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- I - I MANY NEW GOdi
4 ' a Mls. p. a. siBM of saiwmo rjnnj or prniFp M-r : 0 ! QTuNh
4 A I2J4 V V .pent u,u;e.y fHou., L UL L - LL U LL VJ .j ... ... hh.k.xJ lj- OlU"1-
'7$ Mr. and Mrs. W7 H. Craddockof i'illU I UI UL.ESSiUU ' " -I I "':S!l;;.y 1 lj -f5nSf
Lenoir were Hickory visitors yester- H I S Hi 1 ftTB II fi 1 A' , I S fe I V3CB-1---
" ' day afternoon. o 1 J ""lj D IP j tj i V A j j V " tu'T"f nv'H IfejS--
' Mr. and Mrs. George S. Watson wer: IjHIlBtJ I illflU B? .fvw 14 ! i ..Mv I K ' 50"r2
among those going to Charlotte todaj . , " w J i " ' Pi ' - L itA Wf jbC ' P'!l
to. attend- the Shriners' ceremonial. ;?; : P IS D 1 1 C' W y'1 ' . UQ '( I 1
Mrs. R. L. Wasliburn of Conove . 000010 ' 4 KvM '"" ' Sll j Utfgk
.. spent yesterday in the city, the guest . UISl I U LU j ' MMt&H' V ? 7Sr'J.'l P f
1 of her sister, Mrs. D. J. Suttlemyre. pVl fefej!lJ K'jf C I j IS
Mrs. R. D. Abelhy and Mrs. D J of the scries .of Christ- .f 1 ill . hJ
v; H. Warlick of Granite Falls wer ; 'aII Ye Faithful" (Adeste U I ' W f ' H Aftwn
I among tne out oi town -siiopwis , , i 5 . . . t - 8 l.U'J bZ U I 11
the city yesterday. It is 'not surnrisinc- that this sturdy, V-V-"
Mr fi. T. CrmvcTl of Concord i vhole--hear-tod tune -(sxin with its j A Pure silk hosiery f:
l " - . i n fmnil-'iTrri ro'l " Mnw H :i nil III i:- i ,i- 'tew .yy-yui- .' :,:s-v.':j: : , . -.-.-b in
I visiting at the home of Mr. and Mi'f hvrrm oi k ' M
I J. W. Blackwelder on Thirteentl "n.SloodSd" AexicaS, Thcddorc ' Ifi 4 J
I street. - r. n. tt: u.,t. K- I mx: . . -S 3
We are receiving and will soon have
on display the largest and most artistic
line of fine
Gold and Platinum Jewelry,
Silverware, Cut Glass,
we have ever shown. We expect a heavy
trade this year for Christmas and we advise
Make your selections early and we
will hold them for you.
Jeweler and Optometrist .
Watch Inspector So. and C. &. N. W. Rys.
In Temporary Home
HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO
General Insurance and Bonds
Oac brtireen First National and Southern Public Utilities Ca
Read Record Want Ads
tl sll Tl TV f 1!
Children Need For
! Christmas the
We have a big line of Children's Books. These are of the kind
that you want your child to have. We do not sell the trashy books
as they are called, but books that are interesting and instructive.
Games Rook, Flinch, Old Maids, Jack Straws, Blocks, Bean
Bags, Jack and Jill. Many others that are newer.
. Ball Gloves
Water Color Paints
v Junior Combination Boards
All kinds of Picture Books, Bible Stories with illustrations.
Come in and get something Useful for the Children.
lie Van Dyke
Balloons Sets (Something New)
Baby Toilet Sets
Baby Record Books
Game of Authors
Game Three Guardsmen
The many friends of Mr. A. A. Whit
oner will he delie-hted to see him on
again after beiny; ill with influenz:
for the past week.
Mrs. Fred Flagler and little, daugh
tor, Elizabeth, returned today f ror
Catawba where thev were guests fo
several days of Mrs. II. F. Elliott.
Miss Maud Bayliss will leave to
morrow for Bristol, Tenn., where sh
will spend the Christmas holidays
While away -Miss Bayliss will als
visit relatives in Canton.
Mrs. M.irv Sloone's numerous friend
will regret very much to learn that she
is suffer inir from rheumatism and vn
wish for her a speedy recovery. Mrs
Sloone is one of Hickory's oldest an
most popular ladies and news of he
suffering will be generally regretiet
BAZAAR THIS WEEK
Thn Phiiathea class of the Firs
Methodist church will give their a;
nual bazaar and supper in the Kiwar,
is hall on December 15 and 1G. Adv
MISS CLOER ENTERTAINS
Miss Hazel Branson, the attractiv
young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M
Cloer, entertained a few of her friend
last night at a birthday dinner. Th
occasion was very much enjoyed b;
This is one of" the series of Christ
"O Come All Ye Faithful" (Adeste
It is not surprising that this sturdy,
whole-hearted tune (sung with its
alternative text, "How Finn a Found
ation") was the favorite hymn of
LJiat full-blooded American, Theodore
Roosevelt. His preference has be?n
shared bv hundreds of thousands o
nc-n. women, and children through
out the world.
