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THURSDAY EVENINd, AUGUST 17, 1322.
HICKORY DAILY RECOftb PAG f oim - ax-.-; . : . 4.'" " . ; . " " ,' ' I . V " ' ' rtf these fp-k nnino r One Cent a Word for Each Insertion THIS SIZE TYPE TWO CBNTSA WOBI v This Size Three Cents a Word " All ads cash with copy. Count the words before sending in your copy NOTICE OF SALE OF PROPERTY FOR CITY TAXES By virtue of the authority vested in me by the City Charter and by or der of the .Mayor and City; Council, I will sell, at public auction to tnemign aat bidder-., for Cash in" front of the City Hall in Hickory, N. C, on the 18th 1QOO ut 19 n'lffk aay oi .innuc., - , noon, the following real estate for de linquent taxes due : tnereon ior ine vear 1921. - ?' - Persons desiring to pay their taxes before day of: sale can call.at City Office and by paying amount due ana 20c for advertising can procure their receipt. WHITE LOOK AND LISTEN. FOR SALE Oysters, first of the season. Get the best fish, mackeral and trout. Ship ments Tuesday and Friday. Call Rex Lunch Room, 1408 Tenth avenue. Phone 24S-J 8 17-Thur-3t. LOST ONE MALL BLACK, WHITE and tan setter bitch. Tan spot over 1 each eye. Reward for return or ' 'information leading to recovery. W. L. Hefner. Phono 146-.I 8-17-4t FOR RENT SIX ROOM HOUSE close in. 1102 Eighth avenue. Phone 554-J. 8-16-2t pd. WANTED You to know that I have opened a public stenographer's of- fue over the book store, Telephone 399. Mrs. Maude Wyatt. S-l6-4t-pd FOR SALE One Ford Sedan. Easy tfrms. Johnson's Garage. 8-11-tf 7 . , i FOR SALE 1 -ton truck. Easy terms. Johnson's Garage. 8-11-tf. FOR SALE 1921 FORD TON TRUCK with cab and body $375.00. Aber ' i flethyJ Motor Co. : . 8-7-tf SOY BEAN TAKING PLACE AS MAJOR CROP --Vashingtont CAugj lpThe soy -bean is . rapidly -taking a K place, as a major crop in the farming system of the corn belt, replacing oats to a considerable extent and taking part of , the corn acreage, says the Depart ment of . Agriculture. Although pn marilv used for forage, pasture and : ensilage, - the growing of seed during the last few years has Decome. a very profitable industry. The production of seed has now increased to the point where the supply greatly ex ceeds the demand for planting. County soyj bean associations, grow ers, county agents and extension of ficials, notably in Illinois and Indiana, have concerned themselves jn me ue Alien. Mrs. L. M.. 1 home .... ou.yi Applegate, D. T., 1 home, 18th . v street - 1592b JJBarger, Daniel, 1 home iu.o Rpach. R. u.. 1 home i. FOR SALE FIFTY-THREE, ACRES of late F. L. Herman farm, with dwelling etc. if wanted, or 46 acres (Berry, H. F., 1 home ... without buildings at bargain. Mrs. Ifiost: Bros., 1 lot ........ 15.35 Claudia H. Sullivan. 8-17-bt eod pa LOST BLACK JERSEY SWEATER between West Hickory and Granite Falls. Finder return to the owner down, at Mrs. John Sherrills Granite Falls route 1 for reward. 8-l-2t pd Wanted three rooms for light house keeping. Phone 536-J 8-16-2t pd. FOR RENT Five rooms with run ning water and bath in building oc cupied by the Elliott Building Co. Suitable for office rooms or light housekeeping. Phone 278. 8-lG-2t FOll SALE 1920 FORD TOURING with Electric starter and light $275.00. Abernethy Motor Co. 8-7-tf ALL MAKES OF PHONOGRAPHS ad . Talking machines cleaned and repaired. Have your machine clean ed and overhauled before the spring breaks. Its cheaper. Piedmont Pho icgraph Co, t , . 