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SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 4, 1922.
THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE THREE if, i Hie Ksanar Store pg I . M - i r Service and Satisfaction ' You always get the best .quality, latest Styles and lowest prices. ; I -Expert repairing promptly executed. Geo. E. Jeweler and Optometrist. Watch inspector So. and C. & N. W. RysV 1 .tx-r-t-i'r Dr. E. -M. Craig will preach Windy City tomorrow afternoon 3:30 o'clock. at at Mr. Gordon B. Stewart of Charlotte, will spend the week end with his family on Eighth, avenue. o . Miss Jessie Byrd is spending; the week end with home folks at Mors-an- ton. GYPSY mine is THE' LX WILLING The widu green earth which to .wander; Each? path? yiat beckons I may fol low free, ' Sca.io2graj? sea. ." :'v Lut O,. that 'one walled small, .sheltered, .. Belonged .to me! STATE POLITICS DISCUSSED 151 MR. PARKER garden, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Ivev have as fl-io!. IT J? I n'V.fi" .r . aH i" Ui LIie Ah, once to know vamivua luueu scnuui iacuny. High on the mountain top I watch the sunset, Its. snelnchd': fires flare Upward and burn low. In Temporary Home'- I HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO General Insurance and Bomb T Oflc between First National and Southern Public Utilities Co. we weld it SURE IT DOES GOOD BAKERS GARAGE 9th Avenue Hickory, N. C. Quality Tires at "Gyp" Prices 30x3 M All Weather Tread $12.30 30x3 Cross Rib Cord ..$12.50 32x4 Cross Bib Cord ....$24.50 80x3 Pathfinder $ 8.85 90x,; Cross Rib Tread . .$10.65 Every Year is A Good Year For Goodyear Tires. Standard Garage & Sales Company HICKORY. N. C. Tbedford'i "Blac-Draught Liver Medicine (Vegetable) Praised by tjie , Head of a ' Louisiana Family. Lake .;CftaresU44V-"I don't know what we Would have done had we not had Black-Draught:. It sure is one oi the best medicines fiflde, and am sure the best liver medicine," said Mr. Henry Garrett, of this cityr ,"My wTRTaniilyuses it," .continued Mr. Garrett. 4 'M? wife says stte believes she kept off the , 'flu by takingdoses of Black-iDrauit;rularly. t "I. "myself, use Black-Draught Jor indi&estion, and it is fine. "Weifseif ipUls and tablets and other laxatives, but they never seemed to do us good, but the Black-Draught surrhas, and it has- come to our house to stay. We give it to our daughter for headache "I am glad to recommend anything that haa tnJtttTjfcfpr to my family that Black-Draught has. etrrA 14 tiro two boxtfs 6f -BiafckiDraught in the hduse now.' If your liver gets out of fix. take BlacIc-DtttijgfMHft wni help to drivt: the bile poisons and' other unhealthful i: nat ters out cf your system. Sold .evexymhere NC-148 Tuesday; November 7th, Tbeing a Legal Holiday,, the banks of Hickory,TT."C"rwill not be open for business. ... ' FIRST. JMATIQNAL BANK, CONSOLIDATED TRUST CO. FIRST SECURITY TRUST CO. PILES CURED VOHOUT TFIE KJSflFE -.l I have a system of treating and curing Hemorrhoids ' or , Piles ' md other rectal diseases. No cutting,' tytngBr'.'' ca uterizing. ' Treatment is painless, safe and sure. Does not detain tl le patient i moment from either buaines or pleasurie.. ko blending, -no iloughing; in fact no injurious after effect fejyi chaha-rter Ali i tense of weight or heaviness in the rectum" permanently removed. No leaving of lumps or scar tissue, but permanent removal of all existing tumors. The Rectum is left as-smooth. as fjree from irritation and as natural as when a child. ..', v O. L. HOLLAR, M. D. v RECTAL SPECIALIST V" Phones 275 and 319. v (A IJIICKCIRY, N. C. o Circle No. 1 of the Methodist church will meet Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with Mrs. B. P. Link.' o Mrs. Frank P. Stewart of Philadel- phi, Pa., is expected soon . to spend some time with Mrs. Gordon B. Stew art. . ' Miss Edward Clement of the Granite Falls graded school faculty is sperM- ing the week end with her mother, Mrs. . j-,. Element. Mrs. P. A. Setzer, Misses Louise and Kathryn Setzer and Miss Faye Eaton motored to Charlotte yesterday and spent the day. , , O s Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hplbrbpk went to Winston-Salem Jodiyip spend the week ena witn tneir daughter, Miss Margaret Holbrook, a student at Sa lem Academy. Down in, the ,twiiight lowlands dim and tender, ' , My own : hearth-glow1! : v Night .falls., A thousand stars look down upon me, . .. , But though from - inland plain to - ocean's foam My steps may roam, Une clear tixed star forever is de nied' me. : ..