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tHUKSUAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2, 1922.
HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE FIVE nnDaDDnDnnnnoocnaoncsEac2inoac3anc2C3nnoDQC3nncaQDDnncp ' Si i serious isreacftH tuifelleae 2 Hon nsoo oh Solicitor of the 17th Judicial Distract, will address the voters of West Hickory and vicinity in the Y. M. C. A. hall, West Hickory .1 omgnt 7:30 P. A GOOD SPEAKER A Ladies and Gentlemen are IIOOnDODnDDQQDDQQDQQSQEjiaSSCjSlaQQaQIlQQaQSDasaQCQSl ime ils (betting Friday and Saturday are the last two will have the opportunity of guessing my age and may be, winning the handsome electric heater. The "Cozy Glow" surely is nice to get up by in the morning and to have in the bath toom. Guess what my birthday is and do it quickly. Today, you'll find me at Setzer and Russell's. ' 1 ' -T-'- ' - ' . . . Tomorrow I'll be at Zerden's and Saturday, the last day, I'll be at Voder's Carry and Save Store. Jimmy Jonne Wesitiiinig Youngest Member of the Southern Public Utilities Company Hayes Friday M. GOOD OFFICER Invited to Hear Him. ST Newtor; !ev. 2. Th was nutated here'todc j.t market regitlr.llon rltoriul rbhts hud j-r vi re i!:i5'L-o;vIy nvrvi. al'.y tr. iv'' !.-.. i iV wli'skey curb' ' by a .breftch -is.-ristlsuf;?;.) Uyt o-'i- f .."in --It il.ppcai':i ,th-.t ti. jcrJrn-yman '.vbrk. ;;t:on tost ay. ohoi.,so.mca.-MCs yie;o--to one vho find hi: .tusk ivhsomo.-anc PS CUv !aO.VDl"U t..'.n U3..WiH5- xir-Vm-. ;r a pint. Ycrv swo'i -i Aire- m m EKE .EP 'EE 81 m mi m m .m 113 m of biotleg'g'ors had formed .' around him, of term? , their war:-s, whcrou'pJ?. be advised' that he hrd .just purchased a 'point from one- of ililr number, in -: ;;).';?; h"r. n ! the, .voson!: we.;' not. in p-5tio5i io . .nnike further pur ' hcv-.c'-'. One. hud -shown more service smk! ei ler.ioney hah tils rest. ,:. :. iv!(5 r.icire words. War 360: train gut ' between-' the succesful deelar iukI .'anothci 10 felt that- his territory', had been invaded. A dash : v. as avoided,, .however, bat mediately another loomed up ' when resident consumer learned that the stranger had pari $2dnstead of the list price of SI.5'0 for ...a; pint. The book ,-,-cers had ho spouer .departed than "n?rv consumers visited the .stranger gyj ind toM him what- a .-inefarious. deed m IS! El m h?d "ernetratffd in. putting out 50 ? ns added money to the established price. Sentiment: was : telling . him to heat it, but a more lenient policy prevailed, . and with a, warning not ' repeat his offense, h3 was left un 'nolested. , ' .' THE WOMEN VOTERS OF CATAWBA COUNTY Eg a EE ES D E9 E2 The chairman df Catawba county Democratic executive committee, Mr. 3agby, did me the great honor to ap point me vice-chairman of said com mittee, but stress of work previously assumed, prevented my assuming the responsibility as I would have liked to do. However, as the time of election draws near, I feel that I do wish to say j S3 EX ES a. few words to my fellow women vot ers of this grand old county. This re sponsibility of voting is a great one that has been placed upon us, and we should take the matter seriously and look to the very best interest?, of our ?overnmc-nt, national, state and coun y. We should study politics from fill! point3 of view, and not be driven to j vote any certain way simply because; cur men folks do so. The women arc! free beings, with minds just as active, ust as good 83 the men and just as j M 1 Id m able as. thev to -discern tho-ignt. m ttr 3 This year we women have a ime.-; -iTirorliinilv to stand bv one. of our own sex in Mrs. li. D. Taylor, candi date for register of deeds. For many rears, under both Republican end; Democratic administrations, n zftan oas'. held this off iee. but wovwn Ivave done the work. Then why not let an cducat- gl ed. thoroughly competent womrui. ..hold j m sSlthe'offu-e? Mrs.' Taylor,-' this wruerp aSW3-.Uj..be thoroughly, eopetent-tn ; fill this position in ;cvevy-way. It R7J j work for her,- to vote r.ci- ivjr. I Women of Catawba , li u:.; a. t rr.y j to" irhe can?e of womanhood on Noyt.nur iccr i. Let us beat d:wn all opposition gur sex. ' fincS -wheir tns cvn Roes rn iet a womsn lead -all :t:et2t.3- fi 1 1 JO i -. and old Catawba. : . - FANNIE Ii. WILLIAMS. :;TEI. .ENTRiiTAi: .3. COMING m Due an-'une:r--pd -car.ceiiauon t) ook i n gs " : r o: w in ivteomte.!;,,!; writer ana'nomoris.t, iias oeei secured bv the . public-', school's for an engS--ivient herei. on Friday night' Novem-jp Mt.