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THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7, IS22.
PAGE FOUR nnnnnonnncnnnnnnnQnnnnonnonnoonooonnonnDnGDnnnnaoDOcnnnnnonnoaQnQnnnnonnnnnnnnDnnnnnnacnnnnnannnneBBi THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD a o a d Q a g a a a a a The Bisanar Store a a Evangelistic ffervices at the Methodist Church BEGIN NEXT SUNDAY MORNING, SEPT. THE 10th Preaching by the Pastor, Rev. C. S. Kirkpatrick . Singing led by Mr. Julian P. Moorman a a a a a Service and Satisfaction 8 You always get the best quality, latest styles and lowest prices. . . s Expert repairing promptly executed. Geo. E. Bisanar Jeweler and Optometrist. V "... Watch inspector So. and C. & N. W. Rys. 3'--11 P ' I' " "II1M."I"I "111 gW-H-S?1 ' "iLU In Temporary Home HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO General Insurance and Bonds . . Office between First National and Southern Public Utilities Co. " Swim Legion 'Swimming Pool 10 a. m. 10 p. m. Water Clean ami Cool Special attention given women and children Carolina Paik V tic tiki Telephone 94-J J. C. DeRUODES Notary,, Public Offico over Yoder'3 Carry and Save Have Your AUTO TOPPING AND UPHOLSTERING Done At HICKORY AUTO & TOPPING COMPANY J. G. Wolfe, Manager West 11th Avenue Geo. E. Bisanar DOCTOR OF OPTICS , Error of Refraction and all Optical defects corrected with properly fitted glasses Office and examination room in connection with Jewelry store CYRUS C.B ABB Mem. Am. Coc. Civil Engrs. Waterpower, Waterworks And Sewerage Land Sub-division Highways HICKORY, N. C. Cahmber Commerce Building Address: Granite Falls, N. C. . G. W. RABY, M. D., D. C. Chiropractor and Spinal Specialist Over Essex Jewelry Store Chirapractic Eliminates the Cause of Disease Phone 528-J , JITNEY SCHEDULE Hickory-Lenoir Jitney Schedule Leave Lenoir 8:30 p. m. ' Leave Hickory fi p. m. Arrive for No. 21 and 22. 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 FIRE FIRE USE 1EC0RD UIANT (IDS SE IJECORD ANT JIdS Chase & Sanborn SEAL BRAND COFFEE Best Grown in The World. Whitener & Martin Have your Shoes Mended at the SHOE FIXERY Irleat Leather. Used Best Work, (Guaranteed Under Singer Office , Two Entrances Front and Rear WILLIAMS & PEARSON PRESSING CLUB L. A. Wheeler, Prop. Cleaning Altering Repairing Phone 414 Hickory, N. C. WE WELD IT BAKERS GARAGE !)th Avenue Hickory, N. C. Hickory Lodge No.343 ? "'.1, - . - , Regular j Communication First and Third Monday nights Brethren cordially invited to be present ! D. H. SHUFORD, W.;M. , W. L. BO ATiUGHT, Sec A.J.ESSEX Graduate Optometrist Office in Jewelry Store Where Your Eyes receive expert service without the use of drugs Hickory Harnesi Co. . Manufacturers of all Kinds of ILARNESS, BRIDLES, SADDLES, AND STRAP WORK Repairing a Specialty HICKORY, N. C. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE I have some very desirable city and ,country property for sale. If interested, see, phone or write J. W. HOKE Hickory N. Car. D. tGLENN R. FRYE PHYSICIAN Office over Hicfcory Drug Co. Hours: 10 to 12 3 to 5 7 to 9 Phcne: Office 96 Residence 477-L We do All Kinds of Radiator Repair Work Johnson's' Garage PHONE 377. fniiRifPinnfiRRRiinHRiiiinnnmRRiinniinRRiiniinnnnnnnnnnRRnHCinnn Mrs. J. M. Cline of Granite Falls is visiting Mrs. W. T. Hilton. Mrs. Ernest Yount of Newton was a visitor in the city yesterday. o Mrs. Worth Elliott and Mrs. J, O. Hull are spending several tlavs in Charlotte. The many friends of Miss Mabel Hight will regret to learn that she is confined to her home with malaria Mrs, John Perkinson and Mrs. , S H. Gausney of Salisbury ; spent yes terday with Mrs. W. C: Squires." Miss Nettie Sharp has gone to Blow ing .-Rock Where she will . teach " this winter. Mrs. W. C. Calvert arrived today from Greenwood. S. C, to spend sev eral "days with her sister "Mrs'."R. F. Hendley. : Mr Lindsay Smith of Kings Moun tain was a Hickory visitor yesterday and last night, the guest of Mr. A, M. West. o Mrs. W. F. Elliott and daughter anrt Mrs. Ledbetter ot Kutherlom Collece were among the out of town shoppers in the city yesterday. o Miss Eugene Link returned to Snlishnrvtodav .after ' spending sev eral davs with her grand mother, Mrs. S. Whitener. Miss Essie Propst and Mr. Bank hart of Blowing Rock motored to Hick- Propst. T..e Senior Ph laihe'i class of 4he First Baptist ehurrh wi.? r, ..t tomor- r v evening a; S o'clock at the home .vf Mrs. C. L VI- -c:i'-r en Twelfth avcM.e with Mrs W. T Sio i-c and Atrs. Hal