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0 N C-S D AYi EVENING, DECEMBER20, 1922.
THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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' HOPES MORRISON WILL SEEE
Rockingham, . Dec. 19. Rev. Oscar
Haywood of Montgomery county and
New York, made an address in the
courthouse here Saturday. . afternoon
in advocacv of t!v kii klux. klan.. He
referred to the ; boing made by
cettain governe :: ?:" ; -wn the klan,
and asseited fix: y 'Z Yc the klan 1
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hi Everybody
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Coats
Men and Boys Sporting Goods
Loggins
Pocket Knives
TOOL CHESTS
'"'"''Flashlights
i i order to win ihi i: -yro, Catholic . and
.TrtwiRh vtes. He started- that Gover
nor Morrison remaking ran effort to
be fair to the klan, but that' m soms
respects he sympathizes with the gov
ernor of Kansas. However, he assured
the packed courthouse, governor Mer
v.;i firnlhr e:et the lis'ht.
Rov M. Kavweod was introduced
by J. L. Hawley, superintendent of
tW T?ockinsrham railroad. He was
interrupted by ex-Senator W. L. Par-
sons, who inquired --as zo wnemer ir
is a member of the ku klux klan. i
" Mv T-iJivwood. answered "Yes."
Mr". Parsons then asked him ifhe '
i-QTi'f nmrlp r sworn affidavit in su
perior court in October that he was
not a ku klux. Mr. Haywood replied
' h.id made an affidavit that' he
was not a knight, of the ku klux klan
ivhiH-i-prr.nhasis on the "knight.
Mr. rarsons immediately left theJ
court room, stating that he did r.o
care to hear an address under any
nnoh fMWOirnstances.
'Referring to the recent New York
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letter purporting to be signed by a
leader of 000 negro gunmen m in ew
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for WomenUseful Gifts
Pcnclators
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Tea Pot
u-.surs
Casseroles
Carving sets
York, stating that they intended
shooting hell out ot mm on sigttc.
He " said' there were only three
preachers in New York honest and
'Li.i. , n .nnu in ; -husvt defense.
B3 and there were ui mus, ml.
Ki'kin, the pastor of Rockefeller's churcl
W. nrrl Rertov Canon Chase
m ' He spoke at same length on the
S3 effort nf f hp klan to have every state
enact a lav prohibiting intermar
riage of the races, and to restrict im
migration and curb the power of the
For Children Dolls and Toy:
Tinker Toys
Air Rifles
tiull Trunks
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Cannons
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.To'sr-s sinH Ontholics.
He said the ku klux ' klan stood
for law and order, and that hs had
.n5itive evidence that the Knights
of Columbus do wear masks, this las I .
in answer to the criticism of the klans
men being masked. It is understood
there are fully 300 klansmen in Rich
mond county. . , ;
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ROUGH WEATHER IS
REPORTED ON WAY
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:. B3 1 ' Many ipeople in this section scan--SJjning
the heavens today and reading
gl I the" weather forecast tonight will veTs-tS-ture
the- hone that .the high officials
M in Washington who have the last word
mon the weather may be wrong. Kan-:
lu ; and sleet are doped out for this sec
M ! tion. and by the looks of the horizon
FJ3nt noon today both , were probable.
I Tomorrow will be warmer, however,
j and there will be little chance of the
IS j sleet which in recent years has been
HSj called glaze sticking for any length
E3j of time.
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mmzmmEmmmmm I jse. Record Want iIds
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. u Vio Viausp also has been -
.m riL-T7n SjJfciivei ui u .vv .
C,!1KiSlMH am. mnn r o-ivpn nrecedence over the president oij
. 1 A,H; S the senate. The question of precc-;
ine liicKory inemis vi. m--.
Johnston will be glad to learn that
the school is iust as good this year
as ever. The house is full, and thus
0,.Vtipss Vias not invaded )t. ihree
devoted and competent teachers are
helping in the benevolent work, en
deavoring to equip unfortunate cmi
dren and youths for the battles ot
ilf. A. Curdy, B. D., Ph. D. who
came to -Baker Mountain from VV asn-
ington, D..C. with his two boys mte
years ago to recover his nealth is
not in icharge ot me s nuui-,..
v0i"K, TOgetner witu jh. v
ston and Miss Bernice Ciuiland.
,m Titvmnrinjr a snecial
Christmas program of recitations end
p.ongs in English, jj'rencn, uew,-
A sympathetic interest m the goou
work done at liaKer iviuuniu -v-
formed that the entertainment
be eiven Monday evening, ieceiu-
Jnr-o Wnmp, the cause of much clis
cussion but it was finally decided
that the following order should pre-
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eral.' vice-governor, ;
president of the senate and; speaker ;
n-F thp -house. I
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PHILIPPINE ENA
SPEAKER RANKS SECOND
Manila, P. I. Nov. 26. Senate Pres
ident Manuel L. Quezon's automobJ.
license number today is number tw-.
that 'of the governor general being
number one as formerly. Heretofore,
ti- kcense number of the automobile
cTthe speaker of the house of repre
sentatives has been number two. buo
the claim was made that the presi
dent of the senate should outrank
the speaker. ... . t,0
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self either. .When you can, buy a good, used, ; g
automobile a a loav price from Johnson's g
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1 Baby Grand Piano
1 Used Mathushek Piano
1 Fine Square Piano ,
4 Good Organs.
Several used Vicirolas and Edisons at Rkdu
A Fine Music Bags at ....... . . .$1.00 and $2.00
Some Very Fine Christmas Records.
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Big Assortment of Home Made Candies and
Bulk Chocolates. Large Assortment of Fancy Package
Canities. . "
We carry Lowhey's and booth's Fancy Box
Chocolates known for the QUALITY.
Visit our store look our line over before you buy.
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