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HICKORY DAILY RECORD THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 27, 1920 Hickory Daily Record 1402 ELEVENTH AVENUB 1 fabaeribeTi desiring the addreBt of taper cnanjreu wm ' ',T Ir eommunicatioa both OLD and Kff ftddreMes. . ftl should b mad to the Sub f S&n Department promptly. City S3W bould eali 167 rejwding SUBSCRIPTION RATES n Dd Year - ' l&r waHivOO; J mcntb., W-CQ) ttfr 'montbi Si'MoBth g USSry, N. C, uadw the act of Brtth 8, 1379. .. fha Awociated PrtM i exclusive ly entitled to tne om for repf: Ztnf all news credited to it or not Sgfltod in this pftper and also the foil! news published herein. t."tt, A AflsnriATE!) PBKSS 4rr v- k. ru Printing Co iota "7 w" ' j :, , ery ETenin Except Sums LITTLE JOURNEYS In the course of human events A rmui gets to be some traveler Marco Polo started the game, And he went about a little bit. So did Columbus. Printers have a way of Journeyinfr, and so do cooks. I sometimes pet about a bit M.vself. but I don't seem to Get anywhere. , Trke for example, not lonjr Ac'o, when I come home one Aftnoc:i. the wif? tells me that A stri'iuo gor-tlenian culled to se me b-i 'very important business. He told her it was important Business, so of course it was. I was to call up a certain Telephone number, and so I dm. A strange voice answered and asked If I am at home and I say "jruilty . He aks if I can run down town tor Just a few minutes; he has some Very important busjness to speak To me about just for a minute How do I know that he is net Chairman of some important Committee tr ask me to accept The honorable office of cop, Coroner or congressman ? Do I go? Go is the word. Kicrht into the ice-wagon, v whiz goes the speedometer. Never keep ? man jiWrner when He war.ts to see you on imnortiru r,u';r:e:s. The policy is crude. So Mr. Stranger I look each Oth in the eye, 'ho. passes me 'liftv little engraved card And hnnda me that cordial shako That leaves several fingers Perfa-tly useless for the re?,t of Uie Week but that's a small matter. And what do you suppose I found At the end of my little journey lad : Why, ho only wanted to Injure my life. Thank you! , (Requies-Cat) THE NATION'S PROBLEM Judge Frank A. Daniels spike the truth in his charge to the Wilssn county grand jury last week in re gard to the necessity for home training. We know instinctively that ths failure of the home to im part those principles cf obedient: 2nd respect, once a-matter of course, is responsiblo for much, of the lawless ness now so rampant throughout the land. But how are parents to exercise that control which was once so gen eral :hen most cities were towns end towns villages an 1 all were about as remote from bright lights und gaiety as Blowing Kock is to day? Thousands of parents strive to rear their children in the tight way. They arc net at nil indifferent about the manner in which their depend ents amuse themselves. There must be a mcro genera! in terest in the young people. who probably can be influenced more by example than by precept. The Chambr of Commerce ban quet nt the Iluffry tonight is worth your while.. TViia tiii trr.'A'! was sometlvntT o'.SC that we had no part in bringing on I imports in the calendar year 1913, ,. -r I the last vear before the war. Imports an unoffending public. !n?ofrftJ to $263-000.000 in Decern- , : , ker 192o, compared with $321,000,- If those, early gardens had ta.