Laita a? j'oint b.stes-.:es. Mas. H. B. Chase accompanied" by Misses Ila and Annie Louise Stewart of Jacksonville, Fla, who have been guests of Maj. and Mrs. Geo. . Lyerly of Fifteenth street, left yester day for her home in Hynsville, Ala. o Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Russell, Miss Elizabeth and Mr. Glenn Russell spent yesterday in Asheville returning by way of Mt. Mitchell. They were ac companied home by Mr. R. C. Glenn who spent several days this week in Asheville. -' Mrs. David Cooke, the woman whom the Community club has been inter ested in and made arrangements for taking treatment at the Orthopaedrc hospital at Gastonia. has entered the hospital, Mrs. Worth Elliott taking her down in her car yesterday. o Mr. Long Hollar left this morn ing ofr Rocky Mount where he will spend several days, making the trip throught the country. Mr. John Stroupe accompanied him as far as Wake Forest where he will resume his study of law. The county tax books will be ready for the sheriff by October 15, Regis ter of Deeds Klutz Clifapard -told Clerk Espey at the municipal build ing over the telephone today. ;The register is being held up on account of receipts, the printers, being unable to deliver much before that time. The condition of Master James Hosley who has been quite ill for sev eral days was improved today. The young man ran a splinter into his foot several weeks ago, causing in fection which resulted in lockjaw. The many friends of James and his family will wish for him a speedy recovery. Mrs. C. C. Bost, committee woman from this district and Mrs. R. A. Grjmes, president of the Legion Auxiliary, will attend the second an nual convention of the North Carolina auxiliary at Greensboro which con venes there this week. Mrs. Bost went down this morning and Mrs. Grimes will leave tonight for Greens boro. AN INVITATION TO BETHEL The Rev. N. C. Williams, of Granite Falls, is doing good gospel preaching every night at Bethel "Methodist church near the western edge of Long view. Let all the Longview people and others come- Come, pray, work. J. R.; WALKER, Pastor, I! II n II ory yesterday to spend a few hours j society ot the; Baptist churcn and leaa with Miss Propst's parents. Mr. andier-pf Circle : No. 2 who leaves thi.s iTva K W Pronst month for Virginia. to make her. home, Revival Services at the Methodist Ghuricb 'i feEGIN NEXT SUNDAY MORNING SEPT. THE 10th Trained Choir of One Hundred Voices Jruan Moorman will lead the Singing XR. Y. P. U. MEETS The Junior B. Y. P. U. of the First Baptistychurch met Tuesday evening ior ;delightiul social at the home oi Master Reid Hatfield. A goodly mem ber of the Juniors were present and enjoyed lots of games on tne beautiful lawn. Mrs. Mary Lawrence and Mrs. A. J., Essex, leaders, of their voumr neo pie? tog'tether with Mrs. 'Hatfield and Mr. jJssex joined in the games and helped to make the evening pleasant. Alter ah -hour of fun they were invited on the porch, where ice cream eones' were ; served in abundance. IiOOK CLUB MEETS I j Ar tall ; business meeting of the Wednesday" Afternoon Book club wa& held vesterdav afternoon at the home of ithe president, Mrs. E. Bryan Jones on: Fifteenth street to select books for the series. A diversified selection" of books pro - mises an exceedingly interesting evai for the club. After transacting all business matters : the club enjoyed rlaintv sandwiches and tea which the hostess served. The date for the first regular meet ing of the clubvyear will be decid ed upon later. CIRCLE ENTERTAINS With Mrs. J. L. TLat'ta hs hostess Baptist church held one of the most delightful meetings m " the history of the circle. Tuesday ,evtnin- when Mrs. John Young, a valued membei of the circle who expect to leave Hickory soon and Mrs.-JW. Clark- son, president' -yof the Missionary were quests of honor at an entertain- ment e-iven hv thj circle. A charming arrangement of pretty! summer flowers adorned the home and enlianned the air of cordial hosni- tality and festivity, Numerous game? were entered into;, with zest and m a 'merrv contest Mrs ' Clarkson drew the prize, a large red, "Stick of candy while Mrs. A. J. Essex";Ava.5 consoled with the booby prize, 4; funny sjtest containing a cartoon oi"Maggie Anu Jiggs. - The guests were then invited into the dining oom which was beautifully decorated, a color scheme of red, white and green being effectively carried out. The guests gather ;J around the tub.'e nd enjoyed a delicious repast. Following this t'.cy returned to the living room and the hoste .s 111 behalf cf the society presented Mrs. Clark-.