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HICKORY DAILY RECORD "Bktokv Daily uecom io thtir communication beta OLD nd NEW wi.txw- To lnor elRcUal feihrxy, com ftefeita suM to th Sufc Ktiytico Pepartaut promptly. City loterilwn ahould cal 167 regarding JUi -II- - - ' - - j LONGVIEW ITKMS SUBSCRIPTION RATES Co Year 00 mail, 11.00; 6 monthi, $2.00) gMooth-. ffaffc Moctt - 121 tfbnth 46 vMk - .10 fcnfrd ieoonr-lM"tnattr Sp tstr 11. 1915, tt th pctcfflc si H&fcoryt N. C, under th ct of March ,1979. DKATII OK MRS. LAEL Thi Auecltd Pkm U exeltutvely niWtd to the dm of republication ottfl newt credited to it or not ialfaja paper and aleo the lo &tt2Z OF ASSOCIATED PRESS r&IUted ky tie Clsy Printing Co. Brery Erealnr Except Sunday Mr. Cecil Spencer is at hom,? from High Point. Mr. Ane Philips and daughter Miss Ethel have returned home from Virginia. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Irayham ll.-.uwi.ir a fin hov. Mtff vllle Sham and Evelyn Candy spent Sunday at Miss Sharps home. . . A crrpat nianv from here attention Ball's Creek campmeetinsr Sunday. The stork also visited the home of Mr. Theo Crumu and left a fine boy. Mrs V. .1. Rums ts with ner daughter Mrs. Theo Crump Mrs. Henry Burcn is not aoie io i.c out her friends regret to know. Mr. Charlw Jones spent Sunday with his family. Mrs. Hassel Beach and Mrs. Tea- ,. MnfiTBiifnn snnnt n fpV llOVU'S here last week with Mrs. Pock and Sid Spencer. The Loncview scnooi win September 12. GRAND TODAY If vou missrti seeing that good William Fox picture 'Colorado riuck" featuring William Russell at the Grand yesterday, com," tou.iy. Added attraction a two reel Christ ?e comedy. Tomorrow Charles Ray ui "Th Rusher a paramount picuiv. Too Rood to miss. Mrs. I.ovio Ada Iicl, aged 45 years and eight months, died at her home in Hickory Sunday morning at 8 o'clock and the funeral was hold Sun day at 1 1 o'clock from St. Stephens church by Rev. Mr. Kuogele. She is survived by her husband, W. P. I.ael, and several children. Mrs. I.acl was a splendid woman and her death has caused sorrow among many friends COMMUNITY CI.UIJ STREET COM M ITTEE Mrs. J. Worth Elliott has issued a call lot a meeting of the street committee of the Community Club to bo held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Chamber of Commerce rooms. This being the fast meet ing of the autumnal season of this committee many important subjects will come up for discussion and every member is urged to attend. DEATH OF INFANT Ira E. Williams, Jr., infant son of Mr. and Mrs, Ira E. Williams died on Sunday morning and the funeral va held from Arney's church in tb.c i afternoon. nniMiTr n r mi nr Mm Iff bllMI I LI MAKES GOOD START ! TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST The Hank of Granite reopened yes-, terday morning in fine style Cashier Russell M. Yount reported today, and. the first hv was a complete suc-cess. Granite Falls reonle were happy over the prompt reopening of the institu lion. and business men and farmers: brought money to the bank for depos- it. There was not a single withdraw-, al. j The Bank of Granite has the confi-, dence of the people of the Granite Falls section and its deposits and business ought to grow rapidly from day to day. Holy Trinity Lutheran Sunday school is having; it annual picnic at Ca twba Spring today. Your Bank And You Your bank should be able to meet all your needs m moncv maUe?s. More than that, you want serv,ce from your bank that is more than just satisfactory. M.f,,v intPrp.f Here at the First National, we take a fnendly interest in your success and offer at all times financial gu,dance m your """irS'cach of your visits a pleasure, so that' you will feel at home here. Come here often-r-we are glad to see vou any time. ....... - " - ' '- - First National Bank HICKORY, N. C. ? Capital and Surplus $300,000.00 J D Elliott, president, K. C. Menzies, VicePresident & Cashir J. L. Cilley, Asst. Cashkr 30. io I A. II II LilLUti ilOUMiHTiM')' Little House Our Funiitui I'll! I 111 AN IMPORTANT CONFERENCE There are ovr 6,000,000 persons out of employment and what is need moit.ls to tt them back to work. That is the problem President Hard ing's industrial conference, called for the .middle of September, will tackle CVitinn f wairea. working conui tions, union and open shops will be omitted and the conferees will dis case only th important thing." If th. conference will not inject these secondary matters into the di9 tussion, it will not resolve itself into a "debating society," as was the case with th Wilson conference. and aome progress may be, looked for. Vnnuarh mn have been out of iobs long enough to convince all interests of the necessity for some action that will lead to work. If indeed, there is any great desire on th part of many people to want to work again. Rural telephone subscribers will meet at the Chamber of Commerce Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock to take some action against an increase in telephone rates that will become effective Thursday morning. They may not be able to do anything about It. but they can at least say what they think. There .has i been more cutting of weeds and grass in the last ten days than' in any threfl or four years in re cent history, and the result is a de cided improvement. We hope the mos quitoes have betn run out of their homes. Charlotte and Rock Hill textile striken are. back at work after a va cation of three months. They draw tha same wages they