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WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 18, 1922.
PRGETWO THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD Hickory Daily Recosb Subscribers desiring -.tfce address of their paper dunged wOl please state in their eonunnaication oth OLD and NEW addresses. To insure efficient delivery, com- platota ehould be made to the Sub scription Department promptly. City subffcxibers should call 187 re gardutg complaint. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Tear $6.00 fBr mail. 14.00: 6 months, 12.00) Bbc Months ...... $20 Three Months I25 Go) Month -5 One Toek W Sniered as second-class matter September 11, 1315, at the pcatoffice m jffiebxty, N. C under tfee act of Ma & 187ft. lii Associated Preses is exclusive ly entitled , to the use of republic tkm of all newa credited to it or Mbt credited in this papa and also tho local tews pnousncu nerein. 'mmmm PLEASURE IN PLAY - It was )Vprdsworth who observed that men hre only hoys grown tall. It was an observation of a poet, one would judge; who never frolicked much Junnelf, but who liked to watch chvl drey play; who loved flowers and peo ple, and who would stop in his walks to , observe the doings of people. He made his observations after careful study. r. ,4. .TtT'p at Aslievilie" some time ago one itj,t)iM Confederate leaders boosted tli'jit h'.s county had the' best hors?sh6e pitcher .iu.' the. statu' and challenged other v'Ut;iiw to a same of quoits. Thce men have all passed tl:rec score and ten years. Wu know iiiite a few people if ovy, but we do not know a man, wo or. child who does not like play something. Some men say their w in play to them and they do rive their greatest happiness from doing it.' Oth er;i take tp cards at night, and quite a Tew play with their children and other children in the neighborhood. They like it. Evcrybody wants to play at some- thing during spare hours. Everybody both British and French. As closely as is using time in some form of recrea- Possible the regulations in Palestine and in Syria will be harmonized in lon . v ' order that archeological research may Iickory pcopl have just jttow op- follow parallel lines. . portunities to play under the direction The most important work of this t of a young man who has made it his ort to be undertaken in Palestine U business to instruct in innocent amuse- the investigation of the ancient City . . , . if David on Mt. Ophel, -which lies nent Those evenings at American leg- soulh of fto J Jc;usalcan! The ion hall are not dull, as many are be- Palestine administration has recent ginning to learn. They are jam full of ly issued invitations to all the cbun- f un. Those who attend are having and giving pleasure. ... ....u 1- .1 . r....,,..i A..V-1V uuK.ii lu ue v a uuituxvu on hand at the next play night. There's room for even more. Those who think I it's not fun to pass the ball, play fox and hound and chase around the ring like children used to do are invited to be present next meeting. WELCOME Hickory was pleased to entertain the primary convention of the western diocese of North Carolina and to have f.. I as!its guests, Bishops Horner and Pen- and other ministers s and laymen who are here for the organization of the new diocese. The officials in the Eois- copal church do not need to be told ' n,u;u n e i n &t which, the Rev. Samuel B. Stroup is rector, has played a prominent part in the making 'jbf. the ilew diocese pos- sible, but peifSohs "at large may be in- tcrested in knowing that the influence . , , . , , . of the local church has been consider- able. We trust the clergy and laymen here today and tomorrow will like Jlickory, which extends a cordial wel- come. The action of the First. . Nftnal Hanb in providing $150,000 to be lent 1 s for construction of houses in Hickory should give impulse to the building movement this winter. Tia loana will be made continent the borrow t,iviiiK wt nv uwns mrougn me Duiia- ing and loan associations, which have been pushed beyond their capacity. In i,iT-- .,1 ' kix or eight months the associations will bo able to handle the demands, bat like associations elsewhere they . have more calls than they have ready cash. 1 he bank will help materially. i . ... ' . . . We see whore an English professor advances the theory that man has no mouI but i merely a nervous machine. This scientist also declares the time may come when human beings may be created in laboratories, and the clergy Tare said to take the declaration phil- v0V4vajr lucivn iiu call XOi iny- body to get excited over such doctrine. If it should prove true, it would do no harm and most of us have enough to worry about anyway. According to custom, the president Jiaa -written a letter praising his con EDITORIAL General Pershing paid North Caro lina a distinct compliment at the State t fair in Ralegihi yesterday when he told I cheering thousands, "when I hear peo ple talk about Americanism, I am go ing, to tell' .them to conic down - to North Carolina and see it lived." The general already was popular in this state, but his fine words are calculated to make him a greater hero to