-.on yith a cut glass candlestick con U: nii, a pure Wiiite candle. The gift eniblamatic ct the life of Mrs. Clarkson whose light has shone steadily and purely in Christian workfc The esteem and good wishes of the society were expressed to Mrs. --- - Young .in the form of a miscellaneous hower which was arranged on a table nd placed before her. The occasion also beingjthe birthday ar.nivorsary of Mrs. L, B. Turtle, the hostess pre sented her with a silver bon bon d.sh. Although tii -occasion was saddened with the thought that Mi '. Claries n ami Mrs. "Young would sr.on depart ' f .om their midsr, yet t;hp circle was thVnkful for Ww time that the:-e de lightful ' women have , spent among HERMAN-SUTTLEMYRE " A quite wedding was- solemnized in St. Andrew's Lutheran church here last evening at nine o'clock, when Miss Lottie Suttlemyre and Mr. Clyde L. Herman, both popular young peo ple of the city, were united in maj riage,, Rev R. R. Pfiery, the bride's pastor, performing the ceremony, in the presence of only a few relatives of the contrafcting parties. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Herman left for: a short honeymoon, and upon their return they will be at home their handsome new residency in jvgnjiyui to, Mrs. Herman is the "attractive daughter of Mrs. D. J. Suttlemyie of this city. She was educated at Lenoir College, specializing in voice. For the past : several years she has A caloelnHv fnr Setzer and ull uv.w.., Russell store and enjoys a very wide circle of friends and ; acquaintances Mr. Herman is a graduate of Lenoir College and Bowling Green Universi ty, Bowling Green, Ky. He is a son of Mrs. Candace Herman of this city and is "w holding a position with the First Natipnal Pank of Hickory. He is very nopular with all who know him and is a young man of exceptional worth. , TO ENTERTAIN TEACHERS Hickory high school teachers Lenoir -College tacui.ty will be jointly., entertained one evening this month by the Kivanis club, President Bagby announced a t Tuesday evening's din ner. The time for the dinner will de pend on the weather, the Kiwanians waiting for the cooler days. WEST WTP.KTbRV ITKMC West Hickory, Sept6. Mr, U-L Moss has finished the new postof fice building- on Squire Barger's ; lot and Mr. Barger has had the postoffice I tully equipped with boxes and a fine I esK and everything is in iirst class condition and the postoffice is now I in full opperation, with Mr. G. T. Barger as post master and Mr. Albert Barger assistant. Mr. and Mrs. A. HuXfm'an spent several days the past week with re latives in Burke county.- ; . Mr. J.J p. Huffman," who has been working for several years at Rhod- niss, has changed work and is now working at the loundiy. in West Hick ory: : '- -" ;": Mr. Zeh. Lackey ' has - sold his res- I taurarit and cold drink?stand; in West I mcKory to Mr. waiter .uarsweu. I graded school of West Hick- I or y started this morning with a full I attendance of the children and there I was also quite a number of the I patrons of the school -present to see I me WorK start Squire G. T. Barger ' reports a double wedding at his home in West Hickory Saturday evening at 7:3Q the iirst couple was Mr. Emmett rurmire and Miss Calhe Benge. These young people formerly lived in Ashe county but are now residents of Lont- view, and as soon as Mr. Barger pro nounced this couple man and wife the next couple, Mr. Thomas Biack wood and Miss Edith Walker without giving the squire anytime to rest came forward and were also united n the holy bonds. . of matrimony Phese young people also both live in j Longview. These, young people have; many friends in Longview and West nicivuiy who ejLbeiiu uieir uesi wiaiiea. -Mr. Mark Benlield went to Lexmg I ton Saturday on. business &upt. J. Li. bcruggs spent tne weeic I ond with relatives at Uastonia. Mrs. Kansas Wfest and children ot j Henrietta spent the week end here with Mrs. west sister, mrs. Kx. w. I Hicks. .. .' T. J. L Grove's GhSBB Tonic Old Standard Remedy for Chills and Malaria. 