- . The lisrht cf home! . Josephine Johnson, from The Lyric HOUSEPARTY AT ROCK Miss Dorothy Ivey of the Greens boro College for Women and Mr. Leon Ivey of Trinity College are spending the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Ivey. Mrs. Connolly Gamble and son, Con- olly, Jr., left this morning for Reids ville to visit her father. They will vis it in Concord and Salisbury before re turning home. Mr. Brem Bonneriof Badin, who has been ill for several days at the home of his mother, Mrs. T. P. . Bonner on Twelfth avenue, is much improved and expects to return to Badin tomorrow evening. . Miss Janie Lyerly and Mrs. Patter son arrived Friday night from Smith field to spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs. E. Lyerly. Tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. Lyerly and guests will go to Blowing Rock. o Mr. and Mrs. Cyril E. Huffman, of Center, Mo., wrho have been on a visit to relatives in Raleigh. High Point and Salisbury, arrived in Hickory last ev ening to spend some time with Mr. and Mrs. Grover Huffman. Mrs. J. Worth Elliott, Mrs. J. O. Hull and Miss Frances Lentz returned last night from a delightful motor trip to Washington,, New York, Boston and other cities oi interest in the iNew England states. o The Y. W. M. A. of the Reformed church will meet Monday evening at o'clock at the home of Miss Hilda Whitener on Tenth avenue with Miss Whitener and Miss Sallie Bumgarner as hostesses. Miss Whitener will be eader of the mission study lesson. CLUB HIKES TO RIVER The Recreation department of the Business and Professional Women s club went on their regular hike last night with Mrs. R. C. Love and Miss Swicegood m the lead. The young wo men hiked to the river where a camp fire was built and weiners were roasted. Mr. K. C. Menzies was a guest for the evening and treated the young lad ies with a box of candy. The next out ing the club has in' view is an o'possum hunt in which it is expected quite a number will take part. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CLUB MEETS Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shuford and attractive guest, Miss Alice Evans of Shuqua lac, Miss., Mr.' and Mrs. Llovd Thompson of Lincolntori and Mr: Claud S. Abernethy formed ahousenartv at the Abernethy cottagef -Blowing Rock, tor the week end. '4 PARENTS ANI; TEACHERS FOR COMMUNITY WORK At the regular meeting of the" West Hickory - parent-teachej association yesterday afternoon itwas decided to ari'ouse an interest h 'tn community work and the president Mrs. O.Joe Howard was intructed tffi communicate with Mi. H. D. Schubert of Com munity Service in an effect to inaugu rate community activities in this neig- borhood.,.Mr. Schu'bertvull visit the school early next week with Mrs. Howard tc meet , with a committee and the principal in order, .to set a definite date for this first com munity get-together. 1"- r WITH MRS. RAMSAY The November business and social meeting of the Senior Philalethea class of the First Presbyterian church was held last night at the home of Mrs. W. B. Ramsay. Thirtv.two members responded to roll; ' call,l this number including several new members who have joined the class. s The regular routine olrbusmess was transacted after Which" many inter esting reports bearing oa the different phases of the clasi work were heard. During the business session Mr. Geo. W. Hall was unanimously elected teacher of the class. :t ' The social hour proved enjoyable and was featured with, a spelling contest. Dr. Craig and Dr. Ramsay were lead ers with" Dr. Craig s team winning. A salad- course with hot coffee was served at the close' of the meeting. . .. 1 ... WHY BUY A CHEAP PIANO, when forWlUaie more you can buy the KNABE, a piano that has been acknowl edged by all artists to be the World's Best Piano since 1831 ? If you will sign the coupon below ana mail to us) at once, we will be, glad to send you our handsome catalogue, with prices and terms on same. i tmi - i orf1 Maynard Brotibejs. Salisbury, N.. ,C Dear Sirs:-JPlease send me cat alogue, priced1 and ;terms of - the KNABE pianK' 7.) : (0 Name ' Postoffice . St. or R. FD. " fi ' ' - ' vc' State m iivf ' c" May nard Bros. ; On ''ThiursdaV- evening the Business" and Professional Women's club met in the Buttercup Tea room at 7:30 o'clock for a short business session. Miss Em ma Bonner, president, being absent on account of illness in the family, the chair was occupied by the first vice- president, Miss Ola Warner. Onlv business of a routine nature was transacted and the club adjourned to take part in the Community Ser vice program at the legion hall, prac tically every member present attend ing.'., - . . REHEARSAL FOR THOSE . i IN ARMISTICE PROGRAM Mrs. E. B. Mjenzies, Community Service dramatics chairman, an nounces the first rehearsal of all in dividuals and groups who are to take rjart in the Armistice df',T pro gram in cooperation with the American.