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YLA'ENING, DECEMBER 19, 1922.
fMDA HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE FJVE "Sells For Less Profit" GHAISTMAS CANDIES, NUTS, RAISINS, DATES, .ETC. - "SPECIAL" SEEDED RAISINS NUTS Host Quility Best Trice lillAZILNUTS STONE'S RICH FRUITCAKE ' There Is nsrne better at any prion 1, 2 and 4 poiinrJ sizes A MOST ACCEPTABLE GIFT LA YES CAKES FOU X.MAS WE WILL HAVE PLENTY Celery, LeUircc; Cucumbers, Squaih, Caulilku.-, Peppers, ' Oysters, Cranberries and Cabbage IOLE QHOCOLATE Regular $1.50 Candy BIG ASSORTMENT CANDIES BULK AND PACKAGE See our Candies at 25c cr OUn (l,t Packed vNlUOK r.i;Nt DATI'IS i and SKKOLHSS i: ISINS largo Cluster. UaisMts, Cin , Orange and Li'moH I Vols t'rstaHed Pruiis-Kxtrarts S-.itv, I'se Obleisk Flour in Making per box 15c ( per 'iitt;i;r ft- per pound CHOCOLATE CHERRIES Regular $1.25 packages 69cperbox FOR CHRISTMAS )'imi'i!;H,v Co. Huy mo uur .Brazil Nuts, Almonds, Walnuts Filberts and Pecans ,!;lSf.l today. Us? Obelisk Flour .Use Obeli.;k Flour Use Obelisk Flour If' FLOUR, BEST FOR CAKE STONFS RICH FRUIT CAKES, CRYSTALIZED FRUITS AND NUTS. Whitener & Martin BAKING HIGHEST GRADE MILLED I , liriiiimiuiiiL SjlluJdblaliLfJ ?TJTrS U hi a Lu rounding as this Uie death of i no. hcaits of one. The news ,f Mrs. Cillev saii.if ntxl t ot the hnv sehool. and sumo of th-1 I yn ,h;V'k,1ll !n!ck intl) lh P"t and recalled the happy faulty of the old lveei;ptoi- ,n placing them in the niosc tavorabie point oT view for !0:i'yvinjjr tiui .cone uf any particr- """ii .iur isnrunence, its ve .1 ion to other branches, and of stimu- mem o investigation of . ,, : ; formerly I'd It or of , , ,, - Tore, in N'ows and ijii i.t'- ' u '. . !'.-i't of thoughtful , , au. e."!.;:-tio::l arid :;j' ....... . f i'd crept or of high i . ..t'.mri.ily versed in T! P 'u ' .i ' I ' ,1. : : i ( i'.; ii I ii. i ini'iv sman lers not directly oonnoeted ;-tudi The ovisl. ir.;. rest latter liismiisitirou .! j " ..o i.i u'lili'jll U) Ihe Nioliii juok Trail It ia Hke dipin in;- a faded dayue lotype tor one of those student t niat- with th?ir estin-;- of thest- m relation to. V:, ?l':,H 4 attempt to renroduve the 'n-ist of th;.: I or any other of the vjua si-U-etiives ! auer so lone1 a time; i ; the fiir.'i'e it is like 'the I ot a hiave and ncol to dot ehan ":'',"' ' I'iV.vx. of 1 etiir, North ' 1 ' i . i u : . i " ." i ,ii ... wh.i wore initifitos .'i' C-'- ' ' " , i .... i . .. i.:... i i fl'Ai"' "riii'i ia '.auer mm, i:au '!.;, tii di v seioiu-e of ". '.. i . .. i ; i s i V.r hi t ;i'' v'i i-u aivi icinmaeii oy vtlj;;r :'. !v-. i. r'l w e re not ai- c,.rt'i.u'ii v it hin the limit of VtVn .l-nlous days ''fore tin.. ' ...i th.- Sti'.ttv. Clinton Al- ., . 1 tl1 , CiJi'V, a .v w r.iiiriiuut iaci. a : .!!. !.!:: Ci"eV. of No .V :te;r'!v- wlv di-d i,i a iiu-l with ;r;w ,.f t v.'.u 'a.v. t'isstM timu;:. '!;u"a:'l. irrii'i'.iiitn',::- as a:i nonor ia;:, nr..' !'' thi- 'Mt tor Mtcr.iR'ap. C(i,.:i:,.v v. a.- hurry imr him alons . i i'L. ; -I Michigan in time to (f; ; ;l ,M .1 ii ! . . i ii I t'niiiiviv I I'l. h;.h i.' l-i -a ni" 'o!nei and ram;- ,(,.:"!- ; r;iv .. the South. At tor ;:' vva i'' l'1'-; lie tiDwed un at i:, i.v.;ry '.:h a v'U nni.-'-ion : fi'tiv !:'.'; ." s::rily a shabby ivp-'-.i': a i';irn- i'.r.kve to uro ii.r: f r rr:o ' a.-, a iiuie or lav,--i'tr ;n j, X"f h 'a :-o!iri:i court. Hu1" -rtu::!tv ..fti n I'm.'i":- iv. th" jruiso f ;j K'Ay !.i;-h t'a.n whidi th" i;.'ic" r Mia" !''ii"k roes wit n ;,,-,:.v-v. '!'!. :ulr::!;. t rat iori of tilN Ci"h' '.jui.a' w:i' eharaotrrlsecl l .k ..!!, ju.-tKT, niii'ty. ti'ie iiiT'i'iv 3tT.it 'i.ri eonsideration f'r the f'-li-if-'- of a brave and sad- I'.-.