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HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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FOR SALE Fine modern home in
Hickory's best residential section,
; six rooms and bath, small down
payment, balance easy terms, see.
J. C. DeRhodes or Z. B. Buchanan.
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WANTED Man with car to sell guar-
. antced Cord tires. Will arrange sal
: ary and expense with right man.
Cord-O-Van Rubber Company, 1108
So. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111.
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FIRE WORKS Of all kinds on sale
t nt W. P. Pitts' store at Brookford.
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FISH! FISH For Saturday morning
early to my customers. I have Keel
Snappers for a nica backed fish only
a few. Person. lt-a-iz pa.
SHRIMP! SHRIMP For 'Saturday
Shrimp for Shrimp salad. Cooked,
nnH headless, nice and fresh. Per
son. 12-8-lt Pd,
BLANKETS All $7.50 and $9.00 wool
and woolknac blankets, bpeciai
$5.85. Tipton Furniture Co. 12-4 6t.
SEEDED RAISINS
19c per pound, Satur
day only. Whitener
& Martin.
FOR SALE 1921 model Ford touring
car Abernethy Motor Company.
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FOR SALE At a bargain, 10 acres
land 3 1-2 miles south of Hickory.
Lot of timber. Phone 160-L.
12-7-3t.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN
Collie dog. White and yellow. An
swers to name "Buster.'' Anyone
with information notify Cline's Bar
ber shop. Reward. 12-7-5t pd.
' FOR SALE Fine Singing Canary
Birds. Mrs. C. R. Brady, Conovei
N. C. 12-6- 6t pd.
rUBLIC STENAGRAPHER Neat,
accurate. No having to wait. Re
gular hours. Office Carolina Audit
Co. Shuford Mill Bldg. Phone 508.
12-4-Gt pd
PECANS Special Sale
See them, 39c per
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FOR SALE Dodge touring car 1921
model. Abernethy Motor Co. "x
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FOR SALE A mahogany flat top
office desk, like new. Kenyon Music
House. 12-2-tf.
AUCTION SALE, SATURDAY, DE-
cember 9th, at 2 p. m. 30 beautiful
residential lots on 7th street, one
block south of the South scho'ol, be
tween Kenworth and 8th street. This
property fronts on a new street,
just finished, and top soiled. Water,
lights and sewer are available. Free
cash prizes and band concert. Every
body invited. The Fritts-Anderson
Realty Co., Oscar Pitts Auctioneer.
12-2-6t-pd.
FOR SALE Overland sedan
model. Abernethy Motor Co
1921
12-7-tf.
FOR RENT 3 up stairs furnished
rooms for light house keeping 2013
Ninth avenue. Mrs. Seabock. 12-4 1 tf.
NEW SHIPMENT Kitchen Cabinets.
Cash or credit. Christmas sale. Tip
ton Furniture Co. 12-41 6c.
CEDAR CHEST Wardrobe trunks-.
JVLake ideal presents. More than one
hundred on display at Tipton Furni
ture Co. , 12-4- 6t
OYSTERS Fresh Dai-
ly ; Whitener & Mar
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ALL MAKES OF PHONOGRAPHS
and Talking machines cleaned and
, repaired. Have your machine clean,
d and overhauled before the spring
breaks. Its cheaper. Piedmont Pho
nograph Co. 7-19
PIANO TUNING And Phonograph
and all musical instruments repaii
cd. Kenyon Music House 11-21 tf
ENJOY A SAVING Of 20 to 30 per
' cent. And have your purchase charg
. cd. Our Christmas ofub plan. Tipton
Furniture Co. 12-4t 6t.
TRY OUR HOME MADE CANDIES,
lee cream and Fountain drinks. J.
Henry Hill, 9th avenue 7-25-tf
FOR SALE Uuick Six 1921 model.
Abernethy Motor Company. 12-7-tf.
BAZAR NEXT WEEK
The Philathca class of the 't
Methodist church will hold their an
nual bazar and sucker on Friday and
Saturday, December 15 and 16 at the
Kiwanis hall. Adv. -
FORCED TO REMAIN IDLE
The East Hickory Pressing club
closed down today until Monday on
account of the flu, Manager Joe Black
burn announced today. About all of
the men are either sick or have flu
in their families.
"Mental intoxication" wa the 'reason given by Professor JV P. Tierman
of South Bend, Ind., for his marriage to Mrs. Blanche Brimmer, his bride
of a-day. 'Here the professor and his bride "are shown on their 24-hour honey
moon. The professorLhas now returned to wife No. 1, who figured sanrominent
ly in .the .paternity suit against Harry Poulin a few months ago.
