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SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 14, 192&
THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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Preaching at 7:15 p. ni.
All are. welcome come.
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"THE CRADLE5;
A Smashing Drama of Marriage
And Three Kinds of Love
1 Adapted from the play by Eugene Brieux
''f.r ' V" "'IT'S A I'AIJAMOLXT PICTURE
Added Attraction A ROLIN COMEDY
"!lojj?tiJar vAdirirtiqn v:i;'i' Y;v:.T.Y , vJ,.. .
. 10c and 20c
Holy Trinity Lutheran
13th avenue and 15th street.
. Ilex. C. R. W. Kegley, pastor.
At 11 a. m. services, subject of ser
mon: "Love and Obey Thy. God by
AViding in Love Through Jesus Christ
by the Holy Spirit.'.'
At 7:30 p. m. Rev. W. D. Halti
wanger is to preach, invited by the
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(: At y:-io a. m. tnc mow senwn, wen
.graded with a class for all.
Our school is to raise $300.00 tor the
Seminary in Columbia today.;
At 3 p. m. the Light Brigade and
at 0:30 p. m. the Sr. League meets.
: ":ly house shall be filled." "Whoso
ever will let him come."
Visitcis and starngers have a very
heary welcome in our church.
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Starting C RAND Monday Oct. 16U
IHE
JUNGLE GODDESS'
with ELINOR FIELD and TRUMAN
VAN DYKE
Directed by James Conway. From the ori
ginal story by Agnes C. Johnston
and Frank Dazey
15 EPISODES OF WILD ANIMAL
, THRILLS AND JUNGLE
ADVENTURES
,1s More than 700 jungle beasts including
ferocious lions,, leopards, tigers, wild boars,
hyenas, alligators, elephants, apes, mon
keys, hippopotami, jaguars, tropical birds,
and the world famous chimpanzees 'Mike'
and '.Mary the greatest collection of
wild animals ever seen in a photoplay!
Added Attraction "SAFE IN THE SAFE?-
A 2-reel Fox Sunshine Comedy
ADMISSION FREE! ASK FOR TICKET
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THIS SIZE TYPE TWO CENTS A WORD
This Size Three Cents a Word
All ads cash with copy. Count the words hefore sending in your
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, St. Andrews Lutheran
Lenoir College Campus
R. B. Peery, Ph. D., Pastor
D:45 Bible school, fully graded, with
all departments.
11 Holy Communion.
"-1:45 College'' Luther League.
; 0:30 Charch Luther Le.ague. .
7:30 Vesper service, and sermon by
Dr. E. J. Sox. ,
r First Bpatist
V. R. Bradshaw, Pastor
Sunday school at i):45 Thomas
Pruitt, supt.
T Preaching at eleven o'clock by
pastor. Subject, where the Lame ai'e
to Be Found. "
Pleaching at seven o'colck, Subject;
"The Frivolous Spirit in Our Modern
Lite." :.'
B. Y. P. U. at six o'clock.
W. B. Whitner, president.
All are invited to these services.
i ? West Hickory Reformed
X ; "WTTT. McNairy, Pastor
Faith, Brookford.
9:45 Sunday school, Thomas Huff
man, supt. 'YY
.. 11:00 Preaching by pastor.
Murphy Memorial
9:45 Sunday school, L. A. Huffman,
supt.
7:00 Preashing by pastor.
The jAi'ciij is cordially inVited to
.11 services.
Christ Evangelical Lutheran
F. A. Freed, Pastor
Morning cervice 11 a. m.
tivening service 7:30 ip. m.
Mr.
Philadelphia Lutheran
Granite Falls
Rev. J. j. Bickley, Pastor.
Sunday-' school at 10 a. m.
C. C. Poovey, superintendent.
Lulher League a-6:30 p. n, sub
ject; "True Patriotism. ""'
Vesper service at 7:30 o'clock, sub
ject; -The Triple Love," Matt. 22:
37: 39. - .
The 'put lie is cordially, invited to
iVorihip at all our services.
FOR KENT (;Hd store building
in West' Hickory, opposite post of
fice. Phone 108 or 14G-L. 10-13-101
WANTED At once, 15 cord dry oak
,-' vobd for Longview high school. See
ifYT. C. Wllford at Piedmont Wagon
Co., or phone 18. . 10-13-6t,
LOST. OK S'UAYED TUESDAY
Browp'pig weighing . 80 . pounds.
Finder return to l.';2t Sth' avenne
, and,, receive, reward Jame-s , Aber-
nethy. . . 10-13-2t nd.
