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'THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 16, 1922.
TAGE TWO THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD Diceory Daily Kecosd CslMcribcn desiring tbi addrcu ef thtfar pP changed will plMM state in their communication both OLD and NEW addrtsMt. To iuure efficient delivery, tern- plataU should bo made to the Sob goixrtioB Department promptly. Cty ittbocrlbere ehouH eall 167 re- Cazdlaa connplalnta, BUBSCRIP1ION BATES Oaa Year H-W Bt mall. $4.00 s 6 months, $2.00y Che XXontha . 12.50 Three Ufentha l.5 Dm Month M One Week - Entered ai lecovd-elait matter Centember 11. 1918, at the ppetofflce at Efekonr, N. C tndcr the aet of Marti t, 1879. TS Aitoclated Preici Is exclusive 1 - a tor esctied to the nee ox repuoiica im al aS aewe eredlted to It or Bet credited In this paper and also fe local newt published herein. MR. RHYNE'S VISION In making his $300,000 ?if t to La noir Colteee, Daniel E. Rhyne said: feelj that I can do nothing finer in my life than to see that for years to come boys and girls of North Carolina have a chanoe for a Christian education, and I especially want to see that the poorer boys and girls receive such a chance Our state has a splendid future. dori't doubt but that it will be the leading state in the south. In order to be that we must not only make in vestments in material things, but we must now make investments in the far more important things of Christian character and training." Outside pf Lenoir College, Mr. iRhyne has done a great deal for Lutheran churches and other church enterprises throughout the south. His total gifts to the Lutheran church in the last four years are considerably beyond a half a million dollars. WILSON COMING BACK David Lawrence believes that Wood row Wilson is coming back to power in the United States. The elections last week acted as a stimulus, this writer ays, who believes the 'former presi dent will regain his health. Mr. Wilson will 'never be a candidate for president again which nobody should mourn but-iif ho recovers his health suffi ciently he will bo able, like Cleveland and, Roosevelt to direct the country's thoughts in a large way. With the German cabinet down and the Turks rampant in the near east the world needs a leader who can show it the way. The Record is convinced that the United Skates can best serve the world by enlarging on its ancient policy of fairness. That means a clean house for itself and timely aid to the othei families of the World. OUR HIGHWAY CELEBRATION The suggestion for a celebration or the completion of the Catawba linl of the Central highway will meet witl the approval of the wholo county Hickory would be glad to entertain th celebrants but it is willing to hol" the jubilee at the point where it will be most convenient. Officially Hickory has taken action, Mayor Yount laving been authorized to cooperate wit. other organizations. It h just abotiJ time something is bein-r done abou; two more links in the Central highway that from Newton to the Catawbr river and that from the river ti. Statesville. If there's any chance oJ putting that over, it should not be overlooked. Hickory and Lenoir College are due congratulations. If there is anybody in this city who has failed to appro 1 L ll- .11 m . . m m cisie me coitege, ne ougnc to Begin to realize its importance to the com munity and state. The institution i: winning recognition ; everywhere, at , witness the Daniel E. Rhyne gift and the plans of the. Lutheran church Ths; recognition has come ns a result of merit oyer a long period of years There are few characters In the whole country like J. 'Mdn?