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- WEPHESPAyjEVgPtllGNULY f2, 1922. PAGfeTWtl HICKORY DAILY RECORD 1 "' I ' ( Hickory Pahy Kecosd Subscribers desiring the address of their paper changed will please atate in their communication both OLD and NEW addresses, i To insure efficient delivery, com plaints should, be made to the Sub scription Department promptly. City subscribers should call 167 re garding complaints. FRUIT GROWING IN SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year J $5.00 (By mail, $4.00? 6 months, $2.00) Six Months $2.50 Three Month -- 1.25 One Month 45 One Week r Entered as second-class matter September 11, 1015, at the postoffice at Hickory, ,N: C, under the act of March 8, 1879. loQ Associated Prescs is exclusive ly entitled to the use of republica tion of , all news credited to it or not credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS Published by the Clay Printing Co. BUILDING IN HICKORY There is much building in Hickory this summer and there will be other construction during the fall and win ter. Good progress is being made on the James C. Shuford Company build ing on Eleventh avenue and on 'Hup Progressive Farmer. "Carolina should be another Cali fornia for fruit growing." So said State Horaieulturist, C. D. Matthews of North Carolina to us a few days ago and he speaks as ! ono having authority and not as the : scribes. Matthews has spent his life j studying fruit growing and fruit possibilities. He came to North Car olina from the fruit sections of Mis-j souri and he is familiar with the best fruit sections and fruit practices of the whole United States. " . ' We must indeed "make North Caro lina another California" for fruit production, and in so far as peaches4 are concerned we seem to be already in a fair way to realize on" our superb possibilities. The Sandhill section of North Carolina, once a desert, is be- coming a garden, we usea io w ashamed to have visitors from the Novth oass over the S. A. L- lailwav from Cameron to Hamlet. Now it's getting to be especiallly In early spring and summer one of the beauty spots of the American contin ent. And why? Simply because the Sandhill folks have learned how to grow peaches. They 'have concentrated on a few superb varieties. They have learned the necessity of having the whole sec tion spray thoroughly. The trees are made into such unitorm snapes, ine pruning is so nearly perfect, and the cultivation of the fields so thorough going, as to remind one of the tamo(us orange groves of California. There is as much difference between the ".p pca ranee of a modern Sandhill peach orchard and an old-fashioned .North . Carolina peach orchard as fhoi-A '?' hot.wppn the appearance, of 1 sp 0Z y 01 uoissiiupy JBinSatf SXVHD aiA'oiv,, uoipujjiy pappv oauj idp;u Aq paSinS UBUOSJ'cl NOJIIIVIVII OWS03 AH ;M9K SS8PI3aa ui NI3ISH3CJWVH 3NIV1H M3INZ1HS T SIAVSTI AVQOX HWUSVd , p -? - w NOTICE OF SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT Whereas- the undersigned was," in that special proceeding entitled "Jes sic Bell vs Norman Bell" now pend ing in the Superior Court of Cataw ba County, appointed commissioner, with power and authority to sell and convey the house and lo't hereinafter described; Now, therefore, the undersigned, Chas. W. Bagby, Commissioner, will sell at public auction, for cash, to the last and highest bidder, at twelve o'clock noon on the 15th day of July, 1922, in frtfnt of the First National Bank of Hickory, North Carolina, thafl certain house and lot described as follows: That certain house an'l lot in the southern portion of the City of Hick ory, adjpinmg .tho , lands .... of ,, Mary Jones 'and others' beginifig at a stone in lo blown. Mary Jones corner SPECIAL at PASTIME V TOMORROW and FRIDAY M A RSH A LL N KI LAN'S G HE ATEST PRODUCTION 'BOB HAMPTON of PLACER J" . . Vi.;. :v.- ' featuring .