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pRlDAY EVENING; AUGUST 25, 1922.
PAGE ;TH REE ' IntnlUKUnT UAILT ntUUKU The Knur Store SMW What H Service anH Satisfaction J m -T? j You always get the best quality, latest styles and lowest prices. Expert repairing promptly executed, Geo. E. Bisamar ' Jeweler and Optometrist. LWatcK inspector So. and C. '& N. W. Rys. I I In Temporary Home HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO General Insurance and Bonds Office between First National and Southern Public Utilities Co. The best of EVERYTHING TO EAT AND DRINK Hot Lunches, Candies, Feast Cakes, t Fruits Wc feed the hungry Phone us your orders for Good Fresh Fish Cold Drinks. Try Chocolushus Milk, 5c Ice Cream REX LUNCH ROOM Phono 248-J 1408-lOth Ave. D. W. Cook, Prop. mil ri rT -J VVi. fi r . Har Your Airro topping and ; i:inni.sTKUiN(; Done At HICKORY AUTO & TOPPING COMPANY J. G. Wolfe, Manager Went 11th Avenue Geo. E. Bisanar DOCTOR OF OPTICS Error of Refraction and all Optical defect corrected with properly fitted K lasses Office and examination room in connection with Jewelry store CIPIllD PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. Hickory, N. C. CYRUS C. BABB Mem. Am. Coc. Civil Kngrs. Watcrpower, Waterworks And Sewerage Land Sub-division ..... Highways -HICKORY, N. Cr. fahmlier Commerce Building AiMh'sh: Granite Falls, N. C. Hickory Lodge No.343 Regular Communication First and Third Monday nights Brethren cordially invited to be present P. J. SUTTLEMYRE, W. M. W. L. BOATRIGHT, Sec G. W. KABY, M. D., D. C. Chiropractor and Spinal Specialist Over Essex Jewelry Store Chirapractic Eliminates the Cause of Disease I'hone 528-J JITNEY SCHEDULE Hi Wy.,en)ir Jitney Schedule Leave Lrnoir HMO p. m. Uav.. Ifirkory fi p. m. Arrive for No. 21 and 22. C. K. ROBBINS. HRK nE lnHiir. t,ofre it burns tiriZKNS INSURANCE & RKALTY CO. , W. II. LITTLE, Mgr. I'm Protect You lrh FIRE A.J.ESSEX Graduate Optometrist 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 H irkory - N. Car. Telephone 94-J f J. C. DcRHODES Notary Public Office over Yodcr's Carry and Save Chase & Sanborn SEAL BRAND D COFFEE Best Grown in The Whiter & Martin DR. GLENN R. FRYE PHYSICIAN Office over HicKory Drug Co. Hours: 10 to 12 3 to 5 7 to 9 Phone: Office OG Residence 477-L Mr. C. L. Mosteller is away on a business trip to Richmond, Va. Mrs. Auburn Setzer has as her guest Mrs. Blackwell of Virginia. Miss Virginia Allen returned last week from Raleftrh where shn snpnt several months. Mr. and Mis. Herman Pnvno ami children have returned from a visit to Charlotte. Master Charles Mo'steller is snrnrl- 5jK .vveek with his grandfather, iur. vaivin Baker. BARACAS AND PHI LATHE AS FEAST Misses Gladys and Aline Fi vr turned yesterdav from a visit. Lincolnton. re-to Miss Jessie Bvrd and sister. Mrs. Byrd, of Moreanton. were Hickoiv snoppers yesterday. Miss Ruth Greer returned tn hor home in the Valley today after being the guest since Tuesday of Miss SalJie Clarkson. Mrs. Green Long .returned to her home in Wir.ston-Salem todav after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Loner. Mrs. L. Sv Sherrill and younger children are spending this week in Granite Falls with her mother, Jyrs. Teague. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D'Anna attend ed the funeral in Charlotte yester day of Mr. D'Anna's cousin, Mr. Ralph S. Murrill. - Miss Margaret McDow, the attrac tive guest for some time of Miss Ruth Craig, returned to her home In York, S. C, yesterday afternoon. The Epworth League of tbe First Methodist church will hear Cyclone Mack preach tonight at Lincolnton. The young people will gi down in a body tonight. Mrs. J. II. Elliott has returned from Lancaster, S. C, where she had been for two week's at the bedside of her brother, whose, death occurred Monday. Mr. R. J. Revely stopped over for several hours today on his way from Lexington, Va., t AshcvilJe where h will stay until the opening of the city schools in September. Mrs. George Lyerly, 'Mrs. R. E. Martin and guests, Mrs. Eppler and Mrs. Hill of Baltimore and Mrs. T. A. Mott are spending today in Charlotte. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Abernethy, 'Mr. George Bailey and guest, Mrs. Cox of Corinth, Miss., Mrs. Geo. C. Yoder and Mrs. T. C. Blackburn spent Wed nesday in Charlotte. