THE MONROE JOURNAL ENERUV A oration.
in institution of tin-cvuuty. Irnt ,
; Walker, the riwi.il of tb-m h. 1,
ClU'NTY I.EAUl E IXMtMCU. IUM t'EAWl'L CORW KTION.
Tt"t"SiAY Apul 14, i,..!.
r -,ThTwTnintat Present Ncikl ui an cilm-atm- lui love h "k RepreseotatUe Irons Different Kev. Krmnk Sler o4 the .TrthoJUt
Pi blishkss I t"t. Say. Doctor Henry ,L1!hS' SltauW th County Mrt S-t-j Churck.entSlammin, i. Ahc
. - - 1 " ! i
Itbicct of the Learue. "i !. m.t vn.Wt,.t
BILL ARP S LETTER.
Admiration and Respect for the
A gy ls.lv, a nnv'tiUir nl
frieml, Imugl.t one of niv lKok
and expre-ei hi-r i. Iodine at it
rii-i, I nit found one fault irul
ititl mt rmnuoniewitli her llelire
feetins t"T tie i a ,leev. In
ti plm-- !r found irlive
aniHilott Hint rclkttt-.t iimii miue
of hrr H-ii!e, but they were tim
jj.kkI t I siipprt"".!, an I wmiM
nuve Iki q tll on ttoiitile well
M rc-vt for Ihe Jew ha Ik en
too often e(rc-el in my letter
to tie ;iK'Miiiel. It in not mer
reevt, but it is w.m.ler and nd
III i rat urn 1 tejoice Kith them that
the Hiiex of eieoution have 'm
c1, mill tiiit tiiey run now w,uhi
amirl:ti' to tiiolr iviiH-u-nit
an. I the faith of their father.
Their ancestors appetteil at the
very lau of creation. They lime
teeu broken t.p an. I M'NttereJ. time
unit anin, but have preserved
tneir wu-ri'i! litirstuiean.l entom
aud relii'ioo, and hue outlived
every nation thi.t o'iuee'l them
They have l.u.l no kirn: nor ruler
nor politic tl head, and have been
Mattered anion-.; al! elinie an. I
in the South, Says Doctor Henry :
LouisSmith- ThcSptendiJ Work
of Whiw Institute. i
lasiitule are now in pron-. The j
! animal ail.lrev a ileliveretl ou
' Kriit.iv by lr. Henry l.o'ii. Smirli. :
I (irenlili'iit of Itaviilwli College. I'ri ,
lay evening. Sit unlay evening auI
ht-J eveniiiij ere jueu Hl to the
various exervi.M-s of the m Ii.h1, j
This, ami tomorrow evening will
aU tie taken up by eerei-- of t!u
kin.l. thiSuioiay lr. J. It. KiM '
rnle of l-mct-ler. S. t.. pre.u loil
the animal sermon.
A .loiirii.il rvimrter bad Ihe jile-.is-lire
of iitliiji tlie m-IiooI on the
lav ot I'r. Smilb inl'bew. His
Mlbuvt was. hIiii-.Iuii. of eniiix-.
He Mike l.up'lv ot the iulva:it c
of thi-x- living in rui.il ami village
I'lii't . t. r. 1 NMNi.M HI,
united in their admiration, ail.v
t ihii and tijiort. a well t!n
ollht to In-.
I lie x li.kd i doin real jjr.10' l
M-IiooI woik. I'ruf. W alker leae!.i
the hiiili !i.Ki dt i.aiHueiit. I'l.'t.
t iilnliiiimtie. and the iien-xity lor . N. Niln the luterinetliate. I i-l.
rdiii-ation for t bem. TIiom- in the ,. K 'iiiiiiin'h.iin the piima y.
country max orten think that the' ami Mix Walker the tniisie.il.
