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THURSDAY EVENING,' OCTOBER 12, 1922. '
PRGETHKEG A THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD This Is Sli ppery. Sport JIMMY JONES WESTINGHOUSE HAS COME TO TOWN Jimmy Jones Wcstinghouse made his appearance at the Southern Public Utilities Company yesterday morn ing, got up early and took his bath, left the water and ' soap in the, tub and is .'standing there yet with a towel about him. Is he cold? He is not He is being warmed with a Cosy heater. You can read about Jimmy Jones "Give More Thought to Music, it Pays rarnitn "iv : TiR. Realm . xt.v. r ni.nl inn -w? ifr.s t.hfi Record a E3 E5 19 3 ES a that it has obtained its charter and ; is c-rowinsr stronger m nijraua 5 Westinghouse in a big advert i semen'; today and if you are able to guess his age, you wili be able to warm your---V hv e n-f th heaters like, that Jimmy himself admires so much. It dav. The letter tnat Drougn ""o: formation asked' the Record to pub lish a resolution that was adopted 1 '.!. .. i.ir,,-, Tt i !) ia nvvs: . TO CITIZENS ' OK Jrill t UN ITED ' - I HiAiinnu F3&u-BB&Kg- ni n mi 9 issiv in urn a m ,m n M u u : I iisiTSPOSip fs;'UtiMmw$ .... Z01 Woederfui Baby 1 : W 7WH Ft EJ Ii (9 It w 23 Ki ;d zi 53 c US 93 SS LI P5 N Cfl a a xe us as u fa n B3 f2 BS & w sa S3 N IK S3 S3 S3 K PS ' in r is "?'-.JIV" Jtiailt 9th Avenue for $SHO" and y Come Don't forget we tune repair and niove pianos .l. JXTT-.. L.. ' it..-. -...Si, .1.. TAG 5 COV-U.w T;l bWb: .GOOSEY. . Vise; v i,.. .WAY-WON'T 0U TAUb 1T,TAS? I ' &J1 f Am A?&Q& I .. ii I I i s. v . 1 1 i I.J 0 U l U WWKrTi ft. A' ,:?. " M- . , ' in ii: I' li VI " ubscrxoe A joint meeting of Hickory Lodge No. 343, A. F & M., Catawba Chapter No. 60, K." A. M., and Hickory Commandry No. 17,' K. T., will b'e held on Mon day evening, October 16, 1922, at 7:30; p. . m., when Companion Grand High Priest William Ritchie Smith , will deliver air address on York Rite Masonry. All Mas ons arc cordially invited to attend. . . , D. LV MILLER ?Enfiinent Commander, . ' . - ; JAS.W ESPY, High Priest , ' . , . ' E, H,SHUFORD,W. M. W L. BOATRIGHT, Secretary. ran iano ..cash or terms see it ounse Phone 409 1 1 1 ..... jm -Ttrrrr ;r-;-- r-: ; 'V"7nPr y , . '1 mrrwusTBS PQETrYSTAlEWWO r I " ' L AM' TWAX5 MWY i Yi BsMfSaft vul mH h1 lllU V . 1 1 I ni'Aa.'Z V VU liiUl 111 11 1U,IU V V 1 v. v. ' I fcr -The Hickory lScorci: - - ' ' I iwniiiiiirn ill ill -1 ry . 5.1 GREETINGS: v , " w 4 Whereas, ' it -. has been brought ..o our attention that there is concerted and organized effort now unoer way in this country to breaks 4own. our existing order of Government, to bring aSut social and .political chaos, vand ; v, r"nr;iirm ideals, stand- S3 P EM 3 ards and : traditions handed down us bvour Forefathers, who wer;the 12 ES 13 El d S3 r rf Kts -Rpmibnc: ana w Whereas, such rymuuunaiv gSdkalkm, K W. W, isnvber whole and Nationalization an; ' .. the fundamentals of our Democratic E EH form of Government; aim Whereas all of these movements aie fining headwayan this country and EX therebv ieopardizing thp- best ini ests of the Amei-ican peop.e; taec- fore, n-T , . . T-i -,.0. T- ;4- .am VPrt mat II11S JViaii i eular rKlonklavei assembledi hereby condemns v an u . .iTTVTto movements and pledges rtserf to take an active part in corauwims - E3 sinister influenses, propaganda." growth of all such ovem;d a --i. i,V,fli. wxanlved that this D ES E3 D Klan pledge its whole-hearted suppoit E3 to national . neaaquarwi ,"j.,.r rr ,:;i-4. i-,a Vii Vlnv klan anu -3 all fellow Klansmen m ridding Qui beloved Republic from the course ;of these elements ol disoruer; im - . i....tu. raohJwcfl , flint a- coov bf ; these - resolutions be forwarded to our Imperial Wizard and to our'Mf.i newspapers. ' , - , . , r Read and adopted this 3rd day of loctcber'nineteen hundred: and twenty OLD HICKORY .KLAN TsO o?; REALM OF N. C. t Box dm, HicKcry, in. . OR TOMATOES AND CUCUMBERS "T ot mo live in a house by the side of the road and be a friend to man." 'Gonna peddle . gasoline .' Louis ville Courier-Journal. STATEMENT Hf iIip nnershiD. Management, Cir culatton, Etc.,- Required toy tne aci of Congress ot August 24, iyiz, 01 The Hickorv Daily Record, publish ed daily at" Hickory, N. C, for Oc tober 1, 1922. STATE OF iNORTH CAROLINA, f.OTTTSTTY .OTJ1 CATAWBA. SS., T?pr!'f m('!)a Notarv Piibfic. 