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WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 16, or: 'i; i A -.1 A G R A N LAST TIME TODAY Louis B. Mayer's Big Super Ramsay Wallace, . iiams, Hfitl. ' "ivu a ijranu supporting cast and little Dick screen's wonderchild mm A PRE - m all f 'I If" I Scene from f 77eVoman in his House "More onviocii is and moving than "The Miracle Man." The nibtft powerful exemplification of the divine force of la ther Love ever penned. It ranks with the fcv gresit pictures of the film world Wash- .it: No advance in Admission, 10 and 20c. TOMORROW ' ADOU'Il Z KOR Presents DOROTHV D ALTON r "A ROMANTIC ADVENTURESS" Adapted fronr the Kiory, "A, y'ir.tcr City Favorite," by Charles Belmont Davis Diiecteil by ilarle.y Knowles. Scenario by i ',',,' '". ' " 'RosibaV Henley , r A PAR.MOUNT PigrUKE j CONQUEROR OF! hm SICK CARTERS ITTLE HVER PILLS take one after each meol and . natural laxative to the isowcis, ana a nagyiarana neauny con dition of the system with freedom ,from Constipation and Sick ' ' ' Headache' is the result." ' They, are strictly Vegetable. ) , ,r W . ! . QiiMiiM faumk bear mt i ' . ' : ll mm-mm Ii I Wo have one hundred horses, mares and mules for sale or ex panffe In this lot of stock we have some real nice mules, cicrhint? from 850 to 1,000 pounds and several pair of ex ' ti-1 fine'lar e mules, weighing as much as 2,640 lbs. a pair. We hnvc as food a lot of Farm Mares as we have shipped this season. We also'have a few pair of good, big horses weighing as much as )200 pounds a pair. v Plofie call and look over this lot of stock before buying ' or ex ' cUngmg. We also have' the number we, advertise. , S. Special, interpreted by V Thomas Holding uarem nugnes Hendrick, the In ouse His H RELEASE IDE CONSTSPATIOU HEAOACHE The Great Success of Carter's Little liver Pills is due to the com plete satisfaction of all who use them. No;j by jmrging and weakening .the Bowels, but by; regulatingand strength ening th?m. Don't HesPtafe Get a Bottle- one at bedtime. They act as a ?gnolur4 LI v berrethy HICKORY, N. C. T-M U !.lUI.l I UniiL I U I I fllll 111 I 111 I D l TO CARNEGIE DRIVERS ON SECRETARY BONO Mayor J. D. Elliott will leave to night for New York, where he will meet the secretary of thy Carnegie library foundation in connection with I Jnckc-rys proposition. Mr. J. L. j dley, a former member of the city (council, who was 'active for the li ! Lrary. has gone to Philadelphia and v.itj join the mayor in New York, j The proposition Will be laid be , fore; the secretary of the 'f tunda- tioa in the hope that the city niav nisrxd 320,000, including 1h Sil.O'.b donation, on the buflding without lr.ore ado. ' Council last night passed a resolu tion on empowering the, mayor to take up the question. In the meantime 'the Community Club, Rotary Club and other organi. zations are marking time pending wont as to the success cf th? mis sion to headquarters. LOU LYNN OUT AND IN Lou Lynn, who is serving a sentence in Newton jail, made her escape a few nights v.jo and had a night and day 'cf liberty before she was picked up at her home in Burke county arid rc" A turned fco jail. v s UN ION BIBLE CLASS ... . - ' . .. The Uniojv.; Bible Class will meet Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'cIock in the Reformed church auditorium; - Lesson 4 will be studied. -"o T jch member is asked to bring a definition of "justification" and to nrske a list of the results of justif: cation as given in - the first.ll; yer ho3 of Romans, Fifth chapter. AIL members are urged to 'be in attendance. SOME EARLY PEAS Mr. W. J- Shufordi has been show ing blooms from garden peas and asking the quesion. "Can anybody beat it?" He sow?d the peas so that ; they would come un in the fall, cov icred them during the winter and "bad I ! them hustling in February. Unless frost catches the vines and blooms he expects to be indulging in home grown pevu in the next few weeks. YOUNG AND STEPHENS BOUND TO FEDERAL COURT R. T.