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. v 1 a a u ci a a a a a a El a EJ a a a a " -r -r ILL ' ' - '" I Case of TEXACO Motor Oil iiiii'k :'La Vo will oivp n caso of EASY- POUR TCXACO MOTOR OIL to the person guessing nearest to the number of gallons of oil in ourbooth at the fair.' SECOND PRIZE-5-Q:allon can of Texaco Motor Oil Medium. Be sure 10 -visit our oootn. it win miuitM yui.f ' Free samples of parafine sealing MxK'for the ladies. See the mysterious can of oil that never n ours empty. MM Abemethy Hardware Company .... Distributors of Texaco Petroleum Products iss t m .o a K3 a a a 13 a Virst'pri2"fitt,lng beans created a furore" at the horse show at St. James, Long Island. . Miss Anna Horndahl wore them as earrings. RECSI : GET JOBS AS U ! ROWS WAY ACROSS THE S. GOnSl ' E510AU ATLAXfiC first! North SrJisburv second! That's the way in thn" mntti'i' nf North Caroiin is second hiahc.it m the union in the number of accepted recruits -and 'Salisbury' in several in- the figures st--:nd navai reeruiuiu?. .state The amazing- story concerning- a young woman who ..had rowed her way across the' Atlantic was told by rassen?eiT. upon the recent arrival in New York of the steamship Oorgo Washington of the United States lines. Too voiinc woman, heralded a.5 the 2 ncccnDnaDCutjnoannaannnoonnDoancD i -. ' ' ,,..-.M--..i ;- vri . '.V-T.. f THESE-' fj&l x BMHO" Itl VAtIT AD'S (r ,y RESULTS f Z ; ,.,T3 One Cent a Word for Each Insertion THIS SIZE TYPE TWO CENTS A WORD This Size Three Cents a Word ids cash with copy. Count the words Jfore sending in your ... lur J T One G-roam house on IIKING YOUR SKEI) COTTON To ... . . . i t m .7 1 ........ r fftreefc with modern imnrove Boyd-Buchanan Realty Co., J3 Houhc and lot on 20th ind also barn. Sec John It. mat Hickory chair mfg. Co. 10-2-t pd fRAYED OR STOLEN One yellow dog, answers to the bf "Shippy". Liberal reward armation. Mrs. W. S. St roup. , 10-2- 2t pd T Two houses, nnp an reet and one on 17th street. Setzer. Phone 34 or 133-J. - ! 9-30-tf th J T. flino rrirt. Wo hr.'ii fnttOil and seed. Hickory gin Co. 10-2-3t pd VLB Oa kland thy Motor "Co. Sedan, $100. 0-27-Ct JnCIENT WITH SEWING can make $3.00 per day Hosiery. Apply to E. L. ' U-2o-tf -To do plain and fancy Thone 144-L. Mrs. .1. W. i. Y: ': p-25-tf LLE Five passenger l'uick car, 1919 model, $500. Abcr- lotorCo. ; y-27-ct COTTON' RAGS Wanted. 'rinting CU - , FOR SALE OVERLAND SEDAN EASY TERMS. JOHNSON'S GAR AGE. 8-2G-lf. "announcement I WISH TO ANNOUNCE. TO THE PUBLIC, I HAVE OPENED A FIRST CLASS SfiOE REPAIR SHOP. Service, Satisfaction And Durability WHOLE SOLES HALF SOLES WHORE HEELS HALF HEELS HAND SEWED SOLES LINK'S SJiOE SHOP 1019 13TH ST. NET DOOR TO STANDARD GARAGE NOTICE , j i "- To. II. C. Cline, Ealie L. Miller, J. 1. Wiukler, J. E. Barb, John K. Crouch, Mrs. A. W. 'Hasty, J: W. Moose, J: C. Martin W;. W. Burns W. M. Deal, A. L. Pope, G.. C. McGimsey, G. N, Hutton, L. Flagler, A. S. Abernethy, StarTikud 'Garags & Sales Co.. S. L. Bowman, Carl M.' Dcitz, Mrs. V. D. Brown, W. C. Thompson, W. A. Car stances had ranked first in North j lie'roii;e 0j the trip and credited with Carolina. " ' ! a,. ,-,;.-. ownmnli'slimpvit, 'is Miss ,, Both Salisbury and North Caro- 0f Philadelphia. Miss una have cstabhsneu records Cummings rowed her way across the Atlantic all right, but the rowing feat was accomplished in the gymnasium of the big steamship! Each day during the nine-da ys' trip from Bremen to New York Miss Cum mins rnvvfd fin' six houi-s". The row u:L'i. ..iiJ" in.ti,.' - ' duce age certificates.' However, e-o ; ing was not continuous; however, tor navy and ex-army or any ex-service that would nave ueen an iminjiun: men need not produce ta rowing hours so tnat it wouia not prove too much of a strain. It was calculated by rowing-wise passengers that Miss Cummings rowed at the rate of four miles an hour. During the trip from -Boston it is conceded that she rowed a total of 220 miles. Thi Inf-fi1' rerr'iitinp- stat;i-n has been' exceptionally active during Its stay', here and has had remarkable success. '"".'