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TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1, 1922.
PAGE FOUR muivuni uh i li ncounu The Bisanar Store Service a tiH You always got the best quality, latest styles and lowest prices. ' . Expert repairing promptly executed, Geo. E. Bisanar Jeweler and Optometrist. JWatch inspector So. and C. & N. W. Rys. In Temporary Home HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO General Insurance and Bonds Office hot ween First National and Southern Public Utilities Co. Swim Legion Swimming Tool 10 a. no. 10 p. m. Water Clean and Cool Special attention given women and children Carolina Park y SE RECORD UIANT se Hecosd yljANT Have ,Vour AUTO TOPPING AND UPHOLSTERING Done At HICKORY AUTO & TOPPING COMPANY J. G. Wolfe, Manager Went lllh Avenue" Electric Shoe Shop F. M. THOMPSON, Proprlatox First Claw Work Grut4 Fhoi 101. Work DliYrrt 1011 14th BtrMt, Klekory, N. C. (Geo. E. Bisanar ' DOCTOR OP OPTICS Error of Refractio aad U Ojti cal dfeU eorret4 with proprlj IHUd glaatM. - Ofic and xaminatlon toom la torn ctlom with Jwlr7 Btcrc. CYRUS C. BAEB Bfm. Am, Sod Clril Ibgro. Waterpowar, Watrwork aad Sawaraga LanHb-iiYJaio Highways. Hickory. N. C Cfcm. Com. Bldf . 3 Addraii: GraaiU Falls, N. C. G. W. RABY, M. D., D. C. CHIROPRACTOR and Spinal Specialist Over Essex Jewelry' Store Chiropractic Eliminates the Cause of Disease. Phone 628-J Jitney Schedule . HlekoryLcaelr Iltaey Sck4al4 Laara Lenoir 8:10 F. 1L Uave Hickory 8.00 P. It ArriT for No. II aad II, C. E. ROBBINS Fire ' Fire INSURE BEFORE IT BURNS CITIZENS INSURANCE & REALTY CO. W. H. LITTLE, Mgr. Let Us Protect You Phone 108 or 146-L Fira ' Fira We do all kinds of (Welding and Brazing Johnson s Garage THONE 377 Satisfaction smsssssa . CONSTANCE TALM ADGE PASTIME TODAY Constance Talmadge's latest 'film production, "Wedding Bells," pictur ized from the very successful stage play ot the same title, will be the at traction at the Pastime theatre today and tomorrow. . Maintaining all of its original charm in humorous situations, but enhanced by the frolieksome personality cf Con stance Talmadge, "Wedding Bells" is a pic ture that comes strongly recom mended as one of Miss Talmadge's best. Don't miss this one. Added attraction, Pathe News. Reg ular admission 10c and 20c. It'.-? a mighty well-trained conscience! that can be taught to speak only when j it is spoken to. IPEPSI-COLA BOTTLING vCO. - , Hickory, N. C, Hickory Lodge No. 343 A. F. ft A. M. Recalftr communiettiom and Third Moaday mighta. Brathrra cordially ixviUd t prtstnt. P. J. SUTTLEMYRE, W. VL W. L. BOATEIGHT, Sc Tint A.J.ESSEX Graduate Optometrist Office in Jewelry Store where yoor eyes receive expert service "without the use oC drugs. Hickory Harness Co. Manufacturers of all kteda ot HAR1SES3, BRIDLE. SADDLES '"AND STRAP WORK Bepairiag a Specialty HIC50ET. N. C. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE I have gome very desirable city and country property for sale. If interested, see, phone or write , J. W. HOKE, Hickory, N. C. , ... Telephone 94-J J. C. DeRHODES General Insurance Notary Public Office Over Yoder's Carry and Save GLENN R. FRYE M. D. Office over Hickory Drug Co. Ofiice Phone, 96 Residence 447-L Chase & Sanborn SEAL BRAND COFFEE Best grown in tKe World ' WHitener & Martin " ifiss Ora Sumpter 01 Newton is the ju-ast of Mrs. Floyd Roseman on Eighth street. . Miss Louise Ingold, after spend ing1 several days in Gastonia, return ed home today. Miss Myrtle Taylor has returned from Asheville after attending shim mer school at the Asheville Normal. Mrs- A. N. Lutz of Granite Falls was the guest ycsterdiy of Mrs. J. W. iloke. Miss Mary Ramsay arrived from Gastc'nia this morning and is the guest of Mr- and Mrs. Geo. W. Hall. Miss Lois Herman of Newton was the guest for several days of her aunc Mrs. Avery Whitener. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Shuford and fam ily returned from Asheville yesterday where they spent the week-end with Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Shuford. Mjss Grace Patrick returned today from Charleston, S. where she has been visiting friends for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Cline and child ren and Mr. and Mrs. C. Rcyiic'ids and . children spent Sunday at tho Bridgewater lakes. ; Miss Sallic Bricc Spratt returned fvom Chester,.; S. C. this morning after visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Spratt, Sr. ' Mr. and Mrs. George Craig c'f Ashe ville came down Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs. Walter S. Taylor, Mr. Craig returning to Asheville the first of the