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" Y EVEN I NG, AUGUST I, 1922, HICKORY DAIL'Y RECORD ,i -r .'..... - -"r jj ..rj. .w.nnrT c..-mmi.-vwrjltM M,:rMitje OAZIAIZ&XYJ JaiitZtLtiJm -! Special PASTIME ! y 'J f"l H rr-i VtS'-'T isoay ana lemorrow inYf'inr t a I PSAnor ttifrnrmin nn i o4BS A :"().'; E 1) Y-DK A M A Kibbled by Zeiaa CrtK'by. ..CHARLES; KAY CHAN!) TODAY Set Charles lily tn7ny at tho Grand in his Fivst Natibr.nl r.tti-action "Two Minutes To (US'. Ft.ol l-rtll fluid and others, will' ; s!ec a rial fyrti all game, played not by extra men aim actors, but by 'real footballer:; with a re putation. Here is tho iinc-u: "Curlcy". Enil fccpv, naycd iuli-Dack fc-r Hnunino UniVaVslty, Si INTEREST GROWS S IN dPHEEIK oanipmectin;? of . th'e t.-iiurch of God '""-'i'.-.'v ns.iMii.fl i.siv;r.ny, 01. which started here July '6 has a Paul, Minn., "Czri eSVtW:! the title , largg attendance, the large auditor ci the bone-Cnuthor ami was for mm being weU --filled at 'every service; three yeett m the Ail-Si innesota xhere are pecple and ministers here i' ?k?k .National Attraction 20c and 20c "fesj T. .... u . jV I iv'.!'.-;.''yv'.. P.T vmiiTAirS : $-'"i RESULT ' 7A.? ,- o O.-.o Cent a Word for Each lascrtion 'iV SIZU TYPE TV.'O ("ItNTS A WORD- ?3 :i, .;; C'o,.nt il.c . onto before sending in your CS!1- '-.;"- 5 I Oil ALK-KXTRA FIXE PEACH. ( . Bd'c of Courjrla-salabis and ..vlbcvtaa, A. L. Jialrcr, phono i ; ' IV ?.!on, Tut'3, "Sat, 13 wks 1T; TED TO- IlENT FOUR OR j V';t w i i s . . . j ' vi , iv i.:Jt cod !t" :uo:.i i'tn"t;;-: j(H,' t!, ;;.-c4! ; V. : ,V c'Vi' rt ;i a ,'i . I or re:;tst.y room house on J'-.'ihvU avenue- i;hote 5.;4-J. 8-l--t i) o. a?;n()vxcement I'-'. Forest F. Hicks ici-ives to in id. j'riv.vT.'is and sterner.? that to 1 1 tj hrs orfit-o Hfti- I !::"!':' ei';;l WU'Ls for the lattkv t vic !":!; try . 8-1-2. ii: . r ! I - - . i r i ;:fl r.r.-riic!' proposal .i'O,'"' n'.i. : k ;.-.! ' '-"y n- A rrouo? -a has bcrsi i c io tin- u'overn-.coi-.t far a nicrt;er ; "'"r. n!o ;;!;U "''. ei v.i".i.'fi t ovvi'.'.-d ; , I'lelncr.; fit:- j --trc-l ro?i.-f rns -of "the count -y. It wji.: 7-ifi i i-lz' ziu'w-h-'X that the- Mttnvhuviar: : (cnp.-viies KlifM'.ld W Inelmled but (hi- Cin YOl'Mjy?; CAK, hyejx dropped. ' -WMW team as full-ba "Tiny" Thronhill. of Pittsbur University,; , with whom he played tackle He:' played this position ic: three years with the All-Irmsylvan ia team and vvjas. au All-American player one year. "Tiny" wciyhis 234 pounds ?rid ip one 'of those gentle little hc bcars. " iuury Baajan, v;ho played for four vein's on th;e- Notre Dame University team and .was end on the All-Western team oni year- - : (!eorj:e "Tiiffy" Conn, who, besides !:o:n;5 an ' All-Northwest half-back, war. witih' the - Oregon Agricultural School in the same positio'n. He oioarmied a professional team at Pasadena. California, last year and r i ated bi.i? interest in professional football in Los Angeles and vicinity Others were Falcon, ot Occidental There are pec'ple and. ministers here from all parts of the country; The visiting ministers are Rev. J. A.JVIor i ison of Indiana, Reverends . Mr. Liniidy, V. C: Shinri both . former pastors, of the church here, Mr. New ell o'f Henry, and Rev. Mr. Rankin of Kentucky, Rev. J. A. Morrison has been doin; the preaching at the ni-ht services. He is a fine preacher, an eloquent speaker and a great christ iah vorker. His sermone arc all very impressive. His sermon ,on Sunday evening 'cn' the subject e? bringing souls 4o Jes-js was mrusiialiy good ahd much appreciated by all present- The music is fine at alb these services, being conducted by Rev. Mrs. G, IT. Pye. The people are taking a great interest in these meetings and there has been several persons saved and a number of applicants for prayer We must also' say m tms eonnec Ologe for four years, and AU-Co'.