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FOREST CITY COURIER
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t Cji L cal I terms
and Personal Mention
_ r> ■ ..f Mooresboro. is
[t D j ■' of her brother. J.
Lf visiting "1 Hendersonvule.
Cpprev 3 prominent citizen of
3er section of the county was a
is visitor at the metropolis Mon
and Mrs. W. M. Newton, of
nhurtr s»ent Sunday m Forest
" the home of his cousin, Dr.
( der Newton.
■nd Mrs. Palmer Rollins and two
r friends, Mr. Jolly and Miss
5 spent Saturday night and Sun
th Mr. J. J- Rollins.
have quite a bit of interesting
ijat j.s crowded out of this paper
. extra run of advertising. It
as interesting next week.
Ivanna" unconsciously teachesa
wholesouie lesson, which, if
A, would quickly transform this
rid into a joyous place to live in.
ad. That is what "Pollyanna"
n making people do for years,
fhen its innovations were being
thsneers and jeers from skeptics.
Gladden, of Cleveland county,
aturday and Sunday at the
tH. L. Johnson, Bostic route 3.
5 good prospects and health
in improving in his section.
e who have seen MARY PICK
in "Pollyanna" have cried and
| over her experiences. It is
#rful story that all members of
lies will want to see. And they
er forget it.
Y PICK FORD as "Pollyanna,"
rst independently produced pro
for United Aitists Corporation,
aintiest, dearest little maid that
r been screened. She takes her
the hearts of the members of
lies. The story has so much
and pathos that besides being
ing, it is wholesome, fresh and
fanna" is a story of unusual
ssand charm. MARY PICK
n the title role will teach you to
k glad game." She will teach
n to bring sunshine into your
the lives of others. The picture
that everybody should see, be
its picturization of a beautiful
ir and the lessons taught by the
ihilosophy of "Gladness."
ve never seen a picture which
d, so refreshing and intensely
ng as MARY PICKFORD in
ma." The story grips the soul
rot be a misanthrope who will
eady to play the "Glad Game"
sing the influence "Pollyanna"
it those whose lives had been
«d by their own misunderstand
F looking at illness or misfor
»the wrong standpoint. The
foung alike will enjoy this pro-
In a while—as when a blue
'•shining—we have the privi
sing a picture which is both
I'fe and literary in style, and
Pose of which is better than
picture that tells of things as
be, and in a world w*here
that is distressing merely
twists, there is little that is
OUS than the realization of such
c an imagination. That is the
Auction MARY PICKFORD
111 her wonderful "Pollyanna.',
Resting to observe what a
® uence is often exerted by
| n '" a community. And when
® ee is only for good and the
entirely unconscious of it,
» of more interest. Thous
*°Pe throughout the country,
toying the "Glad Game,"
the influence of the Itttle
ICKFOPn'• 38 P ° rtrayed
KF ORD,n her latest pic
ather taught her to always
J n g glad about even in
i 'ate the advertising patron
atm 18 Wee k* It has taxed
and T\ t0 handie jt ' with the
We ave - Our read
kJ take advantage of the
,HEM P URCHABE
j. c andise at a reasonable
.advertiser stand behind
toncit l rriake their goods
UitK " ' lett er anywhere,
to th ° Ur advertisers please
ier ou sa w their ad in
fIOUr ' $>.95—98
Stores baturda y. Henri
Spring Days Are Treacher
ous-Germs Don't Disap
pear With Cold Weather
AND BLOOD IS SLUGGISH AND WEAK
Don't Take Chances if You
Feel Bad. Enrich Your
Blood With Pepto-Man
There is a great deal of serious sick
| ness in the Spring.
And it is easy to see why. Long weeks
pent up in doors, too little exercise and
fresh air, winter sickness not entirely
over with, a generally lowered vitality.
Blood weak and sluggish. Then come
fine spring days—that are not as warm
as they seem; or sudden changes in the
weather, and you haven't taken proper
Vigorous, red-blooded people don't
often get sick. If you're not feeling your
best, get Pepto-Mangan of your drug
gist and take it .to build up your blood.
