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mlNPAV EVENING, DECEMBER 13. 1922.
THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE THREE COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION IJEGINS SECOND PAY3IENT - mi "i i J- IN "rut tt&X E C '(l it Hi-"- 1 F 1 .7. A! u) I) r NVN.NUY-NUAT MAKES YO'JTWi'A ) VOMT 60 TO T14S SToE pcS. I !! X T?Af Avn v"TM . g"' ov W0,E WE'LL TA'niE VoO ,; Y m WAN.0-NGM GOTO ) All - C 5"rc- WUY j n-. y Hi SV I i ' V m -.... ft u ii i I dr 1. -till II k I I V M f 111 H . I Vv I ' " .. i i ii nil f v IMS 1 1 ' . W . S ! r r r ViELL , Vi tLL - YOU WE0V-:V VfcUCEAAAN j 7 HARVv GCOD i L TU PCOQ. . ) i J.I : VU ';.-.. 1; i y Tl T0V AUKfT6WMA3 Hfe, !: OM T--'! V - ' J K- x 1 SAD MO YOU UU2BY 0 To BED SO YOU CAH ST OP &A3LY AND 60 To AUMT EMMA'S AND SEE "TWEA LL TUEIS TURKEY. I i& ' ' Vtf ..... i iau-r i? - vrfwfiari a i i r i jr.- . 8 : .. o , WATS THE TROUBLE Y t. r . P HAVE 1ST GU1L01M' J A PSl-iCE ALL A 7 WOOSE! C TT4ATS ALV. VoUCl AoTUc5 HANTS', SoMRY WY UOWT YOU L UUPKY ON X mm uats 9eav:pas 'mk .Maw x won WAF7A VJATE .AHV I . 'Ml- 4 1 .. ..ftl ,.l ,T J -TT '-r- 4 - J n x -6 ft&fi&i . x v--7 WoOSE! Pi 1 - -. - I j n t! - ii r P V V r. 1 Bv the Associated Press. Raleigh', N. C; Dec lG'CImstmag chpks," representing : more than $3, 000,000 as a second advance, of $25 a bale on all cotton delivered to the North Carolina C ' Growers' Co 'v to Decem- thousands oi" .1.Y, according to ot'ficia; o the operative associai. ber, were starte:. lomes.in the state ui i an announcemenv, ny organization. ' Over twenty thousand checks have been made out during the past two weeks, it was stateu, and tnese win y;o to memhoi as rapidly, as possible. There will be delays. ..in some cases, it. was added, as it. will also, lake sev eral davs to co oi pi ete the physical task of outline; lh-m through tbe of fice, l)iit all checks ate expected to be in the hands of members before the beinnino- of the holidays. Tbe Tar. lieel cotton coopi-iative has received 125,0(10 bales of cotton on which more than $i;,O()0,0,K) . has been advanced to meriil-ers. accordiiijj: to the announcement, and cotton still is c'oni-in- in at the rate of several hundred bales daily. THIS II II IJ ARIA N ClIiL KNOWS 31 AN Y TONGUES Bv the. Associated Press. "Lausanne, Nov. iiH. Mademoiselle Nadyda Stanciof f, who is the chief advisor of Premier Stamboulisky, of Bulgaria, in his negotiations at Lau sanne, was named secretary to. the Bul garian legation at Washington sever al months ago, but the premier has been unwilling: to release her from her duties as assistant in his office, and it probably will be many months be fore she undertakes her responsible work in the United States. - Premier Stamboulisky knows only Bulgarian. Mademoiselle Standoff speaks her native tongue, English, French, German and Italian equally well, and her familiarity with the po litical affairs of Central and. Southern Europe make her indispensable to the premier. She is a daughter of the Bul garian minister in. London, and ' lur .nether is French. . , ' i.r hf fipnoa conierence Mactemoi-t selle Stancioff actedas Stamboulisky's interpreter and translated his Bulgar ian addressps. into, whatever language was required.' She. shared fame there voiib Madame Acreti. the Italian wo 4 man who converted the addresses of David Llovd George and other Eng lish-sneaking delegates into Italian with great oratorial effect. CHANGEABLE WEATHER The Yea'1Gr changed yesterday af ternoon, the sun came out faintly and the night was fair and cold. The result was a heavy frost this morning. The skies were again cloudy by daylight and there, was more indication of: rain, of which this community had its full share Saturday night and Sunday morning." RSI ss 3 5S n E2 S3 13 n El n El be m ta 13 S3 63 Q El a E3 n n a Q a a a a a a a a D la ta II liiiiai llli llimnirfnliTO"'':, i'nw!Mw.iraamriwiiiwiitriiiBai,i itri-viniiWii'. Citizens of Hickory and surrounding country who wish to ohtaiira Ford touring car, a Ford runabout, a Ford coupe, a Ford sedan, a Ford truck or a Fordson tractor, should promptly communicate with the ..' Carolina M Authorized Ford Dealers Newton, N. C. Call "as 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. ' . , ThvouA Eliicient Service and Courteous Treatment e hope to gain and hold your patronage. ; , R. LEE HEWITT or F. G. DEATON Newton Phone 78 Hickory Phone 377 Cars Stored at Johnson's Garage 10th Ave., Hickory, N. C. ow that tKeoing is . - - otice-qyer f fins a ridded repairs and a money well spent. S ell do it by the job guarantee to please. e Phone 210 otor Co, Go. rough, why; not EASY or & Hickory N. C. s , and make diiistments? It'll by the hour Sales Co. f a n u a n a D a a . ..fr--Q ' :---if rQ a n ci a a n ci n ci n i i c i it n II; M CI 1 ri i i i jr