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iHUftSUAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2, 1922.
THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD SPITTING CAMPAIGN ON WE WE ll D U T, TORS Under the direction of the Commpn- ity club a campaign against spitting on the streets and public places is being inaugurated. As winter is near neonle should be especially careful as colds and other diseases are. spread by spit Kolller ting, besides causing unsanitary con ditions. r Skates r Posters placed in the station, mov ing picture houses and other public places call attention to the dangers of careless expectorating. The public is expected to cooperate fully with the Community club in 'waging this cam paign. CONTRIBUTIONS TO V Halloween fete 1. wsrursrtu ...... Every live boy wants a pair of skates we have the kind that he likes Winches ter. They run faster and last longer. p"ce $1.50 to $3.75 The Winchester Scooter Skate $1.50 is a-fine gift for any boy. . Hickory. N. C. Newton, N. C. WMMItllltIMH iT I i I i 1 i i Jit! I i . . giill m 1M"1' lo Do You Tell Your Friends About Willard If you tell Bill; Bill tells Harry; Harry tells John and before we know it, three new customers are-coming-in- regularly for bat tery service. ' . - , ? a - That just suits us. We'd rather have customers come like that, -because usually they're the kind. who aren't satisfied with just ordinary service. v If you have a particular or "cranky" friend, tell him about us-and how we take care of all makes of batteries according to Willard Standards of Service. 1226 Ninth Avenue Hickory, N.C. Repfes (THREADED RUBBER INSULATION) (WOOD SEPARATORS), Abernethy Hardware Co. iff T -'L-i S Njvrt '3rT t,r,;V.'A JJjf Hickory Battery Co. fl' Tt A. a a joaitcei:ies ' In addition to assiting with ; the Halloween fete in various. ways quite & i number of the Community club members and other contributed to the lunch stands which featured the midway Tuesday. ; The i contributors, and contributions were a sr follows: Cake and candy, Mrs. Holder, Mrs. Chas. Geitner; cakes, Mrs. Chas. Menzies, -Jr., Mrs. Chas. W. Bagby, Mrs. S. H. Farabee, Mrs. J E. Barb, Mrs. E. B. Menzies. Mrs. Geo. R. Wootten, Mrs D.M. Reinhardt, Mrs. O. J. Howard, Mrs. A. J. Eessex, Mrs. M. . J.. Abernethy, Mrs. Dick Thomasson, Mrs. "VT. .B. r,amsay, Mrs. Spearman, Mrs. T. E Field, Mrs. Rowe, Mrs. H. C. Menzies. Candy- Mrs. L. H. Warlick, Mrs. Fred Aber nethy, Miss Jean Farabee, Mrs. Alex Hall, Mrs. W. N. Martin, Mrs. Oliver Moore, Mrs. E. N.. Carr. Mrs. H. R. Aiken Mi. Geo. ' W. Killian, Mrs. SteVienson, ;M'ra " Brown-jChicMin ; doughnuts, Mrs. Fred Jones, Mrs.. Everette, Miss Morrell,' Mrs. Fannie Marris twelve pies, 2 jelly rolls; Mrs. E. B. Cline waffles: Mrs. Hamp Whitener doughnuts and peanut britr. tie; Mrs. Bradshaw two apple pies; Mrs. Isenhour pies; Mrs. Elliott-i candy; doughnuts and cake; N. G. Deal, cookies; Mrs. , Tucker, 12 pies; Mrs. MQtt r4 pumpkin pies; Mrs. Latta 50 cents; Mrs. Hester dough nutsr - , at MR. HAYES WILL SPEAK IN WEST HICKORY TONIGHT Johnson J. Hayes, solicitor of the 17th judicial district and formerly pro secutor iri Catawba superior court, is scheduled to address the voters of West Hickory in the Y. M. C. A. hall there at 7 &0 ; tonight. TYp public is invitsd to hear Mr. Hayes. n D a NOTICE OF SALE UNDER MORTGAGE Under and ty virtue of the power and authority vested in the under signed mortgagee by that certain mortagage deed executed by C. H. Robinson and Lizzie M. Robinson, his wife, dated September 29th, 1921, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for Catawba county in Book no. 151 at Page 518, default having been made in comipJying with the terms and stipulations therein con tained, the undersigned will sell at a nublic auction to the highest bidder for cash, at the door of the