-o Allred, whose originality, the Record Is quite sure, is most appreciated by those who' know him best. Mr. Allred has a fund of humor, which he employs on occasion, as witness his Old Virginia Reel story in New York, and crets away with it abroad as well as at home. The town of Granite Falls, with another new mill, with 40 cottages going up in one section and 40 more to be built at an early date is pushing forward rapidly. Those who see the town from the Lenoir highway see only about a third. Granite is on a boom. Men of sense have long' since learn ed that they do not chrry away with them from this world any more than they brought into it. r is alive to the railroad needs of the mountain section and it will extend an invitation to the special railroad committee of the general assembly to I consider connecting links from Uidge mont to Tennessee. Iredell county' probably "will push a hard surface road from' Statesville to Lookout Shoals. This road is the shortest between Hickory and States ville and a good sandclay road now extends from Hickory and Newton to the bridge below the power dam. Most of us realize of course that Hickory is in position to make a record .growth in the next few years, but it will not get half as far as it should unless all of us pull together. That's the main thing in community growth. The new year soon will be on us aain, and it is time to ttfck in terms of this community. Wl-ut are we go irio- to do collectively for this city e and section in 1923? All tfip cross roads :r. this, section of the country are now fairly good One can run almost anywhere and be sure of fine highways. Money spent on roads is well spent. What is Hickory going to do for itself next year? . . ' STATE ELECTION RETURNS SHOW DEMOCRATIC GAINS Raleigh, Nov. 16. .Colonel A. D. Watts found himself wron with his election return .tabulations for the first time in his long career of hand 'ing the mathematical side of politics. His estimate of two days ago, when he listed the majority for the de mocratic state ticket at 70.CO0, was 15.000 short. He thinks the newspaper retun:3 failed to list the county majorities as large as they really were, or the "esults may have been so unprecedent d that the most mathematical of ooli 'ical mathematicians found difficulty 'n crettinpr the count straight. The colonel's revised estimate of "he majority, which he avows is with- n a few votes of what the state board f elections canvass will show, is 34,000. It mav run to 85.000 or it nay not pret higher ::ian 83.000 but 'ie is postfve it will be within these "igures. That is seven or eifriit thou sand creator than the 19?0 record naioritv, whereas the previous esti Tfiate placed the 1922 majority 7,000 belnw 1920. The 84,000 majority is for the state Licket. Colonel Witts would not be surprised to see the majority based n the maximum democratic vote in ich county approach a hundred thou sand. Official returns from 79 couniies rive the democratic state ticket a rajoritv of 71,000. The other 21 coun ies wiU'o-ive an additional, 13.000 or 15.000. Based on these official rc 'nirns the total democratic vote will ie 225,000. and the republican 141.000 Seventy-three per cent of the 1930 lemocratic voters went out to the poii the last election day while only 60 ercent of the 1920 republicans turned -ut. The constitutional amendment wo "50sal increasing the pay of letrisla "ors, lost hv three or four to ona. Charlotte Observer. 'APANESE RECORD BROKEN AT UNIVERSITY MEET Tokio, Oct. 25. A new All-Japan ecord was established in the iiiscus hrow by Morioka Waseda University, n the finals of the intercolicgiate 'ield and track meet. The throw was 'or 32.65 meters, breaking the pre vious record of 32.32 meters made by to, also of Waseda, this spring. NOTICE OF MORTGAGEES SALE fORTH CAROLINA, :atawba county. Under and by virtue of the power contained in the mortgage executed by ?ecelia Wilfong and husband Ezekiel Wilfong to the undersigned motgagee m August 6th, 1921 and recorded in ;he office of the Register of Deeds for Catawba County in Book 139, Page 118, and default having been made in "he payment thereof the undersigned vill sell at public auction to the high est bidder for cash the following de scribed property: v Beginning at a stake on Henry Bost's 'ine, which stake is 125 feet East from '3th Avenue, (formerly called Bob Street), and running South 1V& West, i new line, 60 feet to a