7-13 19187 PESSENGER STUDEBAK- tt 4 cilinder $100; Abernethy Motor '""'Co.' '" ' 8-7 t 'UV-. FOR SALE OVERLAND a l'AS fcenger car $150 .Abernethy Motor- Co. 8-7-if FOR SALE 5 PASSSENGER JOR don sport car with wire wheels $975.00 Abernethy Motor Co. 8-7-tf YOUNG MAN DESIRES CLERICA L position after September the first. Can furnish best of references, "Po sition," care Record. 8-12-3t-oed.pd. WANTED YOU -TO LOOK OUR line of fall suits over before buying Prices right. Quality guaranteed "'Williams and Pearson. 8-14-6t FOR RENT FOUR ROOMS SUIT : able . for light house keeping or offices. Williams & Pearson Phone 414. S-14-Gt , BE SURE TO ATEND THE BIG " land sale at S. E. Hickory near - Morrels store. Jack Richie's pro perty bungalow and several build ing lots Saturday August 19 2 p. m. 8-15-3t pd IF YOUR RAZOR STROPS ARE run down or slick Let me work them over and make them good as new. My special home-made razor strops are go"ing strong. See them .at Hickory tannery on Ninth; ave nue.. Have razor grinding machine to sharpen your razor. One. trial will convince. Leave, razors, , scis sors, clippers, knives and ; .other articles to be sharpened at Tannery. ' B. L. Hartley. . .. 8-16-21 Thurs. FOR SALE APPLES-NICE LARGE green skin and striped reds 'fine lor canning and jelle.y. making 50c per bushel. Phone Joe Moretz 12S-J 8-16-3U pd ' Two good portable mills equipped with edger to saw N. C. Pine timber in healthy section of South Carolina, Long operation. Apply quick. W. E. Nelson, Taylorsville, N. C. ... . 8rll-12t WANTED TO RENT TWO OR 3 rooms for light housekeeping. Call 47. . 8-15-3t THOSE MILK SHAKES AT HENRY . Hill's are fine, try ore, ' ' .17-24-? Rr.t T R.. 1 home 40.51 Bowman, H. H., 1 lot ...15.89 RnvvniRn. T. E.. 1 home , 43.97 Brewer L. R., 1 home and mill 115.01 Buff, R. G., 1 home Buff, W. F., 1 home . . . Carpenter, W. T. 1 lot Clay, H. E., 1 home . . . Clay, T. W., 1 home . Cline, J. F., 1 home .. Coffey, C; M.,;l home Dietz, Carl M., 1 home Dietz, S. Pink, ,1 lot ........ Dietz, Claude R., 1 lot 12th St. Dellineer. J. F.. 1 home Flannigan, Mrs. . M. L., 1 home, 8th J Ave., . . . .. -mm Flowers,' E. L., 1 home, 15th St. and 12.31 20.43 34.84 27.53 32.74 29.83 33.01 20.70 8.32 11.16 65.69 Ahernethv. A. E.. 1 home, 13th Ave : nue yelopment of a commercial outlet ioi Abernethy, Tannery, 1 tannery ll-4.-J tbe seeds, ; it is noted. Several miles in those states have oecome lnieresi ed in, the possibilities of that 5 bean as a source of oil and meal. ' Two mills in Illionis have planned to use about: 759,000 bushels this season, it has . been reported to the depart ment, while other mills are planning on a smaller scale. ; The department inspectors have found considerable ! acreage put to growing the soy bean in the northern and corn" belt states, showing a con siderable increase. The possibilities the bean for oil and meal are ascribed by officials as the reason for the increase. Such a commericai mthlet affords the grower another cash crop as corn and wheat, it'. -is said. r The varicas ways in which the soy bean and its product are utilized in the United States, indicate a ready market for the commercial produc tion of soy bean seed, the depart ment circular declares. Soy bean oil is largely used, in the manufacture of soaps and paints and it is also used in the manufacture of lard and butter substitutes, rubber, substitutes, lino leum and. printing ink,; and as a salad oil. The . cake or meal is a superior cattle feed .and high value for human cc'iisumpuijii. 102.77 - 2.70 107.43 - 35.58 9th 18.50 12.78 FOR SALE One Dodge touring car. Easy terms. Johnson's -Garage. . 8jT FOR SALE Kelly . Springfield Cord Tire!, 34x4, run about: thirty mllPSsTnnilll'P 1 Si 4. 