eit Mnde have an advantage, viid I'ruf. Ni!i:l i .me of our n ptilt
Mr. Snntli. in the wa of ohooK lie scImhiI ti-aehers who. i'ic
lUli u twenty live anu thiH I Ke Hiik iler. ator 01
rer-nt.it ut from dill, n ut C mlrjl MtthoJist church, this
ttoiw of the county met in tlten-urt ! city, anj cne of the most protn
hotise. in ivMw.iisctoihe imitation ment divine in the State. ho
of the A nt i Whiskey Ua-ue "I recently adopted J'atkhuisl mcth
M..ur,.. a. ..I loiimsl a ts.unlx lU aj e, ,unilI1II,Ci and
li l'lt 1.IM .'SIII1IU.IV. I lot. J. l.
tt . . i ... . .. I I ...... .1
, it .it k t I i'i n jim w.is ent mi . , .
i..... i m. ii . l, pf. y
;,vr, tarv and t.easurer.' The or " llc hjJ ' lth hiiP" e,r
.ai,i.itioii w is stvbd tl Ami ,and seen with his own ee.' and
s.il..n Iciiieol In ion lotiiity." I convinced that Ashville was
j l;eiiest-iiiatiet weie ptix nt from the m st corrupt city o( its sie
Momoe. Maisliv ille. 1 in foul, .Ink ( be had over known. Mr. Siler
s,iii ami ii.s.se furl, low i:sii.s. ; In luvts that the warnings sound
i ihe no. tiii- was oihs witliirt .y rrij,dent K JoStvelt, with
piav. i i. !.. ... it. Atkinson, respn-t t.i what thechicl executive
...lis. V M V..i ... .l.t.J
. .... . . ...... .... ti . . M ,hc 5ulcide wf ,he nc.
is peculiarly .tpp!i.-aMe to Ashe-
ihnnlies and all the many iui
prietueiit.s; but III the city the
children haw a t'J" M to play
in, in the dust and noise. And the
little tots lieyin to undergo the m r
vousstraiM of to parties and
sitting up late at infill and ha in;
the social rivalries and bitter feel
iiiusth.it exist between their elders.
Many city childieii aiv nervous
w reeks by Ihe tiiuctlicv are It! or
is. Never h.is physical stieiiuth
Us'ii vi ueievsiirv as today. tol
nit v the oiinir man or wuii:iii ho
practice of those ita'itu s ol eh.ir
actor which draw men. and ! h ud
study, has radu.lll clnnU-d the
ladder ol iisefulii. s until I-hI. iv lit
is a splendid and succevsllll lllh
school teacher. I'rol. t iininnli t lit
is a teacher ol lare girts in his de
partiiieit, and of great tad and
skill in haiidliiii: and iustiuctiui:
the little lolks. We plvsoul pic
Hires of these tints- p-nllemcii tills
week. They are men who are
dollijj Miuet hi llg for themselves,
tins couiitv and hiimauitv.
and Mi. . M. 'rloii stated the
I'M st of tie lilts till to Is- to aid
the oititvrs of the law to eiifoiis
Ihe whiskey laws thtotighoiit the1
i . .1: lit . and to make sel.tlin. iit
.l'.inist the whiskey tr.itlu'. Ml.
II. M. Mewatt lead the by lawsj
and const it ut I. ii of the Stale league.
vi. Se. where time is in the pastor s
..j iiiMii, little inarrvui" and j:v
ii. g in m ini igc
In discussiiii; that scvial evil,
i.len! was dmstisl to -The brothel exists in Ashville
'I to get in. a, ,,, ev.-rv roneeivaliU form fn.iii
and the pi
.1 1 . 1 -i i I a
i oi.st ilulioii ami
I he plan of oi gain ill. mi aii-l
oik iulopled is to have v lis- presi
dents ol tin- league, one from imi h
township, who shall assist the
pn Mil.iil and sh.til endeavor to
make lota! leagues in their h-sikh-
peoples, but have never lost their I imlay begin life a nervous wreck. ! The di-claiuii-r's ine.l il was
nationality Itor mixed their blood ; Sncn-ss, if ever altaimtl at all, w ill by Mr. Henry NisUt. ami the
with anv other people. Tbi-v have only la- accoinplished afterthc most l iter's nicd.il bv Miss c.-ra
for centuries struir-.'ieil ?iu.st the
Kgyptians, Syrians and IJnieaiis.