-; Wms KIRK WOuD, WESLEY BpRY?and MARJORIE DAW The frontier days brought back. Hundreds of Indians and scouts ? ; Y'' :' . f: -in thrilling prairie fights that climax in :V-Sk'-::'r- CUSTER'S LAST STAND. --: . I - , ' Vasjt .fcnes set in the splendor of Glacier National Park. And all K 7 .' those human touches which only .Neilan can create, ii : SCENARIO BY MARION FAIFAX - 64- A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION Regular Admission: Children 10c, no tax, adults Ivc, tax Inc. n - BIG the E VERY so often we like to Ketepfor friends , romindod that we welcomte small, accounts And that is because we belief the man who ' moved to ctari an. actuuiu w . the ambition back of him to rnake that account I j?rov big for his own gflod. - An those are the folks we like to serve for thejrf will i succeed I LITTEEAMS Mostclter Grocery Company's 'new home on Tenth ayenye. Wc'rkmcn arc fon0 0f Leonard Tuft's prize winners aml ;rung so,lth 115 feet to a stone, teavinir douwn the eld home of the t his Berkshire Congress and the old- Carolina Robinson's corner:; thence First Building & Loan Association, fashioned pincy woods rooter of thatleast, with her line, 68 feetlf stone n wh' site a handsome building sectrol,--' JT n" is to brf ertcted, and adjoining which thCy pack, sort, grade. Mary Jones' corner; thence west, with Mr. P- A...Sctzer is to 'erect a fine nd insp'ect by the most approved her Jine, 68 feet to the point c be store . buifdine. Across the railroad TOK,ia Anfl last. hut. not ginning. , on Tenth tvenue Mcssrc. Ballew, Cline least, they market their peaches co- nnrl Hilihu hnvo nmnlotf rl two lariro onerativelv on cuarantecd ..grades buildings fcr wholesale houses. Ground They know that they couldn't succeed I . . t. it iL W K,n Krftlr-n nr. Tnnfr. avcnilfl W WlinOUt inCSK IHlUf politico ...... - - xr, w m.jof An thfi same This tho 13th day of Juiie, 1922. CHAS. W. BAulaY, Commissioner. : -6-14-5t Wed. thing a buildinir for the new French dry .Arw V "iL u" " u A a"u0 Report of the condition ot ' a Dunning ior ine new r renin ary , Dr) g Just ag we reached Ashe- U- rnweni nuTi-n trust rn cleaning pianu ville, N tne oiner aay, one oi nic In tho suburbs residences have gone foremost American authorities on the Nnrthern man who naa ujr mc ovviv miu.mv twiivniMiiii, vwjv,, - - traveled all over the United States, i I 1 iUni. tUUA -xn. Knur nlurn rY west of the high school has been turn- f 'T"cra: .l il n. at Hickory, in the State of Worth Carolina, at the close of busncss June 30th, 1922. r fl 1. i iiim ii mm mm mm M .i i, . imliii mill .ii.. . -. ... i riWOiMiiiH i on liWWWWHawMM-iaatMii(l1WT JlMt i i'r 4U A vin t .nnrinonr tn OTftW an- j . j i , i nn; nutci itait vunuuvnv w r - - x- eu into a communuy ox nome ow..vi , . Western North Carolina." ana nenworin is a piace ex prciiy And yet that same day we visited homes. In other sections of town car- Mr. Fred Kent's ccid stoi'age plant llo nnd saw in storaire there j'Ciuiia nit- iwiijr niiu nu.iv hi ' " i ... . - - , . JjlDertV DOIIUS streets in which residence, are not -right in the heart ; of the All 0cr .toravd ttAinn.'iin I J . - I mnrto-nfroc fc"" ' - I -.v.r, Unn ftyfinarit rtt SKOOK- I RESOURCES: Loans and discounts $340,029.65 Demand loans 13,662.00 United States bonds and Liberty bonds 100.00 The demand -for business and resi- ""l:nW from Seattle: Wash., ready Banking houses $10,000.00 J (...1IJ1 1. : i. I rr" " ' . I Fnituvn nn -FJir- uennai Duuaings, nowever, is greater to sell to Asheville consumers! une than flb'tfunply'and;awni,cofttlhue.to " fifm rieht in 'Asheville handled f,ifty be grciiter for many days" to come." carloads of Skookum apples in 1919, Residences that rent from S20 to forty carloads in 1920, and two nun tan nrntnnth nm mn.irntivlv onavldred carloads in 1921. The great m- . A v.. ....a.i crease in 1921 was due to the short io nn9,,oui we nouce mat men w..o . rarnVtnn nnnipa last vear. of can paj little more tnan $12 or $15 J?nrfie. hut what shall we say of one Customers' liability on ac a moftth have difficulty in finding a -hoviiio firm spllino- fortv to fifty ceptances homesLi This need oueht to be taken carloads of Skookums even when there is a good .season for Western Carolina apples?, r" - Whatis the .exulanation? The ex Furniture and fix tures 6,484.39 All other real estate owned Cash in vault and net amounts due" from banks, bankers and trust com panies 5,000.00 16,484.39 7,500.00 36,669.96 854.80 care of v too. i Discussion of a belt line forJIick.v ory formed one of the ';iubjec'ts at' the regular meeting of thS board 6f Total INABILITIES: .