- Young and A. C. Stephens, charge'l with violating tha national prohibition laws, were ;riven a hear ing Monday before United States Commissioner John F. Miller. in this city and were bound to the April term of th2 Usvtcd State dis trict caurt which co.iyenei in Salis bury the third Moiviay ; 'in. April. Both made bonds in the sum of $500 each (with J. Alexander Martin of Bandy's township and Z. B. Trout man of this city as sMtelie. These two men: were found near an illicit distillery in Burke county near the Catawba line, on Marc i 7 by Fedenu Prohibition,' Agent R, B- Boger and others. .- BACKACHE OF WOMEN The back: is often called the main spring of a woman's life. What can sho do, where can she go, so long as that deadly Backache saps every particle of her strength and ambition? She cannot walk, she cannot stand, her housework is a burden, or the long hours behind the counter, in the office or factory are flushing. She is miserable The cause is mlany times some derange msnt of her system, and backache is a common- ' symptom. - Lydia E. Pinkha'm's Vegetable OorJlpou'nd is a, rejiable ,remedy -for., backache -.as for more than forty years it ha teeri rel levin s women' of ? Ariierica'; f rdht ttie "ailments wliich' often causit vVAdv & Son ... ... flU H fl k MUM City council last night passed an ordinance placing jitney drivers un der bond in order to, hold them to stricter accountability;!and refused to restore the licenses of three drivers whose cards have been revoked by the chief of; police and city mlanager. It was made , Jpla,in that Chief iLentz would removs a few more drivers on further provocation. No more li censes will be issued until after the new administration takes office in May except on urgent? demand, and in each case the applicants will be scru timzed closely. : ; The board also authorized the chief and city manager to employ half a dozen plain clothes men for the pur pose of enforcing better the prohibi tion law. Bootleggers, as is well known, learn every movement of a uniformed officer and govern them selves accordingly, i When two or more retailers are working in concert they have little difficulty in circum venting the police, but it will be different when the half dozen -plain clothes" men,1 their names unknown to the public, get busy. Chief Lentz said liquor selling could be checked if this were done, but it would require tedious workv The board vyill .fight the violators . in ; every i way possible and the police force will hwe all.the telp hecessary.f -v - J ;rj It vas aid that the ;extra policemen iri-plaitfi; clothes a- few months &zo .made 'it -'hartl for the law ; violators and 5t?iij?ranned to keep similar offi cers orf tjje jjbb- all the time. " - STW PRACTICE FOR SUMMER SEASON The first regular practice of the baseball team of the Young Men's Ba raca class .of the First Methodist Suriday school was held on the high school grounds yesterday afternoon with; ;a. dozen youths on hand. The practice, was snappy and showed that I he class has some real players. Prof. R. W. Carver is 'coach for the team, Mr. Earl T. Edwards is manager and Mr. Ivey Starnes is captain, and he is also .the regular catcher. M'r. Edwards has : raised nearly $40 to outfit the players and finds interest keen. The-boys -want to arrange a game with other Sunday school class teams in Hickory and it is hoped the first famemay be played on Easter Mon day. , .. - If there is any Sunday school class in this section that wants to have a game' it3 manager might.' communi cate with Mr. Edwards. BROKE IN STORE Store breakers' last night entered the store of Mr. Noah Deal on the Oxford Ford road and made off with a quantity of merchandise. Mr. Deal made an effort to Obtain bloodhounds, but the robbery was discovered too late to justify bringing the dogs from AshevilW- - - ; . HERE. FOR SERMON Among the prace Reformed church people of Newton attending services at the Reformed church last nigh were Rev. and! Mrs. J. A. Ditzler and son, Mr. and Mrs. S- I., Herman. Mr. J. .F. Herman, and daughter, Lois. Mr. Adrian Herman. Mrs. Russell Herman, Mr. and .Mrs. 