1 h-'Huafi-ins.Mrs. D. E., GuarOeJot ii , . i Button. G.N., and J. C. Martin, w at J ts m - w ' -t 8-16-3t-pd. llth Ave., Fowler, D. B., 1 lot Fritz R. L:, 1 home ... .... Griffin, Mrs. Ila, 1 home ...... Hall, Mrs. Louise J., 1 home, - Ave., ... 4 ... . . . Hartsoe. D. I... 1 home ...... Hatcher, J. ,H 1 home, 10th Ave- nue ...... Hatfield, L. L., 1 home 94.65 Hawn, Mrs. Almena, 1 home 16.37 Hawn, J. Morgan, 15 acres and home , . ........... 54.86 Hawn, U. M., 1 lot, llth Ave Hawn, U. M., 1 lot, llth Ave. . Hawn, G. -L., 1 lot, 6th St. . . Hawn, H R., 1 home Hedrick, I. E., 1 home Hefner, John. 1 home .. . , Hefner. Preston. 1 home Hefner, J. H., 1 home 12.65 Hendley,;R. F, 2. houses and - .-lots i-.... 77.33 Henkel. T. L. 1 home, llth Ave- 15.35 14.81 12.65 32.68 47-29 10.62 . nut, - , Henkel, C. H.. 1 home . . ... Hildebrand. VS.,.l home Holbrook, W. E., 1 home . . Holler, Dr. O. L., 5 lots . . Huffman, D. C, 1 home INJUNCTION PAPERS FILED'AT SPENCER - & (Contiaued from page one) '-'- ' tion was. being'' taken except that United States marshals "were on the job." - - : : Reports reaching Mjr. Daugherty to the elfe.et that -"strike sympathizers had entered the shops .at Spencer and routed workers could not be confirm ed from nearby points tonight, while 'at Raleigh, the capital; it was indicat ed that no movement of troops Would be necessary if the situation develop ed no more seriously. One of the men against whom the restiaining. order was issued is J. M. Ellis, of Spencer, whc. was elected president of the State Federation of" Labor yesterday. MURRILL'S BODY WILL ARRIVE ON AUGUST 22 Charlotte, Aug. l7.rThe . .body, of Ralph Murrill, son of Hugh A. Murrill, who was killed in an airplane crash in Germany July 28,;will arrive here August 22. Mrs. Murrill has returned to the city frcm Hendersonville, where she received .news, of her sohs aeath. :, ' ' lot .124.42 20.43 13.11 55.81 27.14 14.64 3.24 1 15.35 Hvder. T. Earl. 1 lot. 8th St. . . 11.90 Johnson, Mrs. R. H., 1 home, 7th Ave. ...... .... 1 5.01 Jones, J. S., 1 home 8th Ave. 97.14 Killian, Mrs. Alice M. Estabel, 1 home 39.64 Laf ever, T. L., 1 home . ... 14.88 Leonard, J. S.,-1 home ...... 60.89 Lippard, E. D., 1 home ... . ... 38.49 Mann, R. C, 2 houses and lots 17.65 Menzies E. B., 1 home,. 13th, Ave- nue . . . L 65.22 Messick, D. F., 1 home 36.33 Miller, J. Lester, 1 home . . . .; 25.83 Moser. F. P.. 1 home 47.76 McGalliard, Z. ' M., 1 : home, 16th St. 47.08 25.50 50.74 4.36 85.25 9.60 42.79 27.26 "t r "i r M v r.i '! ... . lown II ii 0;.i i a. -m m II II I I "II II II 16th 238.42 : 7.02 24.60 47.75 26.37 12.10 39.57 12.39 11.76 35.58 29.44 43.53 10,28 7.03 All voters' interested ia succs of party in November invited to attend township convention in- Municipal Court Room Saturday afternoon, Au- i . ffust, 19, at 4 o'clock, for, the; purpose of nominating, candidates i for ICon stajble and Justices of the Peace, ' ' ' ' ; ' r ' ' . - -; . . IV r - s '.. . . . ' B oWer Vof ToWnhip Executive Committee. , Nantz, Mrs. W P., 1 home Pearson, A. K., 1 home Pitts, R. M., 1 lot Pitts, R. M. & Sons, 1 lot Pope, A, L., 1 home, 8th ave. . . Price; Dr.' K. A., 1 lot Pruitt, : C.'. P., 1 home Ransom Robert, 2 lots and 97 2 acres Reinhardt, Mrs. H. L.,.l home. . Reinhardt, .W. D.r 1 home .... Bernhardt,. P.: E., 1 home, 12th - Stay Reitzel, P. L., 1 home Reitzel, P. O 1 home ; Seagle, Geo. W., 1 home Setzer, J. F., Jr.,. lr home Setzer, A. F., 1 home, St., Shell, S. L:, 1 home ... .... . . i Sigmony Jas. H.,1, home . . ; Sigmon, O. A., Estate, 1 home . Sigmon, H. E., 1 home. 17th St., Smith, M: S., 1 lot Stevenson, RW- 1. &hd house u . . . ;., . . ... . .... . Stvenson, R." W., 1 ' store .... Suttlemyre, P.; P. . 