tmd siiivive.l theni all. Tliey were
in later centuries proscribed by
the I'atli i!i. s of Spain, the Pro
testant of Norway, while their
iiersecutors si ng; the .vn;.. of th
Vnliiiists and lu'igl.t the wisdom
of their prophets. Wr rejoice ti nt j
their ilelivemmv fr.-nt pi riciil:i n.
came ailing with that i f our on
when we pioc'iiiincl n li.ji.nis lib-1
e r t y m i ! civil i ' i a ! 1 1 y to u.l win
made America their hottie. 1 have
l.mir itdi.iire.! that people, whir
have e.xcelli .1 in .loii.itic viitm-.
in oU-diciH-t' to law, whoe chil (
dren honor ami o'.t v tiicir p .rents.
Karelv iiiiioiil' tiiem are found
eonv it ts or crruihals or drunkard
or suicides, or .l.vur.ed nun or
women, l lieif n um sclilom up-1
pear en tho dot lo ts ut the courts.
And yet tliey ale patriots when
!itriot" aie wan'.'.!, koscicsko
iud no biimr troij.s tiiiti the ;
Polish .lew s vv hit toUo.ve.l his ban-
ner, and if I h.-.d to ii-uno the most
faithful soldier 1 ever -'in' in our
civil war I would twine .lonns, of
I'l.'.il . .1. ti. tt VI M !,'.
at'tt-i ii.kiii Mr.
e.l at King
i-ll'ort coupled with sutler-
eoiinl rv child has fresh
ts, lioweisaud glass; goes
carle, plavs ihe noiiual
III. I Is mole
d morally. The
! fot'otti n how he cume to
r a lotio .lav's march from
iliouiinv to l.iiiii.liin, and
our town i f K a;e, a
nevor .1 i. ke.! !i d'lty i f avoid,
'.ft',, o; Itiiteri.l on a march.
ha. ,. i..
t . ill'- si
tito t :
wlu-n t:iecoloncl u i. I. " M r .loti i
where is your company '" the t i to. I
soldier came to a salute and said,
"I ili tier kotnp'nv." I hat Jonas
Was an uncle to l-iael .lonns, who
all Atlanta l.tiow s, an l who is now
jiroiiiiiictit in New York cummer
With ureal re' ( rent cdo I recall
our own Jndah P. l'cnjamin, our
scctetiiry of vviii', and on whom
Jtr. lavis leaned for counsel more
than upon any number of hi
cabinet, lie was a very great
man, or lie could not have gme to
Kngl'lt"! Hiid uotked his way. un
aided, to the viry top of the Knj
lish bar. mi l vv n Ii in eight years be
appointed ipiecn's counsel over Ihe
most learned members -if the pro
fession. I have not f.irgolton the
perfect loveliness of the Jewish
liebet'in in Scott's story of Ivan
hoc. on may liml broken vow s
and separation and elopements in
to Is-il ear
j games nt' chiUlhi
apt to IS' dov elope.
oppoltniuty of enioviiig these
things is worth a gnat deal more
than line clothes. oil ui.iv think
that II Voll eollld get In the c It V
Voll would Is- all right, but the
probability is that ymi would U' all
vv l ong.
Two things are necessary for sue
cess. You already have the ml
vantage in the contrast which I
have than u, ami w ilh it two things
an- iicct-Nsarv -eneigy ami ediica
timi. Never before has there been
so many ami o great opportunities
for the Southern Itovs. in business,
in teaching, in prolcsiiui. anil in
politics of the Is-tler sort. There
were scarcely anv oppoi I unities in
these tields tor Voiliig nu ll twenty
or thirty yeai ago. The Iu-iib s of
the war rightfully took Ihe lead in
politics, and tin- man who said thru
that he would enter the profession
of teaching was a martyr. lint
now there is no brighter tiehl for a
young man than the educational
woik in the South.