stone; thence South 85 West,.with Clarissa Shu- lords line 125 feet to a stone in the nargin of Bob street; thence North :V2 Jtast bO feet to a stake; thence Morth 85 Va East 125 feet to the noint f beginning. Being the west half of ;hat certain lot conveyed bv E. B 31ine and wife to Alex Bost by Deed iated October 22, 1917, and registered n uooK 84, rage 30, Office of Regis .er of Deeds for Catawba County, Norm Carolina. And by u. K. Wootten, Trustee, under foreclosure proceed ings under a Deed of Trust executed bv r lorence uosi to tne First building and Loan Association, by that certain Deed dated April 17, to the Elliott Build ing Company, Which Deed is recorded in Book 121, Page 194. Office Retris ter Of Deeds for Catawba County .North Carolina, and by that certain Deed of the Elliott Building Comoanv. to Ce celia Wilfong and Ezekiel Wilfontr. her husband,; 2nd day of SeDtember. 1919, and recorded, Book 148. Paee 67. Register of Deeds Office for Catawba County, North Carolina, v This sale will take place at Twelve o'clock noon on Saturday, December 16, 1922 in front of the First Na tional Bank in Hickory, North Caro lina. ; ' JAMES C. SHUFORD, This the 15th day of November, 1922. Mortgagee. THOMAS P. PftUITT, U-16-4t- Thurs Attorney. The Hickory Chamber of Commerce COMING PASTIME November 23 , NORMA TALMADGE in Eight Reels of Storm and Sunshine A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACION DINING CAR PATRONS CONSUME MUCH FOOD Chicago, Nov. 16. Approximately 2600y000 eggs.' 1500.000 pounds oti lresh meat, 1,300,000 pounds of no- tatoes, ' 500,'COO pounds of sugar, 5 -000,000 rolls, 150,000 pounds of coffee and 500,000 quarts of milk and cream are consumed yearly by the Pennsyl vania railroad dining car patrons, ac cording to the Pennsylvania News, publication of that railroad. The railroad's dining-car service, serving 10,000 meals daily if operated simultaneously, could serve 4,2d6 per sons at one sitting. The 12g cars in the service, if placed ' end to end, would form a mobile restaurant ap proximately two miles lon. A . force of about 1,555 employes is required to prepare and serve the 3,57g,090 meals whichTaiiroad waiters annually carry down the aisles of dine as traveling forty and fity miles an hour. These meals are prepared in dim inutive kitchens having a floor space 19 1-2 feet long and 2 1-2 feet wide each kitchen having four cooks a chief nr J. x . ' u" uuuee assistants. , iiiacn car re presents an investment of $30,000 of which $8,000 is spent for silverware, utensils and l.;en. j nero is one 01 me oeautiful 'Ma Won Morgan dancers posing: in at TT i m . . . recent tameau at the Pine Arts uunoing. ean xancisco. - Tsistfeffess 0dSIHI Toodbg Stops Malaria, Restores Strength and Energy. 60c 1 IT PAYS TO HAVE YOUR SHOES REPAIRED New ones are expensive. The old ones will , give lots of ser vice when repaired by 1 LINK SHOE SHOP Next Door to Standard Garage SMILING THROUGH II I 1 V JtWI..V Til i rVk M W. H SI : 1 1 XiiiLJ. A I I 'The CAVE GIRL' I A DRAMA OF YOUHH GONE WILD A romance of silent trails and rushing waters, enacted in midwinter , in the natural wanders of the Ycsemite Valley From the stage success by Guy Bolton and George Middletcn With Teddie Gerard and a Capable Supporting: Cast ADDED ATTRACTION, FOX NEWS Admission ..; 10c and 20c 1J n ir SPECIAL PAS TODAY AND 1 1 RUDOLPH VALENTIO and ALICE TERRY Founded on the world famous story "EUGENIE GRANDET" by HONORE BALZAC . adapted by June Mathis A story filled with a wonderful SPECIAL MUSIC AT THE BL MRS. mows: z:jf, i:4i, oiU, Admissibn: Children 10c, no Read Record WaM Ads Prosperous times will benefit you only in the proportion that you make wise use of its advantages. If yoy. spend all your income, good times are no better for you than hard times. It is what you save that counts. Now that times are better, and the new year approaches, make a definite effort to get out, of the spendthrift class, and get over into the rapidly in creasing ranks of systematic savers. Times are good .now, and the future looks