-. Leerion. This , rehearsal will be held in the city auditorium on Wen npsHav. November 8th at 8:30 in. m It is necessarv that all persons bp hand promptly at this hour .which has been set so as not to interefere with prayer meetings. .... TEA FOR TEACHERS . 3IISS GOODE HONORED sv - One of the prettiest parties of the fall season was that on yestei'day af ternoon yhen Mrs. J. A. Courtney, Jr., entertaiMd at hearts dice in honor of her attractive houseguest, Miss Hel en Goode. of Lmcolnton. Five tables were arranged for the erame in the living room and music room which were handsomely decorat ed with huge chrysanthemums of the pretty pastel shades. After5 a "series of spirited progres sion, Mrs. George S. Watson, Mrs. O. H. Hester and Mrs. 0. Simmons tied for the highest score and in drawing Mrs. Hester received the prize, a box of correspondence -cards As honoree Miss Goode received a pretty linen handkerchief. To Miss Frances luck er, a bride to be of the slate autumn. Mrs. Courtney presented ; a bouquet of white chrysanthemums?.; ; v A., delectable two course luncheon in which a "pink and. white' color mo tif was observed. Was served by the hostess assisted ;hy Mrs. Connolly Gamble.. Mementoes of the occasion were pink "baskets filled with white mints. During the afternoon music vas uaA w tViP F.riison. Timcn pninv no- Mrs. (Jourtney.s ae- lightful hospitality in addition to Miss finnilo wpw Mesdames J. tl. iiesiei- ri.' Monnos. Jr.. .flarroll lC. Bost, Jr tlCiO. A vii J ? - ; uuuvii. v . , V. Garth, John Geitner John Bon- annon, E. Wr vaiton, v. Qimmnns rinnnollvtGambTe, Macon M Williams of Lenoii, Russell M. Yount ffnrinss. Frank Mar- tin, Gertrude Finger, Frances Tuck er and Mabel Miller. Mr$. E. N. Can- was a guest for; luncneoiw , :! , : " WESLEY BARRY IN : "SfHnni, DA-YS" PASTIME MONDAY (Continued from page one) m control oi aftairs gets the idea that ipublic office is a - public snap and a machine is built up to dish out uie omces. Hesaid Watts was head oi tne Uemqcratic machine and Kitch m and Max Gardner, knew its power, w itn the exce-ption of the good xuaus. program, Mr. Farker said the Democrats could not point to any real thought .in 20 years. He said the. exe- cujave department of the state is notonously. inefficient, that , nobody Knows ; how much the "state owes anil when it will pay. Later on he said the I c n4-,. 3 . 1 1 . i nia wuu.u issue Donas, and more Donds. ihere is too much extrava gance, he said, and asserted there was no provision for retiring bonds. .The state needs a new tax system, Mr. Parker asserted, declaring that the present system had shitted the burden from, the railroads to".. the farmer. The farmer ought to be en couraged. He said that the burden of taxation in strictly agricultural coun ties was much heavier than in coun ties, where there is much manufactur ing. Caswell has a rate of S1.fi! nnfW revalution and Mecklenturg; 71 cents. Catawba has 81 cents and Forsyth, Guilford and Durham counties, other large centers of industry, have small tax rates. We need a new tax system so as to relieve the farmer of a burden that i 5 driving him to town. - Without .taking; into account North Carolina's extreme poverty for many years after the civil war arid its inabil ity, to promote education or anything T if- n.i -. . ..i . , . . I eist, mr. .ranter saia tne - state was far behind Republican states in tha north and west in education. He quot ed M.iss- Elizabeth Kelly as 'saying that cne-fourth of the white men in the state could not read thir own tickets. The state, which stood next to South Carolina a decade : acn. is now fourth from the bottom, he said, m showing what he called lack of progress. , Mr. Parker said he was not asham ed of the poor bifner i who- cannot read but he is ashamed of the. educa ted people who have closed the doors to him. The best inestment a . man can make is to train his mind. Here he showed that the state was there with the goods at Bethel, Apjpo mattox and the Hindenburg line, where the would-be conqueror of the world was sent into exile. The state has to have a new educational system and the people must have a say in the appointment of school boards, he as serted. The state must show as much interest in the boy and girl in the country as in the boy and girl in town, Mr. Parker said. He said he would close his speech with a sermon from the text, "Thou shalt not steal," but stated frankly that he did not believe Democrats and Democratic registrars were dishonest only the election law is wrong, and the opportunity for fraud is present. Here he appealed for the Australian ballot so that a voter could cast his know how he stood. 