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THHEE STOKY P.K1CK MERCAN
TILE BUILDINf; IN CENTER OF
MAIN BLOCK, AND ONE OF THE
BEST LOCATIONS IN HICKORY.
N. C, FOli SALE. FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION, CALL OR WRITE
I). L. MARTIN. OFFICE IN CAN
NERY BUILDING, BOX 615.
io-io-t;t. ' "
FOR 'SALE International .one-ton
tiiidv. Easy, terms. Johnson's Gar
.. age.' rv ' 9-10-t
5ITION WANTED Have had six
lirs .cvnerienpL' as trnvehnu mi us-
'ii'ft'ian and 'have done office work.
flattest of references. Address Pi O.
'Box 300, Hickory, N. C. 10-yI5-2t pd.
J-:OR SALE Pansy plants, all colors
' mixed, none finer, 25 plants GO
cents, 50 plants 75 cents, 100 plants
$1.25. Iris $1.50 a dozen. Hickory
Seed Company, Hickory, N. C.
;-.'', -. 10-i:j-t
ll YOU WANT PRETTY CHRYS-
. anthemums call phone No. 249-L.
10-12- St.
FOB SALE 1920 Hupmobil Tourhtg
car. Easy terms. Johnson s Garage.
. ;10-l-tf. r ' . . ; :;
FOR SALE A few very fine stand-
, : ard second hand pianos, player pia
. nos, and organs. Some Edisons like
iieyv at one half pricT Kenyon Mus-
v"ic House, 9th avenue. 10-1'J-tf.
.-VALL VAT OUR WAREHOUSE IN
Highland and get fertilizer for your
rr grain crops. Price right. Piedmont
BuUdiiig-Supply Co. 10-12- at yd.
GIRLS EFFICIENT WITH SEWING
' machine can . make $3.00 per day
clocking " Hosiery. Apply to -E. L.
; Shuf ord. , . 9-25-tf
..WE- ARE READY TO BUILD YOU
' - c-room Bungalow House with hard
wood floors and all up-to-date con
.veniencea. On easy terms. See plan
at once. Office in Cannery Building.
. D-L. Martin, Hickory, Phone 64 .
lU-10-Ct.
FOR SALE Milk cow-fresh-9 year
WE HAVE ONE 5-ROOM BUNG A
... low with basement, small payment
down, balance in one to two and
half years time on balance. Owner
leaving town. Must sell at once for
these easy terms. D. L. Martin; Of-
iice in Cannery Building. Phone 64.
10-10-Ot.
JUST RECEIVED Car Red Cedar
shingles, price right. A pair heavy
mules 4. years old m spring, easy
terms and low price. 1'ulghiiim
Oats, Abruzzi Rye, improved Beard
less Pujcaster Wheat, home grown
high quality. J. E. Coulter Connelly
.Springs, N. C. 1 10-12- lOt eod.
EXELLKNT RRO.MS FOR . RENT
close in. Large home, 12th. avenue
and 14th street. Phone 72.
In? spring. J.
M. Lutz, route 4.
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ANNOUNCEMENT ; : ;
1 desire to make, known to the pi'o
gressive citizens of Hickory that T
have ' sold my property : on Eleventh
Avenue to Dr. P. D. Pence f of , St.
Charles, Va., who in turn intends to
resell, in the near future at public
auction, part of the property; and de
velop the rest. Those, who are interest
ed in leasing buildings built jtb order
may do well to communicate with Dr.
Pence. :,
DR. K. A. PRICE, ,v
October 14, 1922 Hickory, N. C.
FOR SALE Golden chaff weed nheat,
! $2.00 bushel recleaned. D. K. Bar-
, ringer, Hickory route 4. 2 miles
- west of postoffice. . 10-9-fit pd.
ALLfAKESrOP PnONOGRAPIIS
and Talking machines cleaned and
repaired. Have your machine clean.
. ed and overhauled hector tho
brnki. Hi cheaper. Piedmont Tho- I"
nri'iftnh Co vlxi . .
Have your Shoes I
Mended at thi
SHOE FIXER Y
Best Leather Usd
Best ViTork, Guaranteed 2
Under Singer Office
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hlwo Entrances Front and 1
Corinth Reformed '
Walter W. Rowe, Pastoi'.
"9:45 a. m. Sunday school. W. R.
Weaver, Supt.
11:00 a. m. Morning worship. Sub
ject of sermon, Taking .My Chailces.'
7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. in. Evening worship. Sub
ject, "Wandering through the Wilder
ness."
Good music at all services. '
We extend to the public a very
cordial welcome to come and worship
with us.
