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Thursday, March 25th
s ul's Inspiration. A Blue
Complete Show for this date.
Friday, March 26th
. , KpNoiie o! Mystery of 13.
comedy. Boiling over with
, nt , f„n ot suspense.
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Saturday, March 27
vt > L T, V A N N A. Mary Pick
et you beat the combination.,
v , liud this book in the best
• ir 1 those who have read it
i.oiiie*, -u» u . , . .
k! : • m Ikeir reflections admire it.
li'u. y iistiif is considered one of
M, and hooked up with Mary
~ ( .; s t O .-d's ease on the screen is
, a , sU i ance of one of the most
\ .1 ai d amusing pictures we
for y.>lll viewing in many
. v The latent picture ol Mary
pje k foi d.
Hi, bi«, new picture does not
m ean a big price like one dollar or
two dollars like you have to pay at
most places, but a small fifty cents
for grown upsand thirty c*nts for
children under twelve. War tax
included in both prises.
All around us there are people sore
)y in n*eu 01 medi
ihere are the prim and crabbed and
loveless aunt., who ne?d but the
glad heart to bring to ihe fore a
heart fun\ as ylad and loving
there ate the rieb, >url\ tHrlus- -
bachelors, vvno neeo out the p*~ -
sistent rays of affection s ui.-hii
for ih« la>ets o! u-e about ibnir
heart* 10 melt av\a\
there are the jo\ Iks* and hope
iiiva ill,. ' . 4 tb«* nuny '
e\ ea» «' • • 1 ai• •'" i them to • eopei
their . •y •» ' ,r ' v '>
} \!:M ISAinK fc Ti U »T « O
Conducted By r(\ P,offit j
11 you expect to start alfalfa this
i. i, now is the time to begin!
* falfa should be sown about the t
l"th. of September, in this section. In
fide!* to be to seed at that time,
ti iand shxiiid be selected, limed, and
-.v\ to |ji-as 'his spring. At least
t->ns of iirne per acre should be
•ef re seeding peas this spring,
•y - i-hoii'il be turned under about
•it oi this will give time for j
a * -"ii to beltle and catch some water j
ivl re ,-p; dir.;: alfalfa.
■xvuij; is here and the important
Li now is getting the lime and get
t.vpr started. M'.-re than 75 plats of
••'a ate v; successfully growing in
county. Every farm in the county
t M havt at least one acre of alfalfa.
'• -wn have a successful patch of al
-• 'ua ii vi u will bee in in time and do it,
"'E TO SFED CLOVER AND GRASSES
: " e time is fast passing to seed clov
:ind grasses. All clover and grass
' e sown this spring, should be in the ;
Sround before the loth of April, ans
' it is seeded the *
• r,ei 'e lime has beefy used, clovers
be seeded on small grain by sowing
ea broad cast and harrowing them
' • 1' always advisable to use some
at time of seeding clover or
& : "-3ses.
,j '| lurt her information concerning
" r " ea ' l on the Department of
' ,iV iirn] ers Bank & Trust Co.
sunshine of life
there are the despondent preachers
and teachers and employees, in
whose eyes and hearts the joy of
work and life is extinguished, who
need but the word of cheer, of en
couragement, of appreciation, to
make them fuller of work and life
than they have ever be?n before
there are the craped and bowed and
heavy-laden, to whom the sun of jov
and gladness seems to have set for
ever. who need but to he shown
how things might have been much
worse, to see the SJU arise anev\
with new hope and new cheer on its
And all these ailments be
cured if »-y magic in a shori
but most pleasurable time if you
will onl> take, the opportunity to sen
Monday, March 29th
In vi- i If alio Kt suiu I 'up -
to I ccmeoy and a Ne« >
Tuesday, March 30th
Hittiu he Trail * .nnpli-o- i
Wednesday, March 31st
ii n M;i I I \ on; is i
ill'- t t ft \.
Matinee, starts 3 o clock
first show, 5 o'clock second
show, 6:15 third show.
Night. 7:40 first show,
9:00 second show.
Mt. Pleasant News
The last community meeting was a
great success. The most interesting
features were the talks cf Messrs. J.
D. Sink and C. C. Proffitt, Misses Bar
row and Wallace. Miss Wallace is the
district agent. Besides the talks a
program was carried out.
The canning club met on Wednesday
afternoon, and went on a marshmallow
rorst, Miss Wallace and Mr. Proffitt
being along they made interesting talks.
We did not think of Miss Barraw re
signing. While we regret very much
to give her up we gladly welcome Miss
The house in which Mr. Tom Goode
lives, and is owned by Mr. J. R.
Morrow, is being greatly improved by
Mr. Austin Divenny of Old Fort is
visiting his sister, Mrs. A. B. Price.
Mr. Divenny has with him a phonograph
which he made himself. We advise
those who are thinking of purchasing
one to see his before buying.
Miss Sizzie Tones surprised her sister,
Ossie, by entertaining a number of
their friends in honor of her birthday.
Those who were present enjoyed Miss
es Tones hospitality.
Mr. Max Smith, son of Mr. J. D.
Smith, spent a few days at home last
week ■ m ■ m,
Therp eople in the community seenmo
' hsve adopted the florist slogan, "To say
iit with flowers,' all are ordering them
thru the school.
Messrs. Tom Goode and J. D. Smith
went on a business trip to Harris.
Among the ones that have moved in
to the community are the families of
: Messrs. Hicks, Haynes and Vickers.
Aunt "Dosh" Goode was seen bring
ing a spinning wheel home the other
' day. As things are getting higher she
will not pay so much for cloth.
G! S. Wood and Miss Mamie McDan
iel *were visitors near Ferry Sunday
Messrs. Clark Harrill, Austin Divenny
and Seima Price were callers in Cliff
J. L. Elmore has purchased a new
Ford touring car and J. M. Price a
Paige touring car.
100 bbls. Fancy Pat. flour, $5.95—98
lb. bag. Friday and Saturday. Henri
etta. Mills Stores. advt.
Are you blue? Do you feel as though
you were forgotten or overlooked in the
distribution of life's good things? Then
you want to see MARY PICKFORD in
"Pollyanna," whose charm is not one
of face or dress alone, but principally
of personality. She is a sunbeam look
ng out from "freckled face and dress
of red gingham. " Her story is certain
ly a sunshine-maker.
For Sale- ford Cars
IVew and Rebuilt
We aKo carry Kurd tour
ing and sport imdifs in slock.
We do hiirh trnidn painting and
top building on all iiiakn-s
PAYNE'S AUTO WORKS
Chariot!-*! s Rnli .i»ie 'ar Market
2G K 6th St , 'ha riot ?H, N. '
PLACE VOUR ORDER TODAY
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FOR twenty years Buick engineers and
designers have been moving forward,
building a Buick prestige in motor car
design and construction that has answered
the world's challenge.
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It has been an achievement worth the effort and
established a Buick reputation of high standard
' The public has learned to depend upon the Buick
Valve-in-Head Motor Car, and the great demands
*y* upon Buick dealers for Buick models is the highest
compliment that can be paid to Buick achievement.
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j WEEH BETTER AUTCCIOEILE3 ASE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM
Forest City Motor Co.
The undersigned company has just been incorpo
rated at Forest City, N. C., for the purpose of
carrying good lines of Automobiles, Tractors,
Trucks, and a general line of Farm Machinery
We will represent many manufactories that have
good reputations and will carry a good line of
accessories and will be prepared to give the pub
lic good service and courteous treatment.
We have just received two car-loads of farm ma
chinery and have more following
Will say more about what we have next week
Yours for business,
Autsmobile & Farmers Supply Go.
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