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MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1921 HICKORY OAILY RECORD Our Glasses Promise Brighter Days f of Concord were guests Sunday of Mr. and l5is. K. W. Broome on Twelfth : avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Sills are par ents of Mrs. Broome and Mrs. Cline is 'a sister of Mr. Broome. 'And brighter sight and your ability to read and write and work . ith less eyestrain Hiid with greater pleasure than ever before. Nothing more injurious to your eyes and general health than eye strains. No better equipment, con structed on the most modern, scientific principles for ex aminations to be had. Our grinding plant also furnishes prompt and eHu lent service. Geo. E. Bisanar - Kegistered Optometrist Miss Frances Cline has returned from Washington, D. C. where she 'received a diploma as a trained nurst ,'Shc will rest a while before assum ing her duties. Mr and Mrs. Vernon Lackey. Miss Cecil Maynard and Miss Roberta ,Peay motored to Chsrlcttee Saturday I and spent the week end with Mr and Mrs. 1 . M. Neese. URGES BIBLE IN STATE PUBLIC ppiinmp UUUUIJLU BABY CLINICS CUT 1 MORTALITY Mr. Weston CIinar;l has arrived in Hickory from the Happy Valley and probably will remain here. Ths con dition of Mrs. Canard's health is such as to make it desirable for them to leave the farm, and their friends will be glad to welcome ithem back. Mr. Jas. A. Estridge of Gastonia spent yesterday at the home of Mrs. Minnie Senboch. He was accompanied (By Alice T. Bassett, P. II. N.) A baby clinic in a town is a health measure which .should1 appeal ic every citizen and especially to every Deciding that the family altar en in th(J djreetjon Gf Saving the lives and tne study of the Bible in the ' cf babies not so much by h.lpmg public schools were' essential to the I sick babies got well as by keening perpetuation of American riviliza-: 11 Us toes from getting sick, wnen tion, Dr. T. F. Marr, one of the lead- isuch clinics were established in New w-r . , l 1 , 11,. I? i. .7 4-V. irn,j:i x. . YOTK CKV U reduced 1X13 . IttlUIlC ueuus 's iiri.iiuaiat mmisLers in me scat?, i . . i ,1.; 1 r 4.1,; 1 nwi ' delivered a strozig .sermon in bh-ilf i?'at b.two' tr'4rJs cf ta? usua cf Christian eduction at the First. Kr Yh?h meant a ?aving.of 4'12"' ! Methodist church yesterday morning.!1 TT, uv.Cfe: . . . . . X 11V. JAllV,li-l J.Wv.lV...xv..i.l. - w - - ile took. fcr. his .text. "Seek ye first the kingdom et God and all thes? thi'igs shall be added unto you." Dr. Marr declared that the civiliza tion of Bsbylcn seemed permanent HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO. General Insurance and Bonds Service Our Motto 1030 14th Street - - Phone 292 nome Dy ivirs. ustrmge wno spennm its heyday, as did that of Rom" two months with her mother who fcas .,n(j Egvpt. But their civilization is been recuperating from an operation. I jr0ne. To make ur- civilization last Mrs. Sca.boch is much improved and ing, he said, we must build on the resumed her work today. right foundations and h? insisted that these were moral Christian charac ter. He contrasted the difference be tween the civilization of North Am erica and of South America. On this The Chrestonian Literary So- continent the Puritan English came e'ety of Lenoir College will hold its ; with dheir Bibhs to worship ..Gcd. ANNIVERSARY TONIGHT DR. 0. II. HESTER DENTIST Ocffie phone No. 237 Masonic Temple Building Night phone No. 8 or When vou have any old cast off Furniture to sell CALL 224-L Highest Cash Prices raid. E. W. REYNOLDS Hickory Lodge No. 343 JU F. & A. M. Regular communication First and Third Monday nights. Brethren cordially invited ta b present. II E Whitener, blaster D. B. TAYLOR, Sec. . Ill I ) I MMWIIII HWH FINE PERFUMES There is nothing which wtomen of good taste are so exacting about and rightfully so as perfume. There is nothing in out Toilet stocks which we have selected with greater care and discrimination. Prices most reasonable. hiz Drug Store -On the Corner" :ALL 17 or 317 That's ENOUGH Prescriptions a Specialty anniversary debate at the . college ruditorium this evening. A 'splendid program has been arranged. The pub lie is ccrdiall yinvited to be present. REDFORD-WALKER On Thursday evening Bro. Redford and in South Ani&rica the Spaniards came with iheir 