I Ine of th-gu-atest curses of the
Southern village and rural com
liilllllties is lu,llie. There isijiiite
a contrast lit re Is-lvveeii the North
am! the Smith. In a Northern city
f t n Sunday
'ridge pre ai I
) Itaplist Chun li.
Mr. lioldildge was cutcM.iincil
by Mr. W. C. I'.i.m.iii. and Mi.
'Smith was entertained bv lv. J.
I II. Mixon.
Temperance Workers W anted.
I'o the I t lends of Teuipei.iiu c :
The oppoitiililly Is n. .w In-lb li
tis to lessen the present illegal sale
ofvvhiskev ill I liloli i oiiiilv and to
make temperance sent uncut for the
present and the future. We end
a levy hard woikers in each com
luunitv and a g I many workeis
w llllllg to to a llltle. I'lease s, -p.
hie name, lownslnp, and posioih.-c
of any man w ho. von think. i i,i
lllg to llo sonic haul Woik tol b in
Iterance. Let evciy in. in. woman,
ami child tlo his duly in this tight
eons w ar against w hiskev .
,i. i:. w vi k'i ii.
Waxhaw. N. C.
President ol Ai.ti Saloon
I.e uue of I mi. mi ( 'ininty. S
Kurnl koutcs I rum arshville.
tiv e I .w iisinps mi.
! blind tig. is. The
j league will Ik- also its executive
; committee, .re! the piesidont will
jhave power to call siibse.Uent
net-tings as ni:. ii as he thinks nee
.sviiv. He will .iioioiiiice the
' name ) the vi.e presidents later,
ainl lake action lowatd ha' ing
; I .illl. s in e.i. h lowiislitp. V i.iiti
iiiittee w i.l a'so he .ipioii.ted t so
: le it liie:i:ls ship f,.- ihe league,
j Speech! ttel e mail'- l v .Messlss.
! P.. I . A ict. ill. vi ho said that "tin
! manhood ot I' i, inn eoiinl V is be loud
ithis movement and the illegal vile
jof Vllllslo-V lllll.t stop;" In bl'V.
I M. . Mn 'ihi bv Mr. .1. II. Li lian
o I hi i, ml. vv ho vinl: "I hav e i Pen
tho'i.;'!1 tii.it if the pie of I'.iiou
Icu'i'v had sin and I. -It whit we
h. nc seen and n il III .'ill loinmil
int., tin V wo ual h ue talo 'i hold
ol this thing long ago;" by Co!. 11.
I.. Ib-tt hkiss. w l.o s.u, that be had
1...I. light 'tig I1. is b.itili- for lint
I'll- Veals; by Mess,,. W.likt I. U.
. N.s!l, t. C. tm lee, II. M.
V it hi.is.ni and p. I Imps ol her.
The Villi Saloon l.. .igueof I lilotl
count V is in c. ii nest and uo;ioses
to light theill.-gll whiskey s. liels
s lit SS
i.u in f.m i t
1,1 lj. 11..- c
im-s , t W ,i i .lo i
.n S.it'n !.tv nu!
h-..itc I v to i:,:t
the people all look as if they art-
fact ami in fiction, but not ainoni? "' ' ,"' southern man
the Jews. Tnev arc in every town saw another silting on a street in
ami city and are more of an' exam-1 N'' Vnrk ami asked linn what he
tile than a menace to our ncoi.le1 iw doing' there. He replied that
and our institutions. Their names the people all seemed to la- pting
are found responding t" every
charity, nn.l 1 noticed that the
university fund was materially
aided by their liberality, and 1
could not help wondering how
much our Christian people would
have given to aid some great Jew
ish school or charity.
