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THE MONROE JOURNAL
Telephone No. I.
Tuesday, June lo, IU1.
I The--ladin. have las-u appointed
to solicit contributions forthcM
mKI:tV luiiH-r : tl Kxirl ! :
i Mim Wilms Aru.lii-lil. Kate I 'In
I ft-r ami Kate 1-ain-y ami Mr. Jul
j i.m linfVin.
Escape IVum Chain (iang
(Me Austin. cii.irt.-r i.
Imo other im ;;ri-s. U iil
aim John wagoner f4.ii imui
I lit- chain eai s st.-cka-U- Suii.l.iv
.Ill-lit. (k)c m;i l.-c.il.lill.sl. but
l Ticket to our l.ujrgv routes! have the oiln-r ( air -t at l.ugr. (M
.'"".T '.'! ,,,,,r,1 "" lour,,,,rrii going rapi.llv."l.tit there are mas raptured i.i Mr. '..v u,;:l..., s
i.l tell all I lu ullie: I.i roiur. ; rt rr ,,.. Uu .,, !iru turll ur.r iav j,ig U-r ul.-.)
Mix m ICmifcnm l-n ycWenlay Jcnu a dollar lull, gel a year sub- nearly nil over tomu iy im-
free draw for til-, Aiming the places Vlsit.sl l.j (Me
s THE HEATH-MORROW CO., Monroe, N.C.!
Ir a vimI at lu(i llaitM. , wripii.w an.l a
Miss Kilie J..tm..u of Mini 1 1 ill.
is visiting Mrs. ('.('. riikc. j aif rcpii-sted to say that
1. . there HI In- a null III;; .f the
at (Hive Itrauch 011 busim-m.
Mr. Huub MiII.t if
Kienl Sunday in o 11.
Ami I.i.ii.ir league iu the court
liniisr Umii-lit ut SAX, for the trans
(ii:iiliitt ii r .......- 1...;... 1
Lit i. . i, They lia.l prociirvd a Iil.
5ojiCsrWiOOD LUCK" BAKING :)' DZ:.
rcr I .'13 reatn-risrrow Co. Konice, ,. C.
!-.-.. .'i st- I. TO Id. r. ICHMCNi' V
I5Z77I ! Iil j
Mr. John Walkui. of (liarlottr I'"""'
hM iit Suii.lay i!h I'r. J. M. IVIk.
Mr. I.li'iiii Wolfe is mmiIiii;
to viH-kii in M.vklrnlmig.
I.Vv. W. V. Iloiiryciitt "lit to
MiMa llilliar.1 of Uf..r.l
i tisiiin Iter lirotlx-r. Mr. Inslcll
iu lil citrliii!. mas tin- itm.-lriy.
He mii.I lir lia.l h.-anl that ilos
moiiUlu't trail folks lliroiih a
Tlitw tii.'ii I. II I lit- Mix k.nli' W
tm.-i-u fl.-vtii ami two o'rl.sk.
an.l li lie
jlliejrai j; ma ri.joj iii; lli. irSiisi
..nii.-niur,-M. mtiolias jusl (w,l,ams from H1.11 I. its .-ImI ! ...... , ,
r.luni.-,J from m-I.o.. at AMi.-v.ll.-, ,u,s t..,, s., that tl..- i.oim- of; ,N"V ' ' "j.it 11. t- m,.j,, -I,- r. -., I.
ill l uioii liistilul,.. MisaSsrvM is Ulll,r ',....r ;,,;, , . HMI,. ' ""'k ''" "
a llalli'lll-r of I r S.-r..J I .. .. .-. I .l "'"'K "" ' n ii i. .nr nr.- - i-rm
Allt-r p-ttin fns from the guari!
jaii.1 is Uglily morlliy of tlu .lav t-liain .Iiiiiiik the itint. Ili.y lil
ln-has Iks-h i-I.s-t.sl to till. Sin-j not piamaN 111 a Inm. Ii. Imt malk.sl
has lia.l r.-rimrt- as a l.-a. lu-r j ,.m ar.ii.-lv. far apait as not
.anil has r.ss-i.sl splcmliil trainiii-. t arousr lli.-Mii.i. i.m of tin- nij;lil
Miss Mayiii. Ijxkliait rt-lunir.)
S it unlay from Kirliiuon.l. mherr
hit.- has Ihs-ii attt-n.lim; m-h.M.I,
Mr. '. ti. Wall has pn to Wall
torn 11, Anson i-oimly, tosH-iiil soliu
lime. All.-u's N'ew Oilcans Mi list iris
mill sliom in th. ir tent, near Win
l liotrr's slalilcs, toll i 111 .