1 . home .... Taylor, -.Walter. S., Estate, 1 .. home ;. i Thompson, F. M., 1 home ...... Trotman, Z. S 1 home .. Wagoner, A. W., 3 lots ...... Walker,. A., A.;. 1 home Watts,. Jeff, 1 lot, 13th St. Whisnant, Jones, 10 lots . . . White, E. P., 1 home ..... Whitener,- Loyd A., 1 home Whitener, Mrs.: A. L., 2 homes 151.89 Whitener, C. L.,1 home, .22nd St., Whitener, James R., 2 houses ,and 26 acres ............. Whitener, J. Claude, 1 home, 8th St .....7 i Winkler, G. R. H., 1 home, llth ... ;.Ave. .......... v ... Yount, Lee O., 1 home . Yount, N. W., 1 home, Highland Ave., Yount; Mrs. Mary, A., 1 lot . ... Bowman, , W. V., 1 home, 9th . ' Ave., COLORED Abernethy, Osborne, 1 home, 13th Street Abernethy, James, 2:houses and . lot . . ... . ' ; bAl I Adams, Reiley, 1 home, 12th " j CAUSE MANY PROTESTS i a London. Aug:. 1. A member of par liment ' has nronosed legislation to nel c-itIs under 16 to wear their hair loose, ; plated, or hanging down their backs. Flno-listi mothers are protesting Thev aav tlie tendency among girls today is to postpone the .time for 'putting up" their nair, ana max wrey hava trnnble in, nersuadiiig their daucrhters tf.' do this at a leasonable age. . ,7ii If war cnerater on a C. O. D. basis, there might , be fewer, wars. Ashe ville Times. ., Rrnwn. John, l-honie 3.22 Brown, Julia, 1 home ........ 10.30 Rnvtrm. Adnltlhus. l.hothe 4.22 Rvots' Jeff. L.. 1 home ........ 9.57 nnrlptnn W. A. G.. 1 home. 14th St 7.27 PnrletoTi- Rohert. 1 home. 14th ... ... St.. 9-57 rartienter. Albert. 1 home ... 12.62 ChnmherB. Hal. i home. , 9th Ave.. : j . 11.03 Clark. Gerrv W.. 1 home. 2nd - Ave., 10.30 Cornenine. ike. 1 home 10.59 Coulter, Ike, 1 home, 13th St., 7.27 Cowan, Gus, 1 home ........ 3.86 Crisp,. Charlie". 1 home ...... 12.62 Davis. D. W.. 1 home. 12th St., 5.75 Davidson, John, 1 'home .... 9.57 Deal Lou, 1 home 3.22 Dellinger, .Alfred 1 home 2.93 Dula, Ivey, 1 home, 13th St., 14-64 Eckardj James, 1 home . . . . . . 9.29 Finger; Will, 1 home 8.78 Fctd. Alice, 1 home, 13th St. 4.23 Gaither, P. G., 1 home 7.27 Gaston. Thomas. 1 home, llth -St., 13.11 Gore, -P. R. D., 2 homes 24.76 Harris, Monroe, 1 home .8.32 Harris, Geo. W., 1 lot . 1.21 Hill, Chester, 1 home ... . 4.26 Hill. Roland, 1 home, 13th St., 12.62 Holland, Addie, 2 homes, Chest- ; nutt, St., .... . . ............ 9.29 Hooper, John, 1 home, 12th St., . 9.29 Hoover, B. C, 1 home 5.27 Horton, Etoneman, 1 home i . . . 5.74 Hull,'- Adam, 1 homer. 3.22 Hull,' Minnie, 1 home -. . . i .... . 9.33 Jackson Mandy, 1 home . . . 4.72 J ehkins,. M. . J.,; 1 , home . . 12.62 Johnson, Lizzie, 1 home . . . . ... .;. .7.92 Johnspn, P. F.,. 1 home 9.57 Jones James, 1 home, 12th St., , 8.32 Killian, .Pink,' 1 home ; -. . . - 13.11 Khox, Jonas, 1 home, 12th St., 19.68' Ii ii i-4 ? i n i ! "Alexander, John, 1 home- Chest !!! ' nutt St.. !l A..n... T -l 1 ' i.?-vcijr,.tunt;s, i flume .......... I T3 1 ;:r.trriii i : . , jpitruer, win, l nome Bell, Geo. W., 1 home, 6th Ave. Blackburn, Arthur, 1 home . . Bost, Charlie, 1 home Bpst, Emma. 1 home Brewer, R. L., lot , . i I 1 ' ;5 - Leach, Calvin, 1 home . . . . ... ? 10.01 Love, Lela, 1 home v . : i ; . . . . . 5.27 Lucal,,,Will, 1 home . . .... 9.29 Mac-key, Robert 1 home ...... 11.63 Moore, Harvey, 1 home . , . . . . . 