'in 'and for the Stat,e ,and county atorpsaia, nfirsnnallv aPndared J. C Miller, wno naving been duly' sworn according to iaw, deposes and says' that he is the Business Manager 01 the iiic-Kory Oailv Record, and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and holipf. a true statement of the owner ship,-.: management, ; circulation, , ete ,if thp 'aforesaid publication for ths date shown in the 'above caption, re quired by the Act of August 24, yit embodied in section 443, Postal Law,; atiWs and Regulations, to-wit:. , 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing edi tor, and business managers are: pub lisher, Clay Printing Co., Hickory, N C; editor, S. H. Farabee, Hickory N. C; business manager,. J. L.. Miner Hickory, N, C. - 2. That the owners are: L. F. A.ber netry, "J. M. Allred, B. B. Blackwelder, Mrs. J. W Elliott, J. u. Elliott, Mrs. Jpnnifi P. Farabee. S. H. Farabee, C. H. Geitner, G. N. Hutton, J. A. Lentz, R. T.verlv. J. A. Martin estate, iv. u !VTprmps. J. C. Miller! Miss Mabel Mil ler, Moretz-Whitener Clothing Co., Dr. W. B. Ramsay, J. L. Kiddie, A. a. &nu ford. Rhuford Hardware Co., S. ' L. Whitner, J. J. Willard, G. R. Wootten, all of Hickory, N. C. , 3. That the known bondholders, mortcas-ees. and other security hold- ' ers owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total . amount 01 bonus, mortgages, or . other securities, are: First National Bank, Hickory, N. C; First Building & Loan Association, Hifknrv". N. C: Mereenthaler Lino type Co., Brooklyn, N.;Y.; Miller Saw Trimmer CoM Pittsburg, Pa. y 4 That thp two narasrrauhs next above, giving the .names of the own ers, stockholders, and security holders, pnntnin not onlv the list of stock holders and ' security; holders as. they appear upon the boolts .01 tne com nanv hut also, in cases where the stock holder or security holder appears up on the books ot the company as trustee or in anv otser fiduciary relationl the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is giv pnr'i'srt that the said two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge , and. tenet as to tne circumstances ami conditions under which stockholders and security noia crs whn rin not annear urjofi'the books .nf tlio primrianv as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that;of a bonafide owner; and tms ai fiant has no reason to believe that an other : person, -association, or cor poration has any interest direct or in rlirprt in the said ... stock, bonds or other securities than as so stated by him.." : .. :;.-- ;-:v;.- ':'..:v-' K. That the averaare number of copies -of each issue of this publication" sold or distributed, through the. mans or niliprwisp. tn naid subscribers during the six' months" preceding the date shown above is l,n-i ?. . ;. : H J. C. MILLER Bds.Mgr, .Sworn to and .hs'cribefl difeio'Te.'TOe-, this 11th dav of October, 1922. - HETTIE L. CLEMENT, N. P. My commission expires Oct. 7, 192-1. ': CHURCH CONFERENCE AT WESTVIEW METHUU1S1. All V10 mPTYifrers of Westview Methodist are asked to meet Fiiiay night at 7 :30 for prayer and confer ence. We are closing a great yei. TTiftv.hun hnvc hcort received as mem bers'. 85 cn this charge. Let every member of our congregation come Friday night. Monday night there will be a meet ing of all official members of the wMB cahrge. J. K. . VViAi-lVlliK. j will win? ; Tires than on but one reason I W I ' on Goodyear If There can be The public has found that the value, built into Goodyear Tires at the factory, plus the service rendered by Goodjiear dealers, results m greater tire satisfaction and lovver cost. Goodyear is not content merely to build the best possible value into Goodyear Tires. . Through Goodyear dealers a sincere effort is made to help every Goodyear vfeer to get out of these tires all the value the factory has built into them. ' . '. .. ..: ' :; -. - There is nothing "new in this policy, though i t:may scein to be unusual. ' It is based on tne belief, that greater sales result only from greater satisfaction of the public. Goodyear Service Station Dealers believe in this principle. They will.be glad to show you how to get greater mileage and greater economy from your tires." Peace o .trouble. Standard Garaanf .reea pole with .W ol L 'KjSSS j ; . , : . '" ' Economy in Tire Buying? ; : . . ; . . ' Real economy in tire buying comes from, buying tires which have the greatestpossible value built into them, and then getting all that value out. Think that over. 1 1 is always ;-possible to buy tires ar,v": lower prices than Goodyears. ' But in spite of this, more people ride any other kind. for this condition. Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tithesgre especially thick, slurdv and hn-lived. They come jacked in a heavy' -xaterprooj hag. More people ride on Goodyear Tuba than on any other kind f Miricl is Worth Money' ON business or pleasure- trip you can i travel in confidence, if your car is 'equipped with Goodyear Cord Tires and Heavy Tourist Tubes. : Their dependability is your best in surance against tire trouble. -f You eliminate risk when you buy these tires. . . - , : v . . tEet-us show you how Goodyear Cord Tires and Heavy Tourist Tubes as sure peace of mind and freedom from ' Sales CWany HICKORY, N. C. 11 1 D