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THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 20, 1922.
HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE TWO i 1 1 ,1 4, ft: 1 V n't t - 2 Hickory dm Wm Subscribers desiring the address OUOaCllUVtS ussui" . . .. - n fif their taper changed will please ;wi the Kussmn policy of France. "It is well known, however, that the United States favors Lloyd Geor ge's German policy as fully as it fav- cation both ntuio in . -- OLD and NEW addresses. To insure efficient delivery, com plaints should be made to the Sub scriDtion department promptly. asserts the Springfield Republican. The British, as usual, are for modera tion towards a fallen foe, and France, with much money buried in Russian bonds, i3 for r.on.Vecognition until City subscribers should call 167 re- these bonds are guaranteed and the garding complaints. rllts ot loreigners are asureu. WHERE TIME AMBLES WITHAL SUBSCRIPTION RATES rw Vnnr - $5.00 V HU Jk w - n aav sminimc:d KenuOiitan. (By mail, 4.0Q: 6 J0 without waiting fcr the test which OIX IVlOlltno ---- t)r x irw mwiviw HTU .40 uno mum." One Week 1U Entered as second-class matter September 11, 1915, at the postoffice at Hickory, N. C, under the act of 'March 8, 1870. lije Associated Prescs is exclusive ly entitled to the use of republica tion of ull news credited to it or not credited in thi? paper and also tho local news published herein. GOVERNOR FOR FISH Governor Morrison has returned from a tour cf inspection of the waters of eastern .Nortncaronna, - ... - as though studied the possibilities, ox nn " mad- oyster production, and is ue.iuivu th'i September eclipse will give, the French astronomer Perot of the Meudon observatory brings forward new evidence fcr the Einstein theory derived fic'm a study of the sun. by the spectroscope. Acccvding to this tbeoiy time moves more slowly where gravitation is strongest. ' So far as the measurement of time is concerned this has lcng been recog nized, fcr Huyghens, a famous Dutch contemporary of Sir Isaac Uewton, found that when one c: his clocks was moved it gained or lo'ot time, and in this way demonstrated f.ut the attraction of grayirv diminishes toward the equator. The difference, however, is very slight, whereas at the sun its force is 27 times as great as on the earth and if Huyghons weve there with his deck he would nueerlv indeed 11 nuu vnrnnm & rvnrtiM n.nv A.TTD ATTIflM 111 ' 1 Vk A PPIIIP ' P. DAYS H I'll I l M k N I pRIi ifl - wm ii HoillllE Today aEld Tomorrow j min I'" lp1Bl 1 'mmm iM-nini-Miii MiMfrn IJra nrTmriiiinTi iiiiwbmii--'- " ' mmm ii 1 1 r iwuf "FimxriaamnKrMmmmsm n m 1 B a Ef(5 , Albert A. 4$ prt-sentfj A Mighty Milestone in Motion 'V-'fvxj I'iciures 11 :.,.U U i-tlnnncorl thnt whCFO Lo enthusiastic. North Carolina has the clock ticks fastest time gallops hL ; ; nnii theiefore more roost rapidly, but according to the more coast line ami tmuioic V",,.- - rfiitlt;vit,, the revxerse is sounds, inlets and rivers than any "eThe tk.king of the clock . . i U unSnn. our O'eO- I i rkm lii-nc ntul in otlicr state in the union, our geo- nitan8 nothing in o'ur lives, and in rrrnnhies used to say, but its output fact if the clock ticks too last U s t fi.h and oysters lacks a great simply, regulated ormseoun - . i. nt THf VIUiaL L.l Ul nuunio deal of measuring up to P0SSlDlll ieV :hich can neither be regulated nor The reason for this has oeen a mu I dUcounted cices verv radically anec of policy. j -far a that is coiisiaerei pOMCV. iliiic i J-" - . Persons who have followed proceed- anything but and .abstraction B Intra in the ceneral assembly fcr the last LO years were more or less en tertained with the scraps of the east ern counties over fishing rights. Counties on or near the coa'st would want to catch the fish before they svyam upstream to spawning grounds, ajid ether counties wanted a mono poly for themselves. The general public had no chance at fish, cared nothing and the legislature did prac tically nc'thing to protect them. No effort was made, so far as we Vccall. to' promote oyster culture and bivalves had nc showing before a North Carolina general assembly. , J In the last few years, however, there has been more interest in these questions, and a fish commission prob obly has accomplished something If the state and federal governments can wcrk together, as Governcr Mor rison hopes, there is no reason why North Carolina cannot be made the largest producer of fish and oysters Oh the Atlantic cc'ast. ' ENOCH ARDEN DIVORCE LAW New York state has passed a divorce law making five years' sep aration the second ground fcr dis solving the marital bonds, and judg ing by Fredrick J. Haskin's article in the Asheville Citizen the "Enoch Arden" law is proving popular in roany states. Mr. Haskins says that four.fifths of the enquiries concern ing the law come from women, indi cating that men are. given more to1 abandonment