The text of "O Come All Yc Fa.ih
orl" is translated from a Latin hym:;
)f the 17th or 18th century. The ori
ginal words, beginning Adeste Mdeic.
ire still frequently used. The transla
tion which we sing "was made ir
England by the Reverend Fredrick
Oakley about 1850.
Tim nnnroc ot the mu?ic is not de
finitely known. Various reasons are
iven lor its name ine rcrtugese
'jyrnn. Some investigators say it was
viitten by a Portugese chapel-mas-;er
named Marcus Portugal: others
that it was first sung in the Portt.
?e.se Chapel in Lonon, but was writ;
ten bv an Jbngnsh organist nameu
But whether this joyful manly hym
e the work of this' or that man, or
ike a folk song, the combined pro-
luct of several men, it is one of
rv.mns of the ages which arir--is
to live for centuries. When
sine- it we are keeping alive
Ot'llSillLlui Uii Lima v unuivi
f the Vinrno of Ml
ill VCII IrtO U UUiiuuv - w
n Ynnnt m honor ot ins o4tn Diun
day. Mr. Yount has seven children
ATifl two p-rard children. ah wer
present, together with about 40 friend
and vp stives wno emoyea mcman.
good things that kind hands had pre
roY-orl fnr the occasion. May ha liv
to enjoy many more and delightful oc
WITH MRS. ABERNETHY
5nirit and expression wmeh stivrec;
T1 1 1
many happy ioiks wno nave gon-
;"efore and countless numbers which
will f oliowr after us.
1. O come, all ye faithful, joyful
O come ye, O come ye to Bethlehem
Come and behold him, bom the King
f angels; i
(After each verse)
O come, let us adore Him,
O come, let us adore Him,
O come, let us adore Him, Christ
Sing, choirs of angels, sing iv;
Siny all ye citizens of heav'r
Glory to God in the highest;.
Yea,, Lord we greet Thee, born
this ha-nny morning
Jesus, to Thee' .be glory giv'n:
Word of the Father, now in flesn
( Prepared for Community Service
by Professor Peter W. Dykenta, Uni
versity of Wisconsin. Madison Wis
Mile. Jeanne IJonar, who is being held
li I. 1.1 1. "? ismiifi Tvaitm? ottu-'a disno-
sition of her case. Mile. Bonar is Rus
sian by birth and friends in tms coun-
ry are trying to prevent her deporta
Pure Kill: hosiery
1 to Ha pair
NOVELTIES IN PtlMRS ANi OXI-jUDS
.hint Received, about twelve new styles in ,S.tiu, C
judgment and common sense.
Be sure to help those who cannot
help themselves. If precautions are.
taken it is not dangerous to care tor
ho siVk. Th Hana-proiis nerson is the
one who goes about coughing, sneezing,
and spitting rn a cerless manner.
Do not waste your money on patent
inedicincs, get a doctor. ,
Do not give your cold or influenza
';o others and do not let others give
their, to you.
ALICE T. BASSETT,
3atswba County Public Health Nurse.
nd Suede, in 'the new colonial and 11
tics, etc, pair ...
Regular lengths, Gaunlets,
Eight and Twelve button dress
gloves, new washable kid, etc.,
in all the now shades. Bought
before the new tariff went cn.
$1.00 t0 $4.50 !"'
New Leather Hand
Bags r -
do a portso
at this c&i
$1.00 w $5. vaan
The Travelers' ' club met Thursda:
nfternoon at the home of Mrs. W. I
AhomotViv A larp-e number ot mem
bers were present and answered roj
call with quotations from Hauptman';
nlnvs The visitors who added thei
ouota to the general fund of pleasur
were Mrs. tranK Alien, ivxrs. vann
flnmKlp and Mrs. A. A. Whitener. Mrs
B. M. Spratt, Mrs. George Watson
The first topic Hauptman as a iMa
tnralistie Dramatist was given by Mrs
v n r i TT -4- - M itt net c 1 v T t
J. A. lViaitm. nauptman yaa oi.u,)
voare old on The. fifteenth of last No
vember. This event caused a revival oi
interest in his plays. Ethel iJarrymort
playing the title role of Rose Berne
and drawing large crowds m iew i un
thia nvPRBnt. season. Mrs. W. a. men
d reading fron
.r" - .. ... .
tl-.o n nv "Thp Weavers' in wiuci
HIV J. J -
TJonntmon nvosprit.R the theme of ia
Kr,r vs f-nnital. taking sides with neith
, J i lL .InlimMIC
i nwpnt events witii u ucuviuu.-
ITmv and Where it is Spread
Bv careless spitting, coughing.
meezing and using the same drinking
easel or towels that mtected persons
have used. The disease germs are car
ded in the spittle and m the little
Irops of secretions from the nose and
In crowded places, public gatherings,
churches, schools, picture shows trains,
rtc. Soda fountains are especially dan
gerous unless sanitary cus are usee.
ind sterilized spoons.
