THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19
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STAN DARD pi
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wK iMT AD'S f ? ,f RESULTS jl
One Cent ft Word
THIS SIZE TYPE TWfl ClfNTS A WORD
Thi Size Three Cent a Word
All da cash ith ieOpy. Count the trorda hefore sending in your
. ti.r ' copy;-
FISH AND dYTERS FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY. CITY MARKET,
. PHONE 49. 10-19-2t.
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YOU HALL i shares, common. Ca-
tawba Creamery Co.; 5 3hares,
prefen wl Bine Ridge Cotton . Mills: '
"3 shares, common. Blue Ridge Cot
ton, Mills.' Flrfet -Security Trust
Company., Vi. 10-l8-3t
FOR SALE 1922 Ford touring car in!
good shape. Call Sherrill Cline's
FOR RENT One 4-room house, one
v6-room house. Apply to D. M. Boyd.
DON'T FORGET THAT THE BUT
1 tercup Tea hour is from 5 to 5
Sandwiches salads, iced and hot
APARTMENT FOR RENT on 13th '
, avenue near Lutheran church. Ap
; . ply Erh. Shuford. 10-17-3t.
FOR RENT Rooms for light house-'
keepinf. -2013 9th Avenue. Mrs. , Special meeting Hickory Lodge 343,
Minnie Sesbock. v 10-16-6t. . F. & A. M., tomorrow Friday
1 , 1 " ; ffth, 1 o'clock. Funeral of Bro. H, F.
LOST rEhgineers : note book. Satur- El'iott.
v -day ternoon containing field notes knight Templars please bring uni
and tables, either at Lenoir College tovmr.
football gftthe-br in Hickory; about ' f'v w RHTTTropn w m i
1 M . BViuHai VinHltr TfitilTTl tr ,
V fK ' ' aiv niiiuij awvw
Record office and receive reward.
C. C. Babb.
A few very desirable resident build-:
iriff lots, recently offered at attractive to bo held by all titled visitors who in
prices. If interested see J. Martini hevited their incomes. Robert Quillen,
WANTED At once, 15 cords dry oak !
wood for Longview high school., See
T. C. Wilfongat Piedmont Wagon;
Co.. or phone 18. 10-13-6t.i
FOR SALE A few very fine stand
; ard second hand pianos, player pia
. nos, and organs., Some Edisons fike
new at one half price. Kenyon Mus
ic House, 9th avenue. , ,10-13-tf,
A -U l..!IJ! . A 1 I
oiq uuuuinjr wiin lot oi.iiiwoa 1
farming and boards ample to make:
burn, cheap if quickly moved. J. C. !
.Martin.. ' 10-lG-4t-pd. j
ALL MAKES .OF PHONOGRAPHS
' : , and Talking .machines cleaned and
..repaired. Have Vour machine clean
ed and overhauled before the spring
breaks. Its cheaper. Piedmont Pho-
'. luwrmh Co. : 7-19 .
BUTTERCUP SUNDAY- DINNERS
! are' home-cooked, simply but at
t;iveJy . served. , .... 7 10-17-6t.
. . FOSlALE International ''.'one-ton
truwl Easy terms. Johnson's -Gar-;
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,iC1LE 1920 Hupmobile Touring
i ur. 'jJi v terms Johnson'' Gara ee.
lAVEtYOU TRIED A BUTTERCUP
Waffle Supper? nothing better.'
, , ! ' ,lft-17-6t
WANTED Floor show case' and
;', small used cash register. Sec D. L.
- MaiUn. 10-in-3t.
i Small farm wmit to trade for au
L CO W PA W V
for Each Insertion -
EXELLENT RROMS FOR RENT
close in. Large home, 12th avenue
.and 14th street. Phone 72.
vSecond hond- piano- in first class
condition tfeap price. J. C. ;Martin.
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FOR KENT Good store building
in West Hickory," opposite post of
fice phone 108, Citizens Insurance
and Realty Co. 10-13-HH.
