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1— Lubricate Chassis.
2— Wash Car.
5—Change Oil, (Including Oil.)
4— Check Battery and Refill with Distilled Water.
5— Check Generator Charging Battery.
<>—Tune Motor thoroughly, drain sediment bulb,
clean our carburetor, hone and adjust distributor
points, clean and adjust spark plugs,
i—Inspect Shock Absorbers. .
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ACROSS THE CORNER FROM FIRST NATIONAL
Mesdamcs Herman Eskridge, Hope,
Bryson, Ted Cashion and Tom Esk- i
ridge spent yesterday in Charlotte, i
Mesdames Hayne Patterson, L
H. Harrill, Lowery Austell. Miss
j Mary Sue Austell ami William
iHnrrill attended the Byers-Loven
1 wedding in Charlotte, "Saturday.
Misses Mildred McKinney, Sara
! Thompson, Mrs. Troy McKinney,
! Henry Lee Weathers, John and
; Snookie Ltneberger all students ot
j Duke university will arrive home
1 Saturday to spend Christmas; holi
days at their respective homes.
Miss Alice Sanders leaves this
j week for Philadelphia, Pa., to spend
I the Christmas holidays with her
jaunt. Miss Edith E. Farrell. On her
1 return she will stop over In Salem,
j N. J.. for a visit to her former j
i school mate. Miss Rose Kitchener. |
She will be gone about three weeks.
Mrs. L Y. Randall Is taking treat I
jment at Chick Springs hospital
’ near Greenville, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Williams
j and Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Stevenson
I motored to Charlotte yesterday,
Lois Roberts, a medical student
at Duke and BUI Eaker will arrive
j Saturday for the Christmas holl
Mesdamcs Andrew Lattlmore and
J. L. Parker and little daughter
i visited in Grover yesterday and
! were accompanied home by Mrs. J.
G. Herndon who will spend a few
i days with her daughters. Mesdame*
I Logan and Parker.
Mrs. Howard Camnitz spent Sun
■ day in Concord with Miss Jean
j Coltrane. .
j Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Callahan will
j spend this week-end at Carthage
[with Prof, and Mrs. Blanton who
will accompany them home to spend
the Christmas holidays with their
Fields Young, jr„ who attends
McCallie school at Chattanooga ar
rived home yesterday to spend
Christmas with his parents, Mr and
Mrs. H. F. Young.
Misses Pauline and Bess Freeman
who teach In Wilson county Will
arrive home Saturday for the holi
Miss Ella Lipscomb and Chas.
McBrayer spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald McBrayer at
Misses Minna LeGrand, Grate
Walker and Edith Reid Ramseur of
Queens college will arrive Friday for
the Christmas holidays.
Mrs. Andrew LatUm ore Is spend
ing today In Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wray of
Toluca spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. H. K. Wells.
Mr. Andrew J. Elliott of Polkville
spent several days at the Shelby
hospital last week for treatment.
Mr. John Honeycutt spent Mon
day and Tuesday In Concord on
Misses Marie Herndon, Marv
Hambright and Eddie Byers of N.
C. C. W. at Greensboro will arrive
Saturday to spend Christmas at
their respective homes at Grover.
Miss' Mamie Hambright recently
returned from a three weeks’ stay
Mesdames Jap Buttle, Ceph Blan
ton -and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Me
Ginty were guests of Mr. and Mrs
John Schenck at Lawndale last
Students at Mars Hill who will
arrive home the last of the week to
spend the holidays are: Misses
Lillian Crow, Ray Gibbs, Elizabeth
Blanton, Allen Buttle, John Irvin,
jr„ Albert Buttle and Pegram Hol
Mrs. Thomas Ramseur and Miss
Margaret Crowder and Mrs. Hugh
Mauney visited at Oteen yesterday
and carried the Christmas stockings
filled with confections and other
gifts to the boys there from the
American Legion auxiliary.
Mrs. J. J, Owens visited in Char
Mesdames t>. R. Frazier, Paul
Webb, Jr., Carl Thompson and Paul
Webb, sr., formed a motor party to
Harold Spangler, young son of
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spangler has
returned home after haying had his
adenoids removed at the Charlotte
Eye, Ear and Throat hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Hill Hudson and two
children. Hill. *r. and Mary Alice
and Mi'” Ettai’e More* leave Fr>
drv ' C • Florida V
spend the holidays with relative
Friends and relatives of 20-year
old Esther Pitts, pretty University
of Vermont co-ed, who vanished
from the home of Rev. H. O. Ta
tum, where she was boarding while
attending the Omiyerrity, feared that
the girl had been stricken by a ner
vous ailment that kept her from
school last year. She w as found tn
Canada where she claimed she had
Simple Operation If ill lie
more 1‘olpyus. hut After
Treatment is Essential or
It Will Return.
By IS. S. COPELAND, M. I).
U.*S. Senator from New York.
Former Commissioner oj lleaUr,
yew York Citi>.