'swerds ; to conquer and lock for gold." " "' In spite of the tremendous natural resources of the United States, Dr. Marr said, it1; greatest resources arc spiritual th 3 integrity of ' the great majority 'Of 'its citizens who resd fhe Bible and follow.. Christ., The selfish Austin of Polk county. Georgia, and man is as bad as a bem'ber or an Miss Dolly F. Walker of Knoxville, archist. the minister said, and rra-t fTenn., were married by Dr. W. A. bring ii'o his business the precept Deaton at his residence, "Fairview Love iliy neighbor as thyse.r. Se!t-Plac-e." Thev will make their home 1 ishnes ii a tremendous destructive at Brookford for the present. CIRCLE 3 TO ENTERTAIN Circle No. agency. Manufacturers at many places use specialists to- develop the rsw ma-tei-ials that go into their factories. Dr. Marr said, but few employes have 3 of the Missionary So-'1' sam, ouc iew employes cicty of the First Methodist church Sft 3 fluman.m- will entertiin tho othor nvrlo T,,o tenal that forms a larger part cf the dnv after, n f,L (l whoIe- Gcd and JeUS Chlist mus Slfte"7 flom 3,3i),rto w5:30 Put in business and education. AbLrn.th f Mr3AW- L- "Why 't vou put Jesus Christ in Abernethy on Tenth avenue All worn-'the school house?" ,he minister ask en of the church are cordially invited. ed. "If we believe the Bible, let's pu Run theve. V'"'3n a grest government JUNIOR .MUSIC CLUD MEETS The Junior Vivo Music Club had a very happy meetiner. at ths homp r.f Nancy Lentz Keever, last Saturday afternoon. Every member was pres ent and played nicely in solos and duets with Miss Little. Ten or mere iter is 3 dansrer to tha invited young folks helped to make; The greatest question is the kind of merry in the games that followed. ' education our people are to have, 'or after which ice cream and cake were j we must have statesmen uoo are not served. If-fvaid t.n Ho viVht if tbft p-ovprnment is to survive. takes the Bible out of the schols, it says that it .doeb not believe the Ei'ole necessary." Dr. Marr said the mcb in icself is not dangerous. It is the leader with a cultured bram who is dangerous A citizen lacking the moral charac- tuuiuiumij CLASS CONTEST HALB ELECTRO COMPANY Ninth Avenue We are equipped to do- all kinds of electrical work, small or large. We also carry a complete stock of Electrical Goods and a line of fixtures for atoro and residence lighting. Local and Personal Mr WT T. Sledge is spending sev eral days in Asheville. Mr. Oscar Jones of Charlotte spending several days in the city. is CYRUS C. BABB Mem. Am. Soe. Civil Engrt. Waterpower, Waterworks and Sewerage Land eub-dhision Highways. Hickory. K. C Chm. Com. Rldg I Address: Granite Fulls, N. C. Miss Blanine Frazier spent the week end in Catawba with friends. Mrs. Charlie Abern?thy of Connelly Springs was a shopper in the city today. Mrs. W. C. Squires retunred today I irom nansDury wnere sne spent tne 'week end. Geo. E. Bisan&i DOCTOR OF OPTICS Error of Refraction and all Opti cal defects corrected with properly fitted glaaaea. Oflct and examination rocn in coa nect.lon with Jewelry Sti-m I Miss Stanley Hall of Iakc Juna- luska is visiting her mother, Mrs. R J. Foster. . 'Mrs. F. J. Flagler is here from Asheville for a visit of several days to relatives. Miss WJxie Rhyne of Stanley is the guest for several days of Miss Mayce Blackwelder. Hickory Harness Co. Manufacturers of all kinds if HARNESS, BRIDLE. SADDLES AND STRAP WORK Repairing a Specialty HICKORY, N. C. day at the home of her father Dr. F. day at the home f her father Dr. F. T. Foard near the city. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Applegate and children are spending several days in Charlotte and Gastonia. On last Saturday afternoon the Senior Vivo Music Club rendered a short musical progrrm at the home of Mrs. L. F. Abernethy, after whkh a class ccntesit was hedd, in ;hich six of Miss Pearl Little's most advanced pupils played. The contestants were Hermine Warlick, Louise Van Tassle, Katherine Cline, Mary Dellinger, Elizabeth Councill and Elizabeth Barkley. The piece which h?d been carefully prepared for this contest was "La Bien Amie" by Eduard Schutt, and the artistic rendition of lA. I- 11 A 11 i i it oy aa oi tne periormers showed talent, application and excellent training. The Judges were Miss Mar garet annamacher, Mrs. George Bisanar and