bright for the people of this sec tion. Crops are good, and bring good, prices, work is plenty, and wages are better. Now is the time to save. : Start a bank account for yourself, and encourage your boys and girls - to do the same. Each pay-day save a part of your income so that when an oppor tunity comes to make a good invest ment you will be in position to take ad vantage of it. You will always find this bank ready to help you out, and we take a particular pleasure in help ing those who show a disposition Jfo help themselves. We welcome small accounts, folr these beginners are our future custom ers, and we want to encourage them to make the most of their opportunities. . Give us your business. We will Ap preciate it. First National Bade HICKORY, N. C. Capital and Surplus $300,000 - J. D. Elliott, president; K. C. Vlenzies, vice-piesident and cashier; J. L. Cilley, asst. cashier ' v n ni mm i jr ME TOMORROW IN- e " ni nun J nan w i .. .w. i.n,. iiimiiiyujiM ooqiiermj owerw; love and a powerful drama cf life EVENING PERFORMANCE HATCHER , and S:00 p. m. tax; Adults SOc, tax included II J. i i o u PAY FOR Compensation is the getting of what you G w for and paying for what you get. When vou u-- this institution, you are.paymg for what , you get by allowing it'to useyour money until needed. In reurn you are compensated by the service rendered you in handling your financial transac tions for your greater safety and convenience. TRUnST Company t ' -ill ; . : ; Hickory Lodge No.343 Regular Communication First and Third Monday nights Brethren cordially invited to be present .' E. H. SHUFORD, W. M. W. L. BOATKIGHT, Sec Geo. E. Bisanar DOCTOR OF OPTICS Error of Refraction and all Optical defects corrected with properly fitted glasses Office and examination room in connection with Jewelry store CYRUS C.B ABB Mem. Am. Coc. Civil Engrs. Waterpower, Waterworks And Sewerage Land Sub-division . Highways HICKORY,. N. C. Cahmber Commerce Building v Address: Granite Falls, N. C. G. W. RABY, M. P., D. C. L Chiropractor and Spinal Specialist -' jOver Essex Jewelry Store Chirapractic Eliminates the Cause ot Disease t Phone 528-J FIRE FIRE Insure before it burns" : CITIZENS INSURANCE & REALTY CO. W. H. LITTLE, Mgr. Let Us Protect Yon Phone 108 or 146-L FIRE "FIRE WE WELD IT BAKERS GARAGE 9th Avenue Hickory, N. C. SUCH PAINS AS THIS WOMAN HAD Two Months Cbnld Not Turn Lydia E.Pinkliam's Vegetable Com- pound finally Restored Health Seattle, Washinptnn t uaa j ging pains first and could nt stand Tn" my teet, then I had chills, and fever and such pains in my right side and a hard lump there. I eonlH not turn myself in bed and . rnniH sleepM was this way for over two months, trying everything any one told me, ua- w my sister Drought me a bottle rf t.tt; table tainTTr-ur"8"1,8 rege- ieeI splendid in all wara r i a has hel&V' JMvB G Richardson, 4640 Oreas ?t Lf:., Washington. ' ' bt' S6, broughtresultsPnd any one told m i,... iiTS If you are suffering from nain Jusness and are alavs tir UUU XAIIKII. her- ComDoiindv: Z?" L8. - vegetable the present distress; but prevent the devefopmentof more seriJnS rtSSu& ll We do All Kinds of Radiator Repair Work Johnson's Garage PHONE 377 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 interested, see, phone or write J. W. HOKE Hickory . - N. Car. DR. GLENN R. FRYE PHYSICIAN Office over Hickory Drug Co. Hours: 11 to 12 3 to 5 Phones: Office 68; Residence 162-J : Chase & Sanborn SEAL BRAND COFFEE i Best .Grown in The World. Whitener & Martin JITNEY SCHEDULE Hickory-Lenoir Jitney Schedule Leave Lenoir 8:30 p. m. Leave Hickory 5 p. -m. Arrive for No. 21 and 22. C. E. ROBBINS. Quality Tires 30x3 All Weather Tread $12.50 30x3 Cross Rib. Cord ..$12.50 32x4 Cross Rib Cord .. .$24.50 30x3 Pathfinder $8.85 SOxf. Cross Rib Tread . .$10.63 Every Year is A Good Year For Goodyear Tires. Standard Garage & Sales Company HICKORY, N. C. Ennis & Son Store Service & Satisfaction Fancy , Groceries, Fresh Meats, Flour and Feedstuff, all at right prices. Come or call 348 Highland Ave. T