-.i'il i'1'.i'li' that thov emnraoc'! a:, ,iu.; ti -I lii'ii into the tribe, "ut ,ii iS ('.!:! derate iiti) radi" v.i, i; !r!i!ii:!ni- tlv State and tcj!i::.tf '); O'd South i:t the ,Nov ""Wi. va1" i' t n to wile i na 'r,ii.!!i l.'iiiv of ' the country. This ir'. i'jj- Iseiy, v. hi. survived her hu: vJ. w.i- iai..iu!i;"r to C.'k Joinc?. ', lhr:ri of C'llduci!. and nji.se a? h.'r-cif a- Hickory, North Caro- :r, nt'.lv a U w week-'. .'iro. i1.':-!, f'i'li'V i o ik mticli interest f.e i'"'"U'i' law ( la and it was .W-tici! 'a' i i'ici- th" students v"v m:r in :!i,' i-":i:l about the B-.i?- r fOl Mi-; in mi!,! and ideaatn ".'.'i .h''".' 'hr "left ivro ( w;u the .v "1 :!. -i : pMvdi M" verara'a ;"fK tb. lis I i I'oati'.ide of his ,Vi'i'.'i,' ; ii'in-c in 1 cnoi i', and f'-S't 'l.an not Mrs. Ci!k v" sat in" v'.?h 'he c'.a when rtcitintc there, w-Vhx In r-c'f with such feminine I'.jwnu a knittinir, scwint, aiid fi"'ina ntiv intrriectiu; critl upon the a.-initv of the law. as M'.'riy would style it. There obr.bl v r;('V"iMva: a' law school with " charniintr and romatio sur- C'donel idvato :itliinn,". m;v to discover the liidiivv place of , a buried or shipwrceked treasure from ;nui,rK and descriptions of places hand ,01! dv-wn by the respected ancestor. I Colont! Cil'ov was deeidy interesc- ed in overythir.tr connected v. ith the history of the North American ln dian. and in conijiarintr it with tbar of his Southern brethren, the Indians lI'lllXlM C'.iti!., ...1 . ! i t t lite,- o i.ii M u s i(Linii 111 V iv : 1 . .1 and r eril WllPtl th'V fivit nntwl ; those coui'.tries. The latter, coni.u'.red 'vith the condition of ihe former, as ; observed when they were first en I countered by the whites, (some fifty (or seventy- ive years titter the Mcxi ; can and South American were firsi 'touched upon by the whites) were , nip-hly civilized rl'.id enjoyed much r ( f ( eonomie and political organiza tion. The former know little nhnnr. urr:ir,izatic:n, except that limited kina ) i i run xui ccu certain cognate trices to kee" up a sort of loose community ol interests that might be calfcd temporary. The M-.xivans and Peruvians were road buil'tors: the North Americans A alley recruits traveled to get to irl-,r,s,.M?u.ntain' and the Tennessee ana Virginia recruits traveled down i:ic Lmviiie Monntain trail to Linvide store on the old Wilkesboro-Ruthee-ord road and took that road for rung's Mountain. The investigator discovered ves. tijres ot another old road runnini? th and South, the only remand 1 Y;1I5?hr,were under the vestrv room Ttr.o Lpiscopa' Church in Lcncu ?o.)ody eou d tell naylkiny about i:. vr.it tive or Fix mihs south of Lenoir, on the "Ri;:peto old nlac-.." Now -..-tied Ly David A. Griffin, Esq., h came across lor.fr strotc'h,5 of an incient load in a -i.-0 fore.st. lead ing tnrough the forest and through corn rows among ' giant oaks ana ptnos. As old man Rippeto emigra-.-pd to 'the Eeloynoy" in 1817, the'roao i-: Jt.o year old at least. But these two pieces of old road are not sruai Hueed to be parts of the Nickn- jack Trail. It is not remembereo whether Colonel Cilley knew the oriP'in of the name Nickajack. U ashmgton, D. C. BOY SCOUT BENEFIT SHOW GRAND TODAY historical record of that epoch of Nortn Caiolir.a has become popular in three ! states and is one of the most interest iing of the historical pictures on the 'screen today. Red Coats and Regula ! tors battle for power . Great students jof history have said that this battle : would have been the first battle of the 1 American Revolution had the Regula ' tors been victorious. I James Pugh; a martyr and James Hunter, a leaner oi me iwuiciwi. who afterward became a cunning scout for the Armies of General Washington, are shown in this picture, in action. Those who are not fortunate enough i to see this picture will regret it ser iously. It is a masterpiece of history, made interesting through the motion picture art. Also a Johnny Jones two reel come dy. Manager Miller is giving a benefit show today for the