This effective and agreeable tonic has
been tested for over thirty years, and
physicians everywhere recommend it
for run-down, pale, and anemic people,
i The whole family should take Pepto-
Mangan—it is good heaith insurance.
Besides, what a joy it is to feel fit and
fine—ready for anything! To have an
abundance of energy and enthusiasm!
Pepto-Mangan is for sale at your
druggist's, and in both liquid and tablet
form. There is no difference in medi
cinal value. Take whichever you pre
fer. But to make sure you get the
genuine, ask for "Gude's Pepto-Man
gan" and see that the name "Gude's"
is on the package.—Advertisement.
Forest City R-2
The oyster and ice cream supper at
Piney Ridge Saturday night was a suc
D. R. McSwain and family visited
Mr. McSwain's lather Sunday.
J. J. Hardin and family, and Miss
Ollie Mae Womack visited Mrs. Julia
Young's at Forest City Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Green, Mr. and
Mrs. John Sherrill spent Saturday
night with Mr. W. E. Lewis.
Mr. Walter Elliott visited Mr. J. R.
Hardin Sunday night.
Prof. Hill and Editor R. E. Price en
joyed a bountiful supper at J. M.
Griffin's Saturday night.
Misses Effie and Dessie Carroll visit
ed Miss Selma McDonald Saturday
Mrs. Ivey Bright has been spending
a few days with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt McDade and chil
dren have been sick, but we are glad to
know they are better.
Mr. Leath Carroll, who is working at
. Hurtsboro, Ala., is spending a few days
| with his parents. f
W. E. Lewis and family spent Snnday
with their daughter, Mrs. John Sherrill.
Messrs. Arthur McDaniel and Charles
were the guests at J. R. Mor
i Born to Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hardin,
last week, a fine son.
Mr. Richard Carroll has gone to
Greenville, S. C., where he will work.
Red pig, with spots, about six weeks
old, strayed away. Any one finding
said pig, please notify J. W. Webb.
It is enacted and ordained by the
Board of Aldermen of the Town of
Forest City that all places serving
meals to the public on Sunday, may
open their places of business at 6:00
o clock a. m. and remain open until 9:00
o'clock a. m. at which time they must
close for church services; that all such
places may open again at 12 o'clock,
noon and remain open until 3:00 o'clock
p. m. for the purpose of serving the
noon lunch; that they may open the
third time at 5:00 o'clock p. m. and re
main open until the time that church
services begin at the local churches.
All persons violating this ordinance
shall be fined $5.00 or work 3 days on
This May 23rd, 1920.
W. S. Moss, Mayor.
W. J. DAVIS, Clerk to Board
The undersigned having qualified as
administrator of Seanny Hill, notice is
hereby given all persons indebted to
the estate of the said Seanny Hill, de
ceased, to come forward and settle the
same with me at once. Also any par
ses haying claims against the estate of
the said deceased, are hereby notified
to present the same, duly authenticated,
to the undersigned for payment on or
before the 18th day of March 1921
otherwise this notice will be pleaded in
bar of any recovery on the claims not
thus presented. This the 18th day of
; March 1920.
I W. M. PADGETT, Administrator
FOREST CITY, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920
FOR MAX GARDNER
IN BUNCOMBE CO.
Asheville, March 15.—With a large
attendance-of democrats from eveiy
j section, all enthusiastic and deeply in
terested and determined to win, the
Buncombe County "Gardner for Gover
nor" club was organized in Asheville
Saturday. The club starts off with 1,
667 members and the leaders say that
many more will be enrolled.
Addresses were delivered by leading
men, and they were unanimous in their
conv ction that Lieutenant Governor 0.
Max Gardner Wi.s the man to be nomi
nated for Governor and equally unani
: mous that his nomination was certain.
. Steps were takeh to make a through
and persistent canvass in Gardner's be
| half. A campaign committee, compos
| ed of prominent and influential citizens
! was chosen to take charge of the work.
