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TUESDAY. tVElQHPfEMBER 26. 1 922.
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THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD
Thousands Enjoy Great
Singing Convention Here
nf THESE fjf BMMG
; I V&HT ADV V RESULTS
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One Cent a Word for Each Insertion
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This Size Three Cents a Word
All ads cash with copy. Count the words before sending in your
FOR SALE Good home made swrun
in' gallon buckets 75c gallon. Good
seed rye-$1.50 bushel. Several eollio
pups, males $4. W. L Eckard. It-aid
N C. - !)-12i-3t p i
WANTED Small tract of
timber near Hickory. See
L. L. Moss.
standing
or writ a
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FOR SALE New seven-room Urick
bungalow. Furnace heated hard
wood floors' and all' modern' con
venience. .'Big Inisenu-nt. Rea-io,:
for selling leaving city. Aubi in
if. Setzer. Phone 555-J. 9-2-ot cod
WANTED Young man with sales
ability; good opportunity for ad
vancement. Replv to box 371, : City,
stating age, education and phoiu
number. 9 L'O 2t pd
FOR SALE Second hand baby car
riage excellent condition. Call 585-J.
9-25-21
FOR JtKNT-
for light
417-L.
-T;iree rooms and hall
house-keeping. Phone
9-25-2t.
AUE YOUR HENS LAYERS OK
loafers ? Get some of my Reefer's
Move Eggs and Mayer's Lay More.
Make the hens pay this winter. W.
Lee Pearson, Fishman 9-2."-:5t-pd.
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TWO NICE HOUSES FOR SALE in i
West Hickory. Easy terms. J. C
. Martin. 9-2"-3t-pd
SECOND HAND PIANO in good re
pair for sale, cheap. J. C. Martin.
9-25-t-pd.
APARTMENT FOR RENT On 13th
avenue near Lutheran church. Ap--iply
E. "L. Shuford 9-25-2t.
GIRLS EFFICIENT WITH SEWING
machine can make $3.00 per day
clocking Hosiery. Apply to E. L.
Shuford. . 9-25-tf
FOR SALE-
nue. Apply
Williams.
-My - home on' Ith ave
on Saturday to Jno. W.
9-25-Gt.
FOR RENT Nice rooms in private
, home, close in. Phone 349-L
9-23-(!t-pd.
FOR SALE OVERLAND SEDAN
EASY TERMS. JOHNSON'S GAR
AGE. 8-2t-tf.
WANTED At once 20,000 feet 1 inch
dry oak lumber. Southern Toy Com
pany. ALL MAKES OF PHONOGRAPHS
and Talking machines cleaned and
, repaired. Have your machine clcan
; ed and overhauled before the spring
breaks. Its cheaper. Piedmont Pho
Hotfraph Co. "T-ia
FOR SALE Cheap by J. W. Clark-
son one e ncyclopaedia, sewing
machine; 1 set cnglish china. 1 iron
safe, feather ipillows and bolsters,
1 bureau, picture frames, 1 kitchen
table, 1 carpet sweeper, chairs 4
round tables, 2 meat cutters. Call
313-L on phone or come to 715
8jh street, Hickory, N. C. 9-20-bt pd.
FOR SALE-F-Seven year old 'mare.
Well broken to plow and wagon.
F. O. Davis 530 Highland Avenue
. U-18 tf.
FOR SALE Hy J. W. Clarkson one
Ford Sedan ear on easv terms to
reliable party. Price $000.00. Bought
in November 1921. Phone 313-L or
come to 715 8th sitreet. 9-0-6t pd
SECOND HAND BUGGY HARNESS
in good repair, for sale. J. C. Martin.
9-25-3t-pd.
WANTED Someone to sew in home.
Only experienced se-qmsU-py,.., uoed.
apply. Phone 3G3-.1. " 9-25-3t
WANTED To do plain and fancy
sewing. Phone 144-L. Mrs. J. W.
Williams. 9-25-tf
SMALL FARM want to trade for a
second hand automobile. J. C. Martin.
9-25-3t-pd.
WANTED Position by stenographer
with about a years experience ad
dress Box 401 or call 57-L. 9-23-4t pd
FOR RENT Two rooms with private
bath and steam heat. Phone 373-J.
9-22-Gt.
UP-TO-DATE BUNGALOW for sale,
close in. J. C. Martin. 9-25-3t-pd.