-j.. 4i.t' tev, Mrs. Pye is doing a fc'vri.fi fr.ll-li.-iflc in 1020: Lonff. of the same team, who also' played end on Fo.o All-Conference team in 1S2Q; John -on, of Occidental,- as centre: Kinc oid. of University of Southern California, as half-back; J- Miltcfli, buar.l; J. Vifbod'vvard. qmtirtei'back; AV. I ;enhower, end; P. Greene, end, and S. Calland,' centre; all of U. S. C. From the same college cane O. Hester who was quarterback on the All-State team of '19, and "Swede" Evar.s, vhc performed on the All State, Pacific Coast team, and was a ivember oC the. American team at the 1920 Olvmpic games. C. Dean, cf the II. S. C, was full back on the Ail-State team, and J. PacDPiini was end for Northwestern University. "Tuffy" Conn picked the two teams and added several well-known, pro fessionals. Tho teams worked out for tfo weeks prior to the actual tak ing of the foc.'Lhatl scenes, and were i'i perfect condition to nut it as high class game of football as the film wii! amply testify. WE. CLICK TO ATTFND I?ICt FAMILY REUNION Mr. J. F. Click. e.'V-or 'f the Times Meicury. will leave Friday for Jeru salem, Davie eoivnty, where on Sa';--vday bo will attend a reunion oC the (M'ck familv. he lx-7ng president of the" ' aosocia'ii'jn- d'erualein iia nine miles' from Jerricho, an equal . (lis tance from Joppa, vhere Daniel Bono's iather was buried, and is two ytfles from Ephesus. Mr. Click is one of .20 children. Tin! 1' ld ro-.tbe.r and father were mar ried twico. Sixteen of the children j -which causes practically all stomach jived to he grov.'n, and 14 . reared VCT IVU intestinal ailments, includ fmilie . Tp'', ; re rl vc "h'Jing appen iici1 is. One dose will con cbiidreii ' bv.ng todcy, tho Hickory ' vince 'or money uefunded at all urr.g . stores." Adv. vMt. work' in the young peoples meeting. There is. a large attendance at every ferVice and the meeting Sunday night was fine, when Rev. Mrs. Pye addressed the young people on the subject of the broad and nar row wav Mrs. llerrington o'f: Chase City assisted in the meeting Sunday night conducting the song scrvie. The pastor reports that the canipmeeting at all the services so' far has been very successful and is still growing in interest. 1 J. L- OWEN MOORE IN "REPORTED MISSING" PASTIME THURSDAY Tt biggest comedy special ever shewn in Hickory will'.be "Reported Missing" starring Owen Monro, which will be the attraction extraordinary at the Pastime theatre Thursday and Friday; this week. This great comedy drama was personally staged by Henry Lehrman. It's said to be a perfect combination of ccaicdy and Hvama, and is bubbling over with laughter. Don't miss it. COME HOME TO DIE "Three years ago 1 came home thinking 2 or 3 weeks would be my limit to live. I had suffered for 15 ears from colic attacks and severe Kver and stomach trouble. I hap pened to see an advertisement of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and pur chased a bottle at the drug store and after taking the first dose I felt better than I had for 15 years.-1 -am now in the best of health thanks to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy." It removes the catirrahal mucus from the int'-stbial tract, and allays the inf tarnation editor Jul ari :-r son. 0o. . - l . . I i T - 'CUD T'HL;iN 4 CAP. hi I : t-'. ! CA li. - -o i U 5 . ' V 5 . :v,- it' i ' . iars s .. ;v -.1 .t- SS-" 1 . v.