How to KeeD From Taking it
Keen awav from crowds, especially-
Avoid people who cough and sneezze
md spit without holding a handker
chief over the nose and mouth.
Do not use a common drinking cup
bv others, keep away
WILL BE FOR
E! io c? 1 AA eachl
$1.00 ,0 $3.00 i
Or - to d1 AA each
45c 10 $1.50
STEW LINE TOLLMER-CL0(.(,S-'
RAIN AND SUN PARASOLS
ir - rnvvpw used uv
.n,ln -fmiTitamo Vinf fin nnt not
v. . i m . . 1 t.fni.
salad course with pound cake and no' j supply sanitary miiming ius am. ow
coffee concluded an enjuyauie iimtr .ui ..o
Tvf n:-YllOV3 ftf Ibe club were glad tx
have with them again Mrs. 'Walter
Tavlor. The lecture oi proiessoi
nvovoo Vina heen nostnoned for awhile
There will be no more meetings of the
club till January when Miss Amen?
if,.r-iV. will he first clUD nostes
RlTSTNESS AND PROFESSIONAL
CLUB HOLDS MKtiiiiix
- ?? II
ii ii n nini i i
; ill it
A vo-nnvt. from the state council
meeting of the Business and Profes
sional Women's club held recently ai
thp chief source of inter
est at the meeting of the local club
held last night in the Buttercup ea
nwino- to the wet weather the at
irmAvnnn was not as larcp as usual
but the enthusiasm of the club mem
i .oc, rt rlnmnened and the ques-
lion of federating witn tne wauuiwi
Federation of Business and Profession-
al Women s ciuds was uim-u.-
formally before the regular business
mi urn o Ho lO'nrpn lci iifive o
its guest Miss Azalea Davidson of
Diaiesvuic v j
. r-ma infnrmahftTi in regard to
the organization and working of the
professional women expect to oig'-
a club some time soon. .
Miss Ola Warner, wno was sen
a delegate to the Durham meeting, told
. . i t 1 1 moor-
very interestingly oi tne cuui u. ."
ine and made some very gwu
:c. tn thP local ClUD IO iUimci
interest and growth. By a lunawmoj
vote the club decided to affiliate with
tne ti.e w , ,. oe,j
Other matters were Drieny uis
wV.if.li tho club adjourned to
meet again in two weeks. Quite a num
ber of the members were ausent uu -
count of illness and their absence was
noted with keen regret.
Keen the bowels onen. Snuff vaseline
up the nose three time a day. Gargle
hroat and wash out nose and moutn
with weak warm, salt water.
Ripnn jind eat reerularlv.
Tfppn in the nnen sunshine as much
as possible and have good ventilation
n the home and oil ice.
Slppn with vour windows open.
Wash vmir hands before eating and
never put your unwashed hands in your
.Do not give the disease' to others
when you sneeze or cou-g'h always1
cover your mouth and nose with a cloth.
Do not, become unduly alarmed, use
When all other thoughts fail,
stationery answers the gift prob
lem. Remember stationery and
you will remember a gift to get
that is satisfactory to everybody,
i'ou will express your apprecia
tion of the fine line of station
ary wo are now showing-. We will
appreciate, any opportunity to
show them to you. For every
day use and for gift purposes
you are not going to beat them,
no. matter where you go. Papers
in small boxes and large plain,
and conservative styles and the
.newest tints and textures.
ON THE CORNER
Phones 17 and 317
Infant's Ivory Comb
cottons ujt fjfj to cq nr
$3:50 " $5.00
All the new colors in beautiful
"hristrnas boxes if you like.
NEW FUR NECK PIECES
$4 J0.lu $55.09
50c ,u$ 1.50
25c t0 $1.00
50c 40 $1.00"
50c to $5.00
n A set
S'or:... $1.00 10 $3.75
It will " pay you to see our stock of high grade Jewelry, .
Silverware,;. Cut Glass, Watches and Novelties. The biggest and
most complete 'fine we have ever shown. Prices at Rock Botton.
Come look the line Over. . ' -' .
The goods and prices will make thebaic We will wrap same
in neat and attractive packages. --
' "E-Z" Sleeping
- Under svear
. New Bath
, $1.00 cuh
85c to $4.00
HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY
GIFTS ON DISPLAY. ' .
"THE LADIES STORE"
NOVEMBER HONOR ROLL
AT YOUR SERVICE
Blanche Sigmon. . (
A. M. Mast and Miss Mavy i'
First irrade Irene Deal, John Hoke
Hazel Hefner. .
Second grade Bertha lteitzei,
Hazel Bowman, Clida Raby, Ralph
Hefner. ; ; ".' '' .
Third grade Eulala Deal, JiiXje
Fifth grade Maud Bow-man.
Sixth grade Ea Eckard. Delia
Hefner, Lucy Deal, , Neta ; Starnes,
jwmnie xcaoy. '.
Seventh srade.arStellai Bowman.
Spasmodic Croup is frequeng
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