\mong the members of the "Gardner
| for Governor*' club are men from every
j walk of life. Leading financiers, attor
; neys, physicians, other professional
men, business men and workers of
every craft are enthusiastic for Gardner
in Asheville and Buncombe county.
The Club elected the following officers:
President, Hon. J. Sneed Adams; Sec
retary, E. N. Wright. Campaign Com
mittee: E. G. Bernard, Chairman, C.
N, Malone, J. W. Haynes, Harry L
Nettles, Grove'r Roberson, J. R Oates,
Gallatin Roberts, Julius C. Martin, J.
D. Eckles, John H. Cathey, Sid J.
Joyce, C. F. Williams, Judge Henry B.
Stevens, Walter Tomes Wray, E. C.
Greene,. W, H. Wyatt, J. R. Stradiey,
R. D. Buckner, Herbert E. Williams,
Ed Blackstock. (advt)
100 bbls. Fancy Pat. flour, $5.95 —98
lb. bag. Friday and Saturday. Henri
etta Mills Stores. advt.
Resolutions of Respect
Whereas, The Heavenly Father has
seen best to call from her earthly labors
to eternal rest our beloved sister Mrs.
J. G. Morris, who, during the years of
her membership with us has been true
and faithful to her duties and through
whose heart and life flowed to us a
stream of love and kindness from the
great fountain of love; therefore, be it
Resolved, that in this dispensation of
Providence our school deeply feels the
loss of one of our most zealous members
who set a worthy example to the mem
bers of our Sunday School and the com
munity and was an inspiration to faith
fulness in all our duties in life.
Resolved that we sincerely sympathize
with the loved ones in their bereave
Resolved, that a copy of these reso
lutions be sent the bereaved family, a
copy spread in our minutes and a copy
sent to the Biblical Recorder and the
Forest City Courier
MRS. S. N. WATSGN,
J. A. WILKIE,
J. K. DEANE.
Sunday School Committee.
A Sad Death
Lucille Moore, daughter of Mrs. L.
A. Moore, died at the home of her
mother in Forest City, Wednesday
morning, at la. m., after an illness of
a few days' duration. The remains
were interred the day following in the
Pleasant Grove cemetery, by the side
of her father.
Lucile, by her charm of manner and
winsome ways, endeared herself to all
those with whom she came in contact.
She leaves a mother, two brothers
and two sisters, besides a host of rela
tives and friends who mourn her death.
The Courier extends sympathy to
those who are sorrowing by death's
100 bbls. Fancy Pat. flour, $5.95 —98
lb bag. Friday and Saturday. Henri
etta Mills Stores. advt.
G U A R A NTEE
The Iron Clad Guarantee of Ed
ward E. Strauss & Co., The Big
Merchant Tailors of Chicago is
your protection, Edesco Finest
Made to Measure Clothes are
absolutely guaranteed to satisfy
in all respects. If not, we would
not allow the garments to be
taken from our store. The
linings and trimmings as well
aa the fabric you choose are all
fully guaranteed. Take no
chances with that Spring su t.
Edesco clothes are guaranteed
to satisfy. See the line at
w. J. DAVIS
At Mayor's Office
New Arrivals in Spring Apparai
Smart Spring Ooat Suits,
Beautiful Spring Coats,
in Latest Spring Colors
Made in Polo cloths and Camel's
hair, with Leather Belts
Pretty Hats for Ladies and Children
lust received fine Footwear, in
Everything you desire for Spring
Shopping is complete at the
FOREST CITY BARCAIN STORE
Spring Is Here...
And if you have no bird to sing for
you exclusively, come and see us. We
have two kinds of birds—Columbia and
Pathe Grafonolas. This is two lines we
are proud to offer you. And the best
Records to be had.
Also anything in Furniture you wish.
Porch Fuiniture, Old Hickory or Ma
ple, a complete line of Floor Coverings,
Queen Oil Stoves, the kind that please.
We will gladly send you one on ap
Come to see us, or phone No. 16.
$1.50 a Year, in Advance