WE TRUST ANY HONEST MAN OR
woman to take orders for 100 abso
lute necessities, and remit our share
to us. A special proposition makes
prices lower than "cut rate" stores.
Our representatives clearing from
$25.00 to $60.00 weekly everywhere.
This is the most extraordinary di
rect selling proposition ever offer
ed. Write today for particulars. A.
Rasmussen, Dept. 10, Ilerrs Island,
Pittsburgh, Pa. 9-19-21-2G-(5ct- 3t-pd.
TRY OUR HOME MADE CANDIES,
Ice cream and Fountain drinks. J.
Uenry Hill, 9th avenue-
7-25-tf
NEW SWIMMING RECORD
SET BY MISS II ART
Aldershot, Sept. 8. Miss Hart has
broken the world's swimming record
for 100 meters breast stroke, accom
plishing the distance in one , minute
thirty-three and two fifth seconds. She
swam in the Aldershot Command
Baths. The previous record was - one
minute thirty seven and three-fjfth
.seconds M "( M5ss j -Van iBogaext, in,
Belgium, on July 22 last. . ;
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To
Farmers
The J. T.tCline Cotton Gin on 9th
.1
Avenue will be ready to gin cotton on
Monday ,2Stril off September.
Bring in your cotton and give us a
West Hickory, Sept'. 26. The gospel
singing convention held at the Saint's
auditorium in West Hickory Saturday
night and Sunday under the leader
ship of Prof,' Joe Humphries of Gaf
fney, S. C, assisted by Prof. Wade
Humphries and Judge L. W. Stroup,
was a grand success in every way.
All the quartettes ,as had been pre
viously announced in the Daily Recoro
were present and several others were
added to the program. The convention
convened on Saturday night and con
tinued all day . Sunday. Thei-e were
about 1000 persons present Saturday
night to hear the sjning start ?na
on Sunday the seating capacity of the
auditorium was filled and a large
number on the outside. The congre
gation was estimated at 2000 and I
am satisfied there was that many and
probably more as there were ,people
nere.trem all sections of the stace ana
quite a number from South-Carolina.
The quartettes present were the
Gaffney ciuartette of South Carolina,
Sebren's quartette of Asheville, Pret.
Hilton's quartette of Hudson, Prof.
Philips' quartette of Long-view, Prof.
II. Simmonfs, quartette of Lenoir,
the Buif quartette of Casar and the
Valdese quaitette,'APrQf, Deal's quar
tette of Connelly Springs and probably
others. As a matter 'of 'fact -the-choirs
and many good singers "of West Hick
ory were also present to take ' part
in the singing. ;;
We would oe more than pleased to
give full details of all the fine sing
inj: done by all the choirs and quar
tettes present, but that .would take too
much space and we will have to be
satisfied with saying that the progras
consisted of songs by the choirs and
solos, quartettes and duets and we
want to say that each one whether
song, solo., or quartette, was just
simply elegant each one taking part
in these songs showing that he was
well trained in music and all doing
themselves great honor in delivering
their songs. All the choirs and quar
tettes were highly complimented by
the large audience. Everyone mads
the remark the work was complete
and that they could not see where
any improvement could be made any
where in the singing. .
. I think it was generally admitted
without a dissenting voice that this
was a great deal the best singing
convention that has ever been held
here. All TJtesent were .immensely
pleased with the fine style in whicti
Prof. Joe Humphries conducted the
service. Uncle Joe, as he is "usually
known here by his friends knows
just how to conduct a singing con
vention to get the best results. He
savs he has been doing this kind of
work for about 16 years and during
that time has held between .300 and
400 conventions and he reports that he
has never held a sivging convention
anywhere that was any better than
the one held in West Hickory.
Of course Rev. Mr. and Mrs. G.
TT Pvp. nastor of the church, were
nrpsent aidine- and helpiner in the
work and the other ministers present
helping in the work, were Rev. W: R
Walker. Rev. Mr. Freeman, Rev
Brown. Rev. Harris. Rev. R H L
Pendleton and the ministers and all
others uresent agreed that this was
the trreatest sinaine convention that
had ever been held here.
The large audience then gave a vote
of thanks to Trof. Humphries for his
crood work done in conducting the
service. The vote war. unanimous. This
compliment was highly appreciated
by Prof. Humphries.