8.32 Morrison, Heirs, 1 lot 6.29 Morrison Rufus, 1 home, 12th St., ...... Morrison, Sallie, 1 home ...... Morrison, Ritta, lrhome ... . . . Peterson, H. P., .1 home . . . . . . Ramseur, L. L., i home ...... Ramseur, Ella, 1 home Ramseur,. Laura, 1 home, 12th .St., ..................... Reinhardt, Robert, 1 home Robinson, Lizzie, 1 home ...... Royster, Camila, 1 home Scott, Ivey, 1 home Setzer, .Walter, i . home Shores, Nancy, 1 home ........ Shuford, Frank Lee, 1 home . . Sbuford, Dink, 1 home ...... Shuford, Toss, 1 home . . . Shuford, Fink, 1 home, 14th St., Smith, Arthur, 1 home Smith, Martha, 1 home ...... Smyre, eBttie, 1 home, 13th St., Suddreth, Hubert, 1 home . . . . Suddreth, Wm. H., 1 home ... '. Suddreth, ,Willie, 1 home ... .. . Wallace, .Ann, . 1 r home Warlick, ,Sallie, 2 hbmes, 13th : st., Whitener, , Henry, 2 homes, f ;.V.BrookfQrd .Road .......... Wiiitener,. Isabella, 1 . home . . .hitener, 'Ack,; 1 home, 12th Wilfong, Zeke, 1 home. . v. . Williams, Thomas, 1 lot . . . . -Williams,' Mary Ann, 1 home . . s Wilson. Lela; 1 home ..... .r. ; 6J44; Woods,-Jasper, 1 lot 2.71 , JOHN W. BALLEW. .1 . ' .City. Manager. 49.11 174.42 30.01 12.31 76.99 "15.28 36.50 25.7 : 7.2 12.31 25.50 59.80 ,45.73 52.94 35.31 57.03 63.73 49.05 13.86 19.68 ,140 15.0 10.73 .9.65 :;5.24 8.64 10.59 14.70r 12.62 24.68 - 6.29 5.27 6.29 13.40! . 2.23 5.27 . 5.27 . 5.27 3.22 10.41 11.63 v.: 8.32 12.65 7.19 12.65 6.42' 10.62 ! 5.27 4.32 7.57 7.71 12.10 2.64 9.60 13.19 4.26 5.47 .6.96 1.21 2.23 5.27 5.27 BIG-SIX "4 YOU can buy a Studebaker Big -Six Touring Car today, for $1650. This is the lowest price ever asked for a car'of it1 ' sterling high quality. s : Always a matchless value, the Big-Six stands out today more strikingly than ever in the field of fine cars. The seven-passenger Big -Six is not a .Volume" motor car, but you get-it at a volume price because the Studebaker .organization produces and sells three sepa rate models with only one overhead. . Look over the field. Check themany points that will appeal to you in the selection of a car.: See the Big-Six. Kicie in it we u take: you for a demonstration any time you say. Try the" wheel yourself. Then compare it with any other car, even at two or three times its price, and you will appre ciate, how much more you get for your money in a Big-Six than you can find any where else. The price of the Big-Six was reduced at a time when Studebaker had unfilled orders on hand for more than 15,000 cars. The first seven months of this year were the biggest in Studebakers 70 years' history. Capacity-production lowers costs and ; Studebaker believes that its manufactur ing savings shotdd be shared with the customer. Hence the new low . price of the Big-Six. j -c ; ...:a.u;a . ..nnriahiVM o7?rvM-? roiirtesv lieht on the driver's side which promotes safety in passing other cars at night; tonneau lamp with long ' extension cord; cowl parking lights; cowl ventilator; eight-day clock; thief-proof -transmission lock; tool compartment in the left front door; shock absorbers. "ii MODELS AND PRICES A o-64 factories ' LIGHT-SIX SPECIAL-SIX BIG-SIX 5-FaU. Hr W. B... 40 H. P. S-Pasa., 119' V. B., 50 H. P. 7-Paas.. 126' W. B.. 60 H. P. Touring 975 Touring ... $1275 Touring ........:..$1650 Roadster (3-Pass.).. 975 Roadster (2-Pass.).. "1250 Speedster (4-Pass.) 1785 Coupe-Roadster Roadster (4-Pass.).. 1275 - 2-Pass.)......-... 1225 Coupe (4-Pass.) ...... 1875 Coupe (4-Pass.) ...... 2275 Sedan.. 1550 Sedan 2050 Sedan 2475 Cord Tires Standard Equipment Standard fGarage & Sales Co. PHONE 210 HICKORY, N. C. THIS IIS STUDEBAKER Y E A R GOVERNMENT EMPLOYES , , PROMISED ROSY FUTURE By the Associated, Press. " ' ' 1 Constantinople, July 16. The in creased cost of living in Constantinople is . now 806 ..'