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Hickory Daily Kecurd Snhsrribcrs desirinir the address of their paper changed will please state in their communication both OLD and NEW addresses. To insure efficient delivery, -ora-plaints thould be made to the Sub scription Department promptly. City subscribers shoulu call 167 re gard tng complaints. SITRSCRIPTION RATES One Year 5'00 (By mail, $4.00: 6 months, $2.00) Six Months $2.50 Three Months -J Ono Month Ono Week "10 Entered as second-class matter September 11, 1915, at the postofficc at Hickory, N. C, ynder the act of MaHi 8, 1870. l'jjo Associated Prcscs is exclusive ly entitled to the use of republica tion of all news credited to it or rot credited in thi? papcf and also the local news published herein. HICKORY'S MP.RARY I The selection of a name for the library, in the very nature of things, was net difficult, the question mere ly being as to the first person to su jrost Worth Elliott Carnegie Library. This Miss Mary Mount) Martin did. The name is suggestive and distinc tive and will honor a man whom all Hickory people respected or livcd. korv tieonie respecieu ur iir.vu. ftVSn iui now h aOonuate port Tor the library. Dr. and Mrs. - - r 1-1 Vwtiri nnt V nil tod T turn W. H. Nicholson have contribute valuatlo book cases, books and maga vnlimt lo book Cases, nouhs unu SrSnn.., other pooS,.e havo real interest. ill be formally open od about August 1, it is now believed and the occasion ought to bo ono that wi II not bo overlooked. The chance 01 ,r.r, VnnL-a and (Vthcr litem- ture in the reach of all is near, and n... T Pnfta wVin iumT)C(lLi.i. -.4. t- ic c-.irl. Wp hr.ve had from the ministry into politics, and who has figured in several charges, including that of peonage, has hledM petition in bankruptcy in federal court in Florida. About all the form er preacher got out of politics was dis illusionment, to say the least. The shopmen's strike has been in progress morn then three weeks, but the only apparent difference in these parts is to bo observed in late trains. The Southern has not annulled a sin gle passenger train, and the Carolina & Northwestern was able today to carry the cavalry to Anniston, Ala. William Allen White and Governor Allen have been warm personal frinds all their lives and the pair served overseas together. Mr. White, who is editor and author, wrote a book fea-J turing the governor, who ,in turn is featuring him in connection with the strike. '' City and county official.? are be ginning to advertise property for tax i's in many places, and' this will be done here before many days. It is past time to settle with Caesar. Water melons are coming to market these days and for the next month and a half folks hereabouts will live well. Summer in passing rapidly and the fair soon will be with us again. ll'EQPLE JUST DON'T THINK Lenoir News Topic . A fellow walked along Main street the other day, reading a paper. Suck denly ho tossed the paper into the street and continued his journey. A housewife epened a can of toma toes. The empty can found its way to the alley beside the house. A cigarette smoker laid the lighted stump of a cigarette on a baize-cov-crcd table. A hole was burnt in the cover. A Irniltl rm in n .itAMfln.nJ aim. icsaiy a icn5? engrossed in themselves, y alc7!g engrossed in themselves, the enndv they were eating. The r bag was dropped on the side- and i papei walk : - , , l, . ,nf course that Siounds iauuiu-us, A farmer's horse cast a shoe in the -J thfi promise of other in stroet A passerby picked it up and titLt fTally came to pass and tosneil it mt.r n vnr-;iTif Int. A. convivial spirit edged into hallway and drank down his last 5 a swig, and down went the bottle. i . down went the bottle. A smoker took the ast cigarette the strcaet PP And so 'it goes on from day to day and from car try year; and to it has rcen gointr since mankind learned to .nvtv nir A Tittle thing tossed into the dis- card here- another there-some thing F.omcwhere c se nut always some thing that adds to the rubbish that ciutters up a town ana rentiers tno janascaDe ess attractive. It is pure thoughtlessness, and no thing else. But continued thoughtless ness of this kind on the part of the majority of the population can soon make any town resemble a deserted junk heap. Our town and out people deserve sevmethinj? better. Will yotr do your part? A MOLLYCODDLE? perienced. Restaurant, Thames street. (Noticed by G. D. C. in the Newport, IV J Daily, News,), j"PEAL g OL IIIDDENITE For Bible and Vocational Training for mountain negro youths. The greatest uplift force in the world