Boy Scouts of Hickory. Mrs. C. G. Ledford of Winston-Sab-m. who has been rece.ving treat ment for a broken ankle, is rapidlv improving. . i'MlllO Mr. Murray cf Lenoir, who recently underwent an operation at the hospi tal continues to show improvement. Mrs. O. L. Ciine ot-Conover, is get ting along nicely following, a recent operation. The program at the Grand theatre i'M-ay will be "The Boy Scouts of America" and the historical "Battle of Alamance." , The picture which was made as a RICHARD BAKER HOSPITAL , NOTES ;!. Mr. Geo. McRee of Newton is im proving nicely after undergoing an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. S. B. Stroup is improving fol lowing an operation. Mr. Lawrence Hai t of Lenoir, who has been in the hospital for some time, is showing improvement. Miss Emma Bonney, who has been ill at the hospital, is better and ex pects to be out in a few days. Mrs. E. A. Triplett of Lenoir and Mrs. W, E. Triplett. of Granite Falls are both improving after an operation at the hospital. ; ; . Mr. Geo. Winkler of Lenoir,. enter- ed the hospital yesterday for treat ment. " . has been announced. The synod already has adopted a motion strongly deprecating Sunday snort and it has received a letter from the Theatrical Alliance asking its cooperation in having "all places, of amusement closed on Christmas Day and Good Friday, ibecause at ieast two days of the year should be rendered sacred, and not allowed to drift into desecration and degradation. "Experience teaches that with the profanation of these two days, th continental Sundays will surely follow with all theatres open and as many as five performances being given it one theater on one day," the lettei said. "The result is that Sunday would be a most sacriligious day, the sacred atmosphere dissipated and moral streams of life would be polluted." ASKS REMOVAL HUGE DRYDOCIv TO MANILA Manila, P. I. Nov. 28. Stsps have been taken by Governor General Wooq to induce the United States govern ment to transfer the floating drydoeic "Dewey" at Olongapo, Subic Bay, -to Manila, as part of a plan to spake Manila the foremost port in thenar East. The governor general took iip the matter through the bureau of in sular affairs at Washington, and it'is said the war and navy departments will decide the practicability of its moving. ( -' "The transfer of the navy drydock Dewey to Manila," said Governor Gen oral Wood, "will add greatly to.tbe shipping facilities here and incident ally make Manila the terminal . port of the Far East. The United States Shipping Board shins as well as oher. could come here and use the (IrjCi dock." ' ' ' - c t is estimated that it, .would e approximately $250,000 to remove th drydock . from ,its present locatio at Olongapo to Manila. M, H PREVENT INTRODUCITON OF CONTINENTAL SUNDAY Sydney, N. S. Nov. 25. The Aus tralian Theatrical Alliance is com bining with the . Anglican synod to 2- ' 1 1 ,!.- rtw -. r. n . pieveilb XI1B 1I1U UUUtUUIl 1HW .mo- j tralia of the Continental Sunday it In Temporary Home ilCKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO . ... ( . r i General Insurance and Bomb Offfc between First National and Southern Public Utilities C were not. their on'v loads being -'bea:- ( . "l Pitlis" or trails made and. beaten firA.siiui down by co.istant travel. The North t rA ryl iTj'Q Ante: tea n .excluding the Mexican CZZD I ! i 1 was not constant as to his habits and each tribe, of course, bad its owt: trail.-- in and around its ; n inn i t;cul:.r hab'tat tor the tin'e iving. Then thete v. ei'e national or international traits used by ali tribes, local and monopc by none, unless by force of arms, intruders shoadd be driven away. In the whole range of the country tiieie wo o vcral such intertribal trail.