than women, who have three times the number of reasons for tiring of matrimony, no doubt. It is expected that the New York act will be studied in many states with a view to making divorce laws uni form. "The swift law," as one woman called it, would have difficulty in pass ing a North Carolina general assem bly. AN ATTRACTIVE SERIES. The Reccrd has begun the assembling of data necessary to the publica tion of a series of one-page advertise ments covering a period of ten weeks setting forth the commercial, agri cultural, religious, educational, cli matical and other advantages of Hick oiy and this section, and those per sons who desire to send copies to friends in other places may send in the names and addresses to the office. The story of the growth and prosperity cf this section will be set forth clearly and concisely, without any effort at boasting the true pic. ture, if it can be painted will be good enough. The first page, it is hoped, will ap pear early next week. MR. HARDING JUSTIFIED Ordinarily Governor Morrison's view as to the duties of government are correct, but in the case of the cc'al strike, where one side has refused tc accept arbitration, President Harding was justified in telling the operators tfc'open their mines and calling on tno governors of '8 states to afford aj necessary nrotecticn. If the env- 1. ---- a - lament is placed in the position of taxing a strike, it has taken this sition as a last resort, and in the erest of the general welfare. Coal lines and milmHa dm miKlii nnno. lties that tVio vnvurnmnnf ia Vsiwl 4-n - - pi" "'VIIU ia UVUIIU 111 show an interest in because property .1 J , ... ' .. m qepena unon tneir operation. It begins to look as if the shop men's strike will be settled in a few days. With business on the upgrade the question of wages will not be n nerious proposition for tho railroad labor board. 1 has gene neiore. the Einstein theory the vibration of la Vnirninr in the Sun should be much slower than vibra tions of atoms burning on the cart.., and Dr. Perct finds by laboratory ex periment that this is the cost, first results agreeing almost exactly witn the requirements of the tneory. Evi dently the age of Einstein is coming in with a rush. PARABLE OF THE GARDEN ("Saf,ed the Sage" in the Living rhnrch and Other Godly Papers.) make a garden in the springadoneT I spake unto Keturan, saying, 1 wm make a garden. And Keturah said, So thou hast said, and so hast thou done, each spring since ever I knew thee. Thou wilt make a garden in the spring; but who will hoe it in summer? And I heeded her not, but went to work. And after a time she came unto me and helped me. And I sang unto her a song, saying. I want to be a gardener and with the gardncrs stand. An horny-handed son of toil with an haystack in mine hand: Beneath the tall tomato-tree I'll swing the ci-litterine- hoe. And slay the wild potato-bug that skippeth o'er the snow. Ami nshe inauired. saying. Didst thou make up the nonsense, or may there have been beiore tnee anoint man who did it? And I said, The song that I have sung unto thee is a free translation frnm the Sanskrit or some other an cient language which was spoken in the garden of Eden. Thus doth man kind sing in every spring. And she said, Thy nrst latner wno sang that song was not a brilliant success as a gardener. And I said, Woman, be thou silent and remember. My first father, even Adam, was singing that song to the tune, "I want to be an angel," and Joing very well until thy first mother came along and put him off the key. And I sang to her yet again, say ing: I'll buy myself a Durham ram and a gray alpaca cow. And a lock-stitch Osage-orange hedge and a patent-leather, plow. And she made no comment, tor from the days of Adam there hath heen one unanswerable ar&iiment which a man might use in time of need. And I said, O Keturah, weil do 1 know that I am a bum gardner; and that by midsummer there will be more weeds than garden-truck of my planting. Yet I can not deny myself the annual luxury of getting my own fingers into the soil, and beholding that wondrous miracle of God where by the earth doth renew life. And Keturah said, My lord, I know it. and I blame thee not. As a trard- ener thou art little improvement upon Adam, thine ancestor, and he lost his, job; but I am very glad to p0t1 n. r have thee get back to nature, and to pffivK,,1 sed Lydia E. hnrV with th- Vea nA rinKQam 3 Vegetable Compound for as we do this, I think we can never wholly grow old. t cigarettes inn Ml m For the women who struggle for Mother-Right as the women of all agtw ,aVe dorte, strong m ineir id.u. ir love! Fcr the men who mock and deny that MoJher-l'iight as men have since the world began! Allen Holubar's Drama-Eternal, starring I n f. s t v DOROTB v mm i ixiE s'iOiu or iue A(E3 lhoii.anJ-. ol leavers, Mid Irnma, sweeping panoramas ofc liie and sln'e. 4 fir r-ift.A iKt -rp1! y.