today is Christian education. And in any uplift work undertaken by negroes for negroes we need tho cooperation of our r. )utharn white friend-1, the whcle hearted coopera tion of all who are interested in the uplift of humanity. Better farming makes belter econ omic conditions, better homes, better schools, better churches, better citi zen:;. Ask and it shall be given said f!Wts!t. ihp curat teacher. Our plea to you is, help us to help ourselves. Trained hands, and trained heads, and hearts, to think and direct those hands are the bes: known preventatives of crime and vice, irresponsibility and idleness. The conservation a fthe moral intel lectual and physical well being of all the boys and girls of the citizen.? r f the stata or natio'n is of paramount importance. . Tlrj mountain negro U not included in the church organization plans for rural uplift, and the course of illiteracy hangs thickest and blackest ever the mountain people. Irc'atcd families have no advan tages for their children, no school close enough to send their children to school, no Sunday school fc'r them, no uplifting influences whatever, one such case was found near Ashe ville March of this year. In the coun ty of Alexander there is a family of seven chUdrcn living too' far from anv church t: to Sundav school. iWo hood rengtous training schools all over; if there is the need of the Bible vocation school in large well organized city churches, then for tne n..o - &?f g mounta;n " children. Give ye them to i 4- Ia v.i! I iwrwllll'rt love of Christ who died lor i:ic le- . ofhirntion will produce niisn:i 'ccmv.. - ;,. , , com,ult;es, and to eStash a f .00 Christian leaders m even Tin; lsoiate-.i for this worth while trammer is to render a service that will Bring iar;Te ,n,i cnfUfnftinn results in soul saving PhrUt ia not an em- pty dream And to lift bewail invviw - . ' , , ii, ,nri. f V10 Farm Life sci100i is to put Bibles in tne nomes ana a cuuy ui ment is given each .child. tt,i i'cs tmio-Vit nnd the sal- orders for more than $50.00 worth o handiest: demand for all that we have or can have for sale IU, frinnrl Tr-?. Tl. IT. Mc- Nei'ifp of Wr.shington bougnt the tijrt $l.r;.00 worth of handicraft last Octo ber Mrs. McNeill is frc.vn Statesvule Mr. McNeill is from Wilksboro ana does anv legal work for the schoo, gratis. The school 'is included m the incorporation of an Industrial Educa tional Association for the advance ment of mountain negroes m tne cas trict of Columbia. We need more land, more building?, and more equipment. At Lake Junaluska last summer a pioneer worker from Tennessee said to me that he knew '.-hat it was to begin a school with nothing. He has had he experience- . EuTin beginning a school for moun tain white people they have the land and material and can contribute to their own uplift wovk. Miss Martha Berry who has built a great school near Rome da., lor mountain white girls and boys, ton. me that she had 20f acres of land to put into her work that her father had given her. I had not anything to put into' mine tut my time, my talent, my life my all I am givmjc freely if God can use me for the V),rk of uplift and betterment to which He has called, me. Intcracial cooperation along all lines of (making conditions better is of vital importance. . Christian education will solve an problems making possible a stronger Christian citizenship. . V" have a farming club, gardening dub, canning etc. One girl is growing a fine cron of cabbage, anotner an anion crop, ano'Lher tomatoes and other garden produce, beans, beets, lima beans, potatoes squash, cucum bers and corn . . , Our fall gardens will be planted to beans, beets, mustard, turnips, to produce for o'ursclves and others is our ideal of service. THE RATE WE TRAVEL ' Charlotte News. ,A German is building an aeroplane that will travel across the Atlantic in five hours and circle the world in two days. The prediction has been i v,of in tho next two decacie:; the inventive genius of man will have subdued air currents ana wimi con ditions to- such an extent tnat one through space comfortably tf of 1000 miles an hour " , , Xto tv. predictions as to which were heiu popularly to be incredible. The genius of man has made marvelous discover- VLYn t.hrs still, but for good cr ill will depend Son the people and upon the spirit -tS not make much ' yftt0 Wo travel as "'"v., " . not what tne erranu on ""f, the distance acrosj which one can -1? ssS To? th! ' rj v i, v, wbar Ught that floods th home, but wha us"- ABSENT-MINDED PROF. JOKE No. 28.B7G "Where is the car?" demanded Mrs. Diggs. "Dear me!" ejaculated Professor