- VIC .- . u. ..... f r.1 i. : '.r 4& . in 13 r ar-diMiseo iSankers 1 dfii fi, .if;-, e I'.j tr J'O LOCK G'.'iiUJ ... i. ... . ! ; 5 - I r T 3 fi f ... .1 ! , ... .1 --. - By Festus J. Wade Prcskien, MeFcaniilc Trust Company-of St. Louis. j- i toy i'iirit'rg Co. .-.() -) ("ALT, 1 ;. ,t p.-v'-.v'. Wii- k ;i TO- .M .-'l it ( -.. . t. j -J MfDFL pas'-;- i 'J i A ! i'""' 1 -. I; " V-T-U IV A. '' f ". - v v. .i . . T--7 V V't -v-a ::-, s 4 1.1 ( . . i, ; k. v , v i ! co I'i C(- ;.; I). L 7 o;; r; p.ook live rr.'.;! ' i"1 ' K; A. Pi si to :i;T r ! l-re.va-d fori(n - : I (3 !:'?K!:i:s vr A. :-.r- ; ! :-!r.o !'.. Wi'lianv. i I !bn Tir.tt AM !d j - J i. I 'If.MK TO BUY YOUl' mH-h, iinl.-, ca-pr, r.vri"'-d vv'il!iai.v? ' 7-:)l--t , ? '. F. !':''. A''' i! F.Nn- " ': M;':-L o"4 H:'f . i )o ::o:-:'-l t - - o . ro 'Vt :. ;' fi.r-t' 'eod t : If 03? RO! MS AN? t ;.:!.li j:v.-iiv! o- ' ; ''..:.. i,! loo- - if1- I C -!;; ) U.j I Li It Do I believe that n bank er considers reputation, as dcveloped'by advertising, in extending ; ex e d i t? There probably are bankj ,. ers. who will give a nega tive answer to -this $ues iion and believe the; are rchmz the right answer. But let those bankers be approached by a credit t'eeking national- a d ver tis er? v,i'io has established his name, therefore a market for his goods, and! see what happens. In nine casT e, out of ten the. fact that those goods have become a household "buyword" will be the greatest factor in granting the credit. The banker himsel l will have become subscon sciously sold on the firm, through its consistent ad vertising. He will : say, "Oh. yes, that's a; big bouse yell known, good reputation," etc.,' not real izing that it was advertis iiig that did the work: ; V The next minute he may be approached by a new company, trying to make its name, and turn down the loan because too much of it is to be spent for the purpose of advertising. In the first application he has helped the big advertiser to cash in on his reputa tion, and in the second'was depriving the newcomer of the right to build a repu tation. This is only a hy pothetical case, and ! am glad to say I don't believe it happens as often as it did in the past. .Just as we learn something new ev ery day, so every day an other banker wakes up to the underlying power and pull of advertising: . PiMhhed"hy Hickory Daily Record, in Cooperation wife American Association of Advertising Agencies ,s 8i-iteod xjsmmsmms-mm Don't get caught! ilium-. :iM"BiKUJti si-:. . r- . ' tmvimwmmi'hm . . -1 ii :nnn" nni '. wmr . . . VUBL 1 .Ml WB TTirE tliouolit all gasoline was alike J1.JL He slaried will twelve gallons, rndis! for liis trip, but the tank is drv wit i vomv, mnes yci iu Full mileage is only one of the strong points of "Slanar!" Motor Gasoline. 11 islKilaiiceil as depentlable in mile age as itis in darling; powerful on the hills aiid- ccoiiciiiieai iii W always sure aud always satisfactory. - SlatHlardizeoiiaStaiidard.''Thousands of motorists do who drive the same Jdiid of-i'car'as:yours.,: m id Gasoline! F.eg. U 3. riit.Olt. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (New Jersey) r -,. i. 7 iiwii-nn- rnTirf SJ: AStil. JltS. . . WM m SLJ - jj ;l?j( ' Come isi and see . ; m The Seasons finest c! 'most complete line of motor cars : fourteen Distinctive Models ...... . - ; . . . ' jlfffS HICKORY - - - ' - - . 'mi -r; 'LTiiTTT" T " ' -111 1 mTf?ITrMi ' 1 1 I ' ll ' Hickory Auto Corporation - -' inTv.7ir A nr. - N. CAROLINA "4. II. Vs- i 1 p '