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THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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HORr DAILY RECORD
Subscribers desiring the address of
their paper changed will please state in
their communication both OLD and
NEW address.
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plaints should be made to Subscription
Department promptly. City subscrib
ed should call 167 regarding com
plaints. SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One year $5.00
(By Mail, $4.00; 0 months, $2.00)
Six months $2.50
Three Months 1.2
One Month 4,
One Week 10
Entered as second-class matter, Sep
tember 11,1915, at the postoffice at
Hickory, N. C, under the act of March
8, 1879.
The Associated Press is exclusively
entitled to the use or republication
of all news credited to it or not credit
ed in this paper and also the local news
published herein.
RACKING THE JUNIORS
With the efforts of the North Caro
lina Juniors to establish a branch of
the national orphanage in this state,
Hickory Juniors and other fraternal
and civic bodies will cooperate to the
fullest extent. The asylum assured for
Noith Carolina, Hickory Juniors md
their friends will place the claims
of Hickory before the state authori
ties in the belief that the inducements
to be offered by the local council will
outweigh those that can be offered bv
anv other place in the state.
It is with a realization of the im
portance of the orphanage and the r
f.ponsibility that will devolve on Ilick
rrv Juniors that they will seek to
have the home, in tas2 this statv
gets it, located in this city or vicinty,
The home town of such an institution
would be expected to do much for th
children. Activities in their behalf
would never cease.
Most of the larger cities in th
state already have institutions of oiv
kind or another to which they am in
debted. Raleigh, Oxford, Whiter
Salem. Greensboro, uoldsboro and
Thomasville have orphanages, and the
Junior institution, the Record believe,
will be awarded to some town or city
not so fortunate- as these other place ;
in this respect.
Hickory is able to offer the hA
possible advantages, chief of which ij
climate. The site will be selected at
the proper time, and this city's offe:
placed before those who will have th
privilege and responsibility of select
ing a location. In the meantime the
jJuriiors have bcon assured of the
'whole-hearted supports of this com
munity. Bion II. Butler, writing in the Nev .'i
and Observer, is able to see no sen.'c
in a Tar Heel's going to California
er Florida when in the eastern, parr
of his own state he can find all the
joys and pleasures to be. found any
where. If we did not belong to that
element of the population which i.j
kept busy most of the time, we should
ask for nothing better than two or
three weeks a season near the Nonh
Carolina coast at this time of year.
It is enough to make one shiver to
road of the sailors caught in a bliz
zard on Lake Superior and of an air
mail pilot forced to land in Wyoming
because of the fierce weather. Thur
far the mercury has not gone lowei
here than 20 degrees, although this
morning there was a tang in the air 5
suggestive of winter. We are due to
have a cold season in the next two
months.
One who travels over the country
car.not but observe the increasing
i.number of deserted farm houses. Is
th time coming when the towns and
cities will have drawn practically all
of the rural inhabitants except those
who live close to market? One cannot
expect people to remain on the farms
if they can find conditions better in
the towns.
The Asheville Times in a special
edition of 108 pages proclaims the
glories of western North Carolina.
Some enterprise. The Asheville papers,
which are read by more visitors to the
state than any other Tar Heel publica
tions, have an aunusual opportunity
to do good service and there is not
a day that they are not pushing and
pulling.
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' The governors who attended the
president's luncheon agreed that more
rigid enforcement of the prohibition
laws was necessary along with a cam
paign of education by the press. These
arc positions which the Record has
held all along. Our people should be
made, if possible, to realize the evils
that result from liquor violations.
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; Witnesses an? now relating under
oath the. horrors of the Herrin mas
nacre, which is about the worst thing
that has ever happened in the United
State. It is as bad an outrage as the
Turks are able to pull off.
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The Kiwanis club last night voted
unanimously to cooperate with local
Juniors in their efforts to have t'n: pro
posed orphanage located here and all
the other organizations will S.? like
wise the minute the opportunity is
presented.
lU'THEKOl RI) COLLEGE
Rutheiford College, Dee. SO. The.
secretary treasurer for the Methodis:
church it t this place says that seven
subscribers out of 41 have oaid their
pledges in full; and their names, to
gether with all others who do like
wise by January 1 1H23, will apneai
on the honor roll the first wvek in
the new year. Then there, are twelve
ethers who have never made tin- firsi
paymen Wonder if any of them
would be offended to see. their names
in print? Some of these sav they i'ulrv
intend to honor their pledge before
the time is up only they have been in
bad luck, but what of those who coolly
lepudiate their solem oledgc? S'.v
answer in Ecclesiastes 5:4.
The high school here and some oth
ers nearby have closed a week eariti
than they intended for the holidays on
account of the influenza conditions-,
thinking it. best to nip the pleaguu
in its early entrance. Nearly all the
few cases we now have are reported
on the mend. The two pastors reported
as sick last week are almost wen.
Brother Elliott was able to fill his
pulpit here last Sunday.
School closes at the college Wednes
day and several of the faculty and
most of the student body will be of!
for Christmas at homo-or elsewhere.
Mrs. J. U. Ledbetter who has beea
under treatment at a hospital in Ruth
erfordten for over two weeks, retur:--ed
home today very much improved.
The second number of the Lyceum
course here came off tonight and wai
much enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. Golden Bright oT
Jefferson spent several days with hi.-;
mother here during the week.
