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i ) ji .... .-? i ?. i SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 21, 1922. THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD 1 ft 2 IE f.r.- X.1 f A ST I M El! , today ; ; flatterine MacDonald in Beautiful Liar A Comedy Drawn, UyjGeorge, ' "f , Marion, J ri; ,s ; y; CA First Nati&nal Attraction) ? . VAiMvii Attrnriinn JjSNUB POLLARD 'TbeStone Age' ill One Cent a Word 3 I .ii ill 1 . V f v ft v hi THESE flhrrk bihhg , Tii THIS SIZE TYPE TWO CENTS A WORD ? This Size Three Cent a Word !f All ada caah with copy. Count the words refore sending in your copy fl'AUGE AND SMALL FARMS FOR if . sale nv owner, Easy, terms, btore U" tor rent, C. Witmer, Crewe, Vir : f Iginia. , , ; 10-21 St pd i .. rr ; FOR RENT Rooms-for light house- keeping. 2013 9th Avenue. Mrs. jWjnnie Seabock. 10-lG-6t. FOR SALE A few very fine standi jnrd second hand pianos, player pin , " jnos, and organs. Some Edisons like h ' liew at opc half price. Kenyon Mus v ic Houses 9th avenue. , 10-13-tf. , ALL MAKES OF PHONOGRAPHS f and Talking machines cleaned and xvpsiruu. nmvv your nrncaine cicau- d and overhauled before the spring m breaks. Its cheaper. Piedmont Pho- aotxraph Co. 7-19 BUTTERCUP SUNDAY DINNERS . arc home-cooked, simply, but at ractiycly served. 10-17-6t. 'IrdR . 'SALE -International .one-ton v ... truck. Easy terms. Johnson's Gar age. 9-10-tf . HAVE YOU TRIED A BUTTERCUP 10-17-6t WE HAVE Hairy Vetch, Crimson . - Clover seed, bluuc grass seed ami : onion sets. Hickory Seed Company ( Hickory, N. C. 10-18-20-21-3t. ., ; : , : -j FOR s RENT -One 4-room house; one , C-room. house. Apply to D. M; Boyd. 10-18-tf. i DON'T FORQET THAT THE) BUT- tercup Tea hour is frpm 5 to (J . , Sandwiches, salads, iced' aiul hot , dt.hiks, ii , f ' ' 10-17-ut "FpR RENT I Good store building 'in 'West Hickory, opposite nost of- ' fice.' phone 108, Citizens Insurance and .Realty Co. 10-13-10t. WANTED Several boys 'to sell Sat v urday Evening Posts. ; See , T,' S. NKever !' : ' - f r 10-20-2t; pd. JUST RECEIVED Car Red Cedar shingles, price right. A pair' heavy mules 4 years, old in. spring, easy terms and low price. Fulghrum Oats, Abruzzi Rye, rmproved Beards less Fulcaster Wheat, home grown high quality. J. E. Coulter Connelly SjJTings,- N. C ,10-12- lOt eod. TRY OUR HOME MADE CANDIES, .fX"-,Iea cream and Fountain drinks. J. , , , , Henry Hill, 0th aventrej,v ..7-25-tf .rvv.WE W ELD IT i IsiH ) ! it :; RAKTDQ r.ADArr :.. -j 9ih Avenue Hickory, N. C. PILES CyRED WITHOUT THE KNIFE , .Zi 'Kifff-tTf? treating and curing Hemorrhoids "or Piles' - ind . othpr rectal diseases., cutting, tying or cauterizing ..rreatmcnt is painless, safe and sure. Does not detain the patient l moment from either busines or pleasure. No bleeding, no iloughmgj in fact n injurious after effect of any chahacter Al lense of weight or heaviness in the rectum permanently removed. No leaving of lumps or scar tissue, but permanent removal of all 'exiHtnff.tinnora,The.EectMm.;.ia.left as smooth, as free from - JmUtion'jand A-.naturaPas when a.c'hild,;.' ! ' O. L. HOLLAR, M. D. " x PASTIME ; MONDAY "AND TUESDAY ;' Richard Barthelmess -in- " Tol able David " From the Saturday Evening Post Story by Joseph Hergcsheimer A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION Admission, 10c and 20c for Each Insertion IN TUB UNITED -XTES DIS TRICT COURT FOR THE WEST ERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAR OLINA '?; r. - ' - In Tlie Matter of ;?i r H. D. L. CLARKE & JESSIE M CLARKE A Partnership Bankrupts IS BANKRUPTCY Upon leading the petition of Jes sie M. Clarke individually and.as part ner for a discharge: it is ORDERED, that a hearing on said petition be had before Isaac T. Avery as special master at his office in the town oi Morganton, N. C, an said dis trust, on the 28th day of October, A D., 1922, at 11 o'clock in the, forenoon; and that, in the meantime, notice be printed in the Hickory-Daily Record, a newspaper published in said district, notifying all known creditors of said bankrupts and other persons in interest to appear before said special master at the said time ana place and show cause, if any they have, why the pi'ay- cr uf the said petition should not be granted. ; ' The publication of a copy of this or der shall be deemed a sufficient notice to . said creditors to show cause as aforesaid. ' CLERK WILL ENTER AND CERTIFY TO SPECIAL MAS TER. -.. . , - ' v JAS. E. BOYD, United States District Judge -.'kDone at Greensboro, N. C, in said district, the 22nd day of September-, A. v., Jt22. A TRUE COPY; Test: R. L. Blaylock, clerk. By J. B. Gill, deputy clerk. ; f s j $ ') 10-7-4t-Sat According to Henry Ford's latest outgiving the hign price ot coal is due to .a consniracv of , 'th.n Mpw Ynrb jnine-ownina crooked-broker bticking gang. 