.'' A hew ruling has been made, to the effect that hereafter all appli cants' betore enlisting, must prp- ese certifi-I feat even for a crack .athlete of the cates, their discharge being sufficient male' persuasion. SheN divided her the 1 as pioots ot tqeir ages. Ths names and addresses of 20 anuiicants -accented here ar follows: Harold Lucky Loudern-.ilk, Brook ford, James W, Gray Wades bo ro; Walter Lambuth Terrcl. Ruther ford CoMpgc, Clajton Edward Riddle, Rutherford College; James Laxton, Granite Falls; David Cook, Hickory; Clinch Haywood ' Sheppard, Silver Street, Thomas AVado Brown ing, R..1, Stoney Point; Alfred Sidney Havnev, Rutherford College; Theo dore Arbie William Hilton, Rhodhiss, Albert IIcuc?t Rofcbins, Situs burv; Chas. Ira McJunken, Murphy; John Henrv " Quinu, Biltmofe, Bedford Brantely Hicks, R. l.Granite FaJIs; Edwairl Leray Mize, Route 2, Hickory; Carl Ingold Rink, E- 2- Salisbury; Robert -Thompson, Cooleemee; Thomas - v ' . ' V " Jumper, Whitticr; James Wills,, t;' Cherokee; Laurens Greenwood Lance, 11. 1, AwUn; Dewev Biriy Brigmah, Hope Mill; Garlen Leroy Smith, R. 1, Tavloisville; Roger Ney Grubb, R. 1, Salisbury; Marvin Overcash, R. 1. Troutmana; Thomas Doke Da vis, Weaverville; Robert Lee Hates, R. I, Gold Hill. The fo.Vwing trade scncois are now open at the training stations for desirable applicants. Hospital corps, electrical, machinist, ccoper smiths, radio yeoman '(stenographer) musicians. Salisbury Post. .. I . . , .- WifevSlain. EASILY DECIDED TVs Question -Should' lie Answer iti Easily by Hickory People Which is wiser to have confidence in the opinions of your feiiow-citi- i'r.ens, of people you know, or depend i on statements made by utter strangers residing in tar away plac es? - Read the following: Curie Sigmon, carpenter, R. F. D. No- 3, Hickory, says: "My kidneys in . awful bad condition. My i could hardly .beiUt anl I had to ston work. I could get no relief day or night. My kid nvys; acted too often and the , secre tions were scanty. I used Down's Kidney Pilis getting. them, at Grimes Drug Store. They were what t needed and I have never had any thing do me so much good. I wa? soon able to do a day's work and my back was strong and free from aches and pains." Price 60c at all dealers Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy g Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Sigmon had. Fdter-Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.'- ;: ..Adv " penter, St. Pauls Seminary ,Miss Precy- E Six cylinder Rco turin ous Hawn, J. A. Lentz, Mrs. S. M. if I'll IlliUl.lU (3tWu I finely located in suburbs of t.itnlMAili lif AM1 I?.M LOkln C. Martin 9-27-Gt pd. 120 'acres farm with Ves one-mile from Brook'- Lhousanit cords of . wood jrros C'Cf'Kost. 10-2-3t pd I 1 1 LE Ford inuring car. 130. Sthy. Motor' 'Co. 9-27-Gt nf-Ffvc-paaKcnser Oakland nr, ?25a; Abcrr.cthy Motor "CES OF "PHONOGRAPHS .Jcinpmachines cleaned'arM JJ. Have you machine cloan- overhauled before the spring Its cheaper. Piedmont Pho- ltd . - iE-l'1ijrd 'Coui with cU'c artcr ftiuPiightw. ?150. Abcr. I Motor C.v 9-27-(U Hamrick, P. P. Jones, S. P. Bisanar, Mrs. Lula RaLy, Miss Lizzie Barger, Mr. Peeler, property owners on Eigh teenth Street between Sixth and Eighth avenues and on Eighth avenuo between Seventeenth and Twentieth streets, you.aie hereby ' notified that the City Council at a regular meeting September 2Gth 1022, declared 'the above named district ritirmanent; im provement district and have set Thurs day October 12th, 1922, at 7:30 p. m., Las the time for hearing abutting prop erty owners interested in the above im provement, to appear and show' cause if any why such assessment should not be made. " - JOHN W. BALLEW, This October" 3, 1922. City Mgr. 10-3-3t. , . v. ' . Take lunch at Buttercup Tea Room during Fair Weckv' ' Lunch 11 :13 to, 2 p. m Dinner 6 to 8 p. ta. ; vfe;.: WORKS 1 -:5.liMta.-".'i! : .- ...:..:, . v -t ' A ir ma: .... 