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THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE FIVE THESE Ii WAKT ADS V RESULTS ABOLITION IS it ft I LVtlNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1922 ill IS ?WAKHf AD'S One Cent a Word for Each Insertion THIS SIZE TYPE TWO CENTS A WORD This Size Three Cents a Word (ilsli with coi'J'. Cuiint the words before sending in your copy FORM 'ijfr,raiil nfw 7-rooin bun- Z smith 1 'til street. AH mod- Znicnci's. Splendid basement. " flirt cas i. a iCc 325-1. U-4.3t.pd. :.. .. i : . ilF t csIHiirniiif iiuiuiiiiiiii. i :.. ... , ...... a inc. 'l ;u u'" " it ranc Tenth avenue. Phone 325-L. W .fp-A niiin t"r general farm Just know hnv to feed and r. i ,1 viwl fiirii'snoil a ealCU'II iinu - ? P. KOOIT.SOIl ill viirtnitv; i mijii. af K l ot tam on I '.i li t h Ave- jinininir tho l-'rH F'lagler L fVsc in. 'Modern. Water. 1( jt worked over, lrrmn r,ihli W. I'., ('"imi il. 0-2 't vl eiFll!Vi:iM.l SKDAN iTiiKMS. JOHNSON'S ;.K- -lu. WANTED To do your plain sewing. Childrens clothes a speciality. Phone 175-L 9-6-3-pd WANTED Several mechanics and machinists. Permanent jobs paying kiffh wages with privilege of over iu.e. Work ini good town. Trans portation furnished. Address C. C. Carpenter care Record". 9-6-2t pd, -An LOST Black 'handbag containing watch and visiting card of Mrs. A. C. Zillicoffer. Reward if return ed to Record office. 9-5-2t Al,E Nt'"' li-room bungalow hith ami all modern conven- k Loeat1-! on I'.'th Street. If in- Mlw P. ".vil o., ir ., (IS f'r.re ii'i'l terms t suit nr. R M. 1'i.yd t Co. 8-31-tf ILE-OX E 0 V E RLAND CAR. T TERMS. JOHNSON'S CJAR- 8-2G-tf. HAKES OF" F'FFONOGRAPHS Talkie machines cleaned and tired. Have your machine clean- r . i it 1 1 ! lud overturned ueiore me spring j. Its cheaper. Piedmont Pho to Co. 7-13 I HAVE A 9-ROOM HOUSE WITH all modern conveniences. Big lot 100x200 in the second block from the square for $4,700.00. Terms This is a real bargain. You couldn't build a house for the money. This' is for quick sale. Sec me before it is - gone. My office is in the Home Gun ner Building on 11th avc., Phone No. (?4. I. L. Martin, Ksal Estate Agent. U-5-Gt. EE M1I.K SHAKISS AT HENRY t'i are f int. try ore. 7-24-tf !IIEM'.ii tu know wc are ag 3 for Charlotte Steam Laundry. iral!t"l f:- ahd delivered. Wil li 4 Pearson. I'lvme 11 1. 5-6-3 1 iKTW-Man to work in dairy Mil . L Kl r.'Hr, water and ngnu rM tn-e. flood waires. AnnlvJ Robiwun. manager Grand h Farm. UlE-Nitf Fi'Icy Colt. Will ex- h for milk cow. See Hern-y ;a,.ir., (or.ovi'r, K 1 y-o-t-pa 'E50.ME NICE BARGAINS IN ft Estate dwe in property and an property, for sale. My office s the Home fanner Building on int. Phone N'o. 64. D. L. Martin, Estate Ascnt. 9-3-Gt. NOTICE TO BUILDING CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the Beard of School Trustees of the Town of West Hickory, North Caro lina, for the erection of a new brick school building in said town, until eight o'clock p. m., on Tuesday, Sep tember 12th, 10.2, at which time they will be opened and considered by the said Board. All bids must be accompanied by a certified check payable to the under signed in an amount equal to two per centum of the amount of the bid, to evidence the good faith of the bidder. rians and specifications may be procured from the Architects, Messrs. Benton and Benton of Wilson, N. C, of from the undersigned. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. This 22nd day of August, 1022. J. LEE BROWN, Secrctary& Treasurer, Hickory,N. C. 8-23-fit Wed and Fri. POKDfON TRACTOR BUSY IN MECKLENBURG The Watson Motor Company today escorted 25 farmers and local bus iness men to Charlotte, where for three days the Fordson tractor de monstration will be held. Geo. S. Wat son left early-today and R. C. Buchan an waited until after dinner. The latter .will remain in Chariot. throughout the demonstration. Rvt'us L. Gwyn, Ford dealer, at Lenoir, was in charge of five cars that took ..Caldwell county farmers to the convention. Solve the problem of high-priced fuel by installing the , Qentihc fuel-saving CaloriC Pipeless Furnace. Gives you summer warmth (70 degrees guaranteed) in way room in coldest weather -cuts fuel bills HtoH- The CaloriC is the original pipeless furnace triple-casing patent, No. 1,346,801. This exclusive CaloriC feature makes pipeless heating suc cessfuland imitators dare not copy it. The CaloriC heats homes