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Greene and son, Joe Randolph, and Miss Iona Aber nethy have returned from a delight ful visit to Shelby, Lattimore and South Carolisa. .Mrs. D. W. Goodson and son, Ken neth, of Salisbury, returned home to day after being guests of Mrs. M. J. Abernethy on Ninth avenue. Elwooti Goodson remaised over for a longer visit. Messrs. Chas. Swarengen and Pen land Davis of Kannapolis, who have been spending several days in the mountains, will spend tonight with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Long, stopping over on their way home. Misses Lotie and Edith Suttlemyrc and Mr. P. C. Setzer returned today from New York and other northern markets where they purchased fall and winter stock for the Setzer & Russell store. Miss Alice Warren and Misses Janlc and Mary uart Menzies will leave tomorrow fqt Buck Creek where they will attend a houseparty given by the young men of Marisp. Mr. Nor man Hutton left today to attend the houseparty. Mr. Boyd W. Little of Charlotte, who is in charge of the electric range campaign put on here by the Southern Public Utilities Company, had not been to Hickory in 18 years, he told a Record reporter, and was astounded at the growth of the town. He did net know it as the Hickory of a decade ago. A TRUE RAT STORY We do All Kinds of Radiator Repair Work Johnson's Garage PHONE 377 One of the most delightful ; social occasions in the history of the Baraca and Thilathea classes of the First Methodist church this summer yas tliO joint moonlight picnic and watermelon feast held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Robinson about 5 miles south of the city. The crowd assembled on the. church lawn and went to Mr. and Mrs. Robin Son's home in large trucks; , A t?od A 1 . 1 ' . . - J- . ume generally was neld leatured by the cutting of numerous large and de licious watermelons. The party return ed home about 930 o'clock last night. B. Y. P. U. CONVENTION If you are interested in B. Y, P. U. work, attend ! the meeting of all the unions next Sunday afternoon at "4 o'clock in the First Baptist church. Wanted A good representation tif B. Y. P. U. members from Brookford. West Hickory, Highland, Penelope, and r list Uaptist church, next Sunday af ternoon at 4:00 p. m. at the First Bap tist church. This is just another reminder of the young people's meeting next Sundav afternoon at the First Baptist church. ICE CREAM PARTY The men's BibU class of the High lnad Baptist church will entertain its members at an ice cream supper to night at the home of Mr. W. H. Lutz. JWe co'rdially invite to attend with us all officers, teachers and assistant teachers of this Sunday school, also tre members of the Baraca class of the First Baptist church and all oth ers that have all irivitatio front any member of the class are cordially in vited to attend . Come rain or shine as we will have ample place to meet in. An enjoyable evening is promised come "This class is do'ing a Splendid work in this com munity and invites every man to at tend every Sunday 9:45 o'clock. ; A MEMBER MISS BON NOR HOSTESS With Miss Emma Bonner as hostess, the Do As You Please Club held a very delightful meeting yesterday af ternoon at 4 o'clock. The meeting Avas presided over by the president, Miss Virginia Allen and 'during the business session that marked the opening of the meeting several matters of busi ness were brought before the club for transaction. The club will enter upon the regu lar fall work at the next meeting to be held two weeks later and at this time the members were requested to have their books for the fall series. The social hour was exceedingly enjoyable and a number of guests in addition to club members added to the pleasure of the afternoon. The house was exquisitely decorated with quan tities of summer flowers and was very pretty and attractive. A feature of this hour waA the "Motor Romance" Which the guests entered into with enthu siasm. At the close of the afternoon the hostess served a salad course with ac cessories followed by salted nuts. In vited guests were Mesdames Connolly Lamble, Clarence Seagle, Nobel Shu mate, John Cilley, Jr., and Miss Maye Swicegood. The club adjourned to meet . two weeks later with Mrs. O. H. Hester. ' CONSTANCE TALMADGE PASTIME TODAY If you did not see that good comedy drama "Woman's Place," featuring Lonstance Talmadge at the Pastime yesterday you missed a fine picture. Better come today. Tomorrow Agnes Ayers in "The Ordeal," her new Para mount picture. Conrad Nagel is in the supporting cast. "The Ordeal" is the first story to be written direct for the screen by Wi Somerset Maugham, author of such big stage and novel successes as Ladv Frederick," "The Land of Promise," "The Circle," "The Moon and Six pence" and "Of Human Bondage," Paul Powell directed while Beulah Ma rie Dix made the adaption. Added attraction, a Snub Pollard comedy. Miss Thelma Bradford of Raleigh is the guest for several days of Miss Jo Bradford. the Women Will Wear A .-.. TaMM ?