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THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1922.
THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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AMMG FACTOR
Will be Pleased to Show Their tines Beginning Saturday
at 8 A. IVL, September 9th, at Their Store on 9 th Avenue
Weaver Piano
One of the very finest
and more instruments in
North Carolina than any
other make. Also York
and Livingston Pianos
and-Players-
Rudolph Wurlitzer
One of the largest concerns of the world.
Ask to see the Student Piano. One-half usual size.
Excelled by none in volume and tone. '
Jesse v&encli
Piao
are well known for their excellence and used by
many of the musicians of Hickory.
Piano
lardman
Used for years by Me
tropolitan -Opera Go.,
and their artists. Caruso
says: "It is my favorite
piano."
Ask to
Baby Grand.
see
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VICTROLAS
and a fine selection of the best records. Hear the
September records and see the New Console
Models.
The
entury
Edition
about 2,000 numbers of the world's best clas
sics all sold at 15 cents per copy. As good as the
best. Ask for catalog.
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS TURING AND REPAIRING OF ALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS .. IN THE FINEST EQUIPPED SHOP IN THE SOUTH
We have an UNUSUAL SHOWING of Fine Violin's, Guitars, Banjos, Ukuleles, Accordeons, Harmonicas, Strings for all instruments and supplies to suit
the needs of all musicians. . , . .
A few very fine used church and Parlor Organs. Several fine second hand pianos and Edison' Phonographs.
Any goods purchased from us will be exactly as represented and we handle "Standard Pianos Only." -
REASONABLE TERMS
"IF IT'S MUSIC, LEAVE IT TO US
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.,' IW I One Cent a Word for Each Insertion
It THIS SIZE TYPE TWO CENTS A WORD
This Size Three Cents a Word
All ada cash jvith copy. Count the words before sending in your
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FOR SALE-Wetttinghouse automatic
electric range in perfect condition.
.Reason for selling, leaving town.
ippiy lenth avenue. Phone
325-L
9-7-3 t pd
FOR SALE Brand new 7-room bun
galow on South 15th street. All' mod
ern conveniences. Splendid basement.
Terms part cash. Apply 1508U0tn
avenue, Phone 325-L 9-7-3t pd
FOR SALE Cottage on Eighth Ave
nuc adjoining the Fred Flagler
home. iCVse in. Modern. Water,
light3. Just worked over. Terms
reasonable. W. B. Council. 0-2-6t pd
WANTED A good cook and house
keeper at once. Write or phone
A. E. Pcnland, 1121 Ninth avenue.
FOR SALE New i-rom bungalow
with bath and all modern conven
iences. Located on 19th Street. If in
terested see D. M. Boyd & Co., or
Phone 88. Price and terms to suit
purchaser. D. M. Boyd & Co. 8-31-tf
FOR SALEONE OVERLAND CAR.
EASY TERMS. JOHNSON'S GAR.
AGE. 8-26-tf.
ALL MAKES OF PHONOGRAPHS
and Talking, machines cleaned and
repaired. Have your machine clean
ed and overhauled before the spring
, , breaks. Its cheaper. Piedmont Pho
nograph Co. 7-19
WANTED Ten ladies experienced in
sewing. Apply in person. Hickory
Overall Co.
:)-7-t
FOR SALE CHEAP Good paying
imiall business $500.00 and easy
terms on balance. Owner leaving
; town: "X" care Record. 9-7-2t pd
WANTED To do your plain sewing,
Childrens " clothj,s a speciality.
Phone 175-L , 9-6-3t-pd
WANTED Several mechanics and
meehinists. Permanent jobs paying
high wages with privilege of over
, time., Work im good town. Trans
portation furnished. Address C. C.
Carpenter care Record. 9-6-2t pd.
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. See me before it is
gone. My office is in the Home Can
ner Building on 11th ave., Phone No.
64. D. L. Martin, Real Estate Agent.
9-5-6t.
TOlEOl!
BYMOViES
WANTED You to know we are ag
ents for Charlotte Steam Laundry.
:Work culled for and delivered. Wil
liams & Pearson. Phone 414. 9-6-3t
WANTED Man to work in dairy
barn. Good house, water arjd lights
furnished free. Good wages. Apply
H. P. Robinson, manager . Grnnda
Dairy Farm.
I HAVE SOME NICE BARGAINS IN
Real Estate close in property and
Suburban property, for sale. My office
is in the Home Conner Building on
11th ave. Phone Nov. 04. D. L. Martin,
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms
one furnished modern. See. D. Wi
Cook, Rex Lunch Room, Phone 248-J.
9-4-3t.
FOR RENT Two ' furnished rooms,
light housekeeping, telephone water
lights. Mrs. Clement, Phone 65.
9-2- eod tf.
TRY OUR HOME MADE CANDIES,
Tee cream and Fountain drinks. J.
Hensy Hil, 9th avenue- . 7-25-tf
FOR SALE OVERLAND REDAN
EASY TERMS. JOHNSON'S GAR
AGE. : 8-26-tf.
"Real Estate Agents
GRATITUDE
The ' fluent : I suppose your husband
i i very fond of yachting?
lhe owners Wife: Yell no; he isn't
really. Sometimes it makes him awful
sick, but he made his money outa can-
nod salmon dnnn' th' war an' he feels
9-5-6t. he kinda owes it to the sea. Life.