of 1 R rrmm nr less through One J VIIIM ' register. Costs less than stoves to neat same space No expensive installations, no plumbing no pipes to freeze. Made by largest manufacturer of warm-air furnaces in world. Over 100,000 users, many in this community. my r m u I iViU I I I JVlV 1 'I'm ( A immantn LalortG wnethy Hardware Co. The Winchester Store Hickory, N. C. . Newton, N. C.N Bythe Associated Press. San Aihntlir ' Tovqb Konf K International Court of Arbitration "whose purpose and function shall be the avoidance of War. and the peace ful settlement of international dis putes," is formally resolved upon by the Pan-American Round Table of San Antonio, according to announce ment today by Florence T. Griswold, uirector general. Disnatches from Washino-tnn rpppt ly giving prominence to a proposed American .League ot Nations have oc casioned the (sending of letter by the director general of the local Round laoie to Lr. L.. s. Kowe, director general of the Pan American Union, wasnmgton, and Jr-resident Brum of urugsviary, bouth America, suggest ing that a Pan-American Hnnrt nf Arbitration would be of greater gisn:- ncance. rne republics of South Ameri ca, for manv years, frequently have made effective use of the principles of m hitrnt.irm ' -roaria a Dcnlntinn the local bady, sent to Washington, ana "in one instance the president ot the United States tendered , the ser vices of, this country alone, or in con- iunctinn with nlhpi- r-nntttiriru nf fViiu hemisphere, to render ll nossibilf. ascistancc in solving an international dispute between Chile and Peru." It also is tile local body, based on its proximity and closeness of con nection;' with Mexico, to "stimulate a strone:- friendship with Mexico by creating a common ground where our people can meen with Mexicans for the. purpose of solving our internation al problems upon a basis of free fccccptance by the people and NOT upon a basis of the material inter ests of any favored group." The Pan-American Round Table ot San Antonio, its officials declared, invite the cooperation of the Pan American Union, the Pan-American Societ.v of thft TTniitpH Sfntos tho Pan-American Department cf the Wo men's international League for Peacs and Vrpfdrmi nnH nthor nvrnvnyu- tions leading to the creation of the DroDOSen ffMirt. nt arhilrat;nti !r, brinf Jlhont noaonflll spttlfmnnt- nf ' ti tcrnational disnutes in tho Wrst.cr Hemisphere, officials declared. Newton, Sept. 6. A large rilVniber of cases were tried in superior court yesterday among them the case of Jhe state against George Norwood, charged- witn f.n a-sautt with an. attack on a yoftng woman . In the course of r - t fi'.wevtt', the defendejit tendered aVplea of guilty of an as' &aulc ana JuuSe edd fined him $50 and placed hint under a good be havior bond1 oi- $500 for a period 1 to tw; veal.-;. ". The next casa. was that against P. E, Huffman, charged with an a' sault with intent to kiil. lt seenrsr tbii c.e uexe..-ar.t went to the home of W." C. BumgraiT.er, carrying an open, knife and there assaulted Mr. Bumgarner. They had been on unfriendly terms for a number of years. Robert Mostr, white, pleaded 'guilty to retailing and the case was left open in order that the solicitor might nave u a opi-ort..'nity to prove the de fendant's reputntion, althougt it vas proved good during- the hearing. The case of - most importanto ' oa the criminal docket on cacountK f the phcmir.en ox both the prosecuting witness and the defendant was com promised, it I sing . the- case where c. Miss Icard charged a Mr. " Rudisili with seduction under promise of ;nai riage. The defendant pleaded gailtyj and paid Miss leard t'he sum of $500 and .all couit coats. The, stall WP represented by Solicitor Huffman an J L. . Klutx, while the defendant was represented bv Feimster and. Wi!so: Warliek. Judg- Webb is one of the .best liked judges U.;t comes to Catawba, not on account of being too severe or too easy, but because he dispenses justice impartially to everybody and the .public generally can see that he is a man witnouc pre.iuco a;;u yvi- mits nothing to interfere with fluty. It will be impossible for him; to be here on Saturday of this week on aceount 'f an engagement in Shclby and therefore court will adjourn on Friday evening for the week. I to the 0&& . I J Tho'lanffiiaffe used in the tariff de bate may not be parliamentary, but it . certainly is congressional. Lite. . CIRCUS