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FOREST CITY COURIER
FORES r CITY, N. C.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
PRICE $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE
Entered Aug. 22. 1918. at the Postoffice at
Forest City. N. C , as second ciass matter
under act of Congress of March 3, 1879
Telephone No. 58
OCTOBER 9, 1919.
Rev. P. J. Hunt filled his regular
appointment at Bethel Saturday and
Plans are being made to build a
new Baptist church here in the
Mr. Chanta Green died suddenly
Saturday of heart trouble and was
buried Sunday at Wall , Rev. Z. D.
Harrill conducting the funeral ser
vices. He leaves a wife and several
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Blanton
visited relatives in Raleigh and
Apex last week, returning home
Misses Myrtle and Lucy, daugh
ters of Mr. George White, who live
near here, are very sick with men
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Martin and
Mrs. T. (■. Wood, of Mooresboro.
spent a few hours here Sunday on
their way hotne from the singing
convention in Forest City.
Miss Pauline Harrelson spent the
week-end in Cherryville visiting
Mr. Tom Brinkley, of Concord,
visited friends here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Withrow and
children, of rfollis, visited here]
Miss Madge Harrill, who has a
position with the Lincoln Creamery
Co., at Lincolnton, spent Sunday
Little Willeen Baber has been
very sick with scarlet fever, but is
improving some now,
Miss Marguerite Leverette, who
is attending school at Cherryville,
spent Saturday and Sunday with
her aunt, Mrs. O. R. Coffield.
Revival services wiil be held at
the Ellenboro Presbyterian church
beginning Thursday nighi, October
loth. The pastor, Rev. K, L. Whit
tington wiil be assisted by Rev. Mr.
Brown, synodical evangelist.
If the tire menace threatens your
home or your stock, insure through
one of our large companies, backed
We will also protect you against
automobile theft, property damage
and liability. Now is the appointed
time. After the fire or accident it
wili be too late. J A. WILKIE.
It Costs You No More
Spindale News Notes
Tne singing convention here Sun
day was well attended. Owing to
some confusion in the announce-*
rnents only one choir (the Mountain
View) was present It was to have
been an all day singing and dinner
was to have been brought, but nei
ther the Shiioh, Spindale or any
other choir was present, so it was
called off after the' Mountain View
choir did tome good singing,
L. W. Griffin ha? returned to
South Carolina after a short visit
Miss Edwards, of Rutherfordton,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Spurgeon
Miss Sudie Harton is visiting
Mrs. Clara Carswell.
A fair was held at the Welfare
House Saturday afternoon. The
children of the village exhibited
fancy needlework, doll ciothes, sola
pillows, etc., and the ladies exhibit
ed canned fruits, flowers, garden
produce, fancy work, etc. Mrs.
Clara Carswell showed several cu
riosities that her husband brought
back from France. After the exhi
bitions, iced tea was served and the
ladies and children especially went
away feeling refreshed and thank
ing Mrs. Carswell for her generos
ity. . •
Work on the new school building,
the Spencer and Spindale Mills and
the new Spindale Mill continues to
go forward uninterupted.
FRANK R. WILKINS
Office: Moore Building
Forest City, N. C.
| f\ The Good Old Kind that
Polk Miller's ' oc - zr*
years. Unequalled for Biliousness,
_ # Sick Headache, Constipation and
• ■WAW Malaria. At all druggists. Manufac*
LtIVCI JL JLlld tured by Polk Miller Drug Co., Inc.,
SOME SPECIALS kJ THE
Men's Overalls, $2.50 quality for •_ $1.98
Men's Lisle Hose, 50c quality for .39
Ladies' Lisle Hose, 75c quality for .50
Blue Serge Cloth worth $2.00 per yd. for 1.48
Blue and Black Serge worth $1.50 per yard for .98
Blue and Black Serge worth 75c per yard for .49
Heavy Outing worth 35c per yard for .25
Heavy Outing worth 25c per yard for .18
Many other specials we cannot mention. A full line
of Underwear for men and boys, ladies and children at
the right prices. Don't fail to see our line of Shirts and
Ties, a good variety to select from. Come to see us for
anything in Staple Dry Goods, Notions and Cent's Furn
ishings. We sell strictly for cash, please don't ask for
credit. It pays to trade at our store, where your dollar is
worth more We thank you for past patronage and solicit
a continuance of same.