-..$420,300.80 lanation is .that the Pacific ; Coast oapitai scock paia in . svare orcranizea to ao ei- anele crowers'are organized fictCTrt " produttidn" ' and 'marketing. 60,000.00 16,000.00 directors of the Chamber of Commerce They every apple treef and last riight. A belt line would provide kecp on spraying it just as long as ' I 1 t m e . . ... ri 1 lf many vuiuauiu sues ior manuiaciur- i spraying is neeaea. iney pick an ap ing plants, and there ought to be pies carefully. Theysort and grade interest in it on the part of business all apples scientifically, ihey put up men here- ' the5r apples . in - attractive packages. . ,. , ... , M They sell all their crop in a thorough- MoU. -IWta, .d Suzanne I ISoritics prmom,Ce gien, two tennis stars, don't seem to western Carolina better place to admire each other much. They beef- grow apples than the Pacific coast, ed about their recent match in a but the Carolina apples are admitted manner to remind one of a North Car- ly better flavored than the highest- olina primary election contest. PrTiceAd Ta!iiic cost Product. All that , - Western North Carolina needs to do It ityl soon be the adversary of is to adopt the samcise policies that S. ate ,of ' North Carolina ! . r T , , t. 7.'' Pacific cc'st-. apple growers use and .at. vba Hickory, N. C- July our famous July freshet, the" crest colma apples will' display "Skook- - L L. F. Abernethy, cashi w wn was rcacnen on juiy id, Ums" on Eastern markets. Undivided profits, less cur rent expenses and taxes paid 2,393.06 Unearned discount 1,200.00 Bills payable 67,500.00 Deposits subject to check. . 160,151.05 Demand certificates of de posit 32,204.74 Cashier s checks outstand ing 3,525.78 Savings Deposits 75,850.52 Accrved interest due depos- lto s 929.65 Satisfies the sweet tooth and aids appetite and digestion Cleanses mouth and teeth A great boon to smokers, relieving hot, dry mouth . U' ; . . . Combines pleasure and benefit. Don't miss the joy of the new WRIGLEY'S P-K the sugar coated peppermint tid bit! ; wrappers Total .$420,300.80 Si tte of North Carolina, County of; 10th 1922 ashier of the above Good for valuable premiums 1916. stocks would week of isolation caused Shall we do it? We shall. We "must that the i 1 FT. 1. i"l. nuilrn Ca 1 !ns o' aafrtrA fal i-FlVTYia',' I r.ft: Ctf mv li-rinwlorlfTQ onj (uiliof I vi'L JUW. I wn wppirs r'T RrnKG i uiano vaiuun . vv.vu. "- . -- v- ---j .v-.., u in fruit production. named bank, do solemnly swear PSf xt0!,81! ELEC-.ards; Thence crosing Springs .e above statement is true to the T?yNN SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. I Grassy fork creek : Them f any place in bad. Stat Jrovernments in the middle WOULD AN AUTOMOBILE BY ANY west s?cm to be doine theiridutv in OTHER NAME SELL BETTER? providing troops, but f i ye the fed-, eral g9vcrnment has made' no move to keep Interstate commerce on the go. J L. F. ABERNETHY, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 10th day of July, 1922. V D- T. APPLEGATE, N. P. My commission expires Aug 19,1922. There is a lot in a name. At least Henry Ford ;thinka,: so. The authority Us Jichard Spillane in the Public Led- CORRECT ATTEST: - probably have a fair show now. The Bud Lippard trial likewise con sumed (a deal of time in Catawba superior' court. Well say this is hot 'weather. mi. . l . .... I KCi i me jnsnmen nave quieted down a fle.r Hrm-v PW barl ntrreoA to litUe, and the pAwfcional govern- take over the Lincoln Motor Company ment, which displayed strength, will he and Henry M. Leland chatted quite a long time. "Mr. Ford," said Mr. Leland, "why did I fail? I put into the Lincoln car the best that was in me. I wanted it to be the high achievement of my car eer as an automotive engineer. So far a3 I am aware, I overlooked nothing. And yet I failed.' Can you tell me t AW lirr nr.r.n ... . . ' I 'J ... jxyu ohuak ixn M ts-uuu "Mr. Leland" said Mr. Ford, "you v AND ILLINOIS erred at the very start when you se- , r " lected the name of your car. We here Springfield