ISIMIi; GET HEUf. BOYS "Get your peanuts an' cracker jacks ice cream an' lemonade," is the cry that will shortly fill the air, in tact, to be exact, can be expected as the popular serenade on Tuesday September 19., when the majestic Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus is to pitch tents here. Acccrding to the advance informa tion from cities wherein this circus has already given its program this sea son, every - act and feature are out standing examples that the time worn phase, "every circus is alike," is erroneous when applied to the Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus, for, this report continues, from the very small est detail to the most important teature, nothing has. been overlooked in providing loveis of the saw-dust arena with an exhibition abounding with novelties and surprises. Further, according to these reports-, the menagerie will this season excel anyheretofore exhibited in conjunct tion with a circus, even including many of the larger zoological -collections. It is raid to be a wonderful opportunity for educational informa tion and iii most cities, school teuch ers have made special effort in urg ing their pupils to see the Hageii-beck-Wallace menagerie, so as to aid them in the study of wild animals. In co-operation with the public that it may enjoy a thorough visit through the menagerie tent, the management announces that the doors will be opened one. hour before the grand entry of the assembled performers, both afternoon and evening. The circus program this season is said to contain many European fea tures in acts entirely new to this country. Many headlincrs of tlufcir cus world in this country have been contracted, also. The wK.d animals acts arc expeted to reveal heretofore unknown tricks. And the, funny clowns are promised in new fun stunts. A street parade, more tha i one mile long, will officially introduce this season's exhibition. ONLY BIG CIRCUS TO GIVE STREET PARADE HICKORY TUESDAY September DR. LONGAKER'S FATTIER DEAD Dr. F. C. Longaker returned this morning from Philadelphia wh-re he attended the funeral of his father, Abram Longaker. The following obi tuary appeared in the Philadelphia Record: "Abram Longaker, a member of one Philadelphia's oldest and most sub stantial families, died on Thursday at the home of . his son. Dr. Daniel Lopgker, 1806 Spruce street. He was in his 87th year, and ii survived by three sons and two daughters.. Until a few months ago Mr. Longaker was still able to manage his extensive busi ness interests. Though far past the age when most men retire from busi ness, Mr. Longaker maintained a youthful spirit and for a. man of his years was forward looking and pro gressive. He was a memoer oi tne ToyiisaloTvi Lutheran church from which, place his funeral will be conduct ed on Sunday atternoon. SHOWS WFUNNY l23,UaOWNSj THE mm&smmm ml CONGRESS AND n DSPlAVi W3 flOO Superlative Acts bOAeriahsts ; 60 Riders T 8 Bands T More than lOOOPeopfe a a m a u a a a a a a u a 13 3 C2 a a a a a a a a a a a a u a a n H a a El a m m n a n a a a m a a a ASCENSION AND iiowf is the ClaWt Property Now owned by J. A. Cline Near Lenoir GolIege5 Hickory, N. C. ,1 gjj At 1:UU f. M. pt601p6r if. Rain or Shine Satiird HORNEY BROTHERS HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN 13jth avenue and 15th street Rev. C. R. W. Kegley, pastor. At 8 n. ni. today church services. Thepublic invited. Attendance last Sunday was' very imoi anu-iet it ij good this evening. ...; .u- Seats on sale Circus Day at Lutz' Drug Store. Prices r Adults 75c; Children 50c. Same .prices as at. the grounds. The Sale will be conducted by Horney Brothers, the famous Twin Auctioneers, who both cry the same bid at the same time, speaking exactly the same words. . . , Miss Stella Jaeger, the World s Greatest Balloonist, will make THREE Parachute Drops from her Balloon at High Altitude. These are the only desirable Building Lots in Highland for sale at any price. . HORNEY BROTHERS SELLING AGENTS If You Have Land to Sell Write Me. C Branch Offices: Home Office: ; V , . Lakeland, Fla. Asheville, N. C. , Bluefield, W. Va. W Pennington Gap, Va. a a a a a a a a a a a n IQQQa&anDQDDaauuuuuJUUUUUuuLiuuuuuuBu f'.'. ... I? J!! is ! 1 if t it it Ml If i - if- : 4 til HI l H I 1! 1 Ii (I 1 1? u n u n 14 n u a a n iy u u n u i A 1 n ii n LI n n ii ii u n ii u n ii ii u a n cs CI ri ii u a n til' It 6 i.N lb m in in a: 3 Hi Hi II i!