the peo ple of a state which boasts nearly 100 per cent native stock. . honey and, in spite of their fondness So far as we know the most mvpor- oy it very seid0m buy it. tant thing in North Carolina during Of course, the point of the whole the week is the football game in Ral- thing was that honey has never been oigh tomorrow afternoon. More peo- advertised as it should be; but how -j strange is the fact brought out by tn3 pie will see it than have ever witness-j witer that an article of food so de. ed a similar event in this state andlrjcjous anJ so universally approved more follu will be asking about the; should, for any reason whatever, fig score. About 24 persons from Hickory lure so little in thedaily lives of pco ... . . . , i pie. One would think tnat long ago Will UtS Ull UIC atuviAiibu. . Rev. C. S. Kirkpatrick's, congrega - lion have treated him well and he has donewell by them. In raising his salary, they complied with the injunction to pay the laborer the worth of his hire and in presenting him with an automo bile they attempted a measure of their appreciation. The French are polite people, but they have tho art of rubbing it in down to a fine point, as Lloyd George will swear under his breath. Poincarc now claims to have kept England out of war. iHon. A. Craig Shuford will speak at Newton on. Friday night on the ques tion' of finances, which has always been a bother .to newspaper folk and tarn) era. If you don't thinkatawba is re gardr-s3 battle d, try to re men 1 botriuea ! Springfield Republican. To Gri;itiBritain, under the terms of the mandate for Palestine, falls the responsibility for safeguarding the historic i monuments of the country, and a provisional law for that purpose promulgated. It in now to be modi fied to conform to the lessons of ex- perience and to the .advice of experts, tnes, a"d communities represented in raiesune, ynrougn consuls ana arcn- eological. representatives, to partici- pate in the task. The invitation states: "It is considered that a work of such importance, on a site whose memories are sacred to many nations, should not be intrusted to the resources, however ample, or to the , laborers, however devoted, of a single scientific insti tution, or nation. It is a work in which all should share." Including certainly, the compatriots of Schliemann. For a long time the site of the city of David was in dispute, and excava tions have been made in three differ ent places, by Dr. Bliss in 1896, by Capt. Parker in 1909, and by Weil in tAiA mi 1 . liliS- xnG Slie 18 now nown, ui great paiace 0f David and probably the tombs of the kings of Judah. It is hoped thit the entire site may be laid Id ')ar ana Presc , as an msU)ncal S iviuun ui ii'iuauK'iu, . m ' popular interest this enterprise wilJ coursc 8ttfpa3g tIle impoant work already being dont, as for ex- ample by Americans at Beisan and by lhy British at Asealon. From this fnt .f view the cvavation of the city of David may fairly be' com- pamT with -the researches at Troy and Mycenae. , It is certainly an un- fiertakwig to which America. may be a a n u a a in n u cxI,0C.teU to. contribute generously, in a ourryiijg on uie woik as wen as in support of it, and by international co-operation on a large scale and a a with a good plan this may be made a modcl o g'l research. CONWAY TEARLE ' PASTIME TODAY The feature attraction at the I'as- Ll a n t.W H Masquerade" is from u story byilJ Edward J. Montague. Winfred West in rn -William , S. Hart), in 1 lortncc Billings- and Arthur House-U vn n r, i jj. j n atraction Fox News. n a a Take n a a a n I! ii ii u ci u u n sKver', Uwwmpt iniutioiu. Demand ; ((JotaLs for the s?uniein lucand 35c pack get bearing bov trad naark. ' . A - . u HONEY AND ADVERTISING Charleston News & Courier'. A writer on advertising not long ago brought out an 'interesting fact abouL honey, namely, that nearly, everybody likes honey and yet comparatively few people buv it regularly. The adver tising writer said that most peopte i "y haty only wh n th y ha :c i , a u Jw.i . o" . h j .i'ey Oil minds' them of its existence; but lack ing some such accidental reminder, as this most of them most of the time forgot that there is such a thing as ' honey would have ' had its need ot 'advertising and that it would have j been cept steadily in the mind of th J public and that the demand for it would tie so active ana tne consump tion of it so great that it would be a staple produced in large quantities and available at a low price; that there would be bee hives at every farm house and that here and there all over the country there would be bee farr.13 devoted mainly to the pro duction of honey. "What we eat is said to be mainly a matter of habit and these habits are: not easily changed. Certainly, how ever, when one comes to think about ; it, it. is a remarkable thing that the habit ; of no t eating honey, which most human beings love to the point of adoration,' has been allowed to per sist so long. SANE GREY PICTURE PASTIME TOMOKROV A Sane Grey picture: "When Ro mance Rides" with Claird Adams, Carl Gantvoort adapted from the novel; "Wild Fire" will bo the feature at traction at the