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WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4. m'
HICKORY DAiLt RECORD PAGE SIX . '.'' ' . '. - v ; '..'.-' - ft; '" ' j N" 3 iDji W i : it , An4. witlr WrWs, three AWi d to teeth, throat, breath, ar '-?' OSS I 5 gfctltc , and digestion. f '. . J ' JfTtL ' I . i Soothing, thirst-quenching. JjJSjjjirPi j Making the next cigar YM-,, oSSr I I" ' --A ' . A A cso '1 ' :: MIMMHWWMWW"WMMW'"WWM""BW"WM""""WI Willi liroTi I HinSM I frf THESE J0 BIUNG r I 1 11 wakt apsT :m: . results i ? Ma "giS b nrtnrnnrn nu 1HSFKKH KY ! ULJUL5SULU UJ I!ODY OF REV. MB. HALL ;5.; J' With the faculty of Lenoir. ColieffC p.nd the teaohc-rs of the Hickory pub. lie.Kohoolf. an custa. the Kivarns cmU rut on one of its bie niffhts at -lis weekly dinner and spilled - pollyannk j tuff right and left. Praetioally ev ery place was occupied and- some fit the youngest newly-weds among the Kiwanians insisted that they were sin e le as they sat with a pretty teacher on ''either side. He who did not enjoy hb partner was without- fine that 9 all. - - The evening started off vrith spirit. It'waVthe first meeting at which Don hA T; Applegate, the new' preside nt: has presided over in his official capa city and he did the honor in style. The company sang America, Dr. John C. Perry asked the divinf v blessing and the rest of the dinnci vhour was enlivened with song. Smiles wc-sit strong before the crowd packed up their troubles. li jloy Aberncthy, who gave Alfred f oreti credit for working . out the details, had charge of the program. He asked the members . of t3ie college faculty and the teachers to5 introduce themselves" Wd' as' the G0i.1;ov' more ar o s e : the v v.x- i'3 g r c-eted. ., vi th' . a. gl a d rnu;The JlVgh s -Jiool orehfjvgood .'jistvearand' better thlsydafe&tfft'islv' rd music and the youagwijianS: like wise were given aioiMd;"'Of ap plause as they presented thtfmelves. -Tlie hall was prettily decorated for the occasion, streams running .fronv t'handelter to: chandelier, noise-makers and balloons furnished by Ever-! ette'vjohnsoii : being in evidence, and the caterers, the Central Cafe,4 serving an ?uiiusually good meal. . ;. ;: Miss Rosa Le.e Dixon drer the, at tendance m-izcv A song by Miss Ber- th.i Dejiton " called for ' andther and then Miss Virginia Allen- sang one fit Rob Roy Peery's compositions, Mrs. It. S. Iirow'n being at the piano. ' President Peery spoke briefly of the work at the eollecre, called attention to f ootball' : p radticc arid the - 'game witb WWiGl today! h Zj-V y J Kingfe county, New- York, to al- : , - WrX mm ' Xk riraa:;. New HrnnswiekK. J., Oct. ftvrmed'.'lite tody thai? ah ordor : di- re('leitiar;itust6e& of Greenwood ecme- county; Nevv' Yorkj to al low' exhinriatlon of - tho body of Ecv. Pdwdflheeler Hall,' who, with his choir' Jelide.';, :rM:i.'' Eleanor R." Mills, yras nturered' iephiber id; had )been signed ' bjr SiiprenW Coui-t Justice 0r&I;.atan', ; -.;';'';'-flftiiF6&&M:&&ii&i diredted ihat the" k$iyj Jie eropVejd iid the iCihg County 'ftositftt; inorgue,' whtre' an 'atitbp's j' wa.s to be performed by sur geons of 'Middlesex' " and Somerset conntic"3, psfew- sey ;andv Dr; vOtto Sehultz, :jclnef ' ineieal .' examiner: for the j diatrict iittbriieys office in New York. Te body of ' the Hlifin preacher probaitTy will be exhumed tomorrow ; Meanwhile, -state troopers , -Working indepndehtly bf , the Middl3e2 and SbmfrsVt county, inyestigators, are sechingihe PWli-rrawliere tlib fepief Wer-fin'ior ' the'rpistol and knife "uied By fhe slayer. 