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THE HICKOfiY DAILY RECORD
SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 14, 1922. ! , 1' v .'i: L"Z03y Daily Reco2D : Ca&iaiben, deiirtar tbo ddrw ppr ehan-od will pleaw crt tn their con&eateattai both 0D ud addrttMi. 1 Ieiuro ffsetaxt Jdeuvtxy , eotn t<ta,,sboold be made to the Sub tzstjUsak Department promptly. Cij Bthtctibtn tfcoold eaD W re- Cfeag,-computet. . L fctJESOUFlION BATES C3 Ytif p.00 O csT HWl fl noatha, (2.00) Pp3k ejeHiep3l i aea eeeieeeHooMee (260 ISrwjnootJa Lis , vCswred eeeoDd-olau matter fcjttiriw , li, 1915, at the poitofflce tt pehprj, N. C under the act of . tta Aaaoditetl Pretca (a exclusive 17 cscuea to the ue of republic newe credited to it or Est ere&ted In thia paper aad also c local ma published hereto. Robert L. Shuford and Lawrence M Bollinger carried off some honors at the Gaston county fair with their 20 head of Catawba Jerseys. If our folks had not won the best prizes, we should feel disappointed. Masons in this section will turn out in numbers Monday night to hear Wil liam Ritchie Smith lecture in the tem ple. All Masons from third to twenty second arc invited. At any rate, Topsy is out of Wilmington. "BOUGHT AND PAID FOR" PASTIME MONDAY IViiSiam d .M-iHo' mvwl 11ft inn "Bought and Paid For" from the lamous Staee nlflv bv finnvire RrnnH- nurst will De shown at the; Pastime Monday and Tuesday October 16th and 17th. This epic of the staee has 1- A 1 t . i .1 I Dccn translated to t.n M-rwin m thi colorful manner characteristic of Wil liam do Mule. Those responsible for the picture's production assert that the Dlav has been followed in fiwrv detail. The cast) is hparlprf fv Afrmj Avwn and Jack Holt, an admirable combina tion of "DoDUlar anH wvpr-ornwinir favorites who have already achieved stardom. Other players acDearincr in their support are Walter Hiers and Leah Wvant. Clara Bei wrote 'The Gilded Lily," "Exit the vamp", and "Her Husband's Trade mark," was responsible for the adan- tation. Special music at the evening performance. Added attraction Pathe News. OUR WAR DEBTS The Record has never , advocated cancellation of the allied debts and Would not do so under present circum- stances. There is a good deal being t said, .about It on both sides these days. Some of those days the German mark will be found utterly worthless and Russia will evolve some workable form of .government, and the world wiHpgJeup tOtht fact that some tfcmfc Ifhut be done. In ' th that will follow unless other nations ke a handr thiVwln -be consider, able of wreckage. '"' Then what? France and Italy and probably England will not be able : to pay. ; , . . , -i ; - j As an amateur economist, wc would apply Amerjeairpresaure where it will I do most good to prepare the world against such an eventuality. If we can prevail ori Eurcpe to show mod eration, and get tangible proof of h, the. better part of wisdom and economics might dictate a policy of cancellation- of war debts, j But there would have to be con dderable evening up of accounts be. tween the allies and Germay, there r would have to be a great lessening Of warlike manouvers and a general ( disposition to prevent wars in future. Until we could sec a clear world hori- ton, we wcQJiJ hold on to those debts. '" in f ' V ', ' ' ; MAKING BIG MEN x '. Ad Alabama congressman speaking ; Ih Ihirham advocated Juscnhua T)nn. fete for PMdent of the United States. , The,oontya ;do much worse. . Joaephus Daniels is a broader tyinn , rfi i . i yaum nuw anu am regular and i than he ,wna when be entered th(J fcehng fine. "-Mrs. Maby Dale, Route f 1UUI1 H 1 1 T BI ( U . I M m 1 II I J . . I I . J .11 IIQ. .11111- .. .ivu Aw-, us nc i ' v.- v." . - - - (h, . vUkiv VVlJi' WAmAII m Ami ments. ItisespeciaUyadafrted to relieve women, ii you sutler as did Mrs. Gar land or Mrs. Dale, you should give thia nm-ftiiuvvn mctiicinc a tnorough trial. "JUNGLE GODDESS" r GRAND MONDAY 1 masterpiece wild animal serial wmch opens at the Grand theatre Monday and will be shown there every Monday for the next fifteen weeks is a superb adventure chapter-ipicture with a fasc inating jungle background and packed with daring thrills. The greatest child artist of today, little Vonda Phelpa, is seen in the opening episodes in the ro.e of tne tiny Lady Betty. Altho Vonda is but a tot of five years, she had tne courage to jump into a balloon and , make an actual flight for one of the thrill scenes of the picture. Not to hot outdone bv up daring screen heroine, she later iacea a score 01 ierocious lions barely outside of leaping distance from her. Miss Phelps is an accomplished ac tress and displays quce a little emo tional ability when she is saved by Elinor Field and Truman Van Dyke Thunderman, a jungle chieftain, from sacrifice to a heathen idol, are co-starred in "The Jnnp-lr. finrl. dess,, and offer an unending succes-1 sion oi nair-DreaitrL watvf!4 tfmm death at the claws of jungle beastg. i nero are over seven hundred wild animals used in the production. ATTENTION The library will ho rlnsnr! ?iov Tuesday, October 17, for that day. All who havo books out that are due to be returned on that day will please bear this in mind and return thom on Monday if you wish to get them back on time. RUBY McWHIRTER. Librarian. -ir afW iczrc MONDAY AND TUESDAY WILLIAM de MILLE'S Production mimHT Am II 1 U-AS L Hl&ll Jl 11 JL Jl A u W PAIDFOW WITH AGNES AYRES and JACK HOLT A dramatic sensation portraying a situation that exists in thou sands of rich, respectable homes. Beautifully produced, with one of the greatest casts ever assembled ' From George Broadhurst's Tremendous Stage Success IT'S A PARAMOUNT PICTURE Added Attraction Pathe News Special music evening performance by Mrs. Hatcher ADMISSION Children 10 cents, no tax Adults 30 cents, tax included I It rj n THE Occasion THE seasonal movement in the Autumn is nor mally toward increased business volume. And it. is obvious that prices are showing a tendency to .rise. That tendency has accompanied the develop- mprifnf iipw biisinr.KK rvrrlp in thp nast " The essentials for continued business improve ment are now at hand but they must be useYl ..wisely and with care. During this critical period, fcVefy business man will do well to co-operate-closely with his bank. T Company1 ' - f" -. - i- T-yclff i -f- Hr : -.u .,. .. 1 , V. '"tv PAINS SO BAD WOULD GO TO BED Two Women Tell How Lydia E. fmkham s Vegetable Compound Stopped Their Suffering Iron Mountain. Mich T Ki f ;. , vv4 4t ble pains every month and at times had to go to bed on ac count of them. I saw your advertisement and took Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vovt-ji. - - - Die compound with very gooa results. I can work all dav Ion o now at mv sick timn You may use these xacts as a testimonial and lam recom mending the VWts- my inena3. -Mrs. A. H. Garland, 218 a. crown oc, iron Mountain, Michigan. Xenia. Ohio. "Kvorv nrnnth T Ko,l such pains in my back and lower part of my abdomen that I could not lie quietlv " "u. suuerea ior aoout nve years mat way ana i was not regular either. I rean an advertisement ot what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had done for other women, SQ,Ldecided to try v am tiiii i w 1 1 ex iu'iiitii r r i wm trr m i have no pains now and am regular and iiuuuiui III mm to 31 , ought to' be. He has expanded as 9NSMrnd.it is a fact that b wiw respected by Republicans and Democrata . and much admired by the turn who composed the navy. ' ;' VKlch reminds' us that many men capable of expansion when op- Jwtuy jA. threat upon them. Most a of floiciId big men are generally jWg.mon because they used good judg j'ment and endeavored at all times to lmprovo. If -thio had been denied pp- POrtunitjf hcir lives. would have been ;: f'rieht' Ml' giant tree faDim? in it fttrwt wheronono coild hear. There's -r- . 7 TZ,r' "",va icjr a .' 'C'l.'fl T s:..- mohfoltioivOMrector Kohlostt was I not Inludging, hyporbole at all when ne ftsserteo: tat mc, roaches and ower member of IMS bug and animal iratornities were Used in the manu- , facture of moonshine liquor. Fellows woo make it care nothing at all about the fellows who drink it. Pnr nir 5 - -- mmmj years it his f been r declared in these . parts tnat .uockaders used chicken ;nauro to get the bead" on the li ; quor, another statement that Mr. Koh- loss is correct in. The human stomach is fearfully and wonderfully made in deed, or else it could not stand much 'Of tho stuff. v , The boll weevil is steadily marching 3UrthWArd.,Tho nest invadnH a soctinn of Catawba tjounty late in the summer, was halted a bit by the dry weather, birt .will rerume its march again in the Ping Fwmers will have to fight jraise cotton in Catawba county to.luture.'