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ocnnnDDnnnnnDonnnDnnnannDanDDnDnnnnnnnnnnnDnnnDnnnnDDnnnnDnnBnnunnBPuyyBBu- ----- chTfi niNT SH ADOW " Featuring Gra H WUl at the Pastime Theatre This Afternoon and Night. Second Episode of "The SHIELDING brIADU W, featuring ----- . - - i a bh i h h ni bbh h pw n n w mm w r i r i r r mm mm m i l m mm k km mh mm mmm ace I m t fi si 1! m m 63 a si si EEs Darmond, Leon Bary and Ralph KeUard. We will also show in addition to the above, our regular 4 reels of Universal pxctures, making 6 reels today. Tomorrow at The Pastime-"The Danger Path." A 5 reel Red Feather Photoplay in 5 acts. Featuring Violst Merser- r l C J P..'- foi'l ok fKcoi mVhirM rhfv are fine. 2111. rveguiai prices cuiajl i lh ian n. EfcaMBMunapnnDnpPDnDnDannannnnnn u .-aaaiiiiiiaiinn'f rn IQUUUUUUUUUUai"'.. ft- -- -.-- , ; . I5iire i TT O Tf TX T V TFV 11 4 a ii a a a n - We have some very pretty gifts. Come in early and have first choice. Only four weeks until Xmas Phone 48 We Deliver GnnnnnnnnnnnPccDBSLii Do Your Xra&s Skpprag Early The Van Dyke Shop gnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnDnnpnann 3 ii a si E3 y WAN1S 1 FIVE ROOM HOUSE WITH , (ANTED Colored. v,oman to do un.l for rpnt. Add vi COOKinff aim aw.M t- W. II. Nicholson. 11 21 Tu Thu Sat. Room on premises; good wages. Apply 1131 15th street production of dyestuffs by the al- FIVE HUNDRED MILLION readv established factories in this DOLLARS SPENT FOR DRUGS I countrv. and the installment of a PICTURES FRAMED WE IIAVEjLOgT QR gxOLEN One hound dog, l ent time the production of the Amer- but on account of the European a lariro stock of mouldings and will black back with white ring round ican factories will be enough to take this bill is expected to be greatly pictures promptly frame your Shuford's Furniture Store. 11 23 3t FOR SALE NICE CHICKENS dressed or undressed. Orders filled at all times. for Thanksgiving, '2ic per pound. Mrs. L. W. Toovey, phone 55-L. 10 28- 1 mo FOLDING CHAIRS FOR RENT OR sale. New lot just arrived. Shu ford's Furniture Store 11 23 3t LOST ONE PACKAGE OF UN dcrwear. etc. Reward if returned to Setzer and Russell's. Albert rrUCiL 10-SO-tf JoiT SALE ""ABOUT THIRTY, five Tin. L. L. MOSS 01 31 tf FOR SALE WILL TAKE GOOD auto in part pay on nice, well lo cated -10 acre farm near Hickory. If interested write at once. R. M. Knox, Newton, N. C. 11 9 tf I .... ...vm mi o T CIV UlWnl Nice turkeys! i "y" ' house, wun oam ana eiecinc iigiita on Ninth avenue, near hotel. Ap ply to P. K. Baker. 11 23 3t WANTED YOUR AUTO CAS ings, quick will pay 4c per pound for them. We want to make a shipment soon. Also your rags neck, all feet white, white tip on tail scalded on inside of right fore leg. Hair off over left eye. $5.00 reward for return to 0. B. WjHITE, ll-27-2t West Hickory AMERICAN DYES ARE EQUAL TO ll-27-tf l large number of new factories, has: The annual drug bill of the Unit- so cleared the situation "that at pres-: ml States is said to De $ouu,uuu,uuu, war re- care of the whole consumption of an-; duced. Probably the greatest re--iline dyes in this country in the fu-jdjetion j3 affected by the war will ture, for all of what I might term ' be due to the cutting off of one. hun staple colors, and before another year tired or more coal tar medicines or has passed every color which is nec-; coal tar medicinal - products with essary to American consumers will' which German chemists have hereto be produced in this country. j fore flooded the earth, the United In explaining the success of the States not escaping. American dye factories, 'Mr. Stone The medicines which Americans said that benzole, from which prac-; are being denied, for the most part, tically all aniline colors are derived are aspirin, novaspirin, vernoal novo was now being produced in this coun-i cain, bromural, medinol, adalin, and trv at the rate of 30,000,000 gallons ! luminol! . These are ''relief reme- gastro-iri's-"-general im.- OCCASION friddiness, headache, springing up, no doubt, but it is not nai; pajn ataxia, and lineij LUctt any new cicauvii ion Si3. equal coal tar in its effects. ,xt appears that the inability to : As to the effects of such medicine, coal tar tredicines which relieve j an Dr. W. A. Evans, probably the most only by obtunding the nerve, r.ev-r noted health expert in America to- by removing tne cajse, is not ,i , - day, says that of the two evils, in- potion at ah but one of the gr.