7.UST REQEJLVED Car Red Cedar
k hi ngles -price right. A pair heavy
mules "4 years old in spring, easy
terms and low price. Fulghruni
Oats, Abruzzi Rye, improved Beard-
Je3s Fulcaster Wheat, home grown
high quality. J. E. Coulter Connelly
Springs, N. C.
10-12r 10t eod.
MMn A ,T.
TTi:Y oUR HOME MADE CANDIES
let rpium ftncl 'Pon'nt.nin flfinlro. .T
!tfnry Hill, 9th avenue 7-25-tf
I). L. MILLER, Commander.
Tho opinion that Americans are too
rnuch devoted to money getting seems
in the Richmond News-Leader.
Oh, forks' much ahtohiobile sense
fas scents! Washington Post.
"SeriStoress' " Secretary at Work
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; Georgia raericAVsgwpm'r work in t "rfei 4 tho
. UnaU, OiTe Builu.ny, Walitos:r:i. rilo tod o Mrs. Ft on. " thC
.NTfwi on. f Oct i' JS.iRW. Shuford
Jcitkiiia; the" "boy "cvitnsclist," ''who is
conducting a. revival meeting m Nortfi
Nr-wtDii . is drawina lance crowds
nifThtiy; The; larjre tent-has ' a seating
capacity of more ;thah 1,500 and it is
alied at every service, un bunaay
niffht, , despite - the very inclement
feather, the crowd was estimated at
2,000.' a Mi-. Jenkins , is an earnest
speaker 4nd . his sermons are Ri-eatly
en 'oyed : by 'the conpfresations.- Fot
iBvinldey of 'Cijfmerton, is leading the
MnRing. The Methodirt Sunday school
orchestra, composod of the following
yOung men, Floyd Price, liogo?' Har
vell, Joln i Thi'onburg, Gaston r Heav
ier, Henry. Gantt and H. II. Lowry,
?re akis'ting in the music. The. Meet
,ing will .continue. -or two weeks. .-This
young man recently closed a very su-
cesful meeting at Maiden,, when some
200 t)e)son3 we re converted. A He. has
Uso held successful meetings at Bry
s6ii '. City, Wayiiesville. and other
towns in Western North Carolina.
ReV. M. Jenkins is preparing copy
for a booklet, ' containing several of
his p.crmons. The Lowry Piunting Co.
'las been given tho order for 2,000
copicis aiid these will be ready forsale
by the time the meeting closes. '
Newton,: - Oet. 19 Mayor Gallatin
R.' Roberts, of Asheville, spoke in the
couvt touae- 'here last night, to a
good sized crowd.. The -meeting was
i-alied to. order by JustU;? C. Kuiisill,
Of the local bar, who introduced. Hon.
Y. C. Feimster,-' also of. the licai bar,
.vho very glowingly introduced the
orccful and enthusiastic address.'. Mr.
iobcrts was - a mamber of the legis
jaturc in 1911 and tlntrodui?pd the
-solution to gi c the women th3 right
' ote. Ho airo introduced the same
bill in 1913, 1915 an J 1917. He assail
i toss-rule in conventions and told
s hearers or ihc, wonderful record
f the demc-c-ratx party in North
Carolina. ' - . -" '-.'
Mayor Robccts will r.peak in Clare
v"icnt tonight. - . . v:
'ten. - C yi'e R. llcey, of .-'Shelby,
v'll addrc:j the vovers at ConoVer
cn-jv-cw nifcht. The Newton: conceit
',a-"l viil irnisli music for the oc
casion. '; . :-.
CONVENTION (.OMi'LETES ITS
VORK-'HER.E AND ADJOURNS
(continued from page one)
!:er was rifferiod to a future meeting.'
"Adoption .f c onstitution and canons
.'otcrniiig the work of the. tliojese also
n iiipertaht feature of the coiji
vention. - -: ' ,- .:; : :--. 'LiV ;;-'Wr.
'Bi&hon lloi-iiCi' . was assisted in his
address and charge to the convention,
n the forenoon by Kovs. Samuel B.
