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FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 17, j922
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
PAGE TOO
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September 11, 1015, at the postoffice
at Hickory, N. C, under the act of
March 8, 1879.
FEBRUARY H1HDR
ROLL HICKORY
The Associated Press is exclusively
entitled to the use of republication
of all news credited to it or noi
credited in this paper and also the lo
cal news published herein.
MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS1
Published by the Clay Printing Co
Every Evening Except Sunday
John Duval Dodge, Detroit mil
l'cnaire, has been sentenced to five
days .in jail for driving an automo
bile throe ' miles in excess of the
speed limit, and in adction was
fined $100. In Kalamazoo this son of
of the late automobile manufacturer
faces more serious charges speed
ing and driving his car while in an
intoxicated condition. It was Judge
Charles L. Bartlett of Detroit who
sent the millionaire to jail.
This is really the first time that
Hk-kc-Yy has had a real political
fight sini tho Record was estab
lished. It is not like tho fight we
have been used to, though. In most
place the candidates and their
friends use the newspapers and
leave several hundred dollars of fil
thy lucre in good hands. We are
terribly disappointed that politics
isn't done that way here.
We dor't know Isidor Wallace of
Statesville, but he is the right sort
of man. His gift of 30 acres for a
poik in the western part of the
town stamps? him as a citizen who
appreciates the opportunities for
service tJt, his community. There art
just a few in the world who can do
r thing like than turn loose valua
ble property for the benefit cf the
community.
The hard surfaced road from
Blowing Rock to Charlotte is a bit
nearer realization. The awarding of
tho contract for the completion of
the Lincoln county link to Maiden
moans that before the year is cut
t-n more miles will be completed,
One of the next contracts to be
awarded will be the link between
Newton and Maiden.
New York city magistrate ha?
started an investigation of the
American cotton exchange and war
lants have been issued for several
officers including; : ex -Judge A. W.
Graham, 'president, and formerly of
Oxford, N. C. v
If jhe federal child lajtior' law
had been declared unconstitutional,
the supreme court would have hand
ed down 'its decision in Washington.
It is possible, however, that there
has beeri' a leak, though we should
not careto risk much on that.
What w"e should like to read about
most is the development of, the
Rhodhiss: or Horseford power plants.
They will be made to hum sooner
or later, -but nobody probably knows
the exact time
The February honor roll for the
Hickory schools follows:
High School
Charles Grove. Churlcs Kirkpatrlek,
Tom Pevry, Wm. Weaver, Gladys
Barger, Zelda Barger, Hazel Harper,
Va. Hrvan, Violet I avponter, uain-
erine Cline, Elizabeth Davis. N.na
Frye, Martha Ilorton, Keoecca kuk
patriek. Gladys Morel!. Paub Puffen
berger, Christine Shell, Edna Scruggs.
Kdhh Sublett.. Ruth Whisnant. Edith
Whitenoi, Cecilia Willard, Elizameth
Wolff.
South School
Firt Grade
Stanley Barger, Hi Hawn, John
I). I awrem-e, Clarence Keece, Wavely
Webb, Mary Bivens, Gladys Cline,
Maude Gordon. Mildred Harris, Mary
it, .,i,. ririh:i Klser. Elizabeth
L J tv 1 ,
Peery, Louise Sigmon, Dorothy Vchb,
M,.irgaret Whitener.
Second grade-Neil Clark, John De
lane, David Kennedy, Donald S gmon
Hai.el Barkley, Rebecca Delano, Dor
othy Hoffman, Ivy Reinhavdt, Bobbie
"Revely, Georgia Rogers, Helen White
ner. Ben Fort, Charles Fort, Daldce
tiofi.rr .Tnnvs Martin. Carl Miller.
Nelson Smathers, Ida Frum-es Creech,
Clara Hefner, Jennie Lail, Jessie blur
rill.
Third grade Virginia Van Tassell,
Mary Cilley. Ora Barger, Avis Props,
Billv Taul Speas.
Fourth grade Carroll Huffman
James Whitener, Louise DeLane, Lu
cile Keevcr, Rebecioa Lawrence, Lil
lian Little. Margaret Moircl, Virgin
ia Tate, Elizabeth Reece, Ava Deal,
Julia Hefner, Grace Miller, Josephine
Mille:, Elizabeth Seaboch.
Fifth grade (Maude Cansler,
Adr.'i.n Doster, Walter Harrison, Kay
Hawn, William Bivens, Mamie Leo
Bolick, isrgarot Jones, Flossie Lail,
Magdaline Sigmon.
S xth grade A Edwin Barger,
Joseph Rhodes, Billy Whisnant, Ce
?il Hefner, Mary Riser, Margaret
Kuhn, Jessie Long, Mary Newton,
Louise Seaboch, Alice Sigmon,
Sixth grade B. Cecil Laf on?