1 " ' I r t JanMflJttoitf 'tlie church of St. John tfreVil&angeliafc'. r;'aHd husband of the slain ehoir leader, de clared today thaT if Tftf "'ht"Kad am, svijjiui U'..l y - uy v -JilS mends "these bunglers (referring to chei coUftty : autholltiesy'wMldluive r TT f 1 -''-"-- .- ' I . 4"; ! ' ' S ' f7 One Cent a Word for Each' Insertion THIS SIZE TYPE TWO CENTS A WORD Thi Size Three Cents a Word 'All ada cash with copy. Count the words refore sending'in yonr :.;(t .-.-.v - . . . COpy ; Debplc to attend. He expressed his ap preciation for the greater interest shown-in the college -by the community generally. -Dr. Peery Avas followed by Superin iehderit Carver of the city schools who expressed his thanks for the- inter est shown in the chools and the .teach c'3i 'r -''-. - "-' : lV"; 4 Dr. R. L. Fritz, who has se'eii Lenoir College grow' from a high' school '.to a; jjnst class coHege. told - of the begin nings of the institution, "its "gradua1 rise to a place of prominence in the ' educational life of .the community and 'rrtate 'and "asserted that, its larger growth' Was-'.' assured. ITe said .that irt'aduate.of: the: college may register1 for-the graduate course at the Uni i ycrsity of North Cai'olina or any othe f Reuthern Urtiversitv' and that student1- from hero ' invariably' do well at the university. ' - -: -i 'Miss' Bouchelle gave a pretty toast and the' company ad journed. : : DOUBLE ENTRY BOOKKEEPER wants position by 15th of October. Address "WC" caw Record 10-4.1t-pd. The back-to-Ihe-f arm movement is hindered by the fact that many pea pie who have Jong been in the city hav en't the "price of a. railroad ticket. Washington. - - The ;,i.rouble with European ; debt conferences is that thev uhvavss witch " FOR RENT FurniKli T rnnma fni-1 nrrilin tn snmn l.ljin fnr oolHno- nnt . - t " t -" i -.r i T llirht hOUek-Ofnino'. turn klnptu finm nf nnVMincr- tli-n PhU'sitlnlnlila. Innnir. Btjuare. Every ' convenience. Phone , er. 5 ' a'4:4 , 9TTL.CI 'aftM (! M .1 tn.A iv. w,i ' . - ' ; STENOGRAPHER With eight years experience' Wants position. Neat, accurate and rapid. Also familiar with bookkeeping. Address "Compe tent,"' care Record. 10-4-lt-pd. THOSE MILK SHAKES AT HENRY Hill's are fine, try ore. 7-24-tf FOR BBNTTw houses, one on 15th street, and one on 17th street. A,i Setzerl' Phone 34 or 133-j. 1 9-30-tf GIRtS EFFICIENT WITH SEWING machine can make $3.00 per day ) E..-L. 9-25-tf j locking' Hosiery. Apply, to E. L TV. " fJ8l!0fi)Ti AY-FEVER If yb ttin'i "get away", east the attacka wlth - . 1 .;, Ovtr 17 fUinori'Jarx thaftf jyANTED To do plain and : fancy ! - " WTT IUI - IlUi'lLT Jr'S'&.JIJ. I1U13. 'T . 9-25-tG JUVilliams CLEAN ;- COTTON .'R-AGS Wanted. Clrf y Printing Co.