?troup and A. II. Stubbs. The bishop
?.old of stfee necessary stcs: which had
wen taken to form the v diocese Of
Western North Carolina, ad deelar-eif
iiat he was willing. ..to ' go forward
is long as the laity, would 'get behind
md push.- -.: '
One of the pleasing features of ar
njoyable luncheon at noon yesterday
vevo the tributes paid t,d the pioneer
Episcopal preachers of this section,
especially Rev. Alfred IL Stubbs, Revi
l. M. Joyner and Rev. V.. D. Lobdell
be latter chaplain at Oteen hospital;
CK FROST MAKES
... "Jack f rostj, put " in " his, off icial ap
pearance this morning and sent .-'-f oiks'
5 currying to their work with renewed
ep and energy as they hit the in
Igorating air, .
In some places the frost was: heavier
;-han others but the' 'general-predic
tion was that it was too light to
do very much Jiarm to flowers and
late vegetables, i rf y-"f''-r "
Towards noon the sun warmed the
atmosphere and the chill of the early
.nornmg wras soon forgotten
It doesn't take a President long to
find Out how a target, feels. Baltimore
SPEAKS AT NEWTON
OCTOBER 30 THROUGH, NOVEM
BER 4 TO BE CRIPPLE CENSUS
WEEK IN THIS STATE. ,
GOVERNOR APPEALS IN
- BEHALF OF CRIPPLES
Department of Vocational Rehabilita
tion and". Bureau of: Child VjTelfare
Wish to Get Names of All Physically
Handicapped Persons in N.'C. in
Order That They May Be Rehabili
tated; or, if Chfldren, Recftlv Treat
Raleigh. Every citizn should have
This is the basis upon which tho
Department of Vocational Rehabilita
tion of the State Department of Public
Instruction and the Bureau of Public
Welfare of the State Board of Public
Welfare are proceeding In instituting
Cripple Census Week which will be
observed all over North Carolina from
October 30 through November 4. Ths
nurpo.e ot thts state-wide census ,will
be to obtain the names of all disabled-
persons, children and adults, in North
Carolina who may bs aided by training
or treatment - v
.- Governor Makes Appeal.. : f
Governor - Morrison - has issued tht
following appeal to the people of North
Carolina to aid these departments in
taking this census: ' -
"It i the inalletable right of every
one of God's creatures td have the op-p6Hunitj"-tb
liv9 ixis or'lier.lii'e' as use
fully and as 'happily as:. possible; aad
since every "person has that rights we,
as citizens of a. great and benevolent
Common .veaich, owe' it . to those who
are phyBically Incapacitated to 4o all
within our power to either eliminate
or alleviate their instabilities, ; Jn the
fulfillment of this obligation, we : wlU
not only be of real service to the maim
ed and crippled but .will serve ur
"In order that as many of such peo
ple as possible within the borders of
our Stat may receive assistance that
will aid them In rehabilitating' them
selves I earnestly request the people
of North Carolina to set aside- the
period of October 30th to November
4th, inclusive,- as Cripple Census Week,
and urge thatt during that time, espe
cially, all our citiseng who may know
of crippled persona. aotif5r officials of
th Department f yocational Rehabili
tation of the State Department of Pub
lic. Instruction and Bureau : of . Child
Welfare of the State Department of
PuclJc Welfare vs-ho have these mat-
ters in charge. : f. -r: ; -'
" "By thus taking a census of those of
our people who are jmysically disabled
ofi incapacitated because of smne bod
ily impairment and whenever possible;
'securing treatment or, vocational train
ing for them, we will surety help : to
improve tho' usefulness and welfare bf
a' portion of our population which mer
i aid from those of us who are mors
fortunate. v ;;,
, "Through a census, the Department
'of; Vocational Rehabilitation may en
large its work in helping, the handi
capped man or woman help himself or
herself, and the B"reau of Child Wel
fare may widenits service by ascer
taining the number of crippled children
who need treatment and by aiding them
to receive it. - '
; . "Your individual co-operation is earn
estly sought. I feel that this appeal
will meet with sympathetic approval.