- November and $331,000,000 DECEMBER EXPORTS INCREASE The largest exports, as well as im ports in any calendar year are ;hown in a statement released by the bureau of foreign and domestic com merce of the department of commerce at Washington. Exports in 1920 were $8,228,000, 000 "against $7,920,000,000 in 1919, an increase of 4 per cent in the last year and three and one-third times the exports in the calendar year 1913. Exports in December, 1920. amount ed to 8720,000,000 against $G77 00'V 000 in November, 1920, end $681, C00 000 in December 1919. lr1 ports i.i 1220 amounted to $;, 279000.000 again-st $3,904,000,000 in 1919, an increase cf 35 per cent over 1919 and nearly toree times tiie Do. ye y know why it s toasted To seal in tho delicious Burley tobacco flavor. mm - Plus CIGARETTE Newton. Jan. 27- County Agri cultural Agent J. W. Hendricks has just returned from New Yor;c, where he attended the international poultry show. Mr. Hendricks told your correspondent that the North Carolina poultry club .made a. won derful imm-esrsvon on the people wiio nfoir1rvl V.tvI tbst. these attending were very much surprised to see such high class birds being furnish ed by boys and pirls. The exhioit from Norjh. Carolina ccnsistca o, twenty bird's , ten of w hich were Uliv 5 V f m I IS DIFFICULT TODAY Bsll Telephone Company long-distance wires were jazzed by the snow storm which landed on this section of the state Tuesday night, yesterday and last night, and communication with Raleigh was out of the question today. The lines were up all "right, but they gave off a metallic sound that drowned the human voice when it tried to articulate and efforts to reproduce the spoken words were vain. It was expected that the lines would be placed in commission some time during- the day, and in the mean time the Record is minus its usual telephone news service. MOUNT MITCHELL'S SHAME ; --.:! ccd in a show cage located in the ic' ntcr cf Madison Square dnnian. This cage contained sever-?! car'. shewing that the birds were furnish- by "poultry club members of No. th Carol in-i. Mr. Hendricks says that a great part of his time wa? i-.pent in ar.cwerin-g questions, not only about the poultry work which being- done in North Crrolina, but nls.r about other lines of work, such is manufacturing -raid various phas- j es of agriculture. Ten cf th-2 birds from this state were ciown in open class pxA 'sever.x nice prizes were won, consisting of two firsts wen by birds fi n .hs North. Carolina poultry plant at Ral eigh. The prizes won by club mem bers were as follows: two seconds, one third, two fourths and one fiftn. Ecch class contained from thirty to forty birds so it speaks :well when any bird gets a placing. "Th shew. Mr. Hendricks savs. 2,UUU pig Plus longer life Plus freedom from battery worries Plus the protection 0f Threaded Rubber Insulation Plus Wiiiaf d Service It always pays to look ior the Wiilard Threaded Rubber Trade-markon the bat tery you. buy, and to be sure you get it. Hickory Battery 1226 9th Ave-. 'Telephone Co. EUT, DOES HE MEAN IT J. J? O nniX hu'da consist ot io,uvu v f, Vi,r-in:" Pilot ciis vim iiiiuui. i...Jv-. larg number of turkeys, geese, ca nary birds, ducks, etc. Some of these birds on exhibition were sold J or $125 t:v SI GO. A large number of the birds oho'wn were irrocrted from oth- pt ccuntnes. L-ourtv abkui flri-kr, states that North Presidcnt-elect Harding's state ment that "no member cf his cabinet will be selected because cf party ob ligations end without consideration for the best service to the country." will fall with a. jarring note on ears Carolina ; attuned to partisan pitch. That is ths wn-5 the enly state t-r.-s-t auompieo way a caoinet snou.ti '-o to chnw -birds prcr.ucca oy uu aim i jjul, umuHuuai.v, to i"4ut- rhW 'ti r.Guitrv club wrk, end that cn our advice, they would not be com plaining about their beans, canta loupes and tomatoes bcircr killoJ. The office cat became most too pungent for this newspaper and In been discontinued. Little Journeys, however, will bo made by a local scribe from timo to time. And a year ago the country was told that production was the thing most needed. That was true in most lines then, and is certainly true in many business places now. Plans for rebuilding tho stove buildings dertroyed in Athens, Ga., Monday morning when over $2,000, 000 went up .. in smoke, were made before the embers