-li rff TiFtWl terms' '-' 1922 Owes you Another HALF PERMIT us to suggest that you check up your earnings the first six months of this year -and see if you saved what you expected. And then estimate what you can do the lat ter period of the year. There's a good big half the year still owing you and we hope you will make it pay you a golden fund of savings ! CONSOLIDATED TEUnST Company IlllllilffllllllllllililllllllllllllllililllllllllllllllW Southern Railway 1 System ( UNFORGE barbaric beauties. Pagan dancers. Thousands of seenes that thrili and thrall. The screen's newcot marvel beyond comparison with anything that A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION Announces Greatly Reduced Round Trip Fares For SUMMER SEASON, 1922 Take Your Choice Week-end fares. Sunday excursion fares. Summer excursion fares. Special excursion fares to Atlantic City and Niagara Falls. ATLANTIC CITY AND OTHER JERSEY SEASHORE ESORTS Dates sale via Sou. & PRR June 28th, July 18, August 1st and 15th. Date sale via Sou. & D&O July 6th, 12th and 26th, Aug ust 9th and 23rd. NIAGARA FALLS via WASH INGTON OR PHILADELPHIA Dates sale via Sou. & B&O June 29th, July 13th and 27th, August 10th and 21th. Dates sale via Sou. PRR July 5th and loth, August 2nd and 16th and 30th. Special Music Evening Performance hy Mrs. Hatcher. Shows 3, H 5, 7, and 9 r. m. ' ill ADMISSION: Children, Matinee. 10c. no tax. Adults, Matinee 30c, tax included. Evening, 30c -to all. .. DUCK JONES GRAND TODAY But'.; Jones, the Wjlliam Fox star, rides into the picture on a cloud of dust, in "Bar Nothin'," a phctopla? which comes to the G'ind today and tome r.irw. From that moment the TVi-i . u l-inf n.-HI cfi-r ha TiiAuf irirlni? (i -fc J i. O bl.Mb VTA.X bll l.lWUl JLIVJ 14 1 n fan ire interspersed throughc'at this lively romance. I Added attraction "White Meat" a Mu.i. and Jetf cartoon comedy and Pathe News. Bench and bar are greatly helped j 3 .., in matters of sex by women on the j 1 jury, says a justice of the famous Old Bailey court, in London. PAINS AGRQ SMALL OF BACK HosBand Helped in HoassworL Lydia E. Pinkham's VegetaMa . Compound Made Her Strong nrt i ney are GOOD! Bay this Cigarette and Save Money 10 " III t i pains across the small of my back. They bothered me so badly that I could do my work only with tho help of my hus band. One day he saw per telling what vegetable Com pound is doinp- fnr "omen, so I began mi wie ic. it 13 TICKETS GOOD FOR 18 DAYS Tickets good for stop-overs on return triy at Washington-Balti-, . more-Buffalo and Philadelphia Week-End Excursion Fares On sale Friday nights Saturday and Sunday mornings, to Seashore Resorts and Western North Carolina Resorts. Tickets good until following Monday and Tuesday (Excep tion tickets to Western North Carolina sold Saturday and Sunday morning, good return until following Monday.) Sunday Excursion Fares y to Norfolk, Wilmington and Morehead City These tickets are on sale Saturday nights and Sunday morn ings from Salisbury, High Point, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Durham, Raleigh, Princeton and all intermediate stations. Good returning Sunday night. Not good in sleeping or parlor cars. , SPEND SUNDAY AT THE SEASHORE i 'erved to Your xvi seven m una lamili regular too, and now am all right. I am telling my tnends what it has done for me and am sure it will do good for owners. You can use this ettr f timomal. I will stand up for Lydia'E. Pinkhara's Vegetable Compound any Doing the housework fo? a famiV o? wiffiriT8 W Ym as a house"- irs .r. "WUV1CU W1n oacKacne, ir- ,ShiitieS're eny tired out 'and lmtable, or have other disacreeablo ail- I TnPnra ronoAl K.. - iVrAiZ tp n- i .y au.me weaxness, gi Lyma E. Pinkham's Vegetable Coi nound a tri.il. - T.n- uJj V Ice cold drinks in your choice of flavors served in ice cold glasses-refreshing and satisfying. f you have never tried our better service d high quality Drinks do so today-if you Summer Excursion Fares to All Resorts Mountains, Springs and Seashore. Tickets on sale daily, final limit October 31st, 1922 Stop-overs permitted in both directions. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to All Important Points Excellent Service; Courtesy Convenient Schedules Write for Beautiful Southern Railway Summer Resort Booklet and Other Literature. 1 For Further Information Call on Southern Railway Ticket Agents or Address R. II. GRAHAM, Division Passenger Agent, I 207 West Trade Street Charlotte, N. C. g 'I ijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin an have, we know Vou will come acrain. Fruits and Candies of all kinds savoy Lanay L Phone 199 ompany ? On the Square" Opportunities 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 3pen 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 HICKORY, N C. i j-i T-iii. , . Capital and Surplus $300,000 D- Klliott President; K. C. "Menzies, vice-pisident and cashier; J, L. Cilley, asst. cashier. nr. it nri,-T. ..r . rj; Jr"L!J1 Jli'- V