In seeking out the crippled of your coro
munity and giving theis names to the
superintendents of public welfarcv su
perintendents of schools, health offi
cers,'7 nurses, farm ' and home demon
stration agents, Red Cross and Y2 sec
retaries; you will help toward the re-
habilitation of this unfortunate portion
of our population and will increase the
general welfare of' North Carolina."
Those Eligible for Aid.
! Those eligible for. aid from the-Voca
tional Rehabilitation Department ar4:
'All physically handicapped' residents
of North Carolina of any race and of
jeither sex who are capable of being
.rendered fit to engage in an occupa
tion, and have lived i nthe state one
3ar or more. The assistance offered
to these is vocational training for a
suitable occupation, aid in securing
necessary artificial appliances and help
.in findin gsuitable work. Those who
are not -eligible are aged or helpless
persons requiring permanent custodial
care, epileptic or feeble-minded, and
others not susceptible of. rehabilitation.
-Ml applicants Tinder sixteen -"years of ae
will b . referred to. the Bureau et Child
Welfare. Those eligloie for treatment, ; su
pervised: by this Bureau; ' are" all children,
; hite ' ofr colored, under sixteen years f
asre who "are -lame," have defects :..in-' arm
or ler, or deformity or disease of arm,
leg1, or spine; . ',,-.-i '
s Social Agnts Tak;CnU8
I The census f the disabled I jc
county will be taken by the various social
asents there, i. e., superintendents of pub,
.uulte' suPrintendent8- of schools,
health officers and nurses, fairoiand homa
damonatiation agents, Red Ooss aW tM,
C. A. secre taries, Thw Rotary andjKiwani
Ouba of the State have already slnlfled
tkeir interest &nd witiinm... -f.tlt.
te proKram. -All citisens ara requested
to rafer -to some one of these uganta the
nameaddress and nature of disability of
anr Bh.Vslcallv ...vf ,i
1 is thought will profit b tril5inDr,S ;
child, bytreatment. At tho end of the
,mk,! uie anii, will
these, naies to H - L. Stanton.
01 . vocational Rehabilitation; who wlU j
! L i unfisB-- uoor it Miss
i rxiZ!'. Wrau of Child WUr. : rl io-
operation of,4fi jititri5 W isTotS
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- - ' 1350 123S j I
j V-.r .:. ; COUPE - . - 187S 1795 - -.- ,-- j I
, .- ' , SEDAN -' . - - 2095 -1930 i
. "" I i ! , , i f. e. b. Toledo 5
; JOHNSON'S GARAGE
1 - 7 TmvT-W' "W if HIP 1
-Thetask of .saving civilisation seems
rather hopeless when ic doesn't prom
ise an immediate and private profit.
- ' . S:- " - y
t A miracle of modern seinceoffering to every Vamily in this
community a bettfelieated home at lower cost V "
vt..ullvuCmUls ia unsay, on ,rae natural law that warm air rises -and cool air
i " fi r via
tl II ll IT" F lis I U TW-lt -
AberiielKy Hardware Co.
vicki-affiSfC. Newton, N.C.
spend so much time at the telephone is June and November. -AH the vest
that they have to tell each other how thirsty too unless you make via
tired they, are. Atchison Globe. . .' owniome brew. Life.
rdV' 'flows naturally to every part of the build
without resistance without waste
; The,: reason why so many women Thirsty days hath September, ApJ
- A" oDeaience to tnis law. UaloriU hear
Uniform heat distribution fuel saving- of
3 - to - convenience clean, healthful
heat are features that have made Ca
loric the most popular heating plant in
the world. More than 125,000 users.
- The CalpriC heats old or new homes of 18 rooms
or lesa Installed in a day. No plumbing, no
alterations, no pipes to freeze. The written guar
antee of the largest manufacturer of "warm air
furnaces in the world, and our personal guarantee,
assure your satisfaction or money back.
Investigate and learn , the advantages of CaloriC
heat for your home now.
tomobile. J, C. Martin. 10-16-4t-pd.
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