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r r K y y , , , , 4. -i I 5 l " if iRsnAY EVENING. JULY 21. 1921 HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE FIVE - f: COOKING DEMONST DME IN AND WATCH IT WORK HOT BISCUITS & Coffee Free ' v IHMHJW K AMI TfTbM A TTBr RATION FRIDAY AB FRNETH Y ioi; ON dii:v I AIJ.M to lfaun :'. Ill HIV inquiries le.'ciV- I DlK T ( f ( 'ulllilN't'lV .'if i'i : (' i'OllId VI' of n l; ht-'Uvt to ill'lll;'!,''., n-ivfly :h;ws :()v every I I ' mIc k to Cat.-.u tin iji.' brt informa'.i'.M! ob .! airy in;, ". iiiia.n ;US Kast C.is !, I' !:: tdll. writes f'O.'fl' I i .:. ;t' follows; V .; ,,'!' .v any goi il cm i I. C: n.;i' II ii-kury who would v yi vi n .." whit" man, 8'... "au;i!y and ai-cii-.tom- y "Vw. !., i'fU in and about i r t. i in 'tir iitv nnar i an-' i: ;tr' '. Cot. ughly undof?;' i'! i", ji'.i Mr.-. '.' A:n .- tvi'i'V. i.i i u-i'M !;'!.. t" '1 .i'i1 ,' urn,, hand, anil know fcv i l; i.'-i'v at i' tin- iic.-t vv, !. ! in I ln Mali'. n I of ' '"niiiU'iYt' '. ,:if il1. :. !, al';'i.i g--tting this tr mi. in ; i.ji:;i!Iy h c del, hi , ! f w 1 1 ;n ca;i v men POPULATION AMI FAMIM. j Springfield Republican. I "i it :n r.uropo tiie drouth h is : I lioen relieved by consider:; b!e rains.1 I i iiey l g:m ia rlugland, tau rut tdli gv":tt ( mage had bed done by the, nu . t ptolongcd dry spell known in ti.'' years'. In Fr.:ncc, whole t -i i j wcie not quite sa bad, the. rain last y. ic!; c.uue in a storm cf groat vi-- j '"in v1 whuh gave Palis the mest' tirtling sensation it has had since i lie ir laid? on led. In the lowland.-, of Belgium and Holland tn '.' I deficiency nf rain has not been so seriously felt- and not much is known of present conditions in Contrail i'.i'i' ,) ki ii I nai tn in. i !y :n tlie n .VKiin lards ef th" Danube. !.. I" .,.,.1.,..., !,-.,, ..ro, ' ers whuh la t ninntli pronii.'i'd lief plv.'cd de!u-iv. and terrible .oiints, which nuit be ILL TO MMl ! )'- ) n-tlV bthcr Tell3 How tier Mer Was Made Well by Lydia E. Pinkham's getable Compound lphi.1, rri.-"At tli" .vr of v (Jnunhtrr va fiavinj? iroutu-. overv ninnfR. i-n- had bad pains icrosj i hr h.'ick jinii in ru-r Hides, hur buck woulu pain her so that she jould not tlo her work ,md would have to 1 io down. My married daughter recommen ded Lydia II I'ink harn'ij Vorc table Compound. She took it faith fully and is now rcirul.'ir and Wo r .-commend the V'e;v oniiioind rind riw you permis- kuhli..h thi-s k-ttiT. " Mrs. Katie N. Tairhill St., I'luladel- lintr all d;iv. tr -ittincr in cramped pi 'irj.li 'ten with wet feet, young lit r act deranged conditions, and hey fire hardly p.waro ot ltthoy hcri'laches, backache, irrepular- lcrvousrifss and beannir-down 1 of which are symptoms of ill If every mother who has IlUr sufTVrini from siif-b vmn- Fi;ll t"'"iit bv the experience of Ikt .'I'i'l I'ive Lvdia E. i'ink- fi k'l'tahl.' Compound a fair trial Jy i'., , t the .same happy result. pain. supposed at true, have come of tiu burning up ot the crops in Uussia lor laci; f rain. Miscow denies that Senatoir France, who is tin-re on a t'-ur of investigatiun,. has been asked to appeal to America for .'id but upt.n his return lie '.till r.o doubt make a st iteno'i)'. mi' n t'u- condi tions which h,e found, in which crop prospects would naturally have t plaie. China- which s uttered most last year, has had several food . ,!ns, the worst is believed to ot- i: hundred-; of thousands ef liveH ate been savcl bv the Kcil Cr:s.s .J'd other relief agencies. Uur own country has had su nar row an escape as to be able to ap .icciaie more lullv the tli re ng-, ''ic'iuce of a destructive and wide spread drouth. Whatever the cause, i.... nurt n..; n heniisiih jre which con tains the grtat part of t'.'