Yours to serve,
JOHN W. DANIEL, Forest City
We Sell The Favorite
Tooth Paste Hair Brushes
Tooth Soap Cold Cream
Tooth Powder Skin Lotion
Face Powder Shampoo Soap
All Toilet needs in our stock are sold at
prices as low as anywhere quality considered.
What Do You Need Today?
We carry a big line and everything is new
and fresh and bright.
We have one of the niftiest lines of
STATIONERY ever shown in Forest
City. Drop in and see it.
REINHARDT ORUS COMPA N Y
The Rexall Store -
THE COURIER, FOREST CITY, N. C.
NOTICE! NOTICE! We are glad
to inform the public that Mr. Sam De
priest, a well known and experienced
mechanic, is now our shop foreman,
and with the assistance of other skilled
men, we assure all the best repair ser
vice. B. B. Doggett's Garage, H. L.
Kanipe stand, Forest City, N. C.
I. N. BIGGERSTAFF has a big lot
of goods that he is offering the public
at prices way below today's market.
He has a big line of hats, caps, shoes,
and practically everything in general
merchandise that he is going to sell for
less than the same goods can be bought
at wholesale today. If you don't be
lieve this, just drop into his store and
he will show you. This is good, sea
sonable merchandise and he has many
bargains in store for you. Remember
the place—l. N. Biggerstaff's atore,
"These Rats Wouldn't Eat
My Best Grain," Says
"It's hard to keep rats out of a
feed store. Tried for years. A
neighboring store sold me some
RAT-SNAP. It worked wonders.
Gathered up dead rats every morn
ing. Bought more RAT - SNAP.
Haven't a rat now. They wouldn't
oat my best grain when I threw
RAT-SNAP around." Three sizes,
25c, 50c and sl. Sold and guaran
teed by Reinbardt Drug Co., Long (
Drug Co., and Moss Grocery Go.
All Kinds of Insurance
Life, Fire, Accident, Automobile, Etc.
supply cigarette contentment beyond anything
i • I
Vv you ever experienced! You never tasted such full
t bodied mellow-mildness; such refreshing, appetizing
flavor and coolness. The more Camels you smoke the £ r -\ v I
greater becomes your delight— Camels are such a ciga
rette revelation! '
Everything about Camels you find so fascinating is due to
their quality— to the expert blend of choice Turkish and s&V'vT
choice Domestic tobaccos.
You'll say Camels are in a class by themselves—they seem
made to meet your own personal taste in so many ways!
Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after-taste or un- .^-V*'•>>
pleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels particularly desirable
to the most fastidious smokers. And, you smoke Camels as
liberally as meets your own wishes, for they never tire your 'l'S-'A
taste! You are always keen for the j&tvS
. fw 15c. a package Cigarette satisfaction that makes ZgM
Camels so attractive. Smokers real- V
fjg£vs ize that the value is in cigarettes
and do not expect premiums or cou
-ICompare Camels with any ciga
rette in the world at any price !
ik Camels are sold everywhere in scientifically ■ ~ • V Iv.
sealed packages of 20 cigarettes or ten pack- ■ ,jr^
H a^es (200 cigarettes) in a glassine-paper- Vm".
V covered carton. We strongly recommend «•*
yj this carton lor the home or office supply
&&£■■ lH R.J.REYNOLDS TOBACCOCOMPANY WM
JMjfaj Winston-Salem, N. C.
FOREST CITY LOAN &
Insurance of all Kinds
W.C.Bostic, Pres. J.A.Wilkie, Mgr.
Dr. J. H. Gettys
Forest City, N. C.
Office in Ihe Moore Building
We will gladly pay you 4 per cent interest on
time deposits, or —
Your money in a Checking Account here will be
immediately available for any need, but —
Equally important, an Account properly managed
builds for you a Credit that may some day be the most
important factor in your success.
Anyway you figure it, an Account here will
* R. R. BLANTON
Forest City, N. C.
Office in Bank Building
J. B. LONG
Justice of the Peace
and Notary Public
Forest City, N. C.
At Long Drug Co.
Office Upstairs Bank Building.
Office Phone 179 Home Phone 218
DR. J. S. DORTON
Shelby, North Carolina