I would like to write more alwiiit
these Hebrews, for, as St. Paul
naid to tho Romans, "with them
was committed theoraclesof (iod."
lint 1 am not well today, and must
defer to a more propitious season.
In my Inst letter I made a mis
tike that DUist tie corrected. 1
said that there w ere but ten months
until Julius t'nesiir and Augustus
Oasar put in two more and named
tht m July and August. Somehow
1 have had that impression all my
malum life. and. strnilffH to hhV. I
was corrected a tew ilava aim" bv ! ' "lv al' W1W 'tt"(r ftr the
my good friend (iasst-tt, a mulatto r' " k'' over. W e must lie wil
Dierchant of our town, who is well ' "' wo,k ,,r "'!!"
educated and a Btudetit of ancient a1'!'- ,,rl. l'"'k "'"'W
t.;.,o,.. lb. r.,tn mn rpsiicrlful makes many rolillst T0III1L' men
s . ,SV it
I'KitK. K. X. MsllKT.
letter and said that Nil ma, a Koman
euttteror, who reigned two hun-
li-.il and til'lv vintrs before the i
fatitejirtt tint in .fMnnsrv and Fob- think that men like John L
fur tho two mon ha. ant "t " w .......
willing to Hit down in little easy
places and never do anything in
the world. Y oung men sometinn
tho Ceasarn only changed the
Dames of (Juintiles and textiles
(the fifth and sixth) to July and
August, So I make the correc
tion with pleasure and give the
credit to friend U asset t.
The fast mail ou the Southern
waa wrecked yesterday eveuiug
three niilea nort h of Islington, and
Engineer Daniel 1 hi via and the col
ored firemen were killed. The
wreck was a fearful one. A storm
was raging mid it was some time
in the district, ami a school, too,
that offers, not only primary In
struction, but high school work of
the beat grade. The funds are
raised by voluntary subscription,
and the school is well patronized,
the enrollment having been np to
The essence oi tbe wheat grain nearly 2r0 this term. We challenge
is in " Force," and it is an ideal the Wat to show a better work
food. For sale by Brunei & Huey, than this. We are proad of it as,
before any news at all could lie got
ten. Mr. W. F. WAeiunrn or Isl
ington walked to the wreck and
'phoued the news to the Charlotte
Observer. The wreck was caused
by a huge rock rolling on the track.
horse is stronger than Sullivan.
The difference between the great
Mr. Loreuz and an uneducated man
is that the former uses his brains.
With one turn of his skillful hand
he is able to earn CO.OttO."
The universal comment on the
address was that it was plain, forci
ble and sensible.
This school should be, as it is, an
object of great pride with the people
of Vaxhaw. It may not be gener
ally known that the people of the
town are running an eight months'
school absolutely free to every child
,;.lll l.itel.ttv So, letv. 1 l,t- 'iilciv I,
I t ihsi'ilrd Is, ' Kt-si-lv.-.l, ll, 0 t:t u -papers
do in !ir to i::, 'i!.l pnl'li.' o , o
nu than all otlifi at;e:i.'ics c !,,!.in'-,!
Mr.M. W. I Little an I J, C. M ,s
-ey ,ll aihnn; Mi-ms. J. t. II is.t.. v
-iud I.. L. Ilnttins mil dfiiv.
Sillid.ti , Uv ;. at 11 ','!', I'.
J. (.'. K .ut' wit) pi. a. h the so mi n.
M.l!ll.lV Ills' I Will l-e tin- Iiu-t.t !
llir lll'lsn al . oil, t'l I
T at"-.!. i , at I l : n - oV lw, k, the yoi.-ii;
Ii lies will itvit.- tor a medal At j
, lot k in tlm a -t.-! noon II ,:i. Stcph.-u
Mcllitvre will Jt-hvei the ,1:110,11 ., 1-Ilt-is
Ine s,.:ul t-lili l talliili.-t,t 1 .1. -1-
M- t .
t the I
,. 1111 lv,
I .v infill .it s 1 , dm k
, uiiuiifiieeint'iit evi-i.-.t-s.