received when they quit,' but have lost much time and most of them are heavily in debt. The year 1921 has bocn rather a poor eeaion for strikes. Every now and then an American is murdered by bandit3 in Mexico, but a fellows chances for life would seam to be better in that southern eoontry. Farmers reoort cut worms as the cause of much damage to crops this summer,, but Hickory gardeners say morning glories havij ; been their greatest ' trouble thls summer. They aTe in full flower these mornings. Eugene V. Debs is a nut who is little more dangerous at .large than he, is In prison, and his release will make li tile difference whether he is pardoned or not. - . Persona who lhave seen the Hick ory cavalry in action say it is the real thing. The cavalry will bp a big attraction at the fair next month. WATCH YOUR KIDNEYS Inhaling the fumes of turpentine na white lead oftan weakens the kidneys.. That's one reason why so many painters have bad backs and sick kidneys. Exposure, frequent colds and chills and the strain of climbing up and down ladders help etart th trouble. If your back aches, if sham pains strike you in th back when stoop ing, lifting or working: if you have headaches, dizziness, rheumatic pains if the urine is discolored or passages painful and scanty, try oDna's Kid ney Pills, thfl remedy so widely used and so well recommended bv men in the painting trade. Here's a Hickory man's testimony: (Wl. H. Sublett, painter, Fourth St., says: "Inhaling the fumes of turpen tine sometimes makes me very di, zy and affects the action of my kid nays. Doan's Kidney Pills arc the only kidney remedy that gives me re lief. After, taking a few, I alwav feel stronger and the action of my kidneys is improved. I would advise all painters to use Doan's Kidney Pills." Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't imply iask for a kidney remedy iret DoanV KIHnv Pills tha that Mr. Sublett lhad. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfra., Buffalo y. Y. Adv. It will 'be an unfortunate day for crooks when policemen adopt the nrac tice of aiming at innocent bystanders. Kills Pesky Bed Bugs r. ir Q. T r. Q . Te V r Devils Qui'ctti. not n insect rw der but a chemical, no bius ordii't. und actually M Bed Fugs. Ronchc. Flea nd Ants, and their tee as well. W rscKaee nmM cuart- - DrutrciM can aup rly you. or mailed prepaid upon receipt of price by the Owl Chem. Co. t erre Haute. Ind. Genuine F. D. . never peddled. FOUNDED IN 1838 CHARTERED IN TRINITY COLLEGE DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA Trinity Collece offers the general student the choice leading to the bachelor s degree. 185'J of a wide va For mature rietv of courses leading to the bachelor s students it provides also special groups of studies in Business Administration, Religious Training, Engineering, Pie-medical and General Science Work, Teaching. Graduate instruction in all De partments. School of Law. Fall Term begins Sept. 14, 1921. For catalogue and illustrated Booklet address, R. L. FLOWERS, Secretary to the Corporation 3" I V-Of f ' I i i ! ' i ! Parks-Belk-Broome Company i i 1 ONE ONE BRAND QUALIT One Size Pac, a All our skill, facilities, and lifelong knowledge of the finest tobaccos are concentrated on this one cigarette CAMEL. Into this ONE BRAND, we put the utmost qual ity. Nothing is too good for Camels. They are as good as it's possible to make a cigarette. ,- Camel QUALITY is always maintained at the same high, exclusive standard. You can always depend on the same mellow-mild refreshing smooth ness the taste and rich flavor of choicest tobaccos and 'entire freedom from cigaretty aftertaste. And remember this! Camels come in one size package only 20 cigarettes just the right size to make the greatest saving in production and packing. This saving goes straight into Camel Quality. That's tme reason why you can get.Camel Quality; at so. moderate a price. Here's another. We put no useless frills on th0 Camel package. No '"extra wrappers!" Nothing: just for show! Such things do not improve the smoke any more than premiums 6r coupons. And their added cost must go onto the price or come out of the quality. One thing and one only is responsible for Camels great and growing popularity'" That is CAMEL QUALITY.' y R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem. N.C. S-M "The Shopping Center" NEW FALL w Our buyers have just returned from Northern Markets and by cv ery express we receive shipments of beautiful dresses, coat uits. ! coats, etc. . . . ' t - &2 I An Unusual Opportunity as We offer you in these new goods all marked low as is always tlit Belk Custom and best in quality. We invite you to see them. DRESSES Dresses of Jersey, all wool and all shades made up in jumper styles and with short sleeves, Priced $5.95, $7.95 (All wool) Serge Dresses and Tricolet Dresses made in late styles, trimmed with braid and some plain. Priced: $9.95 to $22.50 Jumper Dresses Serge, all wool $5.95 HATS COAT SUITS The latest in Misses and Ladies sport and dress hats now ready for you. All shades and styles. Prices: $2.98 to $6.95 Special sale of Cur tain materials this week. See display. Prices 10c to 65c yd See Window Display All wool Soie and Tricolet Suit , all stvles for t!i'1 yniiia and old. Pkedand box effect Suits. Priced $13.95, $19.05 $29.95 SPECIAL 10 all wool d !. ; Coat Suits. Alien ors, offering fr t!;b week. , $9.95 Belks Sell it for Less Belk's Sell ii for Less Parks-Belk-Broome Compa ny Hickory N. C.