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-MiKBAY EVENING NOVEMBER 29.1922."
'Krir"- HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE FIVE Its aninnia wasps' flavor cm satisfy. It's 'Good tD f tie kst 3rop n sc. u.s. pat. orr: UTPII ACTKKSS ASPIRES TO KNT.LISH HOUSE, fin 'o'. 8. Tho staid ""anU HTX v-ln-lf Miw Kyrlc fi.a M i'omedy actrew, is POETRY RESRICTIONS . ABOLISHED IN JAPAN ...1 in hir fiirht to represent f glilthtOll (SfilSI.UM UIMI'IU 111 U1B Si Bi'ilw- has Won nctiv in vo- W mffi-ajri niovemenw ami sne I1"' ,,n 'in vtt'iisivo com. C at Hi'ini'totu k's:ite the fact r r i ... it ...hit l i n ri'r mi: I' M tri .. .hn v 11 ti'iiwm... .... . - ill Jmenu' will toiituuie .nt, without interruption. -Tokio, Nov. 5. "Mountain Cloud at Down" is the subject chosen this year uy me emperor tor the annual poetry contest to be held in January. In the days of the Kyoto court only Court nobles or poets participated, but now anyone can contribute. Thp hpst nve read to the Emneror. Vpvkp mnlcinivh always been one of th6 national past imes of the Japanese people. Emperor Meiji used to compose a poem every day and his consort also left a col lection of verses. HORIBL E PUCE ISEASTER ISLH CONFERENCE I BAPTISTS IN UNION London. Nov. 8. Eastof 'Isla'krl: "the. land of mystery of the South Pacific, virtually ' devoid of vegetation ' "and1 - x. 1 t fi m ' i I wiinuui oiru me oi any Kind, is a; horrbile place to live, according to! . . . , a New Zealand scientist who is now B the. ? v'11- V t, in London after a five months stayLRalfc1' Vft. ?v.,29. Darwin's on the island (theory of evolution, fraternities at No trees eiow on Easer Island be. Wke forest and the removal of casp' it.--lnr.lre vw onrl i-.on,T,. t Meredith college from its present lo- winds wreck them. No hirda-livo thpr.- cation in Raleigh are to be among- the because " there- are no Worms in the dry, soil, there are no mosquitoes, but this lack is more than compensated by vicious local flies. The .island is triangular,' 12 miles by nine by seven, and is remote from most important subjects discussed "at the annual North Carolina Baptist convention at Winston-Salem Decem ber.-1 11, it was-announced by church officials today. "These matters have been discussed the track of ships. Two hundred Poly-jfccly in the district associations this nesians inhabit it, and they suffer fall," said Dr. Charles E. Maddry, se perpetually from hunger, according to ! cvetary of the state mission board, the investigator, who is Professor J. j'l'They have" prpven to be live topics and Macmillan Brown."''' . I are sure to provoke warm; discussions It is famous for its high carved j should they be introduced at the con- tary of the Baptist foreign mission board at Richmond, Va., and Dr. B.D: Gray, of the; home? board in Atlanta1. Dr. Mullins is president of , the South ern Baptist convention and president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. - t .-'."' .,'., ' ? Dr. B. . W. Spill man, of Kingston, who was l-eelected , president of the convention at the session last year in Rocky Mount, will preside and Rev. Walter M.f Gilmore, of Sanford will f'dntinue as recording secretary. Dr. Spilman has presided over the last four conventions. The convention sermon will be preached Tuesday 'Night by Dr. W. A. Ayers, of New Bern, or his alternate, Dr. T. H. King-, of Gastonia. One of the features of the conven tion, will be the visit to the Baptist hospital now nearir.g completion here. The only invitation for the next con vention extended to date is that of North Wilkesboro. Winston-Salem en-: tertained the convention in 1901 -and-311,. these being the only such ses sions of the church Held there. Cbscribe to the Hickory Daily Record. $5 a Year stone images, the origin of which never, has been determined. Professor Brown" says the island 'cannot have been long inhabited. He fixes" 1600 as the date of the first settlers, and consequently of the setting up of the strange stone gods. It was first sight- vention. HoVever, it is not anticipated that the discussions, no matter how animated they may become, win be "of such a nature as to hinder materially the progress of these two fine insti tutions of learning. "It is too saon yet, to forecast the inhabitants. DRY THROATS IN AMERICA REDUCE WINE PRODUCTION Ice Cream Special For Thanks win Nabisco and Walnut brick. Get 'your order in early. Dealers: Lutz Drug Company, Henry Hill and Hickory Nut Shop. Catawba Creamery Co. Phone 510. Cash arid Carry. ...j.. " M- . Rome, Nov. 6. Prohibition laws in America continue to have their effect on the production of wine in Europe, especially in Italy and Spain, the most important wine growing dountries on the Continent. According to the International In stitute -of Agriculture, the 1922 vint age in Italy is estimated at 726.000,000 gallons, or about 18 percent below the average of the previous five years. In Spain the yield of wine is expect ed this year to be 475,000.000 gallons, or eight percent below the last five years. ed by white men in 1686. and first 'results of the reinforcement eamnaie-n. explored in 1722, when it had 2,000, which' will not close until next Sunday night. But it is quite evident that the Baptists of North Carolina and throughout the south . are rallying to the objects' of the drive in a great way. "Many of our members have awak ened to the fact that for the great forward movement which was started , three years ago, known as the $75,000,- 000 campaign, to fail now would mean disaster to their work in the future. "It is confidently expected that more than $1,000,000 will be reported . as having been raised for the objects of the campaign by North Carolina Bap tists during the past year," ho said. Dr. Maddry this year has projected the . "greatest state mission program in the history of the -denomination," according to church officials, who add ed that the reports from the different departments will 'justify the action." State missions in all their phases, will occupy the center of the stage Wednesday morning of the conven tion," it was stated. At this time, Dr. Maddry will outline his policies for next year. An evangelistic conference has been arranged to meet in Winston-Salem a day before the convention convenes. Rev. Herman T. Stevens, head of the department, will preside and Dr. M. E. Dodd, of Louisiana, will deliver two of the principal addresses. He also will address the convention. Other speakers, on the program are Dr. E. Y. Mullins.' Louisville, Ken tucky, whohas ;'i?t returned from a trip to Europe jh the interest of the Baptist mission work in. that .country; i Dr. R. L. Scarborough, Fort Worth, I Texas, general director of the $75,000, 000 campaign; Dr. J. F. Love, secre- JAPANESE STUDENTS ORATE IN ENGLISH :"Tokio, Japan, Nov. 5. Ail oratory contest in English ha.s boen inaugurat ed in .Osaka . for students of ;'sch ools throughout Japan, under the auspices of-the Osaka Mainichi and tha Kwan fi'ei Gakuin. . COLONIAL HOTEL & .i'-'fe" MENU SPECIAL FOR THANKSGIVING DAY R KfUfLAR DINTS' KR-1.5fic a. i RELISHES New York Celery Hearts Sweet Re lish Queen Olives :.. ...15c .. irc ...2.rc SOUPS 1. TWO IMPORTANT CASES WAYNE SUPERIOR COURT By the Associated Press. Goldsboro, N. C, Nov 29. The trials of f. T. Duplin, a minister, on serious charges made by a Wayne county girl 'and Ed. Edmundson, of Mt. Olive, eharsred with the murder of Al bert Farmer, aref expected to feature the present session of Wayne Superior court. . Judge J. Floyd Horton, said to be the youngest jurist now on the bench in the state, is presiding, having succeed ed Judge Oliver Allen, who " spent many years on the bench. USE QEC0RD 11IANT IIDS 1 1 SB NECORD UllANT IIDS U II II II FELT TIRED, SO TIRED Indiana Lad Says She' Was Run Down, Suffered With Her Back, Took Cardui, and Got Well. Richmond, Ind."I thought I would write a line or so, to say that I owe my good health and strength to Cardui," says a letter from . Mrs. Cora Courtney, 31 Railroad Street, this city. "I was all run-down until my family thought they would lose me," writes Mrs. Courtney. ""My husband coaxed me to take Cardui, so, to please him, I did, and will say I do not regret it, for I am able to do all my work and do my shopping. "I have five children, four in school, my husband and a boarder to do for, and I do all . my own work for all of us, and find time to play. We all praise Cardui. Every sick and run-down woman should take this wonderful medicine. "I suffered with my back; a very weak feeling in my limbs. "I felt hardly able to drag; just tired so tired all the time. "Jt was an effort for me to do any thing, but Cardui helped me so I felt like a different woman." If you are in a run-down physical condition, suffering as this Indiana lady says she did, give Cardui a fair trial, ft should help you. 'take Cardui. NC-147 SUBSCRIBE' FOR THE RECORD Chicken Mazarine Consomme a la liovale Mock Turtle Chicken Gumbo ' ROASTS Roast Young Turkey, Oyster Dressing, Cranberry Sauce Roast O'Possum, Brown Potatoes Baked Smithfield Ham, Caesrine Sauce Prime Ribs of Roast Beef, au jus , Baked Lake Trout, Junior Potatoes and Tartar Sauce Golden Bell Fritters with Orange Sauce : Deviled Crabs with Piquante Sauce irc ;iric ...;.15c :...15c ...50c ...40c ,..40c ...40c :..25c :t:25e . .VEGETABLES Asparagus Tips on Toast, Drawn Buter ..... Creamed White Potatoes Scalloped Rice Spinach with Poached Egg's .v. Brown Yams with Mustard Sauce ...... 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