'i ' Mr. Parker. 'condemned the placing of- Catawba in a senatorial dis trict with Iredell with its 1.800 De mocratic majority, and said that wasi done to punish Catawba. He urged Republicans to stand together . and elect Yates Killian, saying that he would be worth much to the county and state at Raleigh. Appealing directly to the farmers, Mr. Parker closed his speech by say-. ing that the Democrats did not heir! them in 1915 and in 1920, but the Republicans had. He Urged a Republi can victory in this county in behalf of conservative ideals. Most of the Irish, according to Mrs. MacSwiney, are "for De Valera." What the meant, we suppose, is that most of em are after hm"1-- Richmond Times. SECRET OF A GOOD DISPOSITION Mrs.- J. O. Moore entertained with a delightful tea yesterday afternoon at her home in Kenworth in honor of the teachers of the South graded SChOOl. , . . ' : .. , ". . The home was lovely with attractive decorations of bright fall flowers in cluding beautiful .chrysanthemums. Many games and stunts were engaged in after which Mrs. Moore assisted by her two daughters and Mrs. R. J. Rev ely servedHea, sandwiches,' pound cake and mints.- '."", A number of the neighbors were m- 't a livine-" breathing soul who will not thrill to the pranks,the disaDpoihtments and the joys of Wes u, Rami in his latest, screen play, Gus Edwards' "School Days," which will be shown at the Pastime Theatre monaay font cvprv mn-nndi woman who ill C V V .T . remembers the kid fdays f; yesteryear uHll tr oat over the inimitable charac terization of the frecklefaced screen star. Never has he been seen in a pno toplayfthat gives him the widest scope to display his ability as a luminary. -" The storv deals with a' small town boy who, through tte good graces of i wealthy uncle, is &ent ffoi a private school in the east. The pranks that he performs among his small rural fr-la'nA hn filsn nerfoms among his wealthy circle. But to tell you the story in full would be spoiling your entertainment. ThecastIS excellent nnH th. ricture is a screen classic Don't fail to see- this wonderful .come dy! Cotn-tf'g-rttf tffflg all tHe "kids." A woman who carefully safeguards aer health benefits her disposition. She will be happy and attractive to all. The world unfortunately is filled with swefet women who areunhappy be cause they are held back from use fulness by troubles so common among them. Fretf ulness and nervousness de stroy good dispositions, bicxly, au- worn-out women cannot make nappy homes. . Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound .is a safeguard of women s nealth. This is clearly proven by the many letters we are continually pub- ishinsr in this paper, from women who have been restored to health and hap- ninhss - bv" - its use after years ot sui- iermg. Why don t you xry n i , Adv. WORECINO G1BLS LOOK HERE Read What Mrs. Lucas Writes Con cerning Her Troubles, Which May be Just Like Yours St. Louis. Mo. "I had troubles that all women are apt to have, with pains in my DacK,weaK,urea, nervous teelmgs ana a weak . stomach. I had been, this way about a year and was unable to work or stand on my feet for any length" of time. My husband's aunt told me how much f ood Lydia E. Pink am's Ve getable Compound had done her and beeeed me to try it, so I did. All my pains and weak ness are gone, my stomach is all right and I do my work at home and also work for Swift's Packing Company. I recom mend your Vegetable Compound to my friends and you may publish my letter as a testimonial.'' Mrs. Lulu Lucas, 719A Vandeventer St., St. Louis, Mo. Again and again one woman tells an other of the merit of Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, " t You who work must keep yourself strong and well. You can't work if you are suffering from such troubles. Mrs. Lucas couldn't She tried our Vegetar ble Compound and her letter tells you llSllllllllllllllllllll III . 4 I lit Jsl Lloyd George of late seems to be what it dd for hen qiYe lydia. nnk- YOUR this m a in tlii is The purpose of store is to per useful function community -We like to think of the store as the tive of its customeirs: the markets of the wdrld m expert in Duyiog your -store sees to tohatvthe goods r6aching::y tfuh- are priced, honestly made, correctly fashion ed. - fairly Only honorable -leaders Schaff ner leaders Hart like & Marx en ter the community thru this store. Mo retz- Wh itener The Quality Shop Clothing Co nfSSIEiSiii 3 JULES BRAZIL BS: : - . - -' mW" v k m.-j. . . . . iinrniY mi r 1 1 - " i ' World-Famous Kiwanian who is to be guest of Hickory Kiwanis club at ladies1 night next Wed nesday evening. Mr., Brazil is ratej3ras pjieof the ? :.i SALISBURY 71vC. VI EMPIRE BLOCK