Miss Ow-en and Miss Barfield, teac-'i-eis
in the graded school have lert
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I will sell 100 cases of Fire Crackers inihe
Bryson and Snyder Building,
iorganton,
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Special for Xmas
WALNUT BISQUE
SOMETHING I EW
EXTi !A FINE
TRY IT !
Let us book your Xmas orders early
Catawba Creamery Comp'y
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The Southern Toy
Company
WEST HICKOKY, N. C.
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PASTIME
TODAY ONLY
"Seeing Is
Believing''
A Comedv Drama Too Goad To
Miss
Added Attraction
FOX NEWS
Admission 10c & 20c
for the Christmas holidays.
Miss Ruby Goode a student in
Mitchel College, is home to spend
Christmas with her mother, Mi-j.
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PHILADELPHIA LUTHERAN
Granite Falls
Rev. J. J. Bickley, pastor.
Vesper service at 7:30 o'clock, sub
iect, '-Seme Offices of the Son. Isaiah
9:C.
At G:30 m. the children will mee:
to practice the Christmas program
and the choir will practice immedi-1
atelv after the service. j
The. public is cordially invited to '
worship at ail our services.
VIOLA DANA PASTIME TOD A'
The feature attraction at the Pas
time theatre, today only, will be Vi.la
Dana in her Metro production ' Soe:;:s
Is Believing" a comedv drama : o
good to miss. Added attraction the
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I'fell Ser TOMORROW AND FRIDAY
j The Crossroads .
pl SIX REEL COMEDY-MELODRAMA Mi
Bright lights and luring eyes. Whirls and "gimmie-girls." All .the
lite and luck, the glamor and gloom, the thrill and throb and
job and sob of Li'I Old New York packed into a
knock-out comedy-melodrama
TWELVE STARS IN CAST! SEE IT AND SHOUT !
Special music at evening performance by Mrs. Hatcher; ,
Shows: 2:00, 3:43, 5:30, 7:15, and 9:09 p. m.
Admission: Children, 10c, no tax; Adults 30c, tax included
ADDED ATTRACTION PATHE NEWS
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There is no end to the number of gift
suggestions that may be found in our shop.
You can make your selection here among
practical and useful presents which will
be appropriate for any member of the fam
ily. We mention a few of them:
Suits, Coats,
Shoes, G
Dresses?
oves. Handkerchiefs.
Bath Robes,
Manicure and Toilet Sets,
Stationery, Hosiery, Toys Etc.
With a word of appreciation, we ex
tend to you our best wishes for a Merry
Christmas.
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HICKORY, N. C.
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Ad
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SERVICE FOR EVERY
DAY
Prompt, Courteous, intelligent attention.
Every modern safeguard for your money.
Safe Deposit Boxes for a small rent.
Officers and Directors chosen from among your own people,
i'our business interests held strictly private.
,-iearty co-operation with our
result for vs both.
Absolute honesty every day in
First National Bank
HICKORY, N. C.
Capital and Surplus $300,000
Elliott, president; K. C. Menzies, vice-president and
cashier; J. L. Cilley, asst. cashier
J. D.
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Ties, Scarfs, Dolls,
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the week.
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take advantage
way, figuratively speaking dug a grave and wrote
an epitaph for Opportunity.
Opportunity never dies, and although he isn't
always recognized, his visits never cease. But one
ftiust have the means to receive him. '. ake pre
vision now, at this Bank, for the next visit Oppor
tunity pays you.
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Death From
Upheavals of sea and land
Chilean disaster. The tidal wave
tossed this locomotive and train
Try a Record Want
DR. GLENN R. FRYE
PHYSICIAN
Office over Hickory Drug Co.
Hours: 11 to 12 3 to 5
Phones: Office 96; Residence 162-J
FIRE , FIRE
Inanre before it burns j
CITIZENS INSURANCE &
REALTY CO.
W. H. LITTLE, Mgr.
Let Us Protect You
Phone 108 or 146-L
FIRE FIRE
Hickory Lodge No.343
Regular Communication First "and
Third. Monday nights
Brethren cordially invited to be
present
E. H. SHUFORD, W. M. :
W. L. BOATRIGHT, 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
G. W. RABY, M. D., D. C.
Chiropractor and Spinal Specialist
Over Essex Jewelry Store
Chirapractic Eliminates the Cause
of Disease
Phone 528-J
CYRUS C.BABB
Mem. Amer. Soc. Civil Engrs.
Waterpower, ' Waterworks And
Sewerage-rLand Sub-division
Highways
HICKORY, N. C.
Chamber Commerce Building
Address: Granite Falls, N. C.
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SEAL BRAND
COFFEE
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who having once failed to
of a chance that came h
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Warring Elements
spread destruction in the wake of the
which inundated the distract of Vallenar
like a chip. , ,
Ad and Find Lost Articles
We do All Kinds of
Radiator Repair Work
Johnson's Garage
PHONE 377
A.J.ESSEX
Graduate Optometrut
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
Hfekory - N. Car.
JITNEY SCHEDULE
Hickory-Lenoir Jitney Scheiol
Leave Lenoir 8:30 p. m.
Leave Hickory 5 p. m.
Arrive for No. 21 and 22.
C. E. ROBBFNS.
Quality Tires
at
"Gyp" Prices
80x3 All Weather Tread $12.50
30x3 Cross Rib Cord ,..$12.50
32x4 Cross Rib Cord $24.50
80x3 Pathfinder $8-85
30xT, Cross Rib Tread ..$10.65
Every Year is A Good Year For
Goodyear Tires.
Standard Garage
Sales Company
HICKORY, N. C
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