Mrs. John Carrier. The first honor, and also the privilege of entering in competition for the State contest which will be held the first of May, was awarded to Elizabeth Barkley. The second honor to Eliza beth Ccuncill. Small musical diction aries were given as prizes. Some de lightful guests were present and in spired the young folks to do their best. Refreshments 'were served. H A LTI WANG Ell -HERM AN DR. W. B. RAMSAY DENTIST Office orer Hayes-Long Drng Co HICKORY, N. C. Mrs. R. S. Allred and daughtei, (Mildred, spent the week end with relatives in Granite Falls. Miss Emma Bonner ihas accepted a position as bookkeeper with the Thompson-West Company. Jitney Schedule Hlckory-ienoir Jitney Schedule Leave Lenoir 1:30 P. M Leave Hickory G CO P. M. Arrive for No. 21 and 22. C. E. ROBBINS Misses Edith Sultlemyre, Era Prcpst and Mrs. W. M. Busby have returned from a viit to Charlotte. Miss Lila IIayc3 and Miss Lizzie Keever of Granite Falls were guests Friday night .of Mrs. R. S. Allred. The Lenoir College baseball team defeated the Belmont itearn " in a trzme of ball Saturday on the latter's diamond, 14 to 4. Electric Shoe Shop P. M. THOMPSON, Proprietor First Class Work Guart.td Phone 106. Work Delivered 1032 14tb Ftrect, Hickory, N. C. : Mrs. George Link who has been ill with influenza at her home on Ninth i avenue continues quite ill, pneumonia developing yesterday. A large dry kiln at Patterson, Caldwell county, was destroyed by fire Saturday night. The lumber be longed to the Patterson school. .Newton, April 25. A wedding of much interest to their many friends in Newton, Hickflry and the county in general, was solemnized at the home of Mi-, and Mrs. B. F. Wagoner, in Newton, last evening at eight o'clock, when Miss Bessie Lee Herman be came the bride of Rev. V D. Halti- wanger. Mrs. Wagoner and Mrs. Haltiwanger were room mates in college and the ceremony was per formed by Rev. M. L. Kester of Con cord, a class mate of the bride-groom both in college and in the seminary. Mrs Halti'Aanger is the accomplish ed daughter of Mrs. M. J. Herman who lives near Newton. She is a grad uate of Catawba College, class jf 1917. Since ker graduation she has taught successfully in the public schools cf the county and also one year in the high school at Conover. She is a member of the Reformed church at Startown and has ben a leader in her church, having been organist for several years. She is a distinct gain to the Lutheran church because of her activities in church work. Rev. Mr. Haltiwanger is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Haltiwanger, at Chapin, S. C. He is a graduate of Newberry College, class of 1909, and of the Lutheran Theological Semi nary at Columbia. S. C, class 1912. Immediately after his graduation he was ordained to the gospel ministry by th? Evangelical Tennessee Synod and accepted as his first work the Iredell pastorate, near Statesville. He remained in that work for nearly six years and it was with reluctance that the people of the pastorate gave him un wnen he decided to resign. GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM AT LENOIR GETS LETTERS On April 23 the followng members cf the girls' basketball team of Le rcir college were granted letters earned during the past season: Miss Zeld'.-, Carpenter, cf Crouse; Misses Edna and Elsie Rhodes cf Lincolnton: Miss Kathryn Rudiiill, of Gastonia; Miss Ncliie Gilbert, cf StFtosvil'e Miss Mildred Tclbert, of Salisbury; and the coach. Mrs. J. C. Seegers. The Lenoir girls think their record entires them to claim the state cham pionship of the girls college basket ball teams. O - m, s eBJ " CONVENTION ADJOURNS With the annual sermon by Dr. Joel Snyder, pastor of the First Baptist church cf Fayetteville, the state Baraca-Philathe:a, convlsnticn which has been in session at Hender son since Thursday, came to a close last night. On Saturday reports from classes in all parts of the state showed large gains in membership, (with nearly a half hundred new classes, oi-ganized during the year. The convention was largely attended and was cne . oi great interest. , . Durmtr the election of, state rnii- athea officers Miss Frames Tucker of Hickory- was chosen third vice president. The date cf meeting va changed from the last week in April to the third week in June. Hender son will have the 1922 convention, it was