis I was inetested in. After the first dose the patient was relieved of gas trouble and was soc.i able to eat radishes and many things he had not eaten in years " Itl removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract, and allays the inflamation which causes practically all stomach," liver and in tesctinal ailments, including appendi citis. One dose will convince or money refunded at all Druggists. Adv. While it unpacks no front-page cri sis, The Hague conference retreats to a back page among the household hints. Pittsburgh Post. There is Strength in EveryTablet One dose often helps com mence to enrich your blood and revitalize your worn out exhausted nerves Nuxated Iroii is a newer form of iron, like the iron in vnnr blood and like the iron in spinach. It is so prepared that it will not injure the teeth nor disturb the stomach. It is ready for almost immediate absorption and assimilation by the blood while some phy sicians claim metallic iron which people usually take is not absorbed at all. If you are not strong: or well you owe it to yourself to make thefollow ine test: See hoWlongr you can i work or how iar you can wain. without becoming urea, wexx taketwo five-grain tablets oi Nnntcd Iron three times per day, after meals for twoweeks. Thm test vour strength again and see how much you havegained. Nnnted Iron is sold under an absolute guarantee that your money will be refunded ii,you d. not ,. obtain perfectly satisfactory rwults. Tt 1 a this city pr lardware Co. Summer Specials Bread Boxes $2.25 to $2.50 Sanitary and Beautiful Adjustable Window Screens in Either Wood or Steel Frames Ice Cream Dippers and Shavers Ice Picks For the MenGood Razors $1 each riware Co. Everything in Hardware a ,-i y 4 . j