.e huma.n .. U; mj( fereil a trrave disaster j Epidemics since 11 1-1 have destroyed nune lives than the -war, and other millii'iis have perished from famine. .er is the end m si;ht, for m.my 1 arvt ts have been ruined- and lauge, infiueiK'.a and typhus are now belpg Xdweil in . Asia and eastern! huic.pe ly -a deslructivc epidemic .ofl i i . Ciioiera. ... . l. . ..P li..:li( 1 W Hue i:.e iivaen uwlii 'i v... v.. v and 'of f'.n'ine hav.-- of course been greatlv increased by the war, the .ii-tulli a sharp reminder of the narn-wncs of the margin of su'o-.o.-ien.e. The .tr!.l still lives from baivi to mouth. In g-"d years it can protluce much more feed than it neetis, but no surplus is accumu.ated was when the last previous onicr geiiey occurred. By the 2 1st centary it nny have dcubled ajrain, puttin;? no great strain on the productive foie.s of the t-.-.i'lh, tut makinj' cer tain as unparalleled t.:.i-, .er nrles:; bv forvsicjit co-o;.)eration a aurplas tan be horded for iairiue y-sirs I-i the Tai-pinc rcbellior. In Chb.ui whi:-ii many tieople lemcmbe:-, :;une 4n,rt.i(), H00 i 'M-,de perished frtm war, disease ami famine. We .Tie tccusi.omed t- such disasters in ovomopu' tcil China but it is not :.o easily realized that liny u-aso n A suppli.'-; fail. T!ie i t CUM, "ii ce j at long intervals of peril ds of prolonged di :utJi is one rncd it of the fundnmcntKl fads of human history. Perhaps before another I come- scien -c will L.i".e ' forecast them, at ail events quite possible for civilized eore- mun.i ics to pvev.ro tor V.'m hy fci.-r-nifitf a kuvu'u-, in hand. A fully eiviliztd Avorid will not find a bad year or ever, two bad years in uc ccjtion an irremediable disaster. Put none but" Americans on guard. u.'t do not look to their names .v; the ;rauge of. their Americanis'r.. San Francisco Chronicle. 1:1 G HAL i'i TO?.if)iiRCAV Tho public will ce. iuci;;-e;t2il fn big sale vmic! will start tomor- jiC'A at i-.lctvi V; RussoiiV and - ccn ! tinu-.' for ten tl-ys. The aioiounce-jJ-'iit which appeared in yesterday's j .Record, fives t'ie shoppers a good Idea of what they will find. When the irresistible reformer meets the immovable sinner the result u; fyeneraliy a parade down Broadway.- Kansas City Star. Father is blsd he Ins finished work ing his son's way through college. Reno Gazette. ANOTHER VETERAN PASSES r .Mr. Sylvunus Cline, v,?ternn nf tbP I Civil War and a substantial farmer ! living east of St- Stephens e'm-h, ned yesterday following an illness ;of sV'rt nir-aiion. The fuuev:i wis I held this nft.-rnoon at 2 o'clock from I St. Steph'-ns church conducted bv I Re . Mr. Kuegele. Mr. CiiiU'. was cged about 77 years. ! lie enlisted on March 2, 1S(;:; .with ; Company C, 28th "North ' Catolina ; Re.iinent. ' Swrviving are hjs wif .o . and four ! children, cue son' a ml three" daughters They are Mr.- Ephraim Clin; and Mrs. Julius ; Harris, who. live in High land, Mrs. Hugh Harris who lives iri the Sweetwater district and Mrs. i Town-end who lives near the home P! ;ce. One brother, Mr. Timothy i Cline, also a veteran of the war be- twen the t tates, survives. JOKE HAD BECOME FAMILIAR "I have prepared a brief, your hon or." "How long is it?" "Three hundred andforty-two pas es." . Aiul neither. the judge irjr th-f law yer smiled. Detroit Free Press. - ; u " Si po.