the consensus of opinion. u i PEARL WHITE FILM SHOWS QUAINT FOLK a clinic is the services cf a good doc tor, a nurse to help him make ex aminations and a centrally located , pk ee where mothers may bring their j babies for a thorough examination.! The equipment for a baby clinic need . not be ebborate or expensive;, a pair of baby scales an extra blanket or; two to throw ovsr the babies when! they are being examined, a 'AarmJ brigiht rocm nd such implements; for examining throats, (. or eyes,, hs the doctor may carry with him. In examining the babies broiM i to the clinic the nurse stands at the i right, hand of ,.theK doctor's, sjhe interviews'":- the -hidthcEJweisfthe baby and -gets- it ready1 for the .doctor to examine. Then she keeps the record of what the doctors finds and she ex nlains in careful detail to the mother just 'how' the doctor's " orders" shouht be carried 'fioty-'n-mv- tn? -oaDy-sftoi be dressed and bather, how cows milk shouYi be--prepared to- make-- ifc -sa-4 if breast feeding- js impossible, uno after the baby leaves' th2 clinic the nurse viils the mother in her home ar.d shows her the best way of car ing fcr the baby with the appliances she has at hand. 100,009 babies can be saved every year if they are properly cared for is ,tihe beMef cf scientists who under stand the care of babies, ar.d 3 babv c'inic is the chief method by which this great work is done. During the summer months the largest number of babies die duo t improper feeding because in f:od n;. kept perfectly clean germs multiply with much more rapidity in warm wea ther than in cold, and this peisens thousands of babies every year. Then, too, many mothers give babies food which it is impossible for their ! to digest ard this lack cf understand ing cf ,v baby's food needs is one of i'he pr'cipal causes cf the ml ant death "rate. Every bby should gain a fixed amount each week; a loss of a pound or two cf weight makes very little difference to- an adult but it means much to a b?by fcr it is an indica tion of its development, and a pound or :tw.o- lese by a baby means as much as ten or fifteen pounds lost by ' an adult. When a babv fails to gam the re quired number of ounces each week it means that there is something wrong with his food cr his health. All babie?' should be watched and this Watching is .one of the main func tions of a baby . clinic It is a comparatively simple matter to keep a well baby ..veil; it is a dif ficult and often an impossible task to help a sick baby get well. The Baby Clinic helps the mother to -..c-conipiisihi both lobjecV;, but itsmot important -work is keeping the well beby from setting sick. The organizing cl a baby clime is a valuable asset to a town; it should command the interest of all the pco p'e ar;d once attention is called to ihe gcd work accomplished by a baby Clinic it is safe to predict that neaicn officers, doctors, mothers and infiuen tial citizens will all combine to es tablish; and support a permanent baby clinic. EVIDENCE OF THREE MORE NEGROES BEING KILLED rnmE 1 lad mi When We Tell You a i hiiig Is &i ilk- Not Mercerized C oltor We can supply you with everything' in Silk you want from a bright Hair Ribbon to. a beautiful Silk Dress. SILK HOSIERY Van Eaalte" anl '"Cordon." The vanicd colors 50c to j r. SILK PARASOLS Made by "Folmer-Clogg." . .For Ladies, Misses and Child!-,!;. Beautiful costume shades. $1.00 to Tl.'- SILK UNDERWEAR Nearly as low priced as cotton. VantV2 and Niagara Zhvn. From $1.00 to 1 ' SILK UNDERSKIRTS A dandy all si-k Jen;; AtlantaiGo.. April oeHsring he had evidence indicating tnat at least three negroes have been killed on -a piantatiorTTn "a "SoUttr Gecrgm- county operated m the same mannei s Jchn S. Williams' alleged "murder farm," Vincent Hugihes, head cf the Atlsnta federal bureau of invet'.g:i tion announced last, night that his agents will leave tc day to investigate TO MAKE MARRIAGE TTV COMPULSARY IN TURKEY Her Majesty and i-'itrite brands. A Others from $2.50 ta : ' ?7."ii ' SILK WAISTS Georgettes, Crepes, Ilahufais Pongees etc. A beautiful quality " pongea in whit a and natural six styles $.:. i.i Others from ?2.C0ito 1, ?'j.:o Georgette Crepe tie chine, TnfTetc, Satin. Back Crepes etc. New styles. From $15.00 t' 1 S4-? :,u SILK MATERIALS Taffetas Pongees, Foulards, Georgettes, Crepes, Carton (; Shii tings, Novelty Skirtings and a'l that is new in silk ;.