cooled off, pres? dispatches say. North Qarolina is' to get $2,500, 000 of federal,' road money if the bill reported favorably to the national house gets "through congress. And in the meantime the North Carolina; legislators, it is heped, are' working out a plan to have this state ready to take advantage of every penny available. W just naturally like almost everybody, but when there are a half dozen men we can go to almost any time and explain how it is too many ads-for four pages and not enough for six and hear these princes say, "All right, old boy, go your route; it's business for both of us," we cannot Login to express tho emotions that in us do rise. 000 in in December. 1919. The excels of exports over im ports amounted to $154,000,000 in December and to ,y-iy,uov,ou m uu-- calondisr yo?r 1920, comparer! wun an excess of $331,000 000 in Decem ber and $4,016,000,000 in the calen dar year 1919. The excess of ex ports has aveiraged around $3,000, 000.000 in the calendar years 1916 1917, 1918 end 1920, this amoum having been exceeded by one billion dollars in the year 1919- Imports of gold amounted to 34-'.,-000,000 in 19-'0 against $77,000,000 in 1919. while exports of gold were $322,000,000 in 1920 compared with $:;0K .000 000 in 1919. Silver imports in 1920 were $88, 000,000 compared with $89,000,000 "n 1919 and silver exports $114,000, 000 in 1920 against $239,000,000 m 19t9. CHRISTIAN REINHARDT Charlotte Observer. The A;:oevi'.le Citizen is talking about state neglect of Mount Mit chell I:ji.k. It seems, that ir.itcad ci suggesting a fund for the. park, the budfcot commission simply proposed 'hat the itiite pay back to General Carr the monsy he had advanced out cf his own pocket to further a work that fell through, and this is as much as saying the budget commirsicn would let Mount Mitchell remain a monument to state neghct. The 15et- tr hope mip'-'t be that General Carr will get his second wind and put cucii the v.. iL. inclining uw monument to Doctor Mitchell. wkh!es-. i whoop. If we ccuid cr.ly get somo- tho exhibit -was a big Edvertisemen 'for the state. Ca-tawbn county will do more and better poultry club work this vear than it did la?t year. JACKSONVILLE CITIZENS CONDEMN RECENT OUTRAGES ly a wide ditlerence between wim fhculd ba and what is- Tha statemen' suggests an indepondoncc of spirit crTths part cf the nest Frideiii that doubtless smacks cf base in gratitude to those Republican;; who have looked ni politico as a steppino; sto'13 to higher things. The thought c awake manv r.ho havr (i- rjartv -service t - ouch method cf selection wih kn. '. sen co"'-". - iO; iost for nr jaCASOHVllic-, ocxll. jnrmm(. TV,o Prr;?.-,ert-ple.t. is rrancis iain'-R man to make sacn a threat. es it cut, lie wil." prove h cix to be a strcr.g man. ?nrr tVso tarrino of Sullivan, 52fi here more than 100 ofj- the most prominent citizens of -Ta"k" ! flCi, r:. sonvil'e, meeting in ine cny nnn up -1 on call of A ting Mayor Frank Ow-j en, condemned outrages against the J? r!f.T O'lrl I IrtiSUJls ui titit-iis ui. cino --i-.v i:v., -pledged themselves to every effort . T'rAls Jelphia Record BORAH A few months Icran was ( le- stamp out such ci-iminal practic- xsu.uikuhs, wxc- ,,ncU United States to ioin other r.at:oi 3 wnoop. ii we aa.u vi.i st "o-- n citj7eng to cooperate w t'i i J " - ' , v " body to attend to th. other irons the ?onfosCifiaw and 3 fn brin !n ie" airaf-msnH and Gencrtl has in the fire and induce nPf.ratorS of sueK'15- bedncose ration, from going to Tho Record would suggest to Re presentative Piopst and Senator Reinhardt that the texts of bills they have for introduction in the legislature! lA: furnishedi the news papers so that the public may have a chance to knew what measures they are considering. The Record vrould be glad to give space to such measures and the public would ap preciate information. It is fair to all and will be helpful to legis'ators. CILMERS