Margie Em ringer, Dorothy Doster,
Catherine Ekard, Elizabeth Hardin
Bh'ka Holler, Cather'ne Jones,
NTel?ie Penland, Mary Esther Steven
sno, Marjorie Warlick, Hazel White-
Wo note that the Davie Record
continues to give about half of its
front page to writers who dispute on
points in tho Bible. Practical
theologicians devote themselves more
these days to helping humanity than
to confusing men's minds.
ner, Ellen Whitener.
Seventh grade Ernest Bull.
North School
First Grade Richard Berry, Glenn
Holder, Frank Leach, Fred Starnes,
Tom Warner, Georgia Boyd, Marga
ret Boyd, Evelyn Cline, Julia Lee Wal
ker, Lucile Ivey, Hazel Taylor, Sam
uel Stroup, Rodney Morgan, Billv
Love, Bernard Ingold. Henry Bovd,
Donald Applegate, Eubert Pk-hard.
beeond grade Charles Coffey,
V'vince Cook, Hugh D'Anna, John Geit-
ncr, Uoyal I.nk, McDonald Watson,
Julian Whitener, Dorothy Abernethy,
Helen 1) Anna. Virginia Herman.
Kthrvn Miller, Catherine Rowe,
Edith Setzer, Hazel Sides, Evelyn,
Tuttle. Joy Walker. Rosa T.- Sherr'H.j
Marv Elizabeth Walker, William' Ab
ernethy, Ernest Barger, Nelson Beck, J
Troy uroucn, l erry buhi,
Troutman, Rachel Barger, Doris
Bryan. Neva Scronce, Vera Shufiord,
Marv Frances Bagby.
Third grade Kosebua waiKer.
la Raby, Margaret Abernethy, Rich-,
aid Whitener, Glenn C. Brown, Mary!
Alice Covle, Edith Black, Janie Brew
er, Roberta Callahan, Katiierme uay, i
Mnd5 Johnson. Alma McCall, Frances.
Peeler, Ethel Setzer, Glenn Henkel,
pi
US P A ST
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TOMORROW
REALART PICTURES Present
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If You Cannot Truthfully Say This
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If you are not as strong and heal
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doing about it? Are you going to
let yourself run down in health and
be subject to headaches, indigestion
nervousness, and all tha long train of
ailments that clause so much pain
and misery and unhappiness? Don't
do it. Start now to take Gude's
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t will build you up to good health
again. It contains a form of iron
that gets into the blood easily and
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and a good color and you will sleep
well, because your nerves won't both
?r you. Then you can say "I feel
great" and mean every word of it.
Gude's Pepto Mangan has been used
for thirty yei) s you; can depend
jpori it . to help you back to health.
Sold in both liquid and tablet forri
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not do you any good if you let it
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BINEY g
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"MIDNIGHT"
I By Harvey Thew .
. Ths 'Jramatic storj' of a foolish marriage and after-year
consequences. " . 1 i
ALSO A SNUB POLLARD COMEDY
ADMISSION 10 and 20c
TODAY LAST SHOWING
"CAMERON OF THE ROYAL
MOUNTED"
From Ralph Connor's Stirrin7 Story with
Gaston Glass, Vivienrae Osborne and
Irving Cummin gs
William Taylor, James Troutmion.
Fourth grade Barney Spratt, Rob-:
ex t Love, Doris Pope, Inez Hamrick.
Filth grade John Miles Abernethy,
Wesley Goodwin, om(my Shulord. Gor- j
don Shuford, Hugh Williams, Doro
thy Cilley, Edith Ivey, Mary Leach,
Josephine Abernethv, Shuford Aber-.
nethy. Margaret Blackburn, Berly
Crouch. Lacy Starnes, Sa;m Henry'
Warlick. (
S'xth gx-ade Ralph Bolick, Max
Boatright, Conrad Crouch, John Hawn,
Robert Russell, Howard Whitener,
Thelma Bowman, Kathleen Espey,
Helen Flowers, Frances Ferguson,
Kathryn Lyerly, Edna Raby, Ruth
Kaby, Alma Starnes, Margaret Wil-
lams, Zelma Yost.
Seventh Gi'ade David Behan,
Thomas Mott, Shelton Dry, ' Helen
Keeer, Kathryn Whitener.
CHURCH IS BLOWN DOWN
NEAR MURPHY STOCK KILLED
M i ; ( .hy, March 17 A Eipu'.st
church and barn were blown qver
during severe l-ain and wind storms
which visited Cherokee county Mon
day. A hoise and a cow wei'e repox-t-ecl
killed by falling timber and
while the rainfall was very heavy.
nn damage other than the cases cited i
has been reported to Murphy.
