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We have just received a solid car load.
The best Christmas or New Year pres
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REV. E. W. LOWE ELECTED
- PASTOR OF Bl FFALO CHURCH
laffney Ledger.
On last Sunday the Buffalo, S. C.,
•< ngregation unanimously elected the!
’tv. E. W. Lowe of Blacksburg to
ierve them for one* year as pastor.
Hr. Lowe is no stranger to the Buf
alo people, and all are expecting a
rear of harmonious, earnest worl: to
gether :n the Master’s vineyard.
The Sunday3 toi ..service have
wen changed back to the esond and
ourth of each month Loth in the
orenoon, -next Su: day being the be*
joining of Mr. Lowe’s pastorate, it is
v.ptd every member of the church
.vdl he present to welcome tiie nc-w
pastor and give him the encourage
ment every pastor should have enter
ing a new field.
(Mr. Low.> served several churches j
in Cleveland county and married Miss
Bcchler of near Earl.)
IREDELL) COUNTY WOMAN
DIES AT AGE 102 YEARS
Hickory Record.
The funeral over' the remains of
Mrs. Margaret K. I.ippard, who died
in Iredell county last Thursday,
was held yesterday afternoon from
St. Martin’s church by Dr J. L. Mor
gan and Rev. D .1.. Miller. Death was
due to pneumonia. Mrs. Lfppard, who
nad many relatives in Hickory and
Catawba countyVes 102 years, four
months and 2<: (lays of age, and was
a noble Christian character. She was
widely known throughout (he state.
Her first-born von, William Angus
tus I.ippard, a Confederate soldier
lost bis life at (1 range Court House,
Vu. Therev/ere 10 other children of
whom seven survive Her descendants
| number 63 grandchildren, 132 great -
^ grandchildren, and 33 great-great
(grandchildren.
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TWO OFFICERS KILLED
flying to get doll
Captain Harold E. Stureken, com
manding officer pf the 47th school
squadron at Brooks Field. Tex., Tues
was killed near Temple, Texas, Tues
day with Serg sud Cyril E. Ryals,
when their plane fell, was making a
cross-country fight to Dallas to get
a doll for Ids three-year-old daughter
for Christmas. The doll was ordered
several days ago but had not arrived.
T oaringit would not arrive before
the holidays, Captain Stureken obtain
ed permission Tor the flight to Dallas
to get the doll lie wan born in New
York city in 1834 and joined the
army in 1917 He was transferred to
(he air service field officers school in
1922 He is survived by his widow
and two children. Sergeant Ryal.s was
a native of Georgia.
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T. W. LATTIMORE.
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AWAITING YO^R CKQICE
A STOREFUL OF THE
GIFTS HE RE
You know how men are about Christmas presents. They neve:' tell vou what they want,
and yet they’re pleased as can be when .you get them something they really like. A store*
like this where thousands of men come for their own purchases is the place for you to
come to buy useful gifts for him.
BATH ROBES
Big variety patterns and
colors—
$5 10 $7.50
GIFT SHIRTS
Emery and Earl and Wilson
beautifully tailored of fine
madras broadcloth and silk.
$i t0$6.75
NECKWEAR
Rich in color pattern—
but genteel. SiuT and knit
ted—
50c10 $2
MUFFLERS
Cozy, warm, fluffy muff
lers of wool, camel hair and
silk—
$llo$4.50
GLOVES
Lined and unlined for mo
toring—
$1t0 $4.50
Traveling Bags and Suit
Cases
Leather Bags and Suit
Cases._ -
$1.25t0 $30
FREE
We will give free with pur
chase of suit or Overcoat
amounting ,to $25.00 or
more a pair of Freeman
shoes or any $5.00 hat in
our store.
A Merry Christmas to all j
our Customers and every
body else's customers.
To please him most give
him clothes for Christmas.
Gifts of such fine suits,as
Schloss hand tailored suits
keep on saying “Merry
Christmas” every t i m e
they’re worn.
Suits and Overcoats—
$10 ° $35
SWEATERS
At A Hip: Saving to You
$12.50 sweaters_$9.50
$ 11.00 sweaters _ $8.50
$10.00 sweaters r___ $7.50
$8.50 sweaters_,_$6.50
$8.00 . 'vvt a tors _$6.00
>7 50 ■ .ae' ers_$5.75
$7.00 sweaters _ $5.25
$6.00 sweaters_$4.50
$5.00 sweaters_$3.70
S 1.50 sweaters $3.40
!.•'»«> -wtaters_-_$3.00
$3.75 sweaters_$2.85
•-’.no {.westers ____ $2.25
$2.50 sweaters_$1.90
$2.00 -weaters_$1.50
HATS
.?»!ill.iv and- Stetson Felt and
V-doors. All new shapes
and colors—
$1.50, $6.25
FREEMAN SHOES
The best $5.00 shoe in
Shelbv. Usually sells for
$7.50.
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NIX 4 LATTIMORE
CLOTHIERS, HATTERS, AM) FURNISHERS.
#»«sw» ■•XW 3f|>s? 5» w>:? :$? W*%-««K
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With nearly one hundred thousand dollars worth of the best
merchandise that money can buy—in our two stores we are making such
prices and values all over our entire stock until it will make shopping a
pleasure and profitable. Presents galore of every description.
NOW LISTEN, BEAR THESE PRICES IN MIND.
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serge suits in plain and sport models. Colors, blue*
and brown, all sixes & OlE? f\r\
Special-- $ZO.UU
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Young men’s sport model overcoats, belt back,
piaid linnig, $25.00 grade $ 1 9 73
Sale Prioe
Beys all wool suits, beautiful A AA
patterns, new models, $4.95 to v 1U«UU
Men’s $15.00 raincoats ,absolutely rainproof, cloth
back ,all sizes d*A AC
Special _______ ^17,170
HANDKERCHIEFS — HANDKERCHIEFS
We have them of every description. Cotton linen
and silk, hemstitched and embroidered'. 50 dozen
dainty embroidered Ladies and Childrens, r*
Special- _
Men’s all linen hemstitched initial
6 in a box, special
box___
handkerchiefs,
$2.95
BED ROOM SLIPPERS
Men’s, women’s and children’s bed
room slippers, 98c to__l
$2.95
LADIES SILK HOSE
1G inch foot silk seam up back, white
and black. Special___
98c
Indies fancy wool hcse in most beau
tiful patterns, all colors, 89c to
$2.95
HATH ROBE SPECIAL
See our bath robes. Special
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$5.95
Men's silk half hose, all
colors, 50c to, per pair _
$1.50
SILK SHIRTS
Young men’s silk shirts, beautiful
patterns, Special______
$4.95
Genuine Velour hats, colors, black, brown, tan.
green and grey, a real young man’s a qW
present. Special_i___
YOU WILL FIND OUR TWO STORES OPEN
THE HOLIDAY SHOPPERS.
on t forget, \u have evety item in piece goods that you can think of, and the prices are way under the market.
fenketef-WE iIaBALU men's"work shirts’ underwear, gloves, sweaters, Hickory shirting, denims, cotton flannels.
-HUDSON COMPANY
    

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