't tnat isn t va. street again we miss our guess. Capper's Weekly 'Twa$ Hard for Her to Stop Work, Bet This Texas Lady Says She ; Had to Go to Bed. V : Helped by Cardni. Salado, Texas. "1 suffered a creat deal with womanly troubles,", says Miss Ira Lillian Hart, of Route t, this place. "I would, for a day or twoj feel drowsy, stupid and lifeless; didn't feel likV doing my work. "I would suffer pains in my sides and back, and very severe headaches. "1 am the housekeeper, and it was very hard for me to stop, but I would get in such a misery I would have to go to bed. 1 heard of Cardui, and that it was good for this suffering. The very first bottle I took seemed to help me. I did not suffer near so much, so I sent for the -second. It did so much good for me, I can;t say enough for Cardui, for it certain ly was a friend in, need v. Women who feel the need tf something to help relieve, or prevent, such troubles, sholild profit by the experience of thou sands of other women, and try this mild, harmless tonic. . , Sold everywhere. NC-140 'I i'i VOMAtlLY TROUBLES St. Andrew's Lutheran Lenoir College campus. R. B. Peery, Ph. D., Pastor 9:45 Bible school. 11:00 morning worship, and sermon by Rev. F. G. Morgan. 1:45 College Luther League. 7:30 Vesper service, and sermon by Rev. F. G. Morgan. '. Philadelphia Lutheran Granite Falls, N. C. Rev. J. J. Bickley, Pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m., Mr. C C. Poovey, superintendent. - Moraine service -at 11 o'clock, sub ject. "The Master's Good Cheer." Matt. 9:2. ; ; Luther League at 6:30 p. m., sub ject "Muhlenberg-Patriarch of Luther an Church in America." . Vesper service at - 7:30, subject "Vicarious Faith." Matt. 9:2. -The public is cordially invited to worship atv all our services. West Hickory Reformed 1 ; W. H. McNairy, Pastor Murphy Memorial 9:45 Sunday school, L. A. Huffman supt. 11:00 sermon followed by the Com munion. The public is cordially invited. Holy Trinity Lutheran 13th avenue and 15th' street -Eev. Chas. R. W. Kegley, Pastor Ac 11 a. m. services, Rev. J. P. Price will preach the sermon. At 7:30 p. m- services, Rev. Enoch Hite has charge oi: services. At 9:45 a. m. the Bible school well graded with a class, lor all. At 3 p. ni. the Light Brigade and at 6:30 p. m. the senior league. ''Let us go into, thj hou6 f the Lord." "Rejoice in the Lord." Strang ers and visitors have a hearty wel come in our church, j. s : Church of God West Hickory. G. H. Pye, pastor. , Sunday , school 9:45 a. m., Garland G. Bolick, superintendent. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m., subject, "Affectionate Obedience to God." Young People's meeting at-5.45 p. m. Subject.. "Resolved that Men Have Been More Successful in the Cause of Christian Civilization Than Women." Debate by four young men and women. Preaching at 7:15 -p.-m. by the pas tor. ' - ' Hickory First Baptist ! W R. Bradshaw, pastor: ' Sunday school at U:-15, Thomas Pru itt superintendent. ; Preaching at clover, o'clock, subject, "The Life we Should Live." Preaching at 7:30, subject, "'What Peaple Who Go to Hell Carry. With Them." . B. Y. P. b. at 6:30 o'clock, W. A. Whitener president. You are invited to Avorship with us. CORINTH REFORMED Valter W. Rowe, Pastor. 9:45 a. m. "Sunday school, W. R Weaver, Supt. . No other services of any kind dur ing the day. The pastor will be absent in view of the fact that he has gone to attend the sessions of Synod m York. Pa. V You are cordially invited to attend the Sunday school : sessions. ' . vAscension, Episcopal Rev. S. B. Stroup Rector. 19th Sunday alter Trinity. Services at the Episcopal church to morrow, will be as follows: -7:30 a. m. Holy Communion. 9:45 Church school, O. Simmons, Supt. v . - . 11 a. m.' Morning prayer and ser- There are a few vacancies in the Rector's Bible class which he desires to fill and will welcome men and wo men interested in Bible study. The. public : is cordially ' invited to all services. ' .- First Presbyterian 13th street and 13th avenue. Rev. E. M, Craig, D. D., Pastor. 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 10:45 a. m. Session meeting-studv. 11:00 a. m. Sermon "The Great Com mission. . i ; ' 2 :30 p. m. Junior, Endeavor. ;.3:30 p. m. Preaching at Hilderbran. .b'A'o p. m... Intermediate Endeavor. 