First National Bank of Hickory, in Catawba Q a a County, North Carolina, on Saturday 1 lie 2nd day of 'December -1922, at 2 o clock, p .in. the rmnowulg desenb ed real estate: a a a Jlecrmninff at an iron nost on Twenti street, S. P. Bisanar's North West corner, - and duns North 2 de errees 45 minutes East 100 feet to a sttake at the South-East corner at the intersection of Twentieth street a a a a a a fa a a n HI ii ii ?u n : u a n i j ii : 13 n ii u and Ninth avenue: thence along the South martin of Ninth avenues South !s9 decrees 1 Sminutes East 1G( 4-10 feet to a stake: thence South 3 de grees 10 minutes West 100 feet to an iron post; thence North 89 degrees 15 minutes West 165 7-10 feet to the point of beginning. This 1st day of Neveraber, 1922. LAWRENCE E. ECKARD, Mortgagee R. H. SHUFORD .Attorney. ll-2-4t . Thurs Old Standard Retody for Chills and Malaria. 1 60c STflfJi :StJ fin IS IB "VP n su sra id a f'U . a a Hips, Back and Legs Would Have That Tired Ache d Everett. Washington. " For several years I have had trouble with the lowest part ot my tacK ana my hips and my legs would ache with that tired ache.' I could hardly stand on my feet at times. I was always able to do my work although I did not feel good.i I saw L.ydia K. rmkham s Vegetable "Com pound advertised and having heard se veral praise "it I decided to try it. I feel lirst-rate at the present time. It has done wonders for me and I keen it in the house right along. I n u - IB u n ii ill mr ii D a II mi 1 1 always recommend it to others who are sick and ailing." Mrs. J. M. Sibbert, 4032 High St. Kverettj Washington. To do any kind of work, or to play for that matter, is next to impossible if you are suffering from some form of female trouble. It may cause; your back or your legs to ache, it may make you nervous and irritable. You may be aHe to keep up and around, but you do not feel good. Lvdia E. Prnkhaih s vegetable Com- nnnnd is a medicine for women. It is especially adapted to relieve the cause of the trouble and then these annoying pains, aches , and V no good f eelings disappear.:,- v-.. v: ;: , It has done this; for many; many wrf wen; why not give it a fair trial now. COULD HARDLY ATfflES IIL iM 1 vJl Subscribe f at Th Hickory JRecorp PEC t METHOD OF OPERATING IN GIVING AWAY .. Free of '';-(Harge BEGINNING MONDAY, "NOVEMBER. 6, 1922 to' I i U" 5'- ? ::: Ik ' ' W ' o o , f 1" : We want to increase our business, so make, this remarkable; offen The Retail Value of this "New Symphony" Phonograph is $125.00 Buy your Merchandise : Here at cuk Usual Low Prices. it Symphony The CABINET PHOflWH f - -. . f RULES GOVERNING GFPER. Several Thousand Keys have been placed iri a Bag and witeQpji'rchasiEi .yQUi-seleetj-from thisbag, aridjpne of the &eys wilKunloclc the Jock which is on display. , ABSOLUTELY iFREE a selection is given absolutely f ree one Key ' j froni the Ba. Vhen f all the Keys are , given out ii j the; lock will be vut on display at our Store' and ; II 30 daysUnotice '.will be given and the party hoW-;! i mg xne proper ivey to open me iock win receive -Free of AH Charge The "New Symphony" Talk-" ing Machine. ' ONLY ONE KEY IN THE BAG WILL OPEN i,. . THE LOCK : . ... - T !'. - - . . . . - ' - - " , - . (.a- S.-I'i-.c- y :( . " Inspect the Beautiful Phonograph oh Display :. .: .... , . -.. .... . ' ... t One Key Given with Each $2.00 Cash Sale or $4.00 Credit "Payment. ... . ."!..-:(. . i BAKERS GARAGE 9tk Ayenue : r Hiekortr. NiC "A at ft 1 Quality Tiriec 30x3 AH Weathet Txfead il20 1 30x3 Cross Rib Cord .$12Jo! 32x4 Cross RCor ;U:$243 30x3 Patfifihder . . M5r 50x? Cross Rib Tread . '$10.65" iSyery Year is A Good Year For Goodyear Tires: - ; Standard Garage Sales CompM 4 I I I I t4 J 11 u n a u g n v ii ; u Ii II , ill . ni - :II Ml II II . II - II II II 'II - II 1 1 1 1 II 11 ' 1 1 II 1 1 - II dJ ''jM".