Storms arc very unusual in Chero
kee county, which serves to make
this one all the mox-e noticeable. ;
RUTHERFORD, COLLEGE Wl'NS
,Ah interesting game o Jmseball
was" enjoyed ,by the i' Hickory1 arad
Rutherford College ans yesterdiy1
afternoon on the latter's -diamond.
The score was very -close through
out the whole gama-: but at'.'1'h ett$
;t was a fix to five : victory " tot ' tho
Rutherford College n'ne.-' : :
The Fi'.:kory boys played' a snap
py game, their good fielding and
Tone's good pitching kept the Ruth
erford team fram running away with
them.
BUSINESS is
Going BETTE
R
EPORTS just issued by the Government sh
considerable mcreasea consumption
a tunaiuticvknv 1--
cotton, rising farm-product prices ana mi
greater national activity in building.
TViP o-reat business world is slowly return
to its activities. This fact is clearly re flee
here in our city. And we are waiting for ev
opportunity that will present to advance
business and welfare of our customers.
o-.v
of
ted
erv
the
Consolidated Trust Company
ENGINES STEAM GAS, KEROSENE
We make a specialty in the repairing of all kinds and style
Engines and Boilers. Work guaranteed and prices reasonable.
Roller MILL ROLLS Corrugated and made new is another
specialty of, ours.
We make all kinds of castings and do repair work promptly.
What have you that needs attention?
HICKORY FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO.
HICKORY, N. C.
Post K - T. P. A.
JSSSSB3Sll
PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO.
Hickory, N. C.
Durant is to put an automobile on
the market that will sell for $348
at the factory. Still, there will be
quite a fews other cars soldi.
It is politics, we suppose, but it
does seem like a treaty negotiated
Vy a Democratic administration is
"as bad as a treaty engineered by a
Republican crowd.
We'll say those good women who
prepared the Rotary dinner last
evening know how to feed. And they
arc good looking, too.
At any rate Hickory people had
the opportunity of hearing the side
as presented by jthe Ku Klux Klan'a
best spdaJcer in-this state.
Special meeting at- .
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 18th
For the purpose of electing delegates to
State Convention. 7:30 o'clock.
F. P. JOHNSTON, Secretary.
- Telephone 94-J
J. C. DeRHODES
General Insurance
Notary Public
Office Over Yoder's Carry and Save
We do all kinds of
Welding and Brazing
Johnson s Garage
PHONE 377
Moose and Elliott
Contractors and Builders
Temporary Office over Mrs. Beck
ley's Millinery Store
Capt, Walter C. Taylor was advis
ed today that Hickory cavalry troop
had been changed from C to F, 109th
cavalry. The outfit can use saveral
more good men, the commander said,
and application may be made at once.
The troop probably will go to Camp
McClelland, Ala., for manotwers in
August. .
mm -
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HOOPING COUGH
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Regular Price $1.75
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SATURDAY,MARCH 18th
Suggestions for Sunday Dinner
Dressed Hens
Pork Ribs :
Western Steak
Pork Roast
Roast Beef
Pork Hams
Cureci Hams
Picnic Hams "
Roll Roast' Beef
Tomatoes
Celery
Lettuce
Green Beans
Green Onions
Turnip Greens
Spinach
Yellow' Yarns
. .v Giirrots ri
Oranges
Bananas
Grape Fruit
Evaporated
Prunes
.. Peache.i
" Apricots :"r'
Try a pound of that 4 Cheesy H'ieiav:..-;i3bnsm June
Make "It's Fine!
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"Sanitary Market r142 Phones 362
"Gamble's Goods are Good"
Our spies reported at 3:30 this
afternoon that municipal politics i
prowing warm.
Gus Setzer . ia the best fisherman
in North Carolina. Ho is a real
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INSURANCE
I' havie some very desirable city
and country property for sale. If
interested, see, phone or write
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Hickory, N. C.
Making Cowards of the Stron
-that is what lack of a little ready money is doing every day.
A savings account will give a sense pf security. If; illness .
comes you are assured of proper care without ; going into debt.
Unemployment or business reverses will lose their terror. The
sense of security will increase your chances of success every
where. " ' '' ; I
Better start a savings account with. this sound, conservative
bank, no trouble, no red tape. &
First Natioiial Bank
. . i ...
HICKORY, N. cJ
Capital and Surplus $300,)O0.00
J D- Elliott, president, K. C. Menzfes,' Vice-President and Cashier t
J. L. Cilley, Assl Cashier
JUST RECEIVED
Large Shipment
of
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COAT SUITS
COATS
All. the Latest Styles and Colors. 2
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Setzer $c

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