.per', cent higher than in 1914, according to figures compiled by the American Chambei? of Commerce). The' highest figure reached during the war and post-war period was 1066 per cent in 1920., There has been a slight falling pii in the figures during the past year ,. , . .: ,F.ew government employes have re ceiyed more than one half of their sal aries during the past two years. But to day new taxes are in sight, and the Turkish treasury says full salaries may. be expected within a few months. I First Compounded r This Remedy For -fyiJBfi'" Neighbors Their praise of this neWer form of iron has spread so rapidly that now, " after nine years, over 4.000,000 ' ' people use it h annually i v Years ago I began to wonder at the great number of my pwn friends and neighbors v.h i- were , always, ailing, complaininp and doctoring,.', .without ever seen.;ng to get any better. Bot.'i working men and their wives were frequently all tired out in the evening, and a great many-were weak, nervous and run-down. One had pains in the back and thought he had kidney trouble Another had pains around the heart,' palpitations and dizziness, and was sure he was suffering from heart disease. Still "others had .severe head aches, floating spots before the eyes, tender spots along the spine and a great variety of alarming symptoms. For years I wade t a speeial study of ; this .-muhiimi, uiiiisuiuiiif a prreat number of phy sicians and chemists. An immense number of investigations by physicians all over -the wuuirj 'smowto ,inar znra people out of ev ery foijr you meet lack ICO ner cent iron in Then1. KlrtfH T.ibv i.. .i . , . ... ""ii in me Dioou is the greatest of all-rfievitalidnt!: weaknesses. It is the iron in ' vour "blood that enables "you to get the nourishment, out -of your food. Your nearc, lungrs aa Kinney and all your vital or gans set their nourishment from the blood stream, and when the hlrtnd 1pL-. thin, pale and watery, you may suffer from the -symptoms of a jrreat number of1 dis eases when the real and true cause of all your trouble is lack of iron in the blood. ; In the old day people often took metallic iron, which some physicians claim is not ab sorbed at all. In":compoundnK Nuxated Iron I use the newer farfn of iron, wliich is like the iron in your Blood andike thc, iron in spinach, lentils and apples, U.nlike'the older forms of iron, it will not injure the teeth nor disturb the stomach, and it is ready for almost im mediate absorption .and; assimilation by rthe moon, xv is ine people wftosei blood is ,rich in iron who possess great strenth, force and enersry. If you are hot strong or well you owe; it to yourself to '.make te following test : ... See how long you can work or how far vou ran walk without becominir tired. Next take two 6-jrrain tablets;' of Nuxated ' Iron three times a day after meals for two weeks then test your strength again" and see how much you have gained. . An astonishing num ber of nervous, rin-dowh" people who - were ailing' all the while, have Kreatly .improved their strenxth . energy and endurance ' simply by, taking this- newer form., of iron. ' "SILLYADS" (Copyright 1920 R. V. C. Smith) The woman who told her friends that the bed she bought irom us, cost Ter. Dollars more than she paid for it, has the best thing she can possibly lie about. Tipton Furniture Co. There is one place in this city that sells strictly for cash, and still they charge and recharge batteries for most of our autoists. Hickory Battery Company. - .Willie put so mush sugar on