First Methodist
' C. S. KiiKpatricK, rastor.
Please observe our slogan:
"Get off to bed on Saturday night.
On Sunday rise by seven. Be at Sun
day" school, and make it a rule u
stay for chuvch at eleven."
9:45 is the Sunday school hour.
Please be on hand. o
Preaching 11 a. m. and :o0 p. ni.
if interested in the 'year just closing
and the one soon to begin come to
church. This is the last Sunday of the
conference,, yaary and should bs;? a.
ecoid-breaker in attendance. '
Junior League at 2 p. m.
Intermediate League at 3 p
Senior League 6:tf0 p. ni.
m.
Westview Methodnst
Be one cf our 150 in Sunday school
A 9:45. a.: m., Avery H, Whitener,
iuneriiulendent. - n
' junior Epwoith League at 2:b0.
Senior Epworth League at 6.
Preaching at 7. -
J. R. WALKER, Pastot,
Church of the Ascension, episcopal
Rev. S. B. Stroup, Rector.
Services at the Episcopal church
tomorrow will be as follows:
7:30 a. m. Holy Communion.
9:45 Church school.
11 a. m. Morning iprayer and ser
non. The committee on intertainment of
Convention will meet at the church
Sunday night at 8 p. m.
Convention begins luesday night at
7:30 p. m. with an opening service and
address by Bishop Penick.
The public is cordially invited, te
al! services. - -
Car-
St. Pauls Lutheran
J. E..Barb, Pastor.
Sundav school sl0 a. in. A. J
pentei-, superintendent. .
Divine service at 11 a. m. l.ext:
Coiv. 1:4-9, Theme: "Our Riches."
1 Of what our riches consist.
2 To ' what our riches inove us.
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y. wnom, our ricites ? are -secur-td.
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Service at Hilku-'s church at 7:3D
p. m.
Reader you ai'e. invited -to all these
services. ...
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Fjirst Presbyterian -13th
street and 13 avenue.
Rev; E. M. Craig,' D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sundav school. Prof. R.
Revelry, superintendent.
11 a. m. Communion service 3:30
m. Household service.
6:45 p. m- Endeavor societies.
The public is cordially invited to
all services. , - , .
SPECIAL SERVICES FIRST
METHODIST
Let parents who have children to
be baptized please bring them to the
morning service. Then at the evening-
hour the Communion of the Lord's
supper, will be celebrated. This solemn
service will work the close of the
conference year. .
TRY OUR HOME MADE CANDIES,
ice cream and Fountain drinks. J.
Henry Hill, 9th avenue- 7-25-tf
WE WELD IT
Church of God
- West Hickory.
G. H. Pye, Pastor.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Garland
G. Bolick, supt. ' ,
Preaching bv the pastor at 11 a. m.
Subject "Bible Blessings."
Young People's hieeting at 5:45. p.
m. Subject, debate "Resolved that men
have done more for modern civiliza-
BAKERS GARAGE
9thi Avenue likkory, N. C
PILES CURED WITHOUT THE KNIFE
I have. a system of treating and curing Hemorrhoids or Piles
ind other rectal diseases. No cutting, tying or . cauterizing.
Treatment is painless, safe and sure. Does not detain the patient
a moment from either businesj or pleasure. No bleeding, no
sloughing; in fact no injurioi.-s after effect of any chahacter All
sense of weight or heaviness in the rectum permanently removed.
No leaving of lumps or scar tissue, but permanent removal of all
existing tumors. The Rectum is left as smooth, as free from
irritation and as natural as5 when a child.
O. L. HOLLAR, M. D.
' v RECTAL SPECIALIST.
Phones 275 and 319
HICKORY, N. C,
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In all of the 1923 Buick models
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The new Buick four cylinder, five-passenger sedan has
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and at ik price that fits the purse of the average family.'
The Fisher-built body is trimmed and upholstered in
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Silk shades, a soft dome-light and fine carpeting are all
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Marked refinements in the chassis and in the famous
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V t-f'. Fours 2 Pass. Roadster, $865; 5 Pass. Touring, S885; 3 Pass.
'ii ife m Coupe, $1175; 5 Pass. Sedan, $1395: 5 Pass. Touring Sedan.
$1325. Sixes 2 Pass. Roadster, $1175; 5 Pass. Touring,
$1195; 5 Pass. Touring Sedan. $1935: 5 Pass. Sedan, $1985:
4 Pass. Coupe, $1895; 7 Pass. Touring. $1435; 7 Pass. Sedan.
$2195; Sport Roadster, $1625; Sport Touring, $1675. Prices
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