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W E P fi 3 D A V E V E hi ! h G , OCTOBER 2b, 1922.
THE HICKORY DAlLv RECORD
PJtGETHlteE
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TOMORROW AND FRIDAY'
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few
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MAY MURRAY
I "PEACOCK ALL
' By, Edits mi c! Goti-Mlsr
EASED OK A STORY 8Y.OUID14
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rocfc&c&ton
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Populace; Flees From -Thrace
"THE EYES OF
THEVMUMMY"
With' v".
r.; : Emil . "-Jannings '3,
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE
Atit'ct Attraction
. 'VOX NEWS
AND A ONE REEL CARTOON
. ; ., COMEDY :- ...
An;:ssioR... ...10c and ZUcA
MOHTE BLUE' iS LEADING MAN ! Swedish officials declare .
Tt5'lnafrnvvof I?.?r-U Arvf irlX' iM i' ' - BUSINESS IS (JOOD
.Zh riuckn )im,' Oct. 5. -The .most opti
1, i-ih tt-ciai quarterly -report, since
v.t.v has nist-been issued by one
v. c' ( 13 hopeful lir.es the Swedish
(v ti a.le has declaved that "the
- 'r mpviYo .Tfiw.. , ff . 4 "-astvial unci imar.aal sit-
" . .' ",cl,Li , feSK'iW 1 ar me s cycle
i WM k! 11 1 I ill 1 St- i.' . 1 . .
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if r4
Now- York nigM:Kfe
DON'T
."i'.ISS
k ... , ..A' ' 4 ::iJ' ani , ' ;'J.,J- -. .rV", , 'iho foreign office report, as usual.
AJJ.FON: C l.-.I-Jrc: t,k. uu uix; ur.lts ?5;vs iluded. ccniUt a conservative appraisal
ffri'? ' 1,1(1 situation as 'a whole. "It says
IB-feV hh, hhe Vvin- and summer of this
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noun1' 1 w . ! j " ii "iri, i "--' ' i" lii. ii iiniw m , m 1 1 i i ki'im iid .i 1 1 iiifiwi ininiwmwuw
03ESKaKEJSraS INTIdUSTINC ITEMS OF
g ti r-r, W EST HiClTOItY SECTION
S ,V "m-mS B r -! Tr'r '.El Since the ctJd;UwM iu mornings
g 11 OOcl- I'.ve ' started In Mr. --ET- W. Cody
1 ',.,,,;.. ' U f;iui Mr. R. li. Iiaiv.by)fthc machinists
S . 1 1 ,r' ij have hocn kept busv'' ve.';hing: coal,
m- ' ' , ;vr j. K lliHoh' hr Viecn unusu-
$t ' V' 11,1.1 Awl i'OX preVtr.U "-J ;.;:y bu.y Kn-nd!ihjr..'.i-ad'dt:iive'tili the
.-1;.l., .. , . q co.-ii 10 an ine ,na,nas at tne ivey
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vtt-r. Malcolm H'Yvci.'zie Robert
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in-- j Ui:.t Thurciay.TEcj?' report splendia
- v (Ti -rj , j. trttto' anl s-.atlTV crijjyefi (lie tn'iJ
r J 1 ' H 1 .rs Jolv,V,Zobi?rank and Oscar
-i-i.-..i Jy T.i:s-!;ey ppt'rie-n-v'aekjfnd with re-
. ... ,. ..' v .. - . ..V -0 i.ivcs at M yaxtnn ''.t.
U,'"-V-!. ., "!" !l Hupt. -J. L. :?rii-a, spent the weeic
y .l...iA .lV;-.;v. .i.m., . ; textile aociltlad he reports a
, ;;-''.;eU ..ut.trjliyn ; i.no time ar.S VhA'" number present.
a yAc. :: -vr. I tir.vti opw.y w ?vIr iJvrdrooRCRjlJOraper spent
Ati-niv;..;;-. -' :- - .1 f.:,Ur. day. and .. Sunduv here with rela-
t : lives . ay4frVliilni
r$ j. iU. ij. rwman ron o r t s tnat me
t ' IhY.rrU.1' 'AV prtFessing 'fine.
M w'trp-er attftai!
