TfflfflSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2J9
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
J;;.;::: ; Friday, Saturday
and Monday ply.
New Dress Ginghams, 15c
New Dress Ginghams, 17c
' New Apron Ginghams, Stand
ard Fast Colors, l Sic Values ;
One Big LbtNew Factory
Plaids, 19c Values
One Big Lot New Striped and
Checked - Shir t Chambray
1 1 Lot New Hickory : Shirting
25c Values .
Kahki doth, 29c Value
Overall Cloth, 25c Value
Overall Cloth, Heavy 220
""eiSSc Value. V
25d value H . : .
30c valie . .
40c value, heavy' . .
Drilling, 21c Values
Unbleached Canton Flannel,
Bleached Canton Ffahhel,
25c Value ;
One Lot Unbleached Canton.
. Flannel, 15c Value,
Oiie Lot Outing, 12c Values
One Lot Outing, 10c Values
One Lot Curtain Scrim 10c
Men's Heavy Ribbed Shirts
and Drawers 95c Value
Men's Heavy Ribbe4 XTtnori
Suits, $1.00 Values
Hanes' Heavy . Ribbed Blue
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Liaucicu viuvu st.0f-.
- s5 J
Womens Brown Calf Double
Sole, Low 'Heel, Solid
Leather Shoes, Special
Old Ladies' Kid Bal,Plain
Toe, Low Heel, olid
Women's Kid Lace, Single
and Double Sole, Plain
Toe, and Cap, Solid
Women's Box Calf Blucher,
Double Sole; Medium Heel,
Solid Leather, Special
Men's Heavy Fleece Lined
Shirts and Draycr3,
Women's Kid Lace Double;
Sole, Medium Heel, Solid
Leather Special .
Men's Scout Shoes, $2,25
Men's Heavy Shoe, Army
4 Last, Value $4.95
One Lot Men's Dress Shoes,
$6.00 to $12.00, Including
W.X. Douglas Shoes
Many other va!ues too numerous to mention.
Make your arrangements to be here on one of
these days. . - - -
BEYSON - SNYDER - DILLARD
If Our Merchandise Doesn't Make; Good, We Will"
One Cent a Word for Each Insertion -
THIS SIZE TYPE TWO CENTS A WORD
' This Size Three Cents a Word
411 ds cash with copy. Count the words tefore sending in' your
; ( uuicu oy . layior jvmtung iuujs
next to Hickory Auto Sorp oration.
JJ. ; Phone 173-L. L. L. Mfefill-l-St.
LOST -On Union square last night
' pocket book containing one $10 bill.
m '7 one $2.00 bill and two $1.00 bills 'and
FOR5ALE 1920 Ford
Sedan, run 3,000 miles.
Easy terms, Johnson's
Garage. ' ll-l4f
"I suppose ii- would."'
: Isn't S2llr. Ffeiffer- tremendously
interested - to know if those letters
and-the.-aajry jrc correct?"
"ThatjiQesn't interest me - very
muclh.'V '' ' i
: Refuses to Answer, ' ,
The three questions Mrs. - Hall re
fused to answer were:. . "
First,.- a request for her estimate
of the character of the woman slain
with -her husband. ,'. - -,
Second,- whether or not she be
lieved 'in divorce and would have
sought a divorce if ; she had known
of intimacy between Mr. Hajl and
Mrs Mills. . '
Third, -where Mr. Hall srot half
of -the $20,000 irr secu'ities . which
were iouziu -in nas saieiy . aeposK
vault, and; with the use of which he
was reported to have planned an
elopement "".to the orient with 'Mrs.
Mills. ., --.n- v .-i-;-. . , -r
J NEW RADIO WNERS I H
H. A. Latta, the radio ; expert, re-poi-ts
. the following v installations i n
the last few days: . ;
:' smallchanffe. Reward for return AUCTION SALE Household good
r to Chief Lentz. v athoinestead of late R. P. Rocket
FOR QUICK SALE One pair black
'smatch mare mules,- weight 2400.
V .Phone 85. Hickory Flour and Feed
Co. . 10-31-6t pd.
GIRL WANTED To work in bindery
of Clay Printing Co. Call in person.
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FOR SALE Poland China pigs and a
nice colt ; six months old. N. W.
Propst; Route "4 Newton, N. C.
' 'i ' '10-28;6t pd
ALL HAKES OF PHONOGRAPHS
and Talking machines cleaned and
. repaired. Have your , machine clean,
a and overhauled before the spring
bretij. Jti - cheaper. Piedmont Phc-
': ' wsrrabb Co. . '.-7-18 v
SELECTED. NARCISSUS, HYCINTH
,.' and .Tullp' bulbs. Our bulbs - bloom.