Mi-ism ti. A. M.ir.h au.1 T
Ibinnlt ,11, win. t:ae I'-oi on t!,,.
.1st tol Sev.l il ,,(s, al- l-etter.
ihe y oiit'g pe - !f ot M.irshi ti.e
itten It 1 the 1 I. Mii t-vi,-i. 1
liill i.j school, 1 rnlay tiisht, 11 j
Mr. M. A. Teal nf An.-ou r,
(nruicilv 11! lint Spvim;, Ai k
moved his f iniily ht-ie, he. ailPt- M,il di
lilr is a thi ivuiK pU. e an I has .1
C ,td srh, ml.
Miss Cullie Marsh an.! Mi. V.'i 1
llarri-ll "pent Sunday at Kuby, S. t.
Mr. A. J. Kniiiht, spei-ial aiteut and
rxaminer niral tine delivery s-ivnr,
spent a put n( hist week lo-re 111 ll.t
interest ol the pro posed new rural tier
Jelivrry route (loin the Maiehiille
Mr. J. C. Marsh spent a part of hist
week at Lexington on business.
Krv. Mr. ljvuo( Olive Hiainh wa.,
here Saturday inn riling on his way to
Suvrral uf the Mushville people
went to Monroe Saturday; ainniis the
niliiilier wrie Mr. and Mm. J . . Green,
Misses Ivah baehy and Mattir Mas-.
sey, Messrs. N. T, Rivers, J. C. Ma
ry, Href, and Mrs, S. J. Iloneyciitt.
Colored folks Thitnkful.
The result uf the grand tally at
the A. M. I). mn cbiireb is the
following aim. lint: iff.'ii'i.lil. We
thank the while Ii lends for the aid
given us ami Itev.Mr. Smith of the
M. K. Church for his able sermon
at II o'clock and lie v. liullius, col
ored of the Presbyterian chinch for1 pocket book.
The LdiKalion of women,
lu .111 .tit. 1 h. in the May e'i
1 .r. Mis Cat 1 I'. I.augliliii
i'i:. is the i leal cdiir.itioii oi
1111 0. 1 it-t, to i.ao. L' hctscH
as a vv 'tii.iu. :.' odd to learn what
t'.i.rc is f r lot to do; at'd tli.td,
to slnd) Il nv to ,1 :t. This is an
iiid.-nt di:;citsi. .ti (r mii t!u pnnci
ii tiiL- --iiiglier 1 ln.-.tti.in."
1 lu' mi-taki' 1 f s. ir tit? of cur mod.
v 1 11 cdin-,,t,,s that vv.inien needs
1 g v l :i niKiib. r 1 ( ri ,u:tt :iictits,
1 g-vi ti bin t ( laligtiagi , sci
tt c,'. iio t it -nc, 1 b' . siie ileplores
1.1 I t glitiy, ( r uukss these con
du.v t 1 make oi.c a tin re worthy
Voin in, a 111, II- useful tik-uiber ol
so.it'.y they are as naught. A
.itt'c more id tin: wisdom el out
. r iiidin,, tht rs and . ss id tneta
(liysTs i'.n.l ccor.n'iiirs in the
tc'iiiniue t'tliigaii.ttial system wjil
iv, ik i, r its l-.-tt; nil -lit.
