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v. . vr. ' . . s V. PAGE SIX THE HICKORY DAILY BECORD TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER igj : J 7 C0W19 AW 'TUBUiTttAMDj CAP AM' SET AXY ? UU( .t , J vSRgfflm L, ) LS , f ' 35 JJ .' ' - ; ; J Li A 1 3. U. S. PAT OFF. feS?v- i M SCHOOL. . QVSS AM I'LL' ''. -:;T l -Mi f7 7 BOOWdS V I - 'Mir1 1 1 1 I .' r r n . ij f! ' 1 i' if i M ri'. jet-. ! a AusELPAmr V ... Hickory .Veple Should Heed the V'Warning: Have you a' sharp pain or a dull ache across the smi ill of your back ? Do you realize that it 's often a timely sign of kidney weakna ss ? Prompt treatment is a safeguard against more serious kid ney troubles ''Use Doan's Kidney Pills. Profit by a Hickory resident's ex pierencc. .' W. L. Payrb,' 713 10th Ave., says: "A few years aj?o my kidneys were out of order, and. I had a dull ache and soreness kicross my back. This bothered mc especially if I did any stooping : or li fting. Mornings I felt dull and 'sluggish. My kidneys acted Jrrcgularlyv I uskid Doan's Kidney Pills getting them at (Xutz's Drug Store and they werpithe ijght remedy and soon Eut my irinftyahigood order. The ackachc ; left nd I haven't been bothered. simx.V Price j60cV;''.'$ nil dealers. Don't simply ask ? for', a kidney remedyget Doan's Kidney 'Pills the same that Mr. Payjjke; bad. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Baifalo; 18. Y. Adv. . : v.. 1 - I ill i THE BUNGLED TURKISH PROBLEM Asheville Citizen. In their dealings -with Turkey the Allied nations are disclosing short sighted politics yhich for so many decades has made the .presence and the rule of the Turk a blot on Chris tian civilization. One of the urgxnnents used most effectively during the war to arouse the Allied world to right eous indignation was Germany's al liance with the Sick Man of Europe, the recital of Turkish deviltry and the suffering of America and other little countries wTio were told that the day of their deliverance was at hand. The Turk would be booted out of Europe; a iprobU-.m' that had long troubled Christendom's con science would be solved. With the Avar over, although .the Treaty of Sevres has? never been rati fied, France and Italy made secret agreements with the Turkish Nation alists and have supplied them with ammunition, .while England has .sup ported Greece, at least in moral in fluence. The Armenians are still in Turkey's hands, other- minorities are feeling the iron oppression through which Turkey seeks, by annihilation, to settle the question of minority nationalities in her own traditional way. All this building is another burden of blame on the shoulders of the United States. A member of the League of Nations, or even holding the mandate for Armenia, this Gov ernment could have blocked the rapa city of Turkish barbarism and forced the European Allies to determine Eastern policies by something higher than the dictates of land hunger. Thi fat of Armenia and the present rriwis with Turkey are. another indict ment of the Harding Administration that will not be forgotten in the elec tions of this Fall and of 1021 The Turkish advance against Con: stantinople has united once more the divided Allies. England and France arc. rushing ships and troops 'east ward to forestall a possible attack? by Turks and Russians the success of which might easily mean another Avar and involve a Mohammedan up rising throughout the British 'Empire. If the crisis passes, will its lesson be lost on the Great Powers? BUT iiCIT -'NECESSARY' 'UK :". STANDARD S L CQR3PAWY , ' i . ii-- 'a1 t 'rBti""' i -WOMAN AGITATOR 1 MONTANA Mnlk, . 4 A XT LEADS LISBON MOli. AitutJiiNA ukabia man 19. Close upon By the Associated Press. . L'ibscn, : Sept. 1 The recent bread riots in this city, the protest of the people against the last rise in the nrice of this commodity, produc ed a spectacular figure. A tall, ; good-1 play-writing a )teu, dressed" imr. comes i. lookinsr woman. ' barefoot in white Avith a- -scarlcJt 'nandkorcniet around her head and carrying a black flag on a staff, led the crowd which was raiding bakeries. She waved hex banner, cheered the Social rc.volutino, and exhorted the people to revolt. r The police closed in on her and she was' , soon, surprescd but her place was immediately taken by . another wild-;eycd agitator, who had no trou ble: in leading: the rioters. The people Chaoel Hill, Set the heels of the raid made by. the University of Wyoming upon the Caro limx Playmakers. the University of Montana sends a telegram asking that a man !b sent out froiii here to teach and play-produetion. as a direct result of the original .work done by the dramatic organisation here during the last two or .three years and the l-ecognition that has been accorded to it not only in educational circles but in maga zines of national circulation. : Hubert Heffner, one of the Playmakers' lead ing'actors of 1920 and K)21 respond ed to the, call from Wyoming,: -but it appears that there is .nobody?" avail able for Montana, alt of the men of of Lisbon paid nothing for their bread, the tvne sought having arranged to oiv-this day. Tne. bakeries suiierea return here or to take other positions the loss. I states for talent developed at Caro lina is the, source of considerable satisfaction here. It is just four year ago since Fredrick H. Koch came from North Dakota to develop the possibilities for native drama in North Carolina. The venture was more or iess a speculation, but it is felt noAv that the Playmakers have definitely established themselves. THE THINGS DIVINE Jean Brooks Burt. , These are the things I hold divine: A trusting child's hand laid in mine. Rich brown earth and Avind-tossed tx-ecs, The taste of grapes and the drone of bees, A rythmic gallop, long June days, Naturally, these calls from other A rose-hedged lane and lovers' lays, The welcome smile on neh faces, , " Cool, wide hills and open places, . Breeze-blown fields of silver rye, The wi Id, sweet note of the UA 'cry, Fresh Spring showers and scan box, The soft, tint of the garden ph.; Lilacs blooming, a drowsy moon, A flight of geese and an Air.::! moon, ' Rolling meadow and v storm-wasil nights, A fountain murmur on sue nights, A dappled fawn in the forest hu.4 Simple Arox-ds and the song of a thrj Rose-red dawns and a mate to sharj With a comrade soul my gypsv iz A waiting fire when the tAvilight el A gallant heart and the vokt friends. fr I 1 II 1 1 !1 I I I I If I I I I ii I I ii i Znn3llC30C3C3CiaaDDQDDDDDDDDnODDDDQEiaQQaOOSIBQeOB31SOSS!lQSi v.i'.'. 1 , i Persons Who Or m a m p ss Si m o a m "'t mm Their Subscription t V' 1'; i. i T Hie Record In On Trade Will Get m El S3 m a m S3 S3 m g m . -V " : '.''' a:., :'-' .' . - : i .. . V- : ' - :. ...'-.. .- , ., Week 1 1 sit . Us Wheni I , I. 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