-;it sOmnia and sleep producing drugs, lessons and benefits that Anserka: that insomnia is far the lesser evil are to derive from the European v ;;i. and that secondary troubles resulting from taking these drugs are far worse than the original troubles. The Unit ed States Dispensatory says of the effects of trional and sulphonal: "Al though trional is less prone than is sulphonal to cause chronic poisoning, a number of cases have occurred. The symptoms ha-ve been greatly lassitude. i LAN TO REDUCE PRH't-s Li'J? Rock, Ark., Nov. 27. A co operative organization of citizen, which will buy foodstuffs, fr,cjl ajii other necessaries in large quantit: to 10.-I ace the price to consumers, was stated here today at. a large m:.- meeting of citizens. per annum, as against 3,uuu,uuu prior; oies ana it is wonaerrui wnat poor,; p. . so that there is an ample i tagged nerves are going to do and r to the war supply of the basic material. From it are now being manufactured lar gely such intermediates as aniline oil , bctanaptho'i paranipranilin (By Associated Press) Patterson N. J., Nov. 27. Women n-.ntr nrw trof nrapHcallv all of the clilor-benzole. dimethvlanilin and and all kinds of Junk except Iron coior effects. in dress goods that werel paraphenylenediamine. so that Amer- and Castincs. Catawba Hide and . known before the war upset the dye ican manufacturers of colors are abie how restless, sleepless nights are to he endured for. lack of these "syn thetics." :. 'Countless - substitutes are Junk Co., D. L. Martin, the Fire industry, and will soon nave every i r, s nnH TrMa. ! known color to choose from, all made Phone 182 or 228-L. SALESMAN WANTED To sell lu bricating oil, grease, specialties WANTED TO EXCHANGE A cheap horse for cheap lot. Would pay small difference. Phone G4. -11 25 It in America fully as good in quality as those made in Germany or any other country, according to I. F. Stone, President of the National An iline and Chemical Comoanv. who ad- and paint. Part or whole time, dressed the National Silk Association iCommission basis until ability is j convention here yesterday, established. Permanent position! ijjr stone told many interesting and wide field when qualified ifj things about the dye situation. The desired. Man with rig preferred. Seriou6ness of it, as it was viewed RIVERSIDE REFINING CO. j two years ago, has largely disap-11-27-lt Cleveland, Ohio. peared, he said. Large increases in to get sufficient raw materials to man ufacture enough colors to supply the whole consumption. ''There is a popular impression," said Mr Stone, "that American man ufactured colors are not as good s.s those manufactured in Europe, Ger- many particularly, and this an im- Jitney S HICRORY CONOVER AND NEW . .. TO N : Schedule pression I wish to definitely correct, Leave Hickory J' 8:20 a. m m. Fruit Cake Mince-Meat Plumb Pudding Stone's Fruit cake, the best kind with crystalized fruit and nuts. 41b cake $1.60 Hlb cake 40c "Heinz" Mince Meat, best possible to buy. 1 pound tins.- 25c 2 pound tins 45c for the best Mince Meats. Wte also have Mince Meat in 181b kits at 15c lb. PREMIER PLUM PUDDING 1 pound tins 30c The best. FIG PUDDING The new one, lib tins 35c Fancy, large, bright Howe cranberries, just in Leave order today for OYSTERS and Celery. Whitener & Martin "Sell for Less Profit." in uiai ii is not a iact ior American Leave Hickory ; l10:20 coiors are maoe irom practically t tie Leave Hickory 2:30 p. m. same chemical formulae as the Euro- Leave Hickory ' -: 14-30 p m pean colors and are the same product : Leave Hickory ".ll- ":"8:30 p! ml mfry . Leave Newton i:7:20 a. m. The whole situation is at present , Leave Newton -9:20 a m. very satisfactory, and every Amer-; Leave Newton 1:30 p ' ml ican consumer should be able to ob- Leave Newton ... 3:30 p. m. tain practically every thing he needs Leave Newton 7:30 p. m. for next year." Nek ton to Hickory; 10c New'con to Conover . 10c Or8 Out M.rla. BundS Up System ! f 77 -K!SaSS-BSSSlaS5 ?:?..to Newton-,L.......35c; Malaria.enriches the blood.and builds no the sys- i uul Ol to : UOOd bervice. tern. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c. Banishes Nervousness Puts Vigor and Ambition in to Run-Down, Tired Out People. 