bv law, f..r tbe!,he ow jive whc,e ,W() tactJ
I wallow m JcgtaJatiiin, through
the vaiiuiis states c( the assigna
tion houses, and places where
women hold high carnival day
and night amid surroundings made
tiiest attractive by elegant furnish-
I.M.k out for, ini.s, rugs, beautiful catpets. at
ibceis of the j tractive pictures, eltgant paint
ings, music of various kinds, piano
and stringed instruments, rooms
title J up in the most splendid
furnishings. I have seen and
talked with a woman who boasts
to mo that she knows the way to
homes i f accepted social standing,
from which she decoy girls -at any
time for base puipos; who, if I
wire to approach them would
'j ill iv 0 me away with a stick. 1 have
looked into the face of a mother
who keeps her daughters Inr lure,
an.) I have heaid the cry of a lit
tle ml. int, while its own mother,
under the same tot f gives heisclf
to a lile if shame. How many
.sui.li in tin duals tin re aie. in Ashe
ville n j man knows. The num
ber is varously estimated at from
lootj i.'io. found in slum dis
tricts, fo-called, and many of
them in priv ate rooms, over places
d business and in rented ipiartt rs
111 resectable houses. I do not
charge the resident people of
Asheville with any w ish to lurnish
nt 011 t.. the lotlgmcnt to this class.
"I am glad to know instances
where such have been driven from
the hi'tiu' when they were lound.
I d a 11. t Leie speak Luther by
way of iK-scribiiit; this appalling
evil, 1 have seen amongst these
women and tlu men who (rnpicnt
their places. These things have
caused me much pain. I have
gone, not at a spy, not as a de
tective; I mean not to bo sensat
ional; I despise coarse sensational-
white kraut at
at I low's st. r:
lu cents a
S. K. Duster
Strength, health and pleasure
ate bo'inJ up in " Fore?," the
splendid heart-cereal food sold by
Hriim r c. Huey.
1 want your country produce of
ail kinds S.-o me before you
sell. S. K Dosttr.
A New Insurance
Com puny for
tfUnion Count v.
The new insurance company
will insure your life for the bene
fit of jour lamiiy when ycu are
dead and g tie. This is gord.
The undeisigned firm will in
sure you for your bent tit while
you live This is better.
The insurance companies in
sure your life, we insure your
his able sermon at night, anil all
the colored iienple for their aid.
Yours, with praver for success,
T. It. McCain. I'aslnr.
" I first used Aver's Sarsr.rilla
In tht fall ot 1848. Since then I
btvt taken II every spring s
blood purify Inn and nerve
S. T. Jones, Wichita, Kans.
If you feci run down,
arc easily tired, if your
nerves arc weak and your
blood is thin, then begin
to take the good old stand
ard family medicine,
It's a regular nerve
lifter, a perfect blood
builder. ah ant.
A.k 7" aartnr wlMt fc think if i twt'I
Sfunil. Hi. knuw. !! thil thi. r.4
.,:,,, i!,', rUow kit 4tmm u4
J, C. ATI'S; CO. LMtall. VaM.
; We will irisnre you ;ifrnr,st
chetp and shoddy poods; auainst
jliojit weights; against hth pines;
j against dissatisfaction at w hat ycu
get for your money, or youi chick
ens and eggs, or any other pro
duce you may have to sill.
Your policy witu us will cost
you nothing whatever. We are
simply in the mercantile business
and mean to do the square and
fair thing by you when you favor
us with your trade.
We earnestly solicit your pat
ronage and invite you to weigh
after us, measure after us and
compare our prices and goods
with any in the State.
We will be satisfied with your
investigation and so will you. '
Give us a chance at your pro
duce. Thanking our many friends and
customers for their favors and
patronage in the past, we beg a
continuation of the same in the
future, and especially invite the
public generally to give us a trial.
Hill & Bivens.
fed i: -i xs ,
Nothing to Drop On.
WIii-ii a serious loss by fire oc
curs Us a good tlnnt to luve an
insurance pnlicy to fill - ' ou.
Better Insure To-Day.
The benefits to be derived ara
liaully to be ineasiiied by dollars
and cents. 1 lie companies we
repri si nt nuke prompt and liber
al payments ol all claims.
We also represent the Great
Mutual Life Insurance Company
ol New York.
Gordon & Thompson.
to Monroe, whore you can
No, Thank You!
Slore Rent, fjjo.oo
Hons dlwrililin) iiKi.no
Wiind 75 00
Extia eipenne living in city, . . 1 jo 00
Draying jooo plea, at 3 centa, 1511 00
Stop! Stop!! Stop!!!