7:30 D. m. Sermon "Two Mountain Scenes." A cordial invitation is extender! to the public, strangers and visitors. You will tind a warm welcome. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE RECORD Qual ity Tires at "Prices 30jc3 Pathfinder . i . . . . $ 8.85 . 30x3 Cross Rib Tread . .$10.65 80x3 All Weather Tread $120 30x3 Cross Rib Cord . .$12.50 ;32x4 Cross Rib5 Cord . . . .$24.50 Every Year is A Good Year For Goodyear Tires..; Garage & Sales Ofiajpsny i Standard 'Twins Are 92 ? " I t Mrs. Jane L. Ball (above), Mt. Pleasant,' la., and Mrs. E. C. Hack en burg. Decatur, 111., twins, have just celebrated their 92nd birthday. They hope to reach ' tho . century mark'. ' - ' :. ; NO COMMON MAN While Chief Justice Taft was de livering a lecture in Portland, Ore., his friend, Bishop Keator, entered the auditorium, . and the ex-President im mediately sandwiched this story into his talk: The Bishop was absorbed in a book while seated in a Pullman, car. The porter scrutinized him very caref vdfyf ' and . said, Scuse 1 me Senatoi-, any thin, ar kin do fo' yo,' suh?" - '' The Bishop replied in tlie 'negative. The porter returned again soon, and asked, "fehail ah open de window, Guv-ner?" The response once more was, "No, thanks." A third excursion he ventured, "Scuse me. Kuh'nel, kain't ah h-usInyo' off?" ter," he said, "Im not a senator, or a governor, or a colonel; nothing but a poor, common Episcopal bishop. , "Yassah, Bish'p replied the darky, "tut ah jes' knewed yo' wua one o' deni face cawds. ' Juage. , KATHERINE MacDONALD PASTIME TODAY "The Beautiful Liar," Katherinf MacDonald's Jiatest' Asociated First National comedy-drama, is the feature attraction at the Pastime today. , The supporting cast; is headed by Charles Meredith. Other notables ap Bearing in the production are Joseph J . Dowlmg. Wilfred Lucue, Rate Lester and Charles Wildish. Added attrac tion Pathe News 'and a Snub Pollard comedy. MR. ROB. ROY PEERY Teacher ' of Violin, Piano and Organ Wednesdays and Saturdays t r v ; Studio Above Van Dyke: Shop Have your Shoes Mended at the i SH4OE FIXER Y Best Leather Used Best Work, Guaranteed Under Singer Office Two Entrances Front and Rear; If you want good ones see" us at our new place under Es sex Jewelry Store. Two : entrances front arid rear, mm ii I u ' ... -L- I I Remember Zast Apfill Don't Cet Caught Again!,, Avoid the, Dangers oi a late. Season by Investing in Tractor Power Now T AST Spring tliousJnds of farmers found A-1 horses unequal to the emergency; They were faced with the need of more power power that could be depended on forjong hours of hardest work. Many of them turned to International tractors and solv ed their problems. The crQffS were put in in a hurry ; and the dangers of the late'season were eliminated. Right no w these same menrcontinuing the usefulness of their tractors through thrall Wd Winter months by doing all their Fall plowingind belt work success fully. Next Spring they will be ready for whatever comes their tractors are "brokm'and are ready for 24 hours a day, if the need arises. ; And in the meantime, there are no extra horses in the barn to eat up the years profits. ' You need these extra advantages of tractor power! Why. , not put an International tpjvprk .on your farm now? During the slack months yonfcWruh the "newness" off of it by doing your own and' your neighbor's belt work and fall plowing. Arid when the ground mellows and a new planting season opensyUjwill be ready Come in "before November l and let us 4show you through" one of ffteBeiiutf its. Up to that time we can give you a FREE plow -or disk harrow with your purchase- come in right Fall plowing. Don'fcad ready for Abernethy Hardware Go. Hickory, N. C. nnDnnnnnnnononnEnnEEiisiiogsanDaDiniaannosESQiiiKSSEs Jiumy a a n u a a a mm a S3 a a a a a a n u n 11 ii u a a n L! a n nm : u a a n 1 1 u n ii u n Come in u a a n a n u n "Cozy II II II II U a v a n away and get your tractor, in time ior y our r you now. Jones v.i . , v.: , .:- - .!, Ifestinigbsise will bwith Essex Jewelry Store .-MONiAY , jTonight life is visiting 1 -withV Moretz-Whitener Clothing Company and guess his may win the Glowle 3 ' ft ' given by efe.ouf it is;.. Newtony NGi age you m n ' IS . m $ & . r : ; 0 t r U t m ' - . m I m ; . -h if IS B mm B a a mi a X3 E3 H 13 B R a m a o B n m m i? b: S3 m c s 13 m m m m m if 3 SS m KILL1AN HARNESS ii Soutem ii u RECTAL SPECIALIST. a Phones 275 and 319. HICKORY, N.C. n i:.i,.Jrif. mi a A-9Sil4 il l L COMPANY