-3t- Btearns Electtic Parte Co., onicaso. Dear Sirs: Mr. Robert T. Donnell ol Autourntown. Tenn.. came in our store the other day and wanted BomethinK to kill rats, so I sold him a, box Stearns Rat Paste. And he put some paste on six biscuits that riisht and the next morn ins; he found fifty-four big rats. Ad the econd night ho put out four more bis cuits with paste on them, and the second morning he found seventeen more rats, making a total of seventy-one rats in two nights, and there were lota more that he did not find. This is some big rat tale., but, never theless, it is so. Just thought would r)t to let you know that your rat paste IspectfUlly. KENNEDY BROTHERS. Duy a 35c Dox Today Enough to Kill 50 to 100 Rats or Mica Don't waste tim trying to kill these pests hpowrs.liquidsanSotherexperimental prVparatisns. Ready to rse--Better Than TXtipa Drug and Gemcral Stores sell STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE Ah, Hah! CORNS You can tell he has corns by his limp and the agonized look on his face. The limp and the look go together. OUR CORN REMEDY in liquid form, so easy to apply, ran be painted on the corn and is guaranteed to pull out the ache and later the corn itself. Such a rapid, thorough action not dupli cated in any other corn remedy, and the price exactly the same as you pay for any. Lutz Drug Store "ON THE CORNER" Phona 17 and 317 0 , Rapidly the Fall Season i approaching1 and with" it comes tlie thought and ideas of what is new in wearing apparel. ; U A very radical change has been developed, yet there has nev er been shown such diversity of styles. There was a time when one distinct style prevailed. No longer so. This Season you - will see many distinctive styles. 4 " ' " The woolen originators both foreign and domestic have in troduced several new fabrics, such as Fashona, Orjnandale, $el veretta, Goblin Duvetyn, Marcopa,.Marvella, Veldyne, etc.:: All these fabrics have been produced in some new shades as Fallo W-Ha wain, Cossack, etc. , but New York says Brorwn will Ijead with navy and black following. , " ' - Furs predominate for trimmings, but why shouldn't they when we have such luxurious and caressing furs as Beaver, Alio le, Sq w rel, Wolf, Fox, Chincilla and Ermine. ' One will notice the difference in Dress styles more than any other wearables; Long graceful lines, basque effects, flowing pan els and cascade drapes are the modes today. One dress in particu lar that is destined to be very popular is an afternoon: frock of Sat in back canton crepe with long lines, basque waist 'and slender tunic effect that may be longer or shorter over the skirt. t)ne piece velvet frocks will be much in favor. In woolens the fme weave Pqi ret twills are favored. v . ' .. .; The suits shown are mostly tailored models, extnemel jr long accentuating the slender Grecian lines; but there are some smart novelty suits being shown in Duvetyn and Marleen trimmed -with Fox, Mole and Marten. ' :y The New Coats are in two distinct classes. We have the sport coats for town motoring and gen3ral out door weiar. They jare three quarters length and are very manish in appearance. Some very novel coats in double faced fabrics that tend to portray the. beau tiful backs; others are luxuriously lined with a great variety of beautiful fur collars. Then there are imported mixtures1 of all. kinds with and without fur. ' , ! The length of skirts everybody is asking how long wall the skirts be? Although a few skirts will be shown very long, almost to the ground, there has already been a reaction and the proper length' now shown iiT Paris and New York will be worn from 7 to 8 -inches'; from the ground. The extremely short Flapper skirt is gone and: the long flowing skirt has already had its run. ' - - So when the smartly dressed woman proceeds to make hep purchases she will find endless variations to select from and sliet will be able to dress entirely different from her neighbor. We are proud of the well known Nationally advertised lines that we will show this Fall. We mention one in each line: , - "Printzess" Coat Suits, "Smart Style" Coats, "Betty Wales Dresses, "Star Skirts, Trincess,, Blouses, etc. 4' L - u Ik Thompson-West Company f FT : THE LADIES' STORE .tvtv. Trrir.;,.!.- o. RhpnnavH nrofessoT isnent several days at the Huffry hotel, lor's at Camp Mondamin this summer of science in the Goldsboro high school i Mr. Sheppard Was one of the council-and stopped over on his return home. MP-' Quality You can buy tires that cost more and tires that cost less thairGood- rich Silvertown Cords. But when you come to the on cost you are really interested in final cost you can find no greater economy than through the use of Silvertown Cords. Their ability to withstand con tinual hard driving and their uni formly high mileage make them the greatest tire value that can be btained. Come in and get our prices and service story regarding Silver towns the next time you are in need of a tire. Johnson's Garage Goodrich Tire Tubes Accessor! Willy Knight Overland Car Hickory, N. C.