-'. :' '' ,;?: ;; . tiii i.i i'... i: " ,, fpw SALE 12y acrea farm ; with P 'three houses one mile from BrookV "-ford ono 'thousand cords bf -wood ; i euny Xnm "P c; Bost. 10-2-3t; p j j mm KORDtlHANT.JJJJS iiie m :3IrHali;. the rector's .wido ceivts 'umerbutj'" letters ?;daly vai4ou3pecntKrghdut: 'the'tfdfiri. 'try. SemsT'otb incfc ; arid '-othr':!Kr isisfoT on Jenlnl-Snd'dih ROVOKINCv MISUNDERSTAND- The new girl VtHhV sknimer resort being rowed, but to the ; fishing orttnds.: :-.-:-v-?' ".o--kS itiiiJ " 'All thi.-j $ort cf .thiing hi 'new to e &lie rwnarkedl 'bw do you do whenott hook a big' fish ?" n, , "you; have, td vp.hiy Ibim with some xki tti' lowered: the B-v4th 'tins' nam Don't. ; let r him; ha--; e ' Ais head -too nucb.' jeld a JJttle ro;his impetuous ty bat k,evp a;firm ghasp;: Aecepc his presents, 'such as candy and -the like, "J'waa speaking of a real fish, you rnean ; tbingl" indiguantls exclaimed fhe otber-oaton Traiivsriot. Quality Guaranteed By Tobacco Pro ducte Corporation, New York, N. Y. s Subscribe for; TlT?HickoiryRecord MEA1LTHEUL Million Dollar ThrJl ."if $500 Bill - -- i- ?r T. i 'P"' $i00 Fly Up A Mile and Smile Awhile SUBSCRIBE. FOR ( T.I1 E , RECORD MAKES' OF PHONOGRAPHS (and Talking machines cleaned and &Hw:wfSax' jnaahine clea . 4 and.oveyhaulwl before ..the spring, t twaks. Mtf cheapcT. Piedmont Pho- i c.f iirir w I m m . - - ' - : . ; V . . . . ' : - r I BRING YOUR SEED COTTON To ( the J. T. Clino'gin." Wff buv cotton; ' and seed. Hickory gin Co. 10-2-3t p$ FOR RAT.R OVERLAND SEDAN EAST TERMS. JOHNSON'S GAR i -r r'- f SHQfi RKPAIUING In new locatiohj i OlaiVaud ho-w ' customers will find '.. me, umtr, Cline. and Pietz barber shop main street. Front entrance. ,, iShoep caUed', for and delivered, Phoaejf'Li 'F: M. Thompson. ,. FOR; RENT One fi-roam house on ? Eighth at rout -with modern improve ments. Boyd-Buchanan' Realty Co., . -. jo-at.'-"'',',; LI u n u n n u 11 1.1 u-f - ' 11 . ?. ""V . a ' Thursday, October 5th, we will sell Ensign Tires at the following 'prices? ' ' ' " 30x3 Fabric .:.........:.;:: '6.75 30x3 Fabric 7.73 30x3 yt Cord:. .1:. ....;.....;.,:..,...:.....,:.: ;.... 10.63 32x l Cord ,...u.:- .t........:.v.c...,.::.::.. ...... 18.00 : ? I" FIRST QUAI.fTY FRESH STOCK ONE DAY ONLY 3 s .1 "I 5 I I I J 1 ' 4-- ' f - 1230 Ninth Avenue N: 1 Flyktg Field on Paved Road, One Mile South, fOn Brookford Road, Afeernethy Farm 1 iR 100 PEOPLE FLEW WITH ME IN STATESVILLE LAST WEEK. HICK. 'LE.WILL HAVE A SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY - TO Pi v im a:NFW r.UR-' 3i(IREE-PASSENGER PLANE FOR S5.0G PER PASSF.WfiFR. I HAVE FLOWN TATES, OVER 194,000 MILES, CARRYING 9.230 PASSENGERS; MAKING OfTRAS-CONTINENTAL FLIGHTS. AIR MAIL PILOT AND STUNT INSTRUG -I Watch for airplane exhibition over hickory at 3 o'clock THURSDAY, COrtelSTING OF FALLING-LEAF, TAILSPINS, LOOPS, IMMELMAN TS, ETC. THEN COME OUT AND SEE HICKORY FROM THE AIR: FOR $5.00. aIuSs lowg ride. s Mo A. C n - -a- . -. .. .. . - , ) . v : -1 . . f W Mil XI k ilVV JJ I WW o QJt :uThat Flymg Bird EDUCATIONAL 1 A. si f V $4, f i .t.t-. 1 -: ''P-"'4::f- ' ' -;.- v. . . - A ''..: ,.' 5??'-;'.