-i ible succession of 1;at! re- ii. air1 mat years. . ... xc.raallv famine is quickly i. I l .',t... uri'ii: til r 1h(l'l 13 a IieVCIl 1lVULl. ' - , ways a surplus somewhere, and steam navigation has made its aa liibution eas But at Ion;? inter vals Nature's forces combine to P.ro duco exception1 il and deitiuctive drouth, sometimes for several years ;-i .icie-oion. ever a great part ol i'h,. world, ind ft.r this contingency civilization has not yet provided. in h century the population ot the earth has doubled, which means that the ,.f iel:ef is far greater than it fecouting for a New Scenic Road i 07:'. 1 fi :fm$m )) Mary .7. Burton of Los Angeles Is pointing, for the benefit of Miss 1 o nid..Kii of Salt Lake t'ity. to the wonderful view o southern Utah's ' ' '"iiirry" ns thev stand on a biirh iilntwui. The girls aVe members oi " - "(iiiiig tl e new scenic road from Zlon National par, Utah, to tne SU M M JtSeg TP1 A H A KYTT3 fro r n p r3 fi K M m I r3 M r3 naay, July &na9 11 ins I a n asis STORE CLOSED THURSDAY ALL DAY. 'ays DOORS OPEN AT 8:30 A. M. FRIDAY " Ouy entire stock will be placed on the bargain counter during this sale and everything will be just as repre sented. You buy what you want at a saving. There will be nothing reserved. EVERYTHING - SOLD ; AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST. F E f E E 5 Yards good 25c Bleached Domestic will be given to each of the First 100 Customers whose Individual purchas es amount to $5.00 or More. : m . Terms: Cash. No Exchanges or " Appro vaF Sales CLOTHINCft Kool Klcth and Palm Beach Suits $2.95 to $9.95 Men's All Wool Suits . : , $14.95 to $24.95 One lot Bov'.s Wool Suits, sizes 10 to 18 . $5.95 One lot Boys Wool Suits some serges $7.95 One lot Boys' Wool Suits $9.95 TOWELS BIG B1RGA1NS4 10 'doz. Huek Towels, good size 10c each 10 dozen Unbleached Turkish Towels 12c each 10 dozen large size Bleachtd Turkish Towels, 50c value 2oc BED SPREADS $2.50 Large Size Bed Spreads $1.60 $4.50 Marseilles Spreads Only $2.95 SHEETS 72x30 Seamed Sheets 75e 81x90 Seamless Sheets -$1.25 READ THESE PRICES THEN ACT There will be plenty of salesfolks to wait on you. Every day will be bargain day, but we urge you to come early and get the pick of the many bargains. OXFORDS 250 pair Ladies' Oxfords andPumps Small sizes" Jc pair One Lot all Sizes $1.00 pair Better Shoes and Oxfords $1.95 to 8.00 . SHIRTS Men's Fine Shirts J-Jc to $3.90 75c Work Shirts good quality 45c OVERALLS Men's best Heavy Blue Overalls $1.15 Heavy Striped Overalls $1.00 BUNGALOW APRONS $1.50 Bungalow Aprons $1.00. HOSE Fancv Drop stitch Silk Hose 50c Pure Thread Silk Hose $1,00 READY-TO-WEAR l-i! olF on all Ladies Ready to Wear $5.00 Middv Suits $2.50 Jack Tar Middy Blouses $1.50 and $2.00 WAISTS $1.00 Shirt Waists -ii.50 Shirt Waists I oc $2.50 All Other Shirt Waists greatly reduced. VOILE 50c Figured Voile, 40 in special 2C'c PERCALE Good quality 30 in. light and -dark colored percale 10c SILKS! $3.00 Barinet Satin rose, blue, brown and white ' $2.25 yd. Good quality Crepe do Chine and Georgette Crepe, all. colors $1.25 yd. One lot Fancy Silks $1.00 yd. Don't fail to visit our Silk Depart ment. You will find many bar gains. LINEN All colored linen to go at 75c yd. GINGHAMS 32 in Renfrew Gtinhams 25c yd. 27 in. good quality Ginghams 15c yd. Domino Apron Ginghams 10c yd SPORT SILKS $5.00 Fancy Sport Skirting $2.00 yd. SO in. Curtain Scrim 10c yd RIBBON One lot Tlaid and Plain Ribbon 10c yd. $1.00 Colored Imported Organdie 75c HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 1 " "i' tin; (In. ml canyon.