60c Rv. iC. M. Campbell of Me Aden- ville was a visitor in the city today. Thousands Of Women Are Now Taking. This M,,,.. ' f ReWCF TO! HI Ul IVOR Worn-out Housewife Tells How She Quickly Regained Her Health and Strength. V "Only a short two weeks ago 1 was so tired, nervous nd worn - out from tha drain on my nerves anu screnatli ti lioust: liola drudgery , that I thought l could not keep up another day. a ssiort two weeKs treatment of the new er form of iron has given me a marvelous increase m health, 'strength and energy. Now I ean do niv whole houfce without ' help, and do not have to sit at home in the evening "aU4n" sick and nervous." "The above is a typical hypothetical case," says Dr. James Francis Sullivan. formerly physican of BeUeyne Hospital ffi : l . ' V, - one , ana me Westchester County Hospital. "You ean- not be well and strong and full of vigor force and power unless your Wood is rich 4n iron. It is your red Wood that enables you to resist and overcome disease and hat noui-iaiics every organ in your body Without iron your blood becomes thin, pals and watery , Poor blood cannot nour ish your vital orgaps and aa a result you may have pains in your heart or kidnevs, indigestion, headaches, and feel all "run down" and tired out." When your blood lacks iron dn not ncto your time taking stimulating medicines or -,, .!.. u.,l r' gj ,th newer u&M6f SSSTwiS ail druggists under the name of Nuxated iron, which is nive tne iron in spinach, . lentils, and apples, and is in a form easily assimilated into your blood. Get a bottle of TCuxated Iron today. Take it for two weeks and if you have not like thousands of others, obtained nwst sur prising health, strength nttl energy; the'" manulacturers w'U jtiQU.Hv refund your mppey. OThe following ios-al dmggists will tteU you Nuxated Iron with this "Batisfac tion or money back" guarantee. , Hickory Drug Co.- Adv. ; ' I I and I Something $ew9 j i Is Here! Griffon Clothes for Fall A ioy bringing Ipt. l3T he ilew Griffon niddels. I Graceful of smart of style. Fashioned of godd-to-loofe upon fab rics. All wool and every thing.. Price tags, too, that greet you pleasantly. Hie - favorites - are $25, $30 and $35. M oretz - Clothing Co. ft I' WMB "TKe Quality SKop" : ; ALEXANDER DEMOCRATS PUT FULL TICKET OUT Taylorsville, Sept. 7. The Demo cratic county convention met named a full ticket for the county electlon which will be held in November. Quite a large crowd was present and much interest was manifested in the nominations. The following list com prise the nominees -who will repre sent the Democratic ticket at ti e polls this fall: For the Legislature John L. Gwaltney. Clerk of Court . I Raleigh W. WORN OUT AFTER SHE COOKED A KiEAL Toole Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound Read the Result Cincinnati, Ohio. "I suffered for a year with nervous troubles and irregular ities belore 1 took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. N My back pained all the time and I was unfit for housework. I was worn out if I cooked a meal, and was un able to do my wash ing. My girl friends and my sister told me if I would take vonrVfcfit.M C!nm- pound and Liver Pills I would be re lieved. After taking the first bottle I felt better, and neglected it awhile, but found I could not do my work until I was stronger. So I took the Vegetable Compound again and now I am the mother of a 19 months old boy. He i3 fat and healthy and I am sure I could never have carried him if it had not been for your Vegetable Compound. I recommend your medicine to all women although I am young to be advising some one older." Mrs. Christ. Petroff, 318 W. Liberty St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Lydia ,E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound contains no harmful drugs and can be taken in safety by any woman. I....... ..I.I PI P i J The line. Ahd so Whitener Chatham. . Register Lester Query." . . Sheriff J. B. RobinetteJ" . Treasurer L. M. Brown. Surveyor L. W. Sommers. Coroner J. F.- Burgess. . Commissioner S. V. Patterson; J. A. Pennell and H. IV Bowinnn. The convention in session, also named A. L. Wiatts of Stoney Point, chair man, and J. J. Alexander of Ta Ws ville, as secretary cf the Demo-rat fc county convention for the next iv years. German generals writing memories are rendering patriotic service by re ducing the number of presses available for priting marks. Boston Transcript. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE RECORD Cold-Mi Milk is a delicious and healthy food drink. However, it iiiuist Ik frigid to be enjoyed. If you want to keep milk cold or any ollu-r liquid cold, place it in a Ther mos Bottle and it will keep cold for days. We carry Thermos in ill styles. We have the lunch kits. Gdods are standard and prices popular. Lutz Drug Store "ON THE CORNER" Phone 17 and 317 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0 0 Thermos 4-