1 ' '' -" ?' TO Mothers in a Like Sitiiatidni Should Read This Letter from Mrs. Enrico . a a S3 si a a a of a a 13 o Q D a a ES n a S3 El El ES El ' 13 ESI n S3 K3 191 m 1 m 99 m m m S3 n a Ql ',3 m m m 3S m 4 J 253 P E3 S3 la- Chicago, Illinois -'T took Lydla E. Pinkham's Ve(efcble -.Compound for a I WWW Whad triad doctors and ifSfliail said the same an &3ererat:on; At lirst I 3si??onlv felt the nain on I my ic-it side, but later i I seemed to feel it on 3 H03IE 51ADE CANDIES,' - xm -and Fountain drink?. J. mil, Olli nvvm- ,7-?' tf y.VBSCV.WE TOR THE RECORD After body, of Mrs. Sahra Maude Pase with throat slashed had been found floating at 'Boston, police Of ! that city held Arthur H. Pease (be- i low), her 'husband,., charged with f lh slaying. Pease protests he i Innocent jjpower sewmg-ma- shave a "littla "girl to support. 1 work lrj a tailor shop and that iine(t work has been' very slack this year and I iarri home part of the time. I do .not like to take any chances, so I consulted iriy friends, and one lady said, :Tako -Lydia ' Pinkham's medicine,' so I 'did. -Hi have felt "better it ;ifeight along and am in goodenbugh health U go to work. 1 rdcomtnentl you ft Veg etable Compound and Sanative Wash ta all." Mrs. Marv Enrico, ibd N. Car penter St., Chica;, Illinois. - - Oftc:i Ui-ruther in oJ';liged to support hr children and good health is neces sary. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is iuat the -medicine you cari depend upon. " It i.i a" mediclaa;.for'wo. men's ailments1 and the relief it brought Mrs. Enrico it may b-i:ig 10 you. Keep well by taking Ly y. rinkuani'S Veg- SI a. 731 IB! The Biyson-Snyder-D'illard Company announc es the ron-oval of their store from the old location on : Fourtoohtli Street to the new location, trie H. W. Harris stand, on Union Square. .'..-- .-v,-,": ; . : .... V...; .-.,:- -:-. The building which Mr. Harris vacated several months ago has been under re-construction and is now one of the most modern store buildings in the city. " . It will be our policy to sere the people in Hick ory and Ihn community with strictly high class merchan dise at the lowest possible prices. . . . To secure the volume of business, ve realize that our merchandise must be the very best obtainable, at; prices v;ieh will induce you to buy from us in. prefer ence to oilier stores, .; r. " - - ' 7- :'S -';,'.;. . . .;-l:U' i'l"; y '.' '-; -' ' '' ' :' Personality,, friendship and credit are ail good business-belters, but for a store to be a popular shopping' center, it must also offer attractive quality and prices. We off ef ''the people s in this community every ad vantage and inducement to buy from us. Not wishing to , charge more than a reasonable profit on our merchan dise, we can not see the way clear to open charge ac counts ; ' Selling for cash eliminates the expense of keep ing a book-keeper, the expense of a collector and the cost of stationery and stamps. We add this money to the purchasing power of more'goods which we can sell f Or less money. ! In our new building, we are better prepared than ever to give every phase of service expected from a store of this kind. And courtesy, quality and price are our greatest argument for your patronage. New. goods have been arriving daily for the past two weeks and the largest portion of our stock will con sist of new Fall and Winter Merchandise. " , - Whether or not you need anything this week or next week, we invite you to visit us in our new store. We want you. to. see our merchandise, our store building and our prices. And ve want to get better acquainted with you. - ' v : This weekend next week will be "Get-Acquainted' d s at Hie new Bryson-Snyder-Dillard Store, Come to soeus. - - . . ' .- . .; ; . ... .' -3 '- : x - y . . . ; - - .... j "Ii our Merchandice Doesn't Make Good, We Will" etable Cemroun:t.j . .c. USE HRGO SE JlECO RD UljANT SDS n B B B B: B B B B B GS IB 13 1 Company Commercial and Job Printing Phone 167 ; - - - Hickory, K C. : ES E3 -:" sa ' ta - El a . S3 U : - a . a , a : ' a a a a a -,- . za a a a El E3 : . a El El ' a El Q a a -Ear El n a a ts a a El p a El ' : a n El a a a . El a " El a B M - a ei El El U a , a ei r a- . t El a 0 ... El m m m a a El n E3 n ::'. El a : ut El ' a 5 a El El B B ' ' B B B I "CS . . n B I B B .;, " a B ' B . B 3 ': B B B ' B a ': ; - B : b B a B B ' I b .: ' B I b 1 i; B : B B B B ; - B B B - B . .. M - a a B B B B n B .n B -, .'