week. Mrs. Howard Rittenberry, formerly Miss Mabel Whitener of Hickory, re turned home with her cousin, Miss Lois -Herman, of NeAtc'n for a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Blackwelder and children went to Blowing Rock Sat urday afternoon. Mrs. Blackwelder and children will spend the remainder of the summer at their cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ballinger mo tored to Blowing Rock Sunday. Mrs. Ballinger is spending this week with Mrs. Blackwelder at the Blackwelder summer cottage at the rock. - Miss L. E. Lucas andJVIiss Sallic Lucas of Raleigh were" 'guests today of Mrs. R, C. Love, stofJing over on their way home fro'm Blowing Roclr where they spent some time. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Jones and daugh ter, Miss Louise Jones, of Salisbury, returned Sunday afternoon from the Happy Valle y where they attended the birthday celebration of Mr. Jones' mother, Mrs. W. D. Jones. Mrs. A. Lacy Holt and children, Miss Katherine.. and ''Master Fred Holt- K Burlington ; returned homei today; after being guests of her daughters, Mrs. Roy Long and Mrs. Chas. W. Dellinger. Mr. E. DeF. Heald accompanied several of the boy scouts this moru- ng to Edgcmont from where they will go on several hiking expedition;. Others in the party were i. award ennell, flames Walton, Donald Cilley, Robert Menzies and Jack Hatcher. .Mrs. Kennon Smith of Canada, Mrs Osborne Smith of Milton and Mrs. John Swcaringen of Bartow, -Ma., are guests of Mrs. J. H. Patrick on Fifteenth avenue. Mrs. Kenno.i Smith is well known , here, having lived n Hickory a number of years ago and it will be a source of much m trcst of her many friends to welcome ler here again. Mr. aJd Mrs. Truman Sherrill have returned from Burlington where they vcre eruests over the week end cf relatives of Mrs. Sherrill- They were accG'mrvaYiied home" by her sister, Miaa Pauline Whittecioxe of, Burling ton and Misses Doris" and Ruth Bivens of Hillsboro' who will be their guests for several days. t 'if m e i m i '. - Mrs. H. D, Abernethy and Miss Clar issa Abernethy returned yesterday af ternoon from Salisbury where they spent several days on their way home from Greensboro where Mrs. Aber nethy took a summer course at the North Carolina College for Women. While Mrs. Abernulthy was taking summer work Miss ADernetny neia a position in the college office to be with her mother. Miss Margaret Hood of Greensboro accompanied them home for a visit. HIGH POINT WON IN FIREMEN'S CONTEST High Point won the honors in the water contest at the firemen's tc'arna ment at Morehead City last week, the furniture makers getting water in 9. 2-5 seconds. Statesville was first in the chemical test. In the tourna ment here July High Point made the connection in 13 seconds on a wet,' slick track, Statesville winning the purse.." Next; year's convention and tc'uTiigmeht .will, be held, at ' Durhani.: W. F- Burns -was the; delegate of the Hickory department. - ' GOOD NEWS FOR " WESTVIEW METHODIST Unless you think you can receive and do more good by being somewhere else. I want all the people of our congregation to meet me Wednesday night at 8 o'clock at Westview Me thodist church. I "have a big piece o'f good news to tell vou. J. R- WALKER, Pastor. ; BUSH.DIETZ ' A ' marriage of much interest to their many friends took place at Holy Trinity Lutheran church last night when Miss Bertha Louise Dietz, oldest daughter of Mr8- O.-K, Dietz became the bride of Mr. Richard Milton Bush soh of Mr.' and Mrs. P. B, Bitsh of Tjprinir. The rino" edremoitV of' the Lutheran church was used, the cere mony being performed by Rev. C. Ii. W. Kcgley, pastor of Holy Trinity, in the presence of; a few close relatives and intimate friends. - Immediately after the. ceremony the young couple boarded the evening train for Washington and Atlantic City af ter which they will return to Hickory and for the present. will make their home with the bride's mother on Eighth avenue. There, were no attendants, the bri dal couple entering together. The bride was very attractive in a blue suit of tricolette with sand colored hat and accessories to match.. She is a very pretty and attractive young, woman and is admired by a host of friends. Mr. Bush is a young business man of the city possessing many admirable qualities which have won for him countless friends. Announcements reading as follows have been sent out: Mrs. Olander Kope" Deitz announces the mai-riage of her daughter . Bertha to ' Mr. Richard Milton Bush on Monday, the thirty-first of July Nineteen hundred and twenty-two Hickory, North Carolina MRS JONES CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY The beautiful southern home of Mrs. W. D. Jones in the Happy Valley, re nowned Xor years for its gracious and cordial hospitality of the true south ern style, was the scene of a happy gathering Sunday when Mrs. Jones' children .and grandchildren with the exception of several who - were visit ing in Georgia, and a number of friends gathered to celebrate her eightieth birthday anniversary which occurred that day. Of: all the merry gathering Mrs. Jones was-declared to be the youngest and was the center of loving atten tion. She is an interesting conversa tionalist and keeps abreast with the times and although advanced in years, she retains her interest in the young people and in spirit is equal to any of them. Among those present to do her hon or cu.,thiii- occasion were Mr. and. Mrs. E-' Bryafis Jones and Miss Louise Jones of , Hickory, Mr. and - Mrs. Port Jones c'f Tennessee Mr. .Liavenpori; and Miss Kate Carroll Jones and Mt Walter Jones of , Bridgeport, Tenn.', and Misses Maty LoiP Mc.Campbell and Sarah Porter of Birmingham, Ala. f . , Miss Lily JtfAes, .Who"., lives. -with her mother, asisted in entertaining the guests. Another daughter; Mrs. W. A. Hajl of HicKory was absent, she and her two daughters, Misses Virginia and Nancy Hall being on a visit o points in Georgia. j m ."o- " FAMILY REUNION AT HOME ' MR. Q. A. WILFONG . On Sunday a reunion of the family of Mr. Q. A. Wilfong was ; held at his hospital home in the county when the children .and' grandchildren c'f Mr. Wilfong, several of his nearest neighbors and other relatives met for a day together. Each one present brought a well filled basket and at noon a bo'untiful repast was spread on the lawn under the shade of the spreading brances of the bejp.utiful trees.' Everything there goes into the making o'f a de lectable picnic feast was spread o'n the snowy cloths and ample justice was done to the culinary arts of the Catawba counV women by every one present. The lunch was supple mented with delicicus watermelons, peaches, grapes and other fruits of the season- The occasion, ajiappy one in every respect, is one that will long be re membered. In addition to the children and grandchildren there were present Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Whitener and famjly, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Tate andfamily and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfong Tate and family of Hickory, Mr. J S. Wilfong of Jie Rock House, an o'nly living brother, Mr. and Mrs. Will Gaither and Mrs. Belle Wilfong of Newton. .. DR. GLENN R. FRYE LOCATES IN HICKORY Dr. Glenn R, Frye, who graduated from Lenoir College in 1917, took the two-year medical course at the Uni versity of North ' Carolina, completed his preparation at the Jefferson Medi cal college in Philadelphia in 1921 and spent a year as resident' physician in the Presbyterian hospital in Philadel phia, has come to Hickory and opened an: office over the Hickory Drug Com-pa-ny. Dr. Frye is a native of States ville. .-j Dr. Frye liked Lenoir- College and Hickory and after completing his pre paration decided i on this city as his home. He already has hundreds of friends in Hickory and this section. -As a member of the Lenoir College baseball team, Dr. Frye will be re called by many fans. " . ; IN. RECORDERS COURT "John Hardy and Fred ; Corpening were taxed $10 and costs each for fighting by Recorder Russell yester day. It appeared that they had got held of some new brandy or other moonshine. h Bud Whitener of Bakers mountain was given four-months' for resist ing an officer and 03 days for being drunk. Bud did not want to go' with Sheriff Mauser.and his deputy and put up a fight He appealed from the four months'! sentence. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Shuxoid, Mi Katherine Shuford and Mr. lliltco Shu-ford have .returned froma dt liBtful visit to Asheville and Mt. Mitchell. At thd fermer place they were guests of Dr. and Mrs, E. . Se trip to the top ol Mt. MitcheU was made by way . ot the new wa recently opened up. 1 rom tae termina iWA of. the road at the hot' a chmb of about a mile is fteu.t0. t;lf! on foe:. Mt. Mitchell, the higho . pe east of the Rockies is famed thiougb out this country arid tne . pictui esqueriessd fdeur Qt the scen- ery is marvelled ai, "-. tn. maW the trip daily. The trip J;o Mitchell . is made , qver a ?"f road to avoid motor acqidentsano the journey up tne muu iwiu be- in tne mc rning, the return " i v to il mg vuu . , j m Art hnnd IS COlieticu j..