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;;$OAY EVENING, JULY 25, 1922.
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
PAGE THREE
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i :; G H?7,' UftfOR'lV -SAY
.'i..-, V,v;v Sheriff - 0.
v h"S today l(f;i investi
young peoples meetings
are well attended
West Hickory, July 23. The young
pec pie's meetings 01 the church of
gat'.: :'(".' '1'iCTicc rc-(Co('. are held regularly at the church
; I"";1, ''..lav nfif:--1 r ve ry Sunday oven ins in West Hick-
L, rre Trail. Highway, ) f,ry. They ace conducted by Rev. Mrs.
AMERICAN PACKERS ARE
N N NNI5USY IN GERMANK
'It.!, ida i.m:K'''t iu, ; iiv1; church, ami wo. uro rrlad to spa i tho retail bxiter
i- ii. ...i r. i ,,,!.., 4 i . . t, , T . ,. , , . .
xv,: interest m ims wood work. iicv.
I 1 .v. P.vo h:;s had 23 years' experience
in ':.:::i'avlivr young people's meetings
iVt( in i ra hi inir i J;r i'iili1vrri Sin Tin
l,i hi,,', fi''cn engaged in this work in New
V .',,' ;,,')-,'.'. 1V-, i Yc: k, 'Pennsylvania and many other
J . If--. Nil" f'l'S ;i?n I'Oiiliictoil vinnrf
if . t il ,,:jr . i - - vm jt tsuii..
re jii severe m
! .,. 7 y.-nirs old. Ko'orM
.'V'.c !!.' "ircii'V that
b I !';";:!!''
a i.o
V; ..; wcub! T? i ncrt. t r.v: eiingd in Canada, and con-
J.ia.iri th v.i.il i i- rtec.dK! to say that
Berlin, July 3 American frozen
meat premises shortly to release Ger
many's army, of bread-winners., the
tic-la the' tivg of high 'prices which
has for so.no .'t.1..7e r - sva;?. vl among
of Berlin.
', inundated
with (Mfors era pi:! ic firms in
the Unite ! Sv-cs. ?-rd limp Slinnea,
the industrial magnate, has contract
ed with the Ai cgntine jrovernihont
i'f.'r delirries on a large scale. Ko
pvcsenfcHtivcs of v.diclesalc dealers n
Arjrcntina j;!fo arc' reported to be
no'ii'otiatin"' tig contracts here.
With shops chargin"- 100 to 120
,:,a:h. It. cvncc a,! eduction and m p,ipP14Aia!c:v hiv:h rates for
0t- ... ,, !,;.:!.t Vn- .iev Mtac ?;ea .(or Chruan work and othcr cllt. the German 'laborinK-mun
... o-v ior t-Miron ihi; u,.n.poinc tnat we could j01. thc mid(i!cclass worker finds it too
P'.pi.v. ha.v.-.viHiw .e-. wo know t ut she is thor- L'xpensive to have meat in his memr
()?;;. tion o! i.;: iiy.uij i'K par ed to conauct these meet- uVi0rt, than twice a week, at the most.
jiii,.. AJl (he young: people srreatly
w'i i- Ibe tM'.vee.y vanprvviave the .pior.dld work that Rev.
-Mr. ve doiny for them. At these
i ' i. a :
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i,..j " v. .,;;!'. C'.'t- i Tu rt.
, ,.e v,-i(:iic'-'sr--i, a .1;uu VA Vory into vest ing: and a groat J pound v;o;;ld come to some 40 or 50
v the li '-:k , iv.jp to the young arid the old. We, mark? in the retail shops o'f Berlin.
on his wages of four to five thousand
marlfS monthly. It i. estimated that
iiozon meat from the United State's
nvetinrs certain scriptural subjects ,. an be" delivered in Hamburg at GO
ave s'.nv tea aiul tliseusscd. Each pro- mark.-- a kilogram. At this rate, a
!; v: -U:hn vvuaten. (want to yay that ..v, Mrs. pye's ad-
'" 'V"'" i(ho-in to tho r,-fi'de Sunday af-
o v..n ( ir o ; u,, n,,M., wrt!, certainly extra fine. Her
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o i '
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! lT.r.' '. tne sunjict thoroughly point-
it'
'Mi. t ' I I . . S I . . n ; ,. . , . , , . .
7 ,;;., i ivring.-i inav t atu tne great apostle
5 ' v " '" "' vntietver.c.r.nri yer he -aii that ho had
, .fK. eto"- ! i'.''':Kd t-iufc in whatever' position he
t.Vn"i., 4v..;, ' i, :;-! . : w.i. phu-ed to be content. She also
i " . , "fiV--'si' iu-- ! 'M ;in '!'' i f'-Jr-ive way urged the young
j ..V'hrr. if-.d-. tr i.'.p!e to V'j .content with their lot- if
' t.';.'.;-, '., i a'.': "0'ad -Ma ' it did e.-m hard and to always be
' ., v. . :n,.!i .,v N,r,ui cheerful. a. n.i ready to help others and
': 'ivi'.v 1 '- I b. aln-ays !i,ok on the bright side of
,. r.i' ' ;- . he '.ceid.-n':. ' ihe iuestion, and lit:e Paul, trust in
. .. , :' . ! a n;.:'?:n " ih- Lord and in the end all would be
i '-.e ?'-mm -vi well.
i p -et. "Wi;..j ; : t. j. l.
vl.'-.'Th.e Kt'-''.': SCHOOL CLOSING
' r d.'Vifider, Snivel's intutional summer school
and 'Aasery. jcordiaiiy inviu's you to participate
t :v r r.:'.u:.crV n jch- cb'ii.ig which will begin with
j a r.'ctVv- Tlu.ir:'Iay July 7, atNMaplo
.;.! Hovv. i' Alio!1- Grove and end with a progKam Friday
;: is j-aui. M-re j ,:;:: ht. Jvdy 2S, at i-'riendship Baptis:
.' ''iVi'st f'.:,i ! church.
The situation has become so diffi
cult for many of the poorer Germans
that they have revolted in some places
to ccVisumers' buying "strikes." Shops
which fomorly were busy from morn-
ire nvmy s.viptural teachings onpy? till mgnt have been obliged y.
dating the many suf-! c :-''Je oxcent lor two days a wock. ins
( ji.jcv i::.'-- iK'eil ii'.'i'iuy icil in in?; jjiti-
iu stockyards, where reduced con
.tvmrtlon has '.forced': G-90 ' employes
iAit of work within the last-few weeks.
One of the causes of lugh prices
is said to be the necessity for yhole
saiers and stockyards to buy live
stock at prices quoted on the hoof.
They have fought th's practice for
years, claiming- that 50 percent o'l
an animal is lost for profitable retail
in buying it according to live weight
rather than to the "poundage after
slaughters.
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t'r ,::v;er t'' N.
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o admission or donation is asked
:,e, tome all. Your presence
're:;. J. F. S3IYRE
Teacher Mrs. Lottie A. Banbour.
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:. t-::;t th'.-y con"
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h j (Jvifj.at..:. He. f !ia!i inherit the eaith
:: j :;nd h!. : chiblren thalt lise up and call
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