WHAT TO DO TO KEEP WELL
EYES TESTED
And glasses scientifically fitted.
When this is done by me they cannot
be improved on. Inasmuch" as cement
bifocals have given so much trouble
by comming apart, the field is ripe for
the improved bifocals, ground from
one solid piece of glass. I guarantee
these to give satisfaction. I -will fur
nish these one-piece bifocals, complete
with shell or gold frames, for a limit
ed time, at $10.00 per pair
E. E. HEIGHT
Registered Optometrist
Box, 511 Hickory, N. C. 12-2-6-t
President Harding is said to be
afraid the prohibition laws are break
ing down. Others are afraid they are
not. New York Tribune.
The open door in Turkey may be
open, but there is apt to be trouble
after one gets through it. Boston
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nuware we o Keep well ; . is a
question that the cities have bee.nl
asking themselves for some, years and
working to answer the question, but
what are we of the rural communities
doing about it? Here is what the Na
tional Council of Education and the
American Medical Association said
after they made an investigation of
many farm communities. '
"The physicial condition " of chil
dren in the rjiral oommunitie is in
f erior to that of the children in th
crowded districts of our large cities.".
statistics have shown this to be
true. So let us begin now in the
home and -in the scmhool to teach
our children plain simnle evervdav
health laws. '
It has been said that with plenty1
of air and watei we can livemanvdavs
without food, that with air and food,f
we can live a few days withoutwater:
but that with water and food we can
live, only a few hours without air.
Now there are different kinds of
air. Stale damp or impure air lowers
our vitality, tears down the constitu
tion, starves and poisons the blood.
Fresh mure, air is the kind we need.
Keep the children out of doors, when
v.'catntr will permit. Ci've speci.'l.
otfcnt.'ri to the sleeping rooms. If
there is but one window in th.3 room it
hculd l'o opened both from tho liot-
om the, ton r.ven on cid pig-ht?;.
?emerpb'r that the body honts cold
air quicker thnn it does ata'e fir.
The mo'r winnows open in the 4r,d
i-Mopi the better. A piece of chee.--
loth talked over the window will
rotert t lie child from storm if the
be'vi is clos to the window. The;
window Tiiust be " nrrnnp'od that
fresh air can get in and the stale
air ut.
The really ideal wav to sleep is the
sleeping rorch.. which is net c:-.-
r'Dnsivp to bund. Or ep'l of a pov.-h
r--.n- be curtained off. avowing .s'.'ffi-
"Gpt ipao for the bed. Canvas on
p't that have been wire 'screen
ed will keep out e rain or snow.
Pure fresh air kill many germs whMi
invrde the body and cause much sick
ness and death.
ALICE T. BASSF.TT.
Catawba County Public Health Nurrc.
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'JACK MORONBTKSr5SfeS;iS
This is a SHADY proposition. But
our line of Draperies, Curtains and
Shades are beautiful. Something dif
ferent, always at Hickory House Fur
nishing Co.
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The doctor advises for safety always
keep your feet diy. Let us do it for
you, that's our business. All work
guaranteed. Shoe Fixery, under Singer
Sewing Machine office.
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''I love a man that's square," she
aid, ns she turned upon her heels, then i 83
I knew right away she would be crazy
about our meals. You always get
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Toyland during the Xmas holidays ;This year we have
a more cpmplete line, of high grade .Toys and Useful
Giftsfhanf ever bef ore. With our New Store "arrange
ment we are now able to show them 'properly, and you
are invited to come in and look over our storefull of
Gifts. " ;f- ''"-:- '
kKK fiAi'ttumber of people are having gifts reserved
already. W.e will be glad to put yours away for you now
and; deliver them any time you wish.
Santa's Letter Box is in front of our Store again
this year as usual.
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KATHERINE MacDONALD
PASTIME TOMORROW
Katherine MacDonald is coming to
the Pastime tomorrow in a First Na
tional attraction. It's a story of youn?
wives and old husbands. Really a peach
of a yarn, which we are sure you will
thoroughly enjoy
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square one at Buttercup Tea Room,
Over Pastime Theatre, Phone 451.
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You have heard of "Johnny on the
Spot," well if the spot is on your suit,
jail us, and let Johnny go. Williams &
Person Pressing Club, where you get
it right
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There are many ways to travel these
days, ',
And we are looking for the cheapest
way, , , .