his bread that it got in his eye; Now, he. has granulated lids.' To rectify ' the costly errors of youth, have glasses fitted by Essex.. " , : : .Washing is a hard proposition in b ranee. They pound their clothes with rocks. It's a soft proposition here, by sending it to Hickory Steam Laundry. The man who just missed being run over by. an auto, came to us, and we ran over his face. To make your face look well, . we run over vour .face. Cline Barber Shop. M. E. Cline. . lhe shoes, that you wear go over just two feet, but the shoes that you put on your autb, go over thousands of more feet, if they are Henderson tires from Catawba Tire Co. Some men wilPeat and then flv after a swallow or two. but to have a higher opinion of yourself and us, iry a meal at The Colonial Cafe.. When you feel that divine pressure against your lips and you seem to in hale the ecstacy of new life; you'va been kissed by a bottle of Pepsi Cola. FR0L1 GIRLHOOB TO WOKIANH08D Woman Relied Upon Lydii " JE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Emporia, r Kansas. 4 '1 began using lyoia tj,. finmm s medicines yearsigo when 1 was a gin. I? or several yeari 1 had severe paiat-M menstrual penooi, making me ve4ry wofck and interfering with my regular du ties. I tried several remedies without ob taining relief. I wu induced to try Lyaa E. Pinkhara's Vege table Compound Ij friends and it re stored me to normal health. I often have occasion and do recommend your Vegetable Compound to my friends who have troubles similar to mv own. You may use these facts as a testimonial. " .EvaLPMCH,: .218 Union St., Einpuri, Kansas.. ; , v f There are many women who first um our , vegetaoie compouna during wc girlhood days. They found it a valuable help during trying periods. In I1 years they use it whenever they ted those annoymg symptoms wnicn wow often have. LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound Js a woman's medicine. It is p pared carefully from the best quality oi medicinal plants, whose properties are especially adapted to correct the troublej women have. Ulllllllllltllllilllilil THE IMPORTANT THING TRIALS' OF NEAR-ROYALTY Court circles, I gather, are rather exercised about the precise position of Lord Lascells in the Rc'yal Pamily. At the last Court, for. instance,, there was rather an embarrassing contre- iemPis.' winen debutants , have , court-1 seyeo to the king,' the rest of the Royal nartv bow to thpm the other, v and they .bow ,inreturnt On. this particular occasiorr t.hrp harl already been several such obeisances, and at the-nd,Lord Lascells, very naturally as a? member of the Royal party, also made his i bow. The pres- emea i ones 'started , to' follow suit and then rather suddenly checked themselves. It was an awkward mom-ent.--The Passing how (London ) . Thus far the Eiterary 'Digest poll contains comfort . for wet3 ; and dis comforts for yets. Philadelphia In quirer. '.. -!. An P'ncllsliman visitinff a Scotd lnird.wfls tn'pn hv his host on a fcn' ing- trip. During the morning the visitor.-" who was a novice at the sPort hocked a fine salmon and in his " Citement slipped and fell into tn river. The keeper noticing that he w noiswinimpr hnnked onto him With tM gaff and was about to drag him ashori when the laird called out: "rui- u. n.'.iinlil? o Won.) ' U 1 ti thp fUS"' Atcctiu u iiitf iuu aim jum f i ma frienrl ran hidp .iwee. but the fl'" Winna,!!,. Boston . Transcript. a' itaiii .SnnAt I ;Mendedatthe 0 E FIXERS Best ' Leather Used if v,Bst Work. Guaranteed j Vk f iUnder Singer Office Two i Entrances Front and :.'Hl4.iit-.i;i