I Sec! I see!! I See!!!
Let's iliow our eipemes:
For hauling 100 loadi at 1,50
per load f
We will lave you 875.00
Well, Well! Hadn't Thought
of it! Lay (aide preiutlict and inves
tigate. Give us a chance. Treat us
fair, and if e can't save you money
it will be time (lent to go eleber
and pay more.
Our Prices on a Few Things!
Arbucklee' Roasted Coffee to cents
per pound; Green Golden Kio, 10I0 15
pounda to the dollar; Bulk, brokea
bean (good drink) 20 Ibi to tb dollar,
Fineat Ut dress goods ont.
W will pay you as much foe pro
duce aa yon will get aoywbera.
Yours to serve,
11. w. russEii,
ZOAE, H. C.
Spring Dress Goods !
This stock Includes the most fashionable, the best of the best
makes, and we pride ourselves on the dependable qualities
represented. So no matter how exalted your station may be,
to what extent your ambition may lead you, or how great your
opportunities for commingling with well and fashionably
dressed women, we can make you a leader among them at
very little cost.
Dress Goods Specials.
44 inch Etamine, $2 kind $148
44 inch Voile and Etamine Wand 125
Jo Inch Voiles, Black and Navy 4c-
50 inch Black tirilliantine 50c-
36 Inch Itlack Taffeta, $1 50 kind I 25
2o inch Peau de Crepe, the newest thin?
In ilks, all colors Wc-
A not her new lot Mcrcrritd White (ioods
Oxford W eaves, the ery prettiest se
lection that could be found 1 2 j to 50c-
40 inch White Lav. ns. KW- kind 7c
Special Lot Remnants in P K's, Madras,
5triped and Checked Dimities 10 and
I2c- kind, on Job Counter 7c-
Model Millincrv Slore.
Our Grand Spring Millinery Opening, Thursday Night, April
2nd, and Friday was a great success. You can pick and skim
all over our stores from center to circumference and you will
find nothing but cream in the whole outfit.
P. S. Full line Dress Trimming, Persian Bands, Pendants,
Ornaments, and Appiliques, all kinds and colors.
Cheapest Store on Karth.
m The Best ( A Peace
M I rni ii j.
iitiM piirr ih'iuiiu.n tu
Bruner & Huey,
ill the grocery business.
They use the cash for buying and discounting
all grocery bills,
and pay the highest cash prices for all kinds of
If you fail to get the highest cash prices it is
because you fail to see them.
While Star CoUee
S Has no
3 Equal !
2 Makes Every
h body Happy.
All join in the
White Star Coffee.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet, firpi
Sma MDBoa hom aoM la Mat 13 Moata. This KlOTatrrr. yiJCfT
la Two Day.
yrw box. 25c
ism. I touch as delicately us I
can upon this awful sore of Ashe
ville. "I know far more than I can
tell you. I would not for my life
give exposure and individualize
what I have seen."
Ynn ran pt ire at CVlieu A
Wallace's, l'hone 3(1.
The following ara Ih. prevailing
pricea beinf paid on tbia market to
dar, tht data ol Uaua of tha paper.
Th market it of courae aubject to
Oniooi, 90c to 1 1. to per buahel.
Irifb potatoes, 63c to 73c per buahel.
Sweet potatoes, 50c to 65c per bo.
Chickens, bena, aoc to 30c each.
Chickena, sprin, according to sits,
uSc to toe each.
Egra, toe to tic per doaeo.
Guiaeaa, uHc to 18c each.
Ratter, use to 13c per pound.
Hams, 11c to 1 jc per poood.
Dried apples, 4 Sc to 3c. per poood.
Dried peaches, 6c to Be per poood
Ideal Wedding Presents.;;
Our line of Sterling Silver and
Cut Glass is the finest that we
have ever brought to this market.
It will do 'ou good to eall and sec
the handsome display of goods
now ou hand. :: :: :-:
The W. J, Rudge Co.