Republican. in America have'capitalized the names .Noing, that the Mexican govern- of our Presidents and other great men ment has defeated and scattered the in a business way until they are mean bandit gangs in the Tampico district ingless. We have a coffee named tor ma majtne recent elections "indicate a president, and a collar named for that the Obregon government is in another and a tire fpr another. The control in Mexico by a .large political name of Lincoln. is used by concerns majority," the Chicago Tribune goes from banks to laundries, on to say that the Obregon government "ihe name 'Leland' would have car- aesires . tne recognition of this eoun- ned its own story! , to the people. Th . try. It can best obtain that recogni- name of 'Lincoln,' so much overused ii won Dy suppressing outlawry and. re- businessr-did not'." uemon. u is something to break up the bands of rebels, but we would be even better impressed if it would prevent meir iorjnauon. ' J. A. MORETZ, ? j GEO. E. BISANAR. U. . WUUTTJliJN, Directors. 1S I: HICKORY ANn rnwwB i -;'.'' TOWN-SHIPS .. Notice is hereby given to .the voteT ot said district that an election wiUfhe held at Peart AraHpmr Rplirml house! on August 5th 1922 tn vn'Ko an? additional tax of 10 cts on the 3)100; PtrODerftv 1 valuat;ion. .Hi botidary as follows: Beginning at St. Stevens church anH foil Allen -Frye line to Herman Creek- "if smiu creeic to It S. Eck-J- .p. road to Grassy fork creek ; Thence following sHuj. creeK to snow creek; Thence follcwing Snow creek' to St.-. Stevens church to the beeinning. R.:- E. Killian has ' been appointed registrar of said election and ' D W Huffnia'n and A. L. Mller' Judges Registration books will be at vot ing place on Saturday, July. 15-22 and 29. Voters can register at' registrar's h&'me any day between these days; w. v. humuaicnjsk,. Chairman. nuiNiiu ri; Treasurer.---' e in AFTER SQHOOL BOYS This lecturing of Mexico by an Illi- Rv n,.'An;i, nois newspaper that has the Hein 'wJZ -"r tT.'" 4SS.a- massacre as its lurid home background ii. "1TIOCT"' uu,lt- 1-T" ine warsaw po is a form ef AZZX ZlfJ 0? f.! Crowded to the wrapper with good eatingand more - bites for your nickel! AUERBACH CHOCOLATE BARS D. AUBIWACH I SONS.CW. 11- -The Warsaw po icre an orcanirn- licious for.th Mexion Z:L "on Ior spreading of Bolshevik ureciatfi Tft,f o " a"'. iZ v Propoganda tale distributors can supply you with the bigger and better AUERBACH Bars. Went OKrewn MTrolr to Gov' li be f". i the" pape'rs Patrick & Co. oitunities "" are, always opening for the man or woman with ready cash. - Often you have heard some one say, "If I only had a few, hundred dollars at that time I . might have been rich today." ' You never can tell when such an opportunity will Dpen to you. Opportunity knocks at each one's- door, not once but often. We believe that Opportunity has a list of the savings depositors of this bank and will make the first calls on them. First National Bank ' r . -"ICKORY, N. C. t tC t.. Capital and Surplus $300,000 D. Elliott president; K. C. Menzies, vice-president and cashier; J. L. Cilley, asst. cashier. - - 51 Order S4 y-. ; . y . . Served to You ;Jce cold drinlcs in your choice of flavors served in ice cold glasses refreshing and, satisfying. . " J . . 'c If you have never tried our better service and high quality Drinks do so today-if you iuiuw ygu win come again -v- - - . . '' ' ' - '' - "I ... Fruits and Candies of v K all kinds " Phone 199. ompauy On the Square" Overland is one pf the i most popular cars In Anieriea tody and stands more firmly intrenched than ever in popular favor. At $550, the Overland v offers greater automobile ' value for the money than any other car. A springbase of 130 inches, with big car-riding comfort, modern 3-speed forward and reverse sliding gear transmission, a Safe hralrtn ..-' " with a square mch of braking surface to every IS "l wB, au-steei touring body with baked-on lustrous finish and many ; other exclusive Overland features. r.;i . I. JOHNSON'S GARAGE 1 IS i :: .. . ., K '- : ; I ' v. , A ' '". ' ;- H" -X Ij -'I'. , - tion all over Poland, PHONE 377 Hickory, N. C. HICKORY. N. C ' ,V' I. c - ' . . . &-.y .