Of I lffC5; ton Caturday
i t- . c ; ,. f t lift
slarvinj.v "
f vfinirMr.
fa visitor at the Ivey Mill one day the
past weeK.
r"1 J A !:';-. "n
A i:i')ri;ioi'""ii? r.Dss' Carrio'Crockes
u .k 'A-i-'- . y young lad.'1 1 fi it'.nds 1 gaTer "her a" sur
U;ry !' ;I:c Norlh'.vel -prise" birUy y.j)jM rjyast . . Friday
iT -rnir4'U' - 'A .vfTlp i nV M naifdS lwft?f (Jth birthday.
" A There wa-, a -.Uue crowd of young-
uSJ,mZD.:Im.. people ' preif -.Crockett rc-
- "' ' rr;' -reived niary nice presents. from man;?
W L V L D I i friends tneJi-oT!4,3Tf)ople present
- i had .a nice '(imo,---'iJ .
The voup-.g,' people? held their mees
ir,r at thc.93TritgC!iWtt3 had been
prcvi.ii5ly"aT;n'futie8cT by' tha pasto-i-n
i hr Dallv. Record. The subiect for
di.-icuioa was, Resolved that Men
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BSilLrl,
BAKERS GARAGE
!)th Arenue , Hickory, N. C.
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have , teen :um tfjc'sful m 4the
cau-y of Christian Civilization than
women. Tiebreakers for the affirma
tive wertfe 01-e and Mr.
Leslie La:i;" the' negative was present
ed by Si'sa QixtimttMtzvnd Miss Ruth
Hum-ihnes. . We ,t to say by way.
fOffimci'.c -tnac r,iAere was a large.
crowd present'; ' in4 "seating capacity
cf the chapel wts-f jtietf 'Rnd the speak
ers en both side were fine. The speak
ers commencin-xrith Adam and- Eve
in the pardon of Eden pointed out the!
noted Bible tWrg&T3ffim Abraham
and Moses and coming down the-line,-to
the vvork Kof J?)hn 4he; Baptist anal
Christ and fne"AP.?sie 'ppa aiso nam,.
rnv haw witnessed a marked im
provemect iiifthe wood products, pulp,
and paper-trades, while the iron and
mechanical industries are moving very
slowly outof ".the depression. The tex
tile industry ; is - working up '? to fall
capacity and - .the ,, chemical factories
are ste?.dHy ; increasing production.
During : iJ22pfte's have in general'
been i'pradtically'stabilized, ' but the
tone',.j5' firm,, and '-there seems to be
slight tipward "trend' in some of .the
basic industries.
With regard to internal money and
bnnking?"conditions the undertone is
now confident, and the importance and
strength : of the three large -Stockholm
banking houses in which' Swed
.'.n'c Konl-imr evstpm is mainlv con-
eentrated is now the same as before
the war crisis. - - . .
Foieign trade shows strong activity.
Thus the total -exports of, lumber will
reach 1,000,000 -standards, which .rep-'
resents the .pre-war level, before, the
end of the year. "r;:?T- .,
The increasing trade with the Unit
ed States is hailed with satisfaction,
oenooinllv'na Vipw lines of exoorUhavc
recently been added to the staple com
modities. Large shipments or. oweutt.ii
cement liave been going to the Unit-
,1 Cfnf'a'e' frtf qflVWal WPekS fllld a high
I U A . . . .
quality 'of salted mackeral has also be
o-vin to move-in the i?ame curecuon.,
THE BRAKES OF THE GAME
"Yis, sor, , wurk is- scarce, but Oi
got a job last1 Sunday that brought me
a quid." ' . '', -
"AYhat Pat? Qu: broke the bat
.ba f- . -r -- -ji.'. T-i
' - Well , sor," is' wui me or wie ao
bath. Wan cf us had to be broke.
Melbourne Punch. '
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From tSo to beau,
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Before '
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Sa(S::s::::;Si;::-;
iTe your oh
Mended at the
SHOE FIXE RY
Best Leather Used
Best Work, Guaranteed
Under Singer Office
Two Entrances Front and Rear
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Quality Tires
. at : .,;
Gy p,? Prices
20x3 Pathfinder ....'..S 8.83
30x3 Cross Rib Tread ; .'$10.65
30x3 All Weather Tread $12.50
30x3 Cross Rib Cord . . $12.50
32x4 Cross Rib Cord .....$21.50
Every Year is A Good Year For
Goodyear Tires.