- - A joint meeting of Hickory Lodge No!. 343, A. F. & A. M., Catawba Chapter No. 60, R. A. M.y and Hickory Commandry No. 17, K. T., will be held on Mon day evening, October 16, 1922, at 7:30 p.. m., when Companion Grand High Priest William' Kitchie Smith will deliver an address on York Rite Masonry. All Mas ons are cordially invited to attend. D. L. MlLLER,Emment Commander, JAS. W. ESPY, High Priest, E. H. SHUFORD, W M. W. L BOATRIGHT, Secretary. Hickory Lodge No.343 Regular Communication First and .''hjr Monday "'nights... ' Bretliren cordially invited to be , J ' present W. L. BOATHIGHT, Sec " Have Your AUTO TOPPING AND UPHOLSTERING Done At HICKORY AUTO & TOPPHfG COMPANY Chas. B. dbWman Bakers' Garage 9th Ave Phone 353 Geo. E. Bisanar DOCTOR OF OPTICS EriJ of Eefracton and all Optical defects corrected with properly fitted glasses Office and examination room in cogtn,wjth ; Jewelry store . For first class'slic'-'feOairinrp ., all kinds come to LINK'S SHOE SHOP 1019 13th Street Next Door to Standard Gara'M- J. C. : DeRHODES Notary Public -Telephone 94 1 Office over Yoder's Carry and Save A.J.ESSEX Graduate Optometrist Office in Jewelry Store Where Your Eyes receive expert service without the use of drugs Quality-Tires "Gyp,;Prices ;3Qx3 Pathfindcri;....$ 8.85 Cros Rife Tread . . $10.65 80x3 All Weather Tread $120 80x3 Cross Rib Cord ..$12.50 1 83x4 press Rib Cord ....$24.50 Every Year is A Good vn Goodyear Tires. Standard Garage & Sales Company HICKORY. N. C gnncannDDDonnnnnaonnnannnDnnnBinnnnnanDnnDnanDBBBHa ' 'f0 business men are to dis-Vtusathe- iseball franchise for that x City next year, which ought to remind i those Hicfow jpoef le.. interested that earlier Uey sUri tKe better the i;hnces fdr pottinsr out a semi.n'ro ttm here. J. TW.rtefction ii to" be held on Toes j ;toyt -November 7, and if you were reg j istextd for the election two years ago 909 need not worry. Otherwise you would do 'Well to sec your registrar nndcydl' , .., TliefiA'iAhole in college spirit, but you can't win football games Vithotit better team than the other If you want good ones see us at our hew place under Es sex Jewelry Store. Two entrances front and rear. siLLiAN harness COMPANY n 11 u n n u n 11 u P n 11 u n u Q c n 11 11 i 11 11 11 11 II II II II II II LI II II 'II IJ U n u a n 11 11 11 11 Safety First and Always of Hickor C.; announces the opening of a" New Iteries 1 922 "D" October 7th, 1922 You are invited-to take stock in this Series either for an investment or for helping you to Buy or Build a Home " Call at our office and let us explain the Building and Loan Way of owning your own home A limited amount of divident stock for lump sum i. vestment pays 5 per cent; dividends mailey quarterly U Fox, A,s, Sec. k Treal; C. Authorised Capital $5,000,000.00 es a Ci Q & EE Si a a a a a a a a a a a a p a a a CYRUS C.BABB Mex&?AM5ac. Civil Engrs. waterpower, Waterworks And Sewfitage Land Sub-division Highways aaWY. N. C. Cahmber Commerce Building Address: Granite Falls, N. C. Hickory Harness Co. Manufacturers of all Kinds of HAKNESS, BRIDLES, SADDLES, AND STRAP WORK Repairing a Specialty ; HICKORY, N. C. (.' W. JiBY, M. D.t D. C. hiropractor and Spinal Specialist Over, Essex' Jewelry Store Chirapractic Eliminates the Cause of Disease Phone 628-J REAL ESTATE INSURANCE I have some very desirable city and country property for sale. If interested, see, phone ox ; write-;" J. W. HOKE Hickory n. Car. FIRE ? FIRE Insure before it burns CITIZENS INSURANCE & . IveiALiTY CO. DR. GLENN RlFRYE PHYSICIAN Office over Hickory Drug Co. Hours: 10 to 12 3 to 5 7 to 9 Phone: Office 96 Residence 477-L FIRE W H, ITTLE, Mgr. Let ' Us Protect Yo p 5ftone 108 or 146-L FIRE Chase & Sanborn SEAL BRAND COFFEE Best Grown in The World. .Whitener & Martin We do All Kinds of Radiator Repair Work Johnson s Garage JITNEY SCHEDULE Hickory-Lenoir Jitney Schedule kcaye .Lenoir 8:30 p.. m. Leave Hickory 5 p. mr Arrive for No. 21 and 22. C E. ROBBINS. " : ; ; I M ave You a Dollar? a a m a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Si a a whilo ft?rt a Savins account now while it is on your mind. t , .Tn.e dollar has shrunk consi- ; Ste tht lays before theS out do not forget that there is" a ood ' deal of sDrimr to. ;t j ,00.a M9ms to get larger again. '.' ; 1 Kemember that as the dollars grow larger, they may also be harder to get. Now is the time to start a sat niCKORV M r , . aahier; L. .Cilie Mst cashier. s.