Catawba 'fieed Store.' 1-1-41.
OR SALE-2 5-room bungalows with
all ' modern conveniences; 1 eleven
.tocnn'hoaie and'l nine roomhouse
. with water and lights. Prices -right.
, The FrittS'Andersoh . Realty : Co.,
Phone 306-J. ll-2-3t.
'FOR SALE Several valuable farm3
f for sale. Let ua show you. Fritts
'. Anderson Realty Co., Phone 306-J.
r"- ll-2-8t '
HV ANffCIU.LIiit vMir broneriv with
heFritt3-Anderson Realty 9' I
near Lenoir College Saturday, No
vember 4, at: 1 p. m., includes old
fashioned spinning wheel and many
special items. Arrange 'to attend.
10-28-2t-Sat-Thurs. , ,
THOSE MILK SHAKES AT HENRY
Hill's are. fine, try ore. 7-24-tf
FOR SALE Milk cow at a bargain.
Phone 158-J- ll-2-2t-pd.
WANTED An alert business getter.
10,000 mile guaranteed new cord
tires . at prices below all -competition.
Exclusive local territory. 100.-
iOO and commission. .Smith System
Cord Tire Co., 1108 S. ' Michigan,
YOUNG MINISTER IS V '
GIVEN LIFE SENTENCE
(continued from page one)
written in a hand "remarkably. -similar
to that of the slain minister, -: she
declared.' -. , . '"'sviip -
: Faith In Husband t
"IVhad such faith in my. husband'.
If he were here he could explain. -He
could explain, if ho werehere."
.She said she had not even read the
documents, most of which have been
published in the newspapers , assert
ing, "thev, did not seem to ..interest
her at all." r " - : .
.When she was pressed to express
an opinion as to whether she did not
think they might have bearing on the
solution of ; the murder, she said:
' "f 'Aan't AVATI SPo- thai- wnnl foil
,w An iitu me repair an punas oi;you who was the criminal."
, ... Talkinsf machines and ' musical in- IDdn't vou ? think t!t wi
.'' , strotaftnta. Pianos nacked and mov- shhere f niMi
B. 'HiTfcfo'n: .
;W:H,iHarris.'' ' ' ' .'"
Ask any-'bt the radio owners
in : Hickory . about Mr. Lattaf s eq'uip
'nse'nt and service.- Adv. - 1
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(Copyright 1920 R. V. C. SmithJ
; No Sir No one cares to hear a man
blow about his wife's dresses. 'They
prefer to see the wind. If you wish to
blow about the best bottled drink, just
A bad boy may spend a week end in
the country, and have his father give
him another weak end in his trous
ers. When ;-boysJ?need a dressing up
instead of downJiave their hair cut
at Clihe Barber ASJp. M. E.'Cline. r
When we repair a tire for you we
have "a higher ojiinion o; cjejyes?
because when we pui on your tire, we
put on lots of lugs. The best tire to
put on is a Fislc from Catawba Tire
' Baseball is popular, -iut how about
the eyeball game? He threw a' glance
at her and,she caught his eye. when
your eyes are bad, seej Essex.
The housewife who puts out the
garbage can, the cat, and the milk
bottle, will never feel put out her
self,, if instead of putting out the wash,
sue sends it to Hickory Steam Laun
Physicians say terrible things may
be caught by kissing. A woman has
been known to "catch a poor fish"
that way. When you land the man, land
the furniture from Tipton Furniture
Some men used to get lit up raron-
eriy. since it became dry, now only
their autos get, lit yp prouerly, and
tney nave a better start by having
their, batteries recharged at Hickory
-it - i.
. f d and tuned. Kenyon Music House, and a married woman are conducting
When Mrs. Qface McClellan, oll
,1 V eyes ut-of:a . nnssibiA SDO aha
widens the t caMe &onuta revolver chamnionHatT
me juone aiarj state. She is aow'
attempting to ' put all ' of Alf '
, Oakley's reooriU iiito tbe discern
T-Fre&h Ho:ne Made Candy Every
, Day.v Fruits, Soft Drinks,
'z And Cigarettes.
WIK SALEM &
"" Tenth' Ayenud " .
West of Lenoir College
'.Wagner's Bldg. .
Thursday Night, Wovember
UMPflb W dill
FormerlyJJnitedates District Attorneys will. address
,ihe voters of tSs cify nd section tonight at 8 o'clock.
Come out and Iiear alclean, honest d!
.Mr. Durham will speak at Claremont Friday night.
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