Standard Garage k
r ing all -tbp iVrtdy.h,Tistian wonjei
If an;! their workrohi thev also iiameu
iiany 'reat.and. gpdrlgpen.and wmpcj
n' bis't-cvy. ivi'tb'e .joat wovki jrvjy
hi. Refort:'.t!''.n"J-VlT ' the spealcfeJ
n;vl en;-v-l vatn Rc veia'ciors. Also -con-;
" ing -' dowVi - ThfougTi" history . they
hi ought out " 'malty grea works done
by many heroic Christiart 'men and wo
men com ing nyivrK7e;. line to the
world war ana the great "work of the
missionaries 6f Jtryjrpos-.to the .pro
sent. We, will ray-jiQ; "conclusion thaz
both -sides lef t rio" stdne unturned to
show that they-had-given their sub
ject thorough' study "ffcl'iV every co:-
-ceivable stanipfttHf.
I The speakers kept the large audi-enr-e
deeply interested during the
entire evening. Anw heard quite
a nnjnber in the S. fM audience say
that "they certlirnkis t&mght it was
.woiVlerful to hediA:the. young peo-
'ple make such fine speeches and that
thev greatly enjoyed alfthe speeches
Each sneaker. vnarlgy comph
lnentcd by.tkef' tM'isnds.
Pastor -Pyafvas' chairman and; at
the colse he remarked that the speech-,
es on loth sides, were unusually good
and th:;t -the,v subject ' '- had been
thoroughly discussed md that it would
be hard to decide which was the best.
I would be.,.gla.d ,tp ,give more of
the' details of the meeting but I don't
want to take to much -space in your
valuable paper, the Daily, Record.
5,'. 'WO'Z '.T.-J. L.
Sales Company
si
HICKORY, N. C.
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" "in ai ii ill ii lii i ' - 'I'.'fT ML . ...T
A tARGB 'ORDER
want a ; di csjf1 to "pit on around
the house." and ttbe,ladK ip the de
partment store.-: . " " " '"
"How larger i$yoflr house, madam?
inqu'ider'' the . new clerk. Hollywood
High School N?WS.'l!,J;G'y'J.:, : '-- A
:ff ROURf
II bprtscjcklitfCroupIsfrequpnUy
rclii vatttiyone application of?
V;Af wn Rvu n
'Over jy Million Jan Used Year', '
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' - r.ail' i rf in convention at Chicago
j j;:cl; d Vuit William Hayes as the
l wOi.st lA;n'.' .tcblcss and -"'broke''
1 ",iowi.-:jtfd-.-,!jt9 ir. - town "They
.., iihr. s;hae.-shampoo, bath
f unrt' irimmintfs and a new suit. On' t
, the strength . of m improved ap,J
:p?arance Hayes got a job..
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Your Banker Say
Not by fortunes but by littles. If you wait for large
amount the chances are that' you aie worth as much today
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as you will ever be
There is, no better way to begin than- to eome-in-to -
our Store and buy your Groeeries--and bank th"'Tdltferi'i"f-v
once. . - - - -1 ' -- - -
lelf Service Store
Next Door" to Western-Union-
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These peasants, all their belongings on their backs, are fleeinsfrom
'Thrace,- as the' Greek military forces and civil administrators leave to
make room for the new Turkish master, in accordance with the Mudania
' agreement. ; "' ' v
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Washington's Youngest Hostess
1 " " .II I I I WIMM
The youngest woman who yet has ventured., .to ait- -aaVtoostess for
AVa'shington society is Miss Elizabeth Hanna, daughter ol the late-Dan
Hanna and granddaughter ot auat iv iianna. :
! mp. -ys iV 4
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Graimi Drills .-.
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Plant and Fertilize at the
Same Time
;. Let us' Show you how a HO OSIER, a:
will save, you time and money they have ;?
a number of advantages over other types -;
and are built to-last a. lifetime. ;
Now is the time to plant. , '
' Conle inlockthem over.'V'.f':"-'"
Abernethy Hardware Co.
iv' t
Hickory, N. C.
Newton, Nv,C.
Record WantsAds Bring -Resulto.:vT11bcHiii
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He.will be in Bisanar's sHow win- .''S
do w all day playing .with precious
j ewels and listening to the 'people j
who guess his age. - ,r . - ' - K- j
And tomorrow nisrht Jimmy is
going to the;Rotary luncheon at the
Buttercup Tea Room as the. gue'st' of
a Rotarian. Toinorrow4night Is Boys
Night with Rotary and Jimmy WilTen-"
joy himself with the? other Hickory
Boys.
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Shuford Furniture Store. .r'ii
4 5 Ouess immv'sl acre and wiriTtHe- .-..iJ !
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