Diggs. "Did I take the car out?" "You certainly did. You drove it to town." "How odd I I remember now that af ter I got out I turned around to thank the gentleman who gave me the lift and wondered where he had gone." American Legion. - - - - - - - " ,wrrm!ar9mm. I 1NEW JAPANESE CAR miTWH A T" Tokio, June 23. The Jitsuyo' Jido- h &&LZ& jjL ul&M-" Tv A IV T iEha Sei,o Company of Osaka pro-ijf ' " 3k moted American engineer from Los Angeles, with the as.,istaivje of A. N. Little, is turning out a new model oi i'apan csa liarht car at a rate o'f a month, v;t!i.hA nriwof!ts of an early increase o a hundred. The American engineers j after "developing the..car and getting production started left the Jitsuyo company and the product is now en- tirely under the control of Japanese j ene-ineers. ' The Jitsuyo car is c'f small the jsieelbase. to f '.?lant the ncK- iffiM sha l'.r passenger transportation and' the control adopted is so simple i.hat r.e can learn to operation in half an -our, it is said. $r$ The ivy china cuicinally was produc- Sli-f-j or. h Dd as a three-wheeled car Dirt a four wheel model ia now also in production The standard touring body is the same for both models and is what mignt be called a " reversed Clover Leaf tyrwith a single scut for ths driver in ricit and a wide seat for two pas Keiigeis in the dear. Both .doors are on tbe left side. In the Army tests the three wheeled Jitsuyo covered 83 miles averaged around 30 rriil.es a gallon of gasoline and is rapidly taking hold locally. m-Xr-e- POLA NEGRI IN "GYI'$Y HLOOD''5 I'ASTIME TODAY - "Gvpsy Blood," starring Tela Negri, famous continental actress, was more than two years in the making under the dhoction of Ernst Lubitsch, who eirocted "Passion". Mere than 20C0 rwrnrs aroear in the various see s of this photoplay which which wul be seen at the Pastime theatre to'day and tomorrow. "Gyrisy Blood'' the screen version of the original French "Carmen" if, an obscrbing and spectacular Europe an production different from any Am erican production m many phases. As vamp Pola Negri is said to oivc do all other rivals in this role. Thous and.? wiil pass before you. Kaleido scopic," panoramas will amaze you Swift sweet flashes of -wonderful wocing will call to you. But above all you'll ever remember the thrall of "the Enchantress who holds a hum ble soldier with a love as ecstatic as -ie love of the wen Id's Immortal Beauties. Added" attraction Pathc News. Ccuiing Yv ednesday "Male and Female" the big Paramount Special. They are GOOD! STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF CATAWBA. Gordon H. Ciiley, in his own right, J. L. Ciiley, Adm. of Maud E. Ciiley, deceased, Alda Vir ginia Campbell Ciiley, and Ade laide Harper Ciiley, by their Guardian, Alfred G. Clay, Mar cella Ruth Ciiley, vs. G. H. Ccitner ancsK. C. Menzies, Survi" ing executors of the last will a: .1 testament of A. A. Shu ford, deceased,. Catherine C. Menz os, II. C. Menzies, A. A, Shut' ird, Jr., Maud Ferguson Shuf: rd, Esther S. Dlackwclder, JJ. E Ulackwekicr, Rose Shuford D'A na- IT. S- D'Anna, J. C. Shuford, Elva Shuford, Mary C. Davis, II. G. S. Davis. As Commissioner appointed in the ab'rvo entitled action, I offer for sale, subject to the confirmation of the Court, the following real estate allot ted to Alda Virginia Campbell Cilley and Adelaide Harper Ciiley, from the estate of A. A. Shuford, deceased, all of which is fully set forth in the decrees entered in the above entitled cause, to-wit: Three(3) lots in the City of Hick ory, near the high school and on -the west side of 15th Street, 225 feet; 190 feet on 7th avenue; 225 feet on li6th street ' One (1) house and lot known as the Barger house on 12th avenue, 100 feet front, 200 feet deep, bounded on the east by the line of D. H. Abernethy, on the north by the line of the Blanche Finger property; on the west with the line of J. T. Setzer. Two (2) lots upon which are erect ed two small houses situated in what is known as Bob town, on 13th street and 15th avenue, one of said lots be ing about GO odd feet by 100 feee and the ether 50 odd feet by about 150 feet. Under the authority conferred by the decree entered in this case, I can sell this property, or any part of it, upon reasonable terms of payment. The property situated near the North School . Building, and that situated on 12th avenue Tcnown as the, . Barger place, is especially attractive and high class property, ?.nd if you are in terested it. will pay you to investi- , cate . and examine these properties. Th( property known as Bob town property, is in the colored section and from an investment standpoint is e;ood property,. You are invited ta make investiga tion and if you desire to purchase this see the undersio-nod, who will ov. nvor the matter with you, with a view to! making the sale. Act promptly if, von I desire to purchase some of the. Kct I ,real estate on the market in Hickory W. B. COUNCIL!;, -- tf, 1r , . - Commissioner. s ll I HICKORY DAILY RECORD ,;' is-. iip-M mM H ;J M1 . y& tt i7M & 0 $ $ ... :wm $ m d i - TODAY AND TOMORROW m ., I 1ajfn."