INCREASE THE CAPITAL STOCK .Winston-Salem, Jan. 27. The di rectors of'Gilmers incorporated, the department store unit of the United Retail stores corporation at a moot ing here voted to increase its capital stock one million dollars of prefer red and one hundred thousand shares! of common. This organisation has an authorized capital of sixty nri',lion dollars and now conducts fourtoeTi re tain stores in North Carolina, Virginia &n South Carolina, Christian Reinhardt was a pioneer settler in what is now Lincoln county, North Carolina. He lived on the Revolutionary battle ground of Rani sour's Mill which waged in all its in tensity around his home. He married Fdiabcth Warlick, a daughter of Daniel Warlick who was a pioneer settler in Lincoln countv They are buried on the rising grounds to the west of this historical old mill. Pioneer Christian Reinhardt had a son by the name of Christian Rein hardt who married Mary Forney. She was a daughter of Gen. Peter Forney who was a soldier in the war of the Revolution and fought for liberty and independence. Aft rethe war he was an iron manufacturer. Christ ine Reinhardt. Jr., migrated west where he reared a large family. He had a son by the name of Franklin Mon roe Reinhardt who returned to Lin coin county. He was a man of in fluence and left a good name behind hin. He married Sallie Smith, a Hpn'vhter "f Dnvid Smith 2nd Eliza beth Arndt Smith. John Franklin Reinhardt was born May 14. 1844, and died June 9 ,1913 in the 69th vear of his age. He was a son of Franklin Monroe Rein hardt who was a farmer and iron manufacturer. J. F. Reinhardt was a soldier in the Confederate army and went to the armv in 1861, and surrendered with Joseph E. John ston near dreensboro Anril 26. 1S65. He was elected three times to the house and three times to the sen went to the senate from the distvict house in 1895, 1899 and 1901. He ate. He was a member of the composed if Lincoln and Catawba counties for the sessions of 1903 1907 and 1911. His public career was without reproach. In his pub lic life he was a man of hieh ideals. J. II. SHUFORD. him to keep his face to Mount Mit- cshell until his .rob is done, there would be no further need of worry ing with legislators or budget com mitt:cs. But if General Carr is in the no tion cf dropping cut, as the suggest ed cancellation of the account migh unfortunately indicate, then indeed wculd Mount Mitchell appear destin ed to lapse into the condition;-, rf v wilderness- The topography of this mountain locality is such that Mount Mitchell, the loftiert peak east, of th Rockies, is yet th1 mc?t inconspic uous in the landscape and the hardest to locate.. It has seemed that Mount Mitchell has be:n always inclined to hanr its head in shame. And when we come to think about it, is it any wonder? . AGED MAINE FARMERS mr? to rustic? pernexraxors 01 sue". crimes committed through a spirit of personal punishment or vengeance, j Having defeated Lowell Courier-Citizen. Farmers in 28 towns of Maine, ac cording to a recsnt survey, show an average age of 70 years. You might think this high avsrage indicates merely ithe wonderful healthfulness of agriculture as a calling. There are those, however, who interpret the statistics as proving that almost no young people are taking up the farms which their parents have cul tivated. One wonders just what New England agriculture wvill be like 20 years hence when the. average age of th farmers is 90 years. m" however, he insists that we should r.ter jnto an "understanding" with England and Japsn to reduce navies. HENRY FORD AND THE JEWS !r- Koot, wno pas been mcuerate;y favorable to the league cf nations, Chicago Dailv News. advised that this "naval hclida;r pro- If 7iinr sm qfi'anw tbaf TTenrv 1 icct be left to the new Prc-sd'.?nt. an i Ford's extvrs:Vn into the field vf anti-Semitic propaganda should bo considered so serious and menacing as to warrant an appeal bp more thai: 1C0 eminent Americans in behalf- of the Jewish citizens cf tho United States. Mir. Fcrd is a gullible man. From his absurd "peace ship" to stop the world war to ,a systemat ic campaign against th.e Jews of America the descent is striking but a man who can do an utterly foolish thing in a good cause, is capable, under malign inspiration, of doiag an equally fcolish thing an an un worthy cause. Borah becomes very imnaliont and declares wo ought to begin- new to lift the burden" of armaments from 1 .