'Lee Gabriel, Mr- E. D. Gamble, Mr. anl Mrs, Loy Sigirio:o, Mr Clyde Rowe. Mr. and , Mrs. -C. M. Row?, ; Mr. and - Mrs. Clarence"'CIapp, Mr. and Mrs- J. B. Leonard, Misses Euia Nichblson. Katherine l: CurtiJ Johns ie ! Curtis, Freddie Hoover, Carrie Thornton. Aniiie ;HiJaebran.5(rs. Edith I.oma pac, Mrs. Lee6irili and Mr. H. M&&WW$mm NOTES- r;r - We6t Hickory. - March 16. Mrs.i M" J.' Lackey' who 'bias" been sick for several- weeks is3iow sble to walk around! again- : " IMr..,Calivin Smith, one of West 1 Ilickory's. oddest citizens is quite fecWe-t ataPresent., Mr. W. C. Kincaid bought what " known as the Walter Fox property, on the north side of the railroad in 1 1 West Hickory the past week. The consideration was ($1,600. Mr- . iun caid and family will move into their new home in a few days. Mr. Ed Mitchell and family have moved , into the new di veiling house 0rN:-W. Phelps recently built rcw-Jsos. lot; near Mr. M A. Carsweil s !Mrst. ,W M. Hicks and daughter, Elsie were" Wgek end visitors in SheHjjf.- "-'-' f . The small pox epidemic seems to be a thing of the past in West Hick orys'and the Sunday schools are ali having a full: attendance again. Mr M-aJeoJm McKenzie Who has been; ill " with inflammatory rheuma tism1 "for several months is now im- prdvinpr 'rapidly land will soon -, be ready for Vvcr-k. Mrs. Henry ixiller has been auite sick with pneumonia for several days. The production at the Ivey Mill the past wsek was unusually tooJ. There (were 13.347 pound's of cloth i baled. . The iproduction in yards wa-s j 44,675. This is largest production that .has ? ever been got off in one i Aveek. . .-, Mr. Russell Benfield left here Sunday for Buffalo, N. Y.. to work for, a while. Mr. Guv Suttlemyre of Burke county was here Saturday anl Sun- iday. J Mr and Mrs. C. E. Cole spent the i nrooL' chrvsl in PVinrlf frw ,rttU rulofu'Oi IN BURKE COURT More than 300 true bills have fceen returned, in the special and regu lar terms of Burke superior . court, over which Judge Lane is presiding, and the term that began Monday saw 100 of these returned. - The grand jury is .still' returning true bills, Mr. Jos. L. Murphy, "back from Morgan- ton last night; ? said. Solicitor Huff man has disposed of '. about ' 50 ! cases already. : . ' - V " . ' " The swing of interest to light cars, led by champions of. the Essex, calls for particular caution. , Some may think Essex only one of a finer type, marking a -general advance in standards throughout the light car field. But trie facts quickly expose that mistake. For the Essex: motor is patented. No other can use it. And Essex performance, so enthusiastically admired by.all. motor dom, is the product of that exclusive invention. ' ' ssex has set the greatest official endurance record of 3037 miles In 50 hoursIt has never been equalled by any other car, regardless of size or price. . . . ': And Essex made the world's 24 hour road-record, by travel ling 1061 miles over snow covered Iowa country roads. For cars of its piston displacement, it has won every official record, from 1 to 50 hours. It has proved cpeed such as only the fleetest of costly cars can rival. And in its first year, it set a selling record never equalled in motor history. Abernetfiy Motor BOX SUPPER FOR WEST HICKORY BALL TEAM There will be a box supper at the Y. M. C. A. (Hall in Wyst Hickory Friday evening March IS at 7 o'clock. Everybody invited to com 2 and have a good time. TO HOLD SALE The Do As You Please Club will have an apron, candy -and cake sale Thursday, March 17, at thz Edison Phonograph Company for the benefit Note How Essex Trebles Motor Power of the little French orphan. Robert, - whom the . club has. a 5B JQ, i Money back without qtl I if HUNT'S GU ARAN I SKIN DISEASE REM I (Hunt's Salve and Soap) the treatment of Itch. El Rineworm.Tettcr or otn ing skin diseaceB. .Ttl treatment ut our rilk. HICKORY DRUG COMPAQ XT. iO Co K I. ' f;A?.'; r : - . ' . , ....,' and frknds. I T. J.L.