-, the one hi." re : under t-oiisideration being Th" Nickajack Trail, from the Grent I.akes to the- Florida Coast! The origin of this traii is mystery, or ratlier, soniethitig tlitif nobody has ever ft; v. in ut. The inresence of the Spanish set tle incuts on the Florida coast neariy one hundred years before there were jiiv E.:"!ish settlements North oi 1 H M I 1 r M m mmmmmmz c c 3fZl ZD l MEN'S STORE ' MM c a t hf tii, may have !" notic' of Indians the Great Lakes, an: K i n let to ma'.o ex ioought to the the vicinity ot ! I. hey may have at:' ions down :n mm r . , 7. r i.i,,.'' ' i wmwm .cep''nflabl line of Watche "'nond,, Gold Jewelry and Noveltiei. The largett e Kv ever had C W. DELL1NGER jeweler' that direction out oi curiosity; or t iio trail may have existed before, the com ing of the Spaniards. At any rate, there is not and never has been any tradition of the whites showing ics beginning. That trail Colonel .Cilkv . t . t i s , . I .1 . . . 1 ' . i . . i t.c'C'.'tt int juon e aiowoii couiu, jh 'Lenoir, ovir the Wairior range H jinnuitams, aerosx tlic loot ot tiie Mutbcriy Mountains, and tracing it bv inference through Burke county, alono- the old V.'iikeboro-Rutherfora luad via Moure's Crossroads to make it couple up with tin; clear trace of it, a road at this day on Linville moun tain. A year or so ago one of the old tiw)r.nt t-jik-iii.i- the hack track, be- ' gan from Linvilie Falls and struck i the old trail about a mile up the ! mountain and followed iV along the Linville mountain to where a mod ern branch traii goes off to Wise man's View. The old trail goes on along the back of the mountain and down into Burke county. It is a very Vockv trail, paving largw L'mMers in the middle of it, has never been usc-d for vehicles, but is good for pack horses. The tradition of its ex istence goes back past the memoiy of man and the wear of the path or paths, for often it is worn wide, ,.U...,. ,.i,nliivi'nt! r.i' 11P. Alonff this trail many of the Washington' coun ty, Tennessee, and' some of the Vn for Kintr's Mountain made their way. In olden times it was regular trail tor tne pa.--,agc of pack horses, and often caravans of them going and coming irom the Linville Valley in Burke, and the stores there, with loads of corn and lu" for the mountains. At- i ter getting below Shortoff Mountain !to Linville store, the investigate Uook upon faith the entity of tne I Nickajack Trail with" the old Wilkes-iboro-Rutherfordton road, on to lav terson in Caldwell county, r roia u a. op to Lenoir the trail is picked up again at the crosmg of the Wai rior range of mountains, through. In dian Grave Gap. Here is or wa the secukir pile of stones raised b., the Indians over the grave or graves of a number of their race s.ain in battle before ever the white - man rime into the country. Tiaditio.i 3s for the existence of the road and trail through this Gap fot a length of time the beginning of which SSK the in diGrfrip rpad and the Un-.r.-u,. Mountain road being pans ot fSS Trail. Tiw 0,-lv way Wt fiom Indian Graves Can to , Ij..- m m i& m m m las m m m m &i m m m m m m m VSA ffl m m m m m 53 m m Pi m YOU KNOW HOW HARD IT JS TO CHOOSE GIFTS FOR MEN. THE PROBLEM ALWAYS RESOLVES ITSELF; INTO "SOMETHING TO WEAR' AND THEN BEGINS THE FRANTIC LAST MINUTE SEARCH, BECAUSE YOU HAVEN'T K!EPT IN CLOSE TOUCH WITH MEN'S STYLES, YOU'RE OFTEN NOT SURE WHETHER WHAT YOU BUY IS GOOD TASTE OR NOT. IT'S OUR BUSINESS TO HAVE THE CORRECT THINGS FOR MEN; IT WILL BE A PLEASURE TO . SERVE YOU. A Dress Suit or Tuxeclo for the son at college is the one best gift. s . - A Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suit or Overcoat for any man is the most welcome thing you can buy. A generous selection of luggage, Bath Robes, Slippers,. Neckwear, Gloves, Scarfs, Shirts, Belts, and Buckles, Pajamas, Hosiery, Etc., for your in spection. ' ' 1 nvWi 3st j L j Copjiisht 1920 Hart Schaffner &. Marx WMteiaeiP Co, nnDnnnnanaBBBanDnonnnnnnnnnDHDH