Recently an ow friend
-epoat .. few days with me
in ihe country. As we
waJked about fhe garden, I no
ticad he was unusually enthusiastic
about the fra
grance of the
flowers. I in
quired about it.
it seems that
i f O r many
| months he had
j b c e n without
[ any sense of
I smell. Becom
I mg alarmed, he
I had consulted a
p h y s i cian. A
small polyp, or
found in his1
nose. Its pres
i cute nau almost acstioj co nts aou- |
ity to smell.
No wonder my friend was de
lighted with the fragrance of the !
flowers The polyp had been re- i
moved and his sense of smell was j
A nasal polyp la a growth found \
within the nose. It Is caused by a
chronic inflammation of the lining
•f the nose, or of one of like asao
elated cavities. The tumor develop?
slowly, but may become sufficiently
large to obstruct the nasal passage
Many persons who are mouth
breathers suffer from thin condition
They are unaware of the ectua
cauefe. and sometimes regard ih«
difficulty In breathing as due lo ads
noids This belief is unfounded, be
cause adenoids are rarely found Ii
adults. It Is unusual, too. tor nusa.
polyps to be found in children
Many an individual who has beer
susceptible to colds and sore throat?
has found relief when the polyp wa?
removed In every case the growth
should be removed. It is detriment*
to the general health
L— Treatment After Krinot a I *
In olden times n.11 polyps of the
noso -mere looked upon as a form ol j
canes*. This Is no', the case: but I
Uki at othei abnormal grow thy. is j
may develop into something serious
There is just one way to get rid oi i
the polypus. This is py an opera- 1
tloo Fortunately, this is a simple
mattei. It can be performed unciei
local anaesthesia in the doctors
If you have a nasal polyp place
yourself under the tare of a physi
cian. It 1s unwise 10 postpone tin
treatment of this condition. Future
danger will be avoided and your gen
eral health will be improved by tb«
removal of this growth.
Plea» remember that the removal
of the growth Is only ths first step
toward bringing about a cure of the
nasal disease. After the removal It
may be necesnary to treat the in
flamed mucous membrane.
Every effort should oe made to
cure the chronic Inflammation of the
nose. The growth rarely, if ever,
recurs when these precautions are
If the polypus Is removed and then
nothing further is done, it is only a
question of time when it will be back
again. That is why the underlying
inflammatory trouble should be over
f Answer* to HcnltH Qu ries j
G. H. M. Q.—I have a hammer
toe on my left root nest to the large
oe. 1 have had this trouble all my
life and am now S*. Could mis be
lorrected hv onerution? How much
would i' cnrf'
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Great Values In Watches
Men’s Strap Watches, 13 Jewels 4*13.50 i
Men’s Elgin Strap Watches - _ 814.95
Ladies’ Wrist Watches, 13 Jewels ___.. 813.50
Good llracelet Watch for Girls 80.50
Special Prices on All Our Fine Pocket and Strap
Watches. Come and see them—and get prices.
W,e have never before had so many tine Diamond
Rings at such low prices.
Beautiful 3-Diamond Dinner Rings at _ 819.50
Soltaires. 810. 815. 825 up to _ 8500.00
Diamond Set Wedding Rings _ $12.50
Neckchains, set with Diamonds _ $8.50 up
Diamond Bar Pins HALF PRICE
T. W. Hamrick Co.
— JEWELERS —
Montag STATIONERY in
attractive Christmas Box
es ____ 50c to $2.00
DIARIES __ SUM!
BRIDGE SETS _ $2 & $2.50
KODAKS and CAMERAS.
Priced . SI.00 to $13.00
Priced $2.00 to $3.00'
COMPACTS _ $1.00 to $2.50
PITTED CASES .
COTY’S TOILET SETS,
Priced__$3.00 l p
TOILET SETS $2 to $10.0<i
Evening In Paris
TOILET SETS $2 to $12.30
AMITY BILL FOLDS,
Priced ____ $1.00 to $6.00
AMITY HAND BAGS,
Priced _$2.00 to $12.30 '
We will stamp your name
or initials in gold on any
Amity Leather Goods von
buy from us.
COMB AM) BRUSH SETS
For Ladies $7.50 to $25.00
SETS, Brush, Cream, Lo
tioi| and Powder __98c
CIGARS and CIGARETTES.
Every famous brand — nil
ready for you in Christmas
NORRIS and WHITMAN’S
' ANDIES _ $1.00 to $7.50
“ON THE SQl ARE“
Full Speed Ahead
EDMl'Nl) LOWE AND LOIS MORA
John llalliday and Jean Hersholt
Greta N'iasen and Myrna Lov ■\
Other Attractions: Convey, Cartoon, i
•See tlie floating palace of spendthrift ^
and sirens, swindlers and scapegoats
BODY A UV
Tremendous Holiday Reduction
on exactly 109 Fine Winter Coats %
from our regular stocks.
. --..T ■' 1 >
^ A f'
120 Dresses taken from regular
values up to $12.75, to go begin
ning tomorrow at $5.95.
i- / % \
Pur Neck Pieces
Beautiful Selection o
SPECIAL — 8 to 9
First 100 Women get One pair
Allen A Hose for 39c.
J. C. McNeely