7 ..it 1 1 m 1 DflRN IT ALL. I AM DISGUSTED at T nib JUB-HUNTINO. YOU CAN'T GET ANYWHERE WITHOUT PULL, t BET THAT MANAGER DON'T KNOW NMHHT HftKUTnr&. I I PRIM J I GENERAL fj I j i I MANAGER r(M I j ERE IS PI PICTURE OF HY" U- TVfew 1 LF TAKEN TEN YEARS Rl 0 AS t LANDED AT ELLIS Mv lfj XJCI LM If you feel tired out out of sorts, despondent, mentally or physically depressed and lack the desire to ac complish things, get a 50c box of Wendell's Ambit'on Pills at Hickory Drug Co today andj your (troubles will be over. If you drink too much, smoke too much, or are nervous because of over work of any kind, Wendell's Ambi tion Pills will make you feel better in three days or money back from Hickory Drug Co., on the first box purchased. N For all affections of the nervous system, constipat on, loss of appetite, lack of confidence, trembling, kidney or liver complaints, sleeplessness, ex hausted vital'ty orw eakness of any kind get a box of Wendell's Ambi tion Pills today on the money back plan. Mail orders filled, charges prepaid, by the Wendell Pharmicali Company, Inc., Syracure, N. Y. 3g! CAROLINA MOTOR CO. R. Lee Hewitt, Manager, Newton, N. C. '"AKOLINA & JVORTJI-Wl STER Time Card No. 32. Effective So 1 1913. ,- You don't have to wait until yon feel you can afford a SlO.i : $200 Victrola this genuine Victrola at $15 is a wonderful lo gical instrument that will play any music you wish to hear. i will bring to you all the popular songs of the day, all the old" : .' lads of the long ago, and all the beautiful hymns and sacrc.1 numbers. Witli it, every one in your home may enjoy the piano, l!ut.. v. oiin, cornet, clarinet, chimes, xylophone and any other iii-t" -men:, to their heart's content. You may sit in your easy chair and command Sola's l-a-.L Fryon's Band, Victor Herbert's Orchestra or other farnius and orchestras to play just the music you want to hear. In no other way can you so easily provide perfect rn-: all the modern dances, such as the One-Step, Fox Trot, Waltz, etc. And, if you wish, Caruso, Farrar. Alma Gluck, McCormacV Melba, Schumann-Heinkj Tetrazzini or any of the g'reat artists will sing for you the very songs and arias that have inade ibciv names famous the world over. If interested see Hall and Lyerly, at huford Hardwar !). '. rv nrthbouiid No. 1C .No. J: Pass ' Pass Taily ! Ex Sun Chester Z -. '." L t i'ork ':'v Gastonia Kv Lincoln ton Lv.i0. Newton ?10 Hickory . ' ... .i.jll Lenoir ' LvI2 Mortimer Lv 3 Edsremcnt Ar' 3 43am 12 95pm 29ani 2 20pn 24am! 5 40pn '20am 16 31pu 55amj 7 08;;:. 40am I 1. i. pm J5pmj . &35a 25pmj-., . 40pmj JAMUARY. aM.T.W.T.F.sT .. i. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 - - j - - FEBRUARY. M.T.W.T. F. i-VARCH. APRIL. .M.T.W.T. F. S. RM.T. W.T.I FTC" t - - 1 2 3 4 ---..( 1 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 9 10 11 12 13 14 ! 15 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 16 17 18 19 20 2l22 26 27 23 29 30 31 - 23 24 2526 27 28 29 - - - - - - - 30 ----- j '' ' "'. ' :Nb 0 No .1 Southbound . Pass P . j Daily Ex Sun Edgemoiit Mortimer Lenoir .. . Hickory . Newton . Lincolntoh ; Gestonia ---- Gastonia '. York - .:. ChfST-T- ; .Lvlll C5am .Lvjll VSam Lv 1 iupm 1 ;Lv 2.35p j Lvj 3 08pmi -Lv 3 3pm! :Lv! 1 Lv 5.00pm -Lvl 46pm Ari 6 35oni ay. aM.T.lW.T.F. S. - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 - - JUNE. M. T. W. JULY. AUGUST. S.M. T. W. T. F.j& S.M. T. W.T. F. I 8. - - 1 - 1! 2 3 4 S 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 27 28 29 30 31 - - 30 31 - - -- - - -- - P. 6 7. V 8 10. 12 30am 2Sam 55air. 29am 00am 00am lfato upop'.c: aw OPPORTUNITY M ' ' " -i 1 tnoVrtU WITH OUK NKH S'OUNG MAN AND IT ALL ruipoc . q oir.TURF OF MY rspi p tqkfn ten YEARS AGO AS t LANDED AT ELLIS ISLAND ETC. ETC J (Ml 4 1 C . mtf III HI SI l I vw -Tn vr?.-:,:. I -.1 iaM. 3 10 11 17 18 24 25 SEPTEMBER. OCTOBER. w. NOVEMBER. I DECEMBER. aiM. W.IT. I F. a M.IT. W.T.Fjr 3 4 7 8 9 g m -H" 12 13 14 15 16 -17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 S: 31 i J. : CP o f ?i So - 3 AVERAGE PICURE! -- . f REDUSO STOUTFncuRELS .B.Nuform Corsets ave Style, Comfort and perfectly : 'ssi ' c'.n. Long wearing, they .. i. :ie ittj-ost ia a ccrsst at ii tcoiiOE-ical Pries. $3X0 W.B. Reduso Ccsei?f make large hips disappear; liulk, !; waist-lines more gracefol', ;jjnrk-1 ward feust-lines Hana: neater, and ha7sti-"c!jico!fssi"?.' cocaicrt with the i;.i-C-t.l id r Tfaanksfflv Make your dining room attractive for Thanksgiving. We have a nice line of dining Chairs, Buffets and Tables at right prices. We invite you to come to see us for anything in the furniture line. ulmer & Gibbs F Furniture Company 1 i'Wii.CLu'S