Springfield, 111., Sepl 7. Bernadote,
a .Rip' Van 'Winkle town, is awakening
from a century of sleep.
Like those souls living 'on yonder
hill' above Spoon river, who were quek
oned into .life by the imagination of
Edgar Lee Masters in his "Anthology"
the unperturbed inhabitants' of this
stiange little village on the same
Spoon river, have been touched with
life by the pen of a newspaper writer.
Without telephones, automobiles, rail
roads or any modern conveniences, this
town had gone on in its undisturbed
Way for a hundred years, sleeping
quietly in a busy world, until a few
day's. ago when it was "discovered" -1y
a motion picture director; and the
next morning awqke to fame with a
column of type in a Bloomington news
paper. C. L. Varnard, -looking about for a
"location" to film a country town
scene, ran across tne village. It has
no railroads and half the inhabitants
claim never to have seen a train. It
has no picture shows, and of course
had never seen a motion picture cam
era. There are no telephones and no
electricity in the town. The old village
grist mill is still grinding away every
day with water from the same spillway
that supplied the minn a century ago.
: But now strange things are happen
ing in Bernadote. Big automobiles
whizz through the village. There is the
usual smell of oil and gasoline. The
swirling dust from many pneumatic
tires distress the bewildered inhabi
tant. Oldj ladies in cafico dresses
no longer go their quiet way to the
village .store and lonk whiskered old
men no longer calmly whittle the hours
away under the village trees. Their
nerves twitch and the day is no longer
calm.
The articles describing the rustic
wonders of the superanuated village
has brought tourists from far and
wide. '
About the town go unusual looking
men with cameras and stage aopear
ances. They are the moving picture
people who are going to put Berna
dote in the films. Berriadote is
walking. Some of the oldest inhabitants
tnmk its a nightmare.
Most of the folks of the town are
farmers. A few of the oldest ave con
sidered to be retired. The others work
in the fields, -harvesting crops fro m
the same ground their fathers arid
grandfathers tilled.
There are two small wooden build
ings in the village that serve as stores,
where the simple wants of the neonle
are supplied. The houses are quaint and
old fashioned, of the old colonial and
English type. Picket fences separate
the yards. Old fashioned flowered gar
dens bloom in the dooryards.
JOHN SMYRE'S SCHOOL
NEEDS SOME AID
For two years I have been trying to
establish w-hat is known as a chari
table institutiona.1 work. At first I
bought my work was all in vain, but by
leceivip.g" aid from both white , and
colored 'iriends I have still been able
to remain in heart.
By allowing motherless and father
less ; children the privilege of attend
ing the summer school for half price,
and free tuition, I was not able to
bear all expenses, and now I am ask
ing the friends of the poor and needy
children to help me in this benevolent
work. - -
Any money or clothing will be most
thankfully appreciated and applied to
the benefit of the children.
. Thanking you in advancefor any
thing vou may give,
J. Fi SMYRE. Pres.
.. . - L. A. BARBER, Sec.
"SILLYADS"
(Copyright 1920 R. V- C. Smith
A man called the operator over the
"phone. and -asked for 228 Absent mind
ed, she gave him our restaurant be
cause she knew it was "double-to-ate"
here for your money. The Colonial
Cafe. '
of P-eppi-Cola.
When autoing with vour CLily and
talking of ambitions and how tire-less
you are, suppose you hear a report and
find you are tire less. It wouldn't have
happened if it had been a Henderson
tire from Catawba Tire Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Barber now' have a
son, and it's a fine little shaver. Wc
give good attention to the little shaver
and his hair. Cline Barber Shop. M.
E. Cine.
Recently Miss Black and Mr. White
a colored couple were united in mar
riage. This is the first case where a
black was made white. We always
make black things white at Hickory
Steam Laundry.
Speaking bf work, do you know we
all close and raise a lid over 10,000
times a day? Not the Hd of a trunk,
but the lid of our eye. When they be
come hard to raise and close, just
visit Essex. .
Say it with flowers, but settle it with
threatened to charge them with as
sault on battery. 'We charge you eco
nomically and your battery iu:!y. Hick
ory Battery Comapny.
Snpnkinir rvf the affects of alcohol
even Water will rot rubber. For a good i furniture from Tipton Furniture Co
elastic?' drink that you will want to
stretch to the; last drop try a bottle
The autoist who had his battery re-
1 charged at a certain service station
NEW INDUSTRY LOCATES
HERE FOR BI SIXES)
Mr. William A. Rhodes has obtained
a temporary lease from the Pledmo;:t
Foundry and Machine Company r
quarters for an electrical repair awi
construction business which !k. win
conduct under the name of Wcs:ton
house Electric Construction Company
Mr. Rhodes, who comes from tan
east, said the present oppoiiuniiir:;
and future prospects of a growing
cityand industrial community brougnt
him here. Mr. Rhodes will devot
tention to his plant, but will
specialize on residential repairs, lig.
ing effects and electrical docorati?m.
He is enthusiastic about Hickory ;
is sure he will like it here.
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The railroad heads and tmim hwU
are much in evidence these striking
days, but what is needed is more rail
road hands. Danville Register.
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