Pastime tomorrow and Friday. The children will find, it a picture they can understand and ,-p-preciatc and it's the sort that makes for better and purer men and women. Added attarction Pathc News. HALF AJEKTURY Oklalioaiaa Fraisss Black-DraogLi, Having Used It "Caa Safely Say for 50 Years." Orandfield, Okla. One cf tne best known farmers of Tilman County. Mr. G. W. Tisdale, who owns and manages a wagon yard here, says : "I have used Thedford's Black Draught 1 believe I can safely say for fifty years. "I was born and reared In Texa3, Freestone County, sisty-four years ago. I have been married forty-four years. My father used Black-Draught before Z was married, and gave It to us . . . -"For forty-four years of my married life, It has had a place on our medi cine shelf, and is the only laxative, or liver medicine, we use. We use it for torpid liver, sour stomach, head ache, Indigestion ... I don't think we could get along without it, knowing what it has done for us, and the money It has saved. It is just as good and re liable today as it was when we began its use. My boys use it and they are satisfied it's the best liver medicine they have ever used." Thedford's Black-Draught la purely vegetable, not disagreeablo to take and acts in a prompt and natural way. So many thousands of persons have been benefited by the se of Thedford's Black-Draught, you should have no hesitancy In trying this valuable old well-cf;tablished remedy, for most liver and Btnmach disorders. NC-139b. Yoder-CIark Clothing arid is ehjoying himself among the Faultless Night Robes. You will feel at home, too, in this popular store. Visit this store ioday and guess Jimmy's age. You may be awarded the COZY-GLGW HEATER to be given away by the Southern Public Utilities Company for the best guess. Juicy the f m a, -in Save the p wrappers Good for valuable premiums C3: PI ay : Football These little invalids at St. Martin's they're entitled to the fun of football i And they play, a good same.! . r . wi iww mm uacj aw mo, mi ltd KU v?w -3 fmwr 1 ' ,1 W "A 'jU Is pleasantly situated today. He is the guest of -Mt.l Fruit, Peppermint and Spearmint are certainly three delightful flavors to choose from And HIIBLErS P-K the new sugar-coated pepper mint gum, is also a great treat for your sweet tooth. All are from the Wrigley factories where perfection rule. on Crutches Homo. Pvrforfl v.nia as well as their sound brothers? B ' liHi' HI ompany DE Safe A SAFE Deposit boxf is yoiir protection, against ; A the loss of valuable papers and articles of rare valued If you have experienced the loss of a treasure either of sentiment or of more substantial worth, vou will appreciate at once the service we have tq offer or their preservation. Visit us at any time4 We will delight in showing you our Safety Depart ment and acquaint you with its many fine advan tages. , ' ff '' . '.. ' - CON3OILIPATE,P Hickory Lodge No.343 ab'ultij Communication First and , Third Alonday nights ; . Brethren cordially invited to be . present E. H. SHUFORD, W. M. W. L. BOATRIGHT, Sec - Dave Yonr ' ! I TO TOPPING AND UPHOLSTERING Done At, . 1 v HICKORY AUTO & TOPPING COMPANY Chas. B. Goodman, 6th Ave ? : " Bakers' Garage Phone 353 Geo. E. Bisanar DOCTOR OF OPTICS Error of, Refretion"and all Optical defects corrected with properly fitted glasses . Office and examination room in connection with Jewetry store CYRUS C.BABB Mem. Am. Cocf Civil Engrs. Waterpower, Waterworks And Sewerage Land Sub-div jsion , , Highways . nicrbuYc: Cahmbef Commerce Building Address: Granite Fa11j K f! - G.kABY:Af. D D. C. Chiropractor and Spinal Specialist Over ssex Jewelry Store ChirapractiV Eliminates the Cause of Disease . . Phone o28-J IRE 0 ;pIRE -iJif btfore it burns mZENS INSURANCE REALTY CO H? LITTLE, Mg, ' I's Protect You rnone 108 or 146-L j FIRE 146 L We Wfyll Kinds of Radiattir Repair Work Johnson's Garage PHONE 377 9 : ill - . ' . ' " ' : - tor New Homes i KJf buddmg.in Hickory, The mtoST1 has arranged to and rSn Hund and Fifty thous- S&tobSafa tirothS ?PP4ic.?ion ?has been ap ' SiiLthe Bm-ldingand Loan As you need noti wait until - mMuP tcrniake the loan to. Su ?he nTS- Thls hank will lend woricat S a you n begin with us ; paU ln talk it.ov- solirst National Bawl - - HICKORY, POSIT (Company For first class shoe repairing of all kinds come to LINK'S SHOE SHOP 1019 13th Street Next Door to Standard Garage J. C. DeRHODES Notary Public Telephone 94 I 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 Hickory Harness Co. Manufacturers of all Kinds of HARNESS, BRIDLES, SADDLES, AND STRAP WORK Repairing: a Specialty .. HICKORY, N. C. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE I have some very desirable city and country property for sale. If . r inteiestea, see, phone or write J. W. HOKE Hichory. - N. Car. i DR. GLENNR.FR YE PHYSICIAN Office over Hickory Drug Co. Hours: 10 to 12 . 3 to 5 7to9 Phone: Office 96 Residence 477-L Chae & Sanborn SEAL BRAND COFFEE Best Grown in The - World. Whiterter & Martin JITNEY SCHEDULE Hickory-Lenoir Jitney Schedule Leave Lenoir 8:30 p. m. Leave Hickory 5 p. m. Arrive for No. 21 and 22. E. ROBBINS. N C. II a a Cress. ,;. "