But we can all travel the high way,
If we purchase cur auto needs at.John
. son's Garage.
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You've been a friend close to my heart
But such is life we meet to part.
In midst of change we dwell
I clasp another to my breast,
Old corset fare-thee-well
It's a Gossard, the best made.
-Setzer & Russell.
Abernethy H
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the jimcsrm stoks.
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CHEATED
Mrs. A. Why is Mrs. Grabb so an
gry with you ?
Mrs. B. It seems that the cook she
It tells the story of a girl author j lured away from me isn't satisfactory,
who falls in love with the artist who : Boston Transcript,
illustrates her work and then finds tbn' ! -
she has to fight, wit for wit, with tho i Dr. Copeland says that after taking
wife of her publisher who has al.o
become infatuated with the very hand
some gentleman. ,
Miss MacDonald has? long been
a favorite with our audiences, but w
feel quite sure that when we present
her in "Heroes and Husbands sne I
will win new praise for herself just
as 'her magnificent beauty is continu
ously winning her new laurels.
; In the supporting cast to the star!
are such -prominent personages as
Nigel Barrie, Charles Clary, Mona
Kingslcy, Charles Gerrard and Ethel
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his seat in the Senate he Will continue
his daily health hints. Why not use
them in an endeavor to popularize the
Congressional Record. Boston Transcript.
HER UNCERTAINTY
Sally Gay Do you think a girl
should ever propose.
Dolly Swift- I don't know. Have
'you tried everything else you can think
of ? -Kansas City Star. :.; ;
EXCHANGE HOLIDAYS
By the Associated Press.
New York, Dec. 8. The New col-
I ton exchange announced today that if
would be closed on fcaturday preced
ing. New, Year and Christmas. ,
We don't mind supporting the gov
ernment but the. government should
leave us enough to be self-supporting.
Columbia Record.
STREET PAVING, MAIDEN, N.
'Sealed proposals will be received b
the Town Board of Aldermen of Maid
en North Carolina, at the office of A
CjBlack, Mayor, until 2:00 p. m., Tues
day, December 19th, 1922, for pavinr
and otherwise ; improving certaii
streets, at. which time all bids will b:
publicly opened and read.
:'The work will include approximate
ly 1,800 cubic yards of excavation
and grading, 5,500 square yards oi
plain cement concrete or reinforced
cement1- concrete pavement ; 6,500 lin
eal feet of integral concrete curbs, a
few storm drains and other accessor
ies. ;'.&;'-';!.HV '' -:- " :":
- All ".bids must upon blank . forms
provided . in the proposal and contract
forms' j furnished with the specif ica-tions-.
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Plans. and specifications will be on
fire at the.office of A. C. Black,: May
oiv Maiden, 'N. C, and at the office
of the Engineers in Charlotte, N. C;
?-'A deposit of $10.00 will be required
by the Engineers for each set of plans
and specifications, which deposit, will
be refunded to bona fide bidders, f .
' Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check or bid bond for $2,000.-
00 in favor of B. . Finger, Treasurer
of tho town of Maiden, N. C. -
The right is reserved to reject any or
all bids. . ..
- . . A. C. BLACK, Mayor,
MEES&MEES, Maiden, N. C.
An Iowa court rules that all reform
ers must expect to be called cranks.
The trouble; is that all cranks expect
to " be called " reforners. Cleveland
Plain Dealer.
Judging from the opening remarks
jf the Paris editorial writers, they
lon't seem to expect so much this trip
from .Georges, Clemenceau as they did
from Georges Carpentier a year or so
ago. Kansas City Star.
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Citizens ; of Hickoiy and surrounding country
who wish to obtain a Ford touring car, a Ford runabout,
a Ford coupe, a Ford sedan, a Ford truck or a Fordson
tractor, hould prqtnptly communicate with tile v
otor Go.
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Authorized Ford Dealers
1 - Newton,!N. C.
; U Gait us on long distance, write, or wire us, and
one of our representatives will promptly come to see you.
While, there is a greater demand for Ford cars of all
types than can be supplied for' another 30 or 60 days
WE ARE IN POSITION TO TAKE CARE OF YOU
IMMEDIATELY. 5; ,.; V -. .,
Through Efficient Service and Courteoui Treatment
We hope to gain and hqldy our patronage.
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Netwton Phone 78 ;? v Hickory Phone 377
Cars Stored at Johnson's Garage
10th Ave., Hickory, N C. '
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