--w.ul be atsisiea 07 ijiou ii;iraf)ond MctXmneJl, ms young an.a beautiiiii" wile -m v progriwa ViiK'! ; g ,wy reive mat.6 lamdua tuc county ofci - i's i-iave. i'uii.". Mr.' muO'on i'U:t;, na: a national reputation as a writer, his songs, hsvjng been sung pi cue-worla over tor yea'rs. Among tae j$ gieat .-nomftcr- of "lots' jbo has writ--i'r aie: ' - vvonaeritil? tiiri," 'Uoodoyo -j .otrauvnv,";Never:-C.a-n licii,". -"Uawn in itac Land,'VH;lirt Breaking j -Vilucs,-- "Buadics,"uf'4Sun3ivinc, . bnaa- ffi . .. . .-A ...1-.,... .;o.r.t! " Ki m kh;. -fig m m m :m m ovvi-, ana nam, , .uwj, nf. ...... Si ; irn's-x-arecr has.-; been very "urtirac in 1 inat no nas saccQssaed m praeueaily.fe i every litlel of composition, iiis gospeij songs arc cuuwmeu jo nmjv-i.vj ' .L banaay s'enoci '-'books putoiished. Ilo .3 also consiacred one of thciunmcst :eh upon the platt onu today. The ogram oiierea Dy the McConnells consist of lignt popmar music, .ensatidnal spiano playing, and real augh prcvoidng humor. They will ot cr many of Mr. McConncii's latest popular. songs.;.., ,. v g E D n n a a a a a Due to tne snort time ior auvu mK etc. Mr. McConnell consented to .orac without any gaarantee- what ever, and it is understood that the public schools are to receive a sub .cantiai percent of the proceeds of the entertainment. No doubt a large -x-owd will be on hand to hear these noted artists. They will appear at o:15 p. m. at the South, graded school auditorium. V .. ' . S VAI.I,ACE fROMTSES S AID TO THE FARMER tH By the Associated Proas. - East' Lansing-, Mien., inov. i. mu of the government in securing for the xnrwicr fair prices for farm products wns . promised by Secretavyr of Ag ri- n a a Hiculturc .Wallace m an ;addrss"t stud ents, alurani'and officials ot tne JMicn igan Agriculture college here: MHere fcoiore,' Mr. Wallace declared, 'the emphasis .has been put on showing farmers how to produce more. That is right and proper. Bat "we propose Wo put the. same emphasis on helping far mers to get fair prices for tneir. crops by adjusting production - to the prob able demand and by better marketing methods." . '. . - The federal administration Relieves a prosperous ? agriculture as well as a productive one is essential, Secretary Wallace declared. PviXo --env- ftirm". nrnducta whic a K 3 ea a a a n ei u a a M are below actual cost of production may! m tig IS! :miS - 'fl'fl r. AW IT PUWV.. S -. f : ' ft SUCH A LITTLE ' C - ' I V . II II I I ' ' . -" ; - - - - .--i-:s-ur- - - - Subscribe for the We have set aside one No. 48 CaloriC Pipeless -Furnace-.whicli we will award through our Bidding Con- test V V. k, i Ail you heed da is write your name and address and the amount you - will give which we will supply -ycu : : mi 5 j 5 bie arid the GalorlG will go to the highest bidder (with free ;-; installation) - irrespective of what the bid may be. ' ; ; r ; ; Bear in mind that" this is the genuine CaloriC ; . Pipeless Furnace that sells regularly for $240.00, com- plete and installed. The CaloriC is the highest quality : heating plant that can be produced and, on account of its ; - wonderful heating efficiency and fuel saving, is today the most popular furnace in the world. s-'"'- -----' Hickory Daily Record for. the CaloriC on a ticket or use the coupon below. is the day of the Con- vyill be ppehed Friday, December 1st, FREE TON OF GOAL In addition to the Bidding Contest we will give a TON OF COAL with eveiy CaloriC purchased during the month. This, offer is good 'only as long as our present stock of CaloriC holds out. Take : advantage of it by ordering yours at once. CALORIC BIDDING TICKET I Jfd!i$..-....--.--------.- .-.....-' for the .'.'"'r -K- - (write your bid here) . ' : .''-v " c. 48 CaloriC Pipeless Furnace, completely installed. Same - - Address w........... ..- Abernethy Hardware Co. HICKORY,N.C. ' '' j . r - - Kfor -a'time seem a good thing f6r;fh.e J