Several nice talks .were made dur
ing the convention by Prof. Humphries
and all the ministers nresent made
Short talks, ail stating that tney were
greatly pleased with the entire pro
gram. '
While we feel in this meagre stater
ment one half has been left untold.
we have space for" no more.
But we must say in this connection
that the two features of this meeting
that attracted the greatest attention
were Prof.,G. G. Hagler of Asheville
playing a solo using to produce the
music a hand saw and a violin bow.
This was certainly remarkable, this
being entirely new and made every
body wonder what next. The other
noted feature was the three small
children of Mr. Charlie Deal singing
all the books of tjte new testaments
They were well rhymed and were
greatly complimented. " ;
.42! th.3 leaders and all those who
took part in getting up this . singing
ai-e highly gratified and report that
the convention was all - they have
desired along every line. In fact they
were so well (pleased that it was de
cided by a vote that an annual sing
ing convention be held on the fourth
Sunday in September each vpar, and
also asking Uncle Joe' to be leader
of these singings.
Visiting quartettes through their
leaders returned their thanks to the
people of West Hickory- for the cour
tesy shown them by all the people
and also wishing that they, could
come again. i T. J. L.
HIS PRESCIENCE
Youth (by the sea). "You little
thought a week ago that you'd be sit
ting on a lonely seashore with a man
then unknown to you." , ,
Maiden "Oh, yes I did.
"But, dear, vou didn't know me
then!" ! ! .,.-' , . - '
"Of course, not. but. knew my
self." London , Opinion. W ' - : '
Report of ther condition of the
CONSOLIDATED TRUST CO.
At Hickory, In The Stats of North
Carolina, At The Close
of Business
SEPTEMBER 15, 1922
RESOURCES:
Loans and discounts- $294,609.04
Demand loans 12.780.00
Overdrafts , NONE
United States bonds and lib
erty bonds - - 1,050.00
All other stocks, bonds, and
mortgages 5,000.00
Banking Houses $10,000.00
Furniture and
fixtures'..:.'... 6,484.39 16.484.39
All other real estate owned 7,500.00
Cash in vault and net
amounts due from banks,
bankers and trust com
panies ..':......:.:. -
Cash . iteAfcs held over 2 1
bouts
Checks for clearing ...
Customers' liability on ac
ceptances .:.:.
54,192.49
137.75
356.43
Total
... 1,312 25
:..?373,422.95 j
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Ton havean advmnUre ia beir able tocoia
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jnil le brought to yonr home tor your 'iiMurr
tio wittwui obligation, if you phone or write.
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Master Painters : and
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LIABILITIES:
Capital stock paid-in C.0,000.00
Surplus funcr....:..--,..-,-.: 16,000.00
Undivided piofita, les cur
rent expenses and taxes
paid 3,404.5.6
Unearned discount .". 1,500.00
Eils payable ... ': : 12,500.00
Deposits subject to check.... 163,784.55
Demand certificates of de
posit :
Cashier's checks outstand
ing: 1 .
Savinsrs Deposits
Accrued interest due depos
itors :
LuHRlkjllUlUi.
4,710.19
85,830.79
924.85
HAPPY WOMEN
Plenty of Them in 'Hickory,' and
jood Reason for It.
Wouldn't any woman be happy,
nights of unrest,
urinary troubles,
freedom.
will profit by th
tlvas run-down and had no energy, j
j A friend recommended Doan's Kidney !
! Pills and I used them getting them
i at the Hickory Drujr Co. It was
g; j only a shoit time before I was great-j
" I !y relieved. My kidneys were rcgu-
THOSE STKIKES
Total
State of North Carolina County of
Catawba, Hickory, September 23, 1922.
I, L. F. Abernethy, Cashier of the
abovcjirtiamed Bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
L. F. ABERNETHY, Cashier
ouosci-iDea. ana :sworn to betore me,
this 23rd day of September. 1922.
'E. L. FOX. Notary Public
My commission expires Nov. 27, 1923.
Days of misery.
The distress of
24,708.01 When she finds-
Many readers
following:
: Mrs. J. F. Peterson, fiOO'-Sth St.,
Hickory, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills
are 'the best remedy I have ever used.
My kidneys distressed me quite a
:..$373.422.95 long time and I suffered .dreadfully
with the i irregular , action. ; I : was i
hardly ever free from headaches and es home, Transcript.'
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; Price 60e, at all dealers. -. Don't
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