-J.MItf"MfcJ M W7&K9l2 i I Ctot IH;ic-e hx To.vn - i mk u m , M u&E&i m M mm ft m - m am si m " m is m m - mm &m a , s si $ V ra IP ' '- till fell VL kj.xjw m i-.il j.-Mtir- iJV tf.W i7 J,- .i m rJ Ki-l fkVS Jh A tttK XJLH A r irs't laocnai icxr actinia . . y., , ii mi-lilv marvel Cr;scJ on Proper m ADDED ATTRACTION PATHE NEWS Admission: Children 10c, nontax, adults 20c, tax Inc. THE gm, vwz F Hr meK a m . vjv - p- For .5 se a for a clean an comfortable Iliey bum kerosene mi are wkMess 'mi vafvelsss Vilh a Duplex fl sis - - i i r i 1 1 The Winchester Store Hickory, N.-C.'- Newton, N. C. 1 Vv'e are now in a position to supply you with any and all parts necessary - for the build-, ing of Eadio Outfits. Also com plete outfits for home or field ase. Properly built radio outfits lefy static. Call us Tel. 304. Piedmont Phonograph Company f" ''f"i'i The Incomparable ' - - g ,.. rtci irsrl lit; lftVft-fire.S IsShSJ A drama oi uia apum, wb&M of the screen wim muuuuuv! . . - , i 1 -, ! oi players Merimee's original French story "Carmen" 2SSl3E2g23&EBi m m &su B ummet itme OIL COOK STOVES ;TMriEKEA.T Cqo pi 1 13 , 3 you can prepare a meal with the waste, heat-from another stove. U a I . yj are a- anitary and- Die, a great convenience II J 4 f3 p T '-"--?'M IVJbH -HW-JM8nttS!5MH&3J 3iASflCAfiN(rOlJR"LANGUAGE" Christian Register- "Why," asks Mr. Edison, in his new , questionnaires, "Should jone masticate their food prcperly?" Which a mem ber of the New York . Trihnnp stafF answers: "The process of mastication is an aid to digestion, but itTnav be suggested-to Mr. Edison that if" one attempts mastication of their fo'od the damage which is done to the book of elementary grammar is even more serious than the damage done to the stomach." . 1 I Sndlest Ask ronr ISrucglst for v m-cnes-ter s iMamond lSranil PUls in Kcd and Gold inetallir-A TJX 5i?xes' Blue Rihbon. T 4f.K-S Tssiie no other. n-j P 1 " fjf lrnjts(fit. AskforCfU.CHKS.TERS . S ' fS yearscnownasBest.Safcst.lwav:Ki;ai,i.. SOLO BY DI?JJQOiSTS EVERYWHERE Legion Swimming Pool - 10 a. m. 10 p. m. Water Clean and Cool Special attention given women and children Carolina Paik 1 SINLESS AKEj T06E-3MIW j J Always Ready! I rs P 1 s The KI OR every one of your children who has r.n JT account in our Savings Department, or for whom you may establish an account, we shall be glad to supply an attractive home savings bank. - . . , There's many a happy home m which the mant-1 shelf contains a row of children's banks. And such a home is forever safe from the shad ow of financial troubles! CONSOLIDATED lUnST (IKIBIIBIH outhern i Greatly Reduced ,For SUMMER SEASON, 1922 Take Your Choice r Week-end fares. Sunday excursion fares. Summer excursion fare?. 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. & B&O July 6th, 12lh and 26th, Aug ust 9(h and 23rd. , , ' TICKETS GOOD FOR 18 DAYS Tickets good for stop-overs on return triy at Washington-Balti more-Buffalo and Philadelphia W eek-End Excursion Fares On sale Friday night&, 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 r : 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 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 AH Important Points Excellent Service Courtesy Convenient Schedules Write for Beautiful Southern Railway Summer Resort Booklet and Other Literature. For Further Information Call on Southern Railway Ticket Agents or Address R. H. GRAHAM, Division Passenger Agent, 207 West Trade Street Charlotte, N. C. 0 'pportumhes 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." , . i You never can tell when such ah 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 HICKORY, N. C. Capital and Surplus $300,000 J. D. Elliott president; K..C. Menzies, vice-president and cashier; J, L. Ciiley, asst. cashier. MONDAY EVENING, JULY 24, 1922, A 11 x"JL ll JOT Dlht 1 Company llii;ininiiiiii:Hi!,iiiii !l!!i!lllil!i;!!i!!!!lI!!i!l!!!ili:5!;:S!3i;:i: Railway ystem Announces Round Trip Fares NIAGARA FALLS via WASH INGTON OR PHILADELPHIA Dates sale via Sou. & Jl&O June 29th, Ju'y 13th and 27th, August 10th and 24th. Dates sale via Sou. PRR July 5th and 19th, August 2nd and 16th and 30th. .