-; ! goods. Bought at the last lowest pi ices. From 50e to $.C0 Yd SILK CAMISOLES, MIDDY TIES. MIDDY LACES, SHOE LACKS WINDSOR TIES, BRAIDS, LACES Tassels, Dress Trimmings, Dress Shields, Hanclkfrch''ef.--, Cloves, Elastics, and many ether tilings made from Silk. j Everybody likes to wear silk at the present -low prie-e-s. Every- body can affcrd to 'do so. Tl A f est lompany "The Ladies Store" CALL 189 r,i Oranges, Apples, Bananas, Crape Fruit and Fresh Home made Candy Probably no group of people in this coiiitry are more picturesque and interesting than the mountain eers of Kentucky ana . lennessee. . TCrzenoum. nasses the 1 OX J ' i:( TIia nnnnn Anaula ijainaiuein. a us uiw Constantinople, April 5. Marriage will be- made an obligation in Turkey, if the law proposed by bahh liey Pearl White's latent William picture, "The Mountain ' Woman" is Vthe country is such,, ac laid in the heart of the Kentucky, or(ye to Salih Bev, 'that the Turkish iimberlands, and Miss vvnue nas me, ... hortlv be inferior to the number of Greek and Armenians. He declaied that while the old time Turk was willing to take as many as four wives, the modern one is slow in tak ing; one. In Nationalist Turkey the police DR. J, B. LITTLE . , DENTIST Office Pbort 196 Oft O. P. Bowman' Stor liO wARU-rl ICKOR1' UD. i LaniwCtipc GumiK.Ts-Nurserv'mcn , it r . ' l Trustworthy lives It ridiits i w nviMMiri 1 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sills and two he has been and still remain, the be- .delightful, the quaint, humorous speech daughters of Albemarle and Mr. and loved pastor of the Zion pastorate. th? mountaineers Demg iaitmuiiy Mrs. Campbell Cline and two children near Hickory, where he is doing a recorded. i i. lli- l. - i In the Ptiet nvo Cnrlisa (-.llPS. Rich- IIIIINl. I'Xtlllllll. ui k . i - - - . ; v - - " 7 Rev. ami Mrs. Haltiwanger left today for Chopin, S. C. to spend their he-neymoon at Mr. Haltiwang er's old home. After a visit of a few weeks. -in Scuth Carolina they, will re- xurn ana occupv me now parsonage nearing completion. part of a tempestuous daughter of the hills, who has been reared as a boy and named "Alexander" by her disappointed father, who had wanted a boy. - "The Mountain Woman" which . . .i 1 j.1 j will be seen at tne . juraim uieuiic impose fines on couples living touay is auayitfu T 5 V out of wecilork Buck's famous novel, "A Pagan ofi the Hills." 'The part of Alexander fits ,the well known athletic ability of this famous star perfectly, and altogether gives her a picture that for shear interest and heart appeal is said to be second to none in which; Miss YVhite has appeared. The picture ' contains some in tensely dramatic situations, which include a dangerous logging trip down the river, a hotel fire and the burning of an immense grain eleva tor. The sub-titles are said to be Money back without question if HUNT'S GUARANTEED SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES , (Hunt's Salve and Soap).lail in Vhe treatment of Itch, Eczema, Tetterorotheritch- ing sfcin diseases, 'iry this treatment at our rlsK. HICKORY DRUG COMPANY v m -vi a i One-third of the area of Barbadoes is planted to sugar cane. ard C. Travers, George Barnum. War ren Richmond and J. Thornton Baston. TENT SHOW - THIS WEEK Jack King's Comedians have patched 1 their tent on the lot in the rear of the-"postoffice and will be here all week. The show carries an eight-piece orchestra and other at-i tractions. 1 ' DR. W. I. BOWMAN CHIROPRACTOR 1240 9th Avenue, over Williams Clothing C.o. Office Hours: 9 to 12 A. M., 2 to 5 P. M. ight Hours, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 7 to 8 PM. Mondays, Wednesdays' and Fridays 9 to 12 a. m. only. HICKORY, N. C. SAVOY CANDY CO. . . Headquarters for Fruits and Home Mad Candy FOR. SALE f I Eleven acres of land, .with five room h cottage, store building, barn, etc., local- ed within fifty yards of eight months school four miles from Drexel, eight miles from Morganton, splendid neighborhood. Also another tract 52 1-2 acres ad- joining, good six room cottage, barn, good orchard, well watered. The above tracts 1 known as th'e Tilley rjropertv in Burke 1 county. " Terms can be arranged. For further particulars see 1 F. R. TILLEY, Granite Falls. N. C, or write ' I F. A. HENDERSON, Hickory, N. C.