-. world. And tho senate committee would make it a five-year treaty in stcod of a mere "understanding." CHICHESTER S PILLS S THE i UJIO.N'H BEAM). A S.aHes! Afk yciir Ircrit for j Tills in !! find Wokd mctalliq,rV box-,, sealed with Blue Ribbon. f, Tak no other. Bor of roil? lHAMN'r !!RAND I'JLJ.S, fo. tfj yecrskuowr nr. lif.it. Safest, Always Reliarfei sold sv a?.ii?ws smm m Open March 14.50 May 14.80 July 15.00 October 15.25 December 15.24 Close 14.74 14.97 15.29 15.50 15.37 WEST HICKORY CITIZENS SWEEP OFF THEIR SNOW Citizens of West Hickory were un and about today and as a result 1L.' . . men- siiiewaiKs were swept clear ot snow and were being dried by the sun this afternoon. The road force drug the streets. 9 EASE THOSE TIRED ACHING MUSCLES Outdoor and indoor workers, sub- ject to exposure cr heavy toil, Jad relief iu Sloan's Liniment EE j? at work all day, standing on your feet, lilting heavy weights? A . . . 1 . it.- . iinvj uuiv v-ou ie an tirej out. Never mind, if you are wise you have a bottle of Sloan's oa the shelf, at; home or in the shop. Tut a little on, viithoih rubbtng, and quickly comes grateful warmth and relief. Good for rheumatic pains, neuralgia, rcutica, lumbago and tho host of ex ternal poms that ara all the time com ing, iicps Drcck up colds, too! It's comforting to keep it handy. Three sizes 3oc, 7Cc, 51.40. Liri.ijn.eni MM (Pahzh TODAY ' WILL ROGERS With an All Star Cast IN 46 Jes' Call Me 9 9 im When his best pal was cheat ed out of a fortune and con fined in the poorhouse as a maniac, Jim Fen ton thought it was time to act! And act he does, in a picture that throbs with thrills and ripples with laughs. A pic ture, in short, that will bo loved by every audience that is composed of human Dirbeines. Coasting Hoods Q Gl Tobogg oves ans Large Assortment Boys and Girls $1.00 and $2.00 Yoder-UarK Clothing ENGLANDER WiT-tOCE;. SPRING 1 dsGr bold, evsryv. scro oy fcrk-jx oeaiei-s end oca. if-- ' ior iiiu r.ir :''. V J Lo vr a Jjs?s v ng; casting ru You are entitled to abatter-that 12 not only powerful vhen new, but that l-:c-cps its pover through a long- life of service. This means so much to you in econ omy and convenience that it io worth some attention on you? part. Cz'A nnd 1st U3 chow you why Exide construc tion gives you more power, longer life, and more ere-frce service. Ve repair all makes cf batteries with a care that aims to live up to ths name Exido. JOB! iON'S GARAGE Hickory, N. C. i-..fVitt-.i.-.?.-.,-vv - tt. ...W-'1-'.J 1 fj-!yr What Is Your Name WorlK 1 Every man's name ought to be wonn something. The right way to make your name worth something is to start a Sav ings Account. Money in your home does nobody any good. That same money in a Saving Account works for you constantly, earn ing interest, and while far more safe, is just as handy to get when really wanted. Money in a Savings Account with tin? Bank remains here at home, and u?e(; in advancing the business and farming' interests of the entire community. Let your name be familiar at ti- ban, and it will give you a standing in the bus iness world. TOMORROW The Cycle cf Fate- WITH Lev Cody, Edith Whe eler WILL ROGERS "JesCdii Ma 3inx" Oakman & Frank Clark. . Directed by Marshall Neiiaa ADMISSION 19 and 20c, War Tax Included - First National oanK HICKORY, N. C. Resources $2,500,000.00 J. D. Elliott, Pres., E. C. Menzies, Cashier J. L. Cilley, Asst. Cash.