- all visitors. -Befove making the trip to Mt. Mitchell Mr. Shuford arid party met up with the state forester, Mx. Moser a Catawba county' man. On the way home the party passed two wrecked auto-mobiles, oi- at Risw-ir mountain 'where, two passenger? were killed and one at Oldort wo No. 11 str uck a car about 2 :30 o clocu c, nfternoon at a railroau cjs ir killing tnree pcrso-ns a..u -wo othefs. The accident ocurred J -cut where it is ' impossible to see tn train before driving on the track the it is said. , -. i;u, Mr Shtvxord anu party made ti t trip to the -mountains and back hc in bis new x Anderson W mis&p and Mr. Shuford was ingh 1 pleased' with nature's- wonder and ui the vestern part the state ' .; HAPPY, WOMEN ouii"".v ,i -.inrinsr Plenty of Them in Hickory, And Good Reason For It. Wouldn't any woman be happy, af ter years of bachache suffering, days of misery, nights of unrest, The dis tress of urinary troubles, when she finds freedom? Many readers will profit. by the following: - Mrs. J. F. Peterson, 509 8th .bt., Hickory, says: "Doan's Kidney Pilis are the best remedy I have ever used. My kidneys distressed me quite a long time and I suffered dreadfully with the irregular action. I was hardly ever free from headaches and was run down and had no energy. A friend rec ommended Doan's Kidney Pills and I used them getting them at the Hickory Drug Co. It was only a .short time bef,ore I was greatly" relieved. My kid neys were regulated and I felt fine." Price 60c, at all -dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Petersonhad. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. The man who borrows trouble' has to put his peace of mind as security Mrs. Mertz Tells How J-ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Helped Her Kutztown, Pa. "I wish every worn an who want3 children would try Lydia E. Pinkham's vegeta- table Compound. It. has done so much for me. My baby is al most a year old now and is the picture of health. She walked ateleven months and is trying to use her little tongue. She can say some words real nice. I am send ing you her picture. I shall bo thankful as lonr as I live that I found such a won- uenui meaicine iur iii.y uuuwea. Charles A. Mertz, Kutztown, Pa. Many cases of childlessness are cura ab!e. Perhaps yours may be. Why be discouraged until you have given Lydia E. Pinkham'3 Vegetable Compound a faithful trial ? Spoken and written recommendations from thousands of women who have found health and happiness from its use have come to us. We only tell you what they say and what they believe. We believe that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is so well adapted to the conditions which might cause your trouble that good will come to you by its use. v :. ; Merit is the foundation of .Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable Compound. It has behind it a record of nearly fifty years. Picnic Drink Bottles The Vacuum bottle is a picnic drink bottle. Something to car ry cold, drinks or hot drinks if jTcu wish at any distance and keep them hot or cold as you alease. High grade vacuum bot tles in many sizes and styles that will prove desirable acquisitions and do not call for much ex pense. . ,'-.,.. ., Lutz Drug Store 'ON THE CORNER" Phones 17 and 319 THANKFUL FOE A LITTLE CHILD Finest Choice $11.75 Straw Hats reduced One-Third ' Boys' Suits 25 per cent off Hart Schaffher'& Marx Suits at ex ceptional savings and are just the weio-hts for early fall wear for busi ness or-' school.' . V Our policy is to under-state rather than overstate our values. You will be surprised at the values we are offering. 4THe .Quality Shop" 1 1 " "' " .'; 7 ; ., , ',-, 'i.,J ' ' ' '' ' ' " An Campm 5 The Church of God field in the ' Large Tabernacle at West Hickory July 28tH to;Aiigust 6tK v 1:: Rev. J. A. Morrison of Anderson, In'd., and otlier able ministers from Virginia and North and South Carolina will be present to preach the Old Time Gospel in its sim plicity and power.' J. A. MORRISON a QUALITY AND PRICE Two principal factors to be considered in any purchase whether large or small. .When you are always assuredo f the best at the lowest price and often at a big say ing, it is well worth your consideration. There are reasons for the continued growth and popularity of our store. Bring or send your prescriptions to us. You will be pleased and you will appreci : ate it. ' a a u n n a u a a a Q THE GRIMES COMPANY Of Quality Co. eeting of Hours of Service's: Preaching at 10:30 a. m. Preaching at 2:30 .-p. in. '.' Preaching at .7:43 p. m. : Y p u n g , . People's -Meeting at 4:30 p. Dining Room on the Cafctera Plan will be on the Grounds. Come! All are Welcome. E3 li n m m m m m m m