Mfssrs. Ili-niy Itroom ami J. W.
T.im nsi-ii.l art- buiMiug nits' (-ot-tajlcs
011 mot JrtVrrsoii slr.s t.
Mr. ami Mrs. John Sli.-pli.-i .1 of
Alilw'Villc S. V aiv vimIiiik at
Mr. .las. Hirlu'iil's.
Miss l.iit Iun v, mho has Ihs'H
in M'lioolut l.anritstpr, hxs ii-luiiu-il
to In r lioiiu- at Dmlly, S. ('.
Si Miic f.inni rs mi-it- otVcnsI iiiiu
nii'l a half (vnls for tli-ir ro!t'tii
rrop lii-n- Saturday.
I'rof. .1. It. Wulkrr of Waxhaw
IS ,sM.llllll KOIIIctillK in Wa.l.-s
Mix K. J.
iitiiij; lu r
Carl full.'.-, son of Mr. t. ('.
('mice, is milh his lirot her. Mr. J.
I. I '111 lis-, in Texas.
Mr. (i. V. havis, (lit' ihtog
iaili.'l' m I10 lias Ihimi ul WiixIiiiw
for smut' timi', has pim to Lincoln
county, mlicrc In- will locate.
Tin' lioriny 1111 I lie new well lie
Can jcslciilay. It is t-XH-cte.l to
take ulMiiit thirty .lays to complete
' lk- II. rt...... .... ....t;..;... )... iru.inL mhi simhminmI tin-in Itt 1h'
. IHIIM, mllll I till inr II'
nsetl to .Mine here ami mho mill IHrusties. m I10 ar- not chain.sl. Koinj;
II. . illi of Maltliems is
.laughter, Mix It. ('.
Mrs. W. I. liiiri'tt of (icmyia
ari ivi-il last nilit 011 a visit o In i
iin iils Mr. ami Mix ( y lioliin
t'ollnii mas soli I help y.vtenluy
for ten cents 11 .iniu(l. In In- (Icliv
i inl mlien (lie crop is pithcreit this
Miss ll.ssie I'rall of Morven,
Mivs.lauie Mattlicnsaml Mr. Frank
Matthews of (liailotle have Imi'Ii
visiting til Mr. .1. M. I'.elk's.
Mr. Chuk Walkupof Maclulosli,
1'la., mas iu torn 11 Sunday on his
may to the summer school at 1'av
l.i'V. 1. A. Sni.lcr mill preach
lit Sainly Iiiilj;.' cliuic'li next Sat
unlay ut Hire ii'clnck iiml Siimlay
Mr. s.nii Ixiinlley, foiiiicrly of
Moinoe, ciinie home last niht I10111
11 Ihnr years service iu the I niliil
IJev. W. V. Iloiicycutt mill
pleach at Smyrna the thiril Siimlav
ut II o'cl.K'k a. 111., mni at Triuitv
The olil jail liiiililin', w hich lie
lonps to the low 11, is liciuj; titteil up
for more siiilahle iimitcis for the
town 1. Ulcers 11111I for hcailipiartcrs
for the (ire department.
lr. Horace Smith, mini haslieeti
in Pino I II 11 IV, Ark., fur iiIhiiiI a
year, writes that he ill i-nnie holm
nml resume his business here in
Misses Kate Worlcy of Saiuly
liid'c ami Itcitlia Sii'ix'st ii-turneil
last week from schmil ut the Nor
mill ami Industrial Collect' at Ashe
ville. Mr. V. ('. Austin, mho is fariu
iiiK in Mil fori! township, did have a
drove ul'alioiit I'J.'iyoiinp chickens,
liul now he hasu t gut any. The
iniuks got 'em.
31 r. Warren Stuck, mil being 21
yearn of age, could not nerve as tax
lister, a place to Inch he mas ap
Hiiiitc.l by the aldermen, and Mr.
C. II. Harden was appointed instead.
The Young I'isiple'g Missionary
H.H'ictyof Central Methodist church
mill serve ice cream in the Ice
jce building Friday evening of this
Little Miss lielM-cnt Slack won
the contest for the Muck's junior
ittove given by the Monroe Hard
mare Company. Her list had i!'.'!Kl
words in iu
Mr. and Mm. t). C. Purlee re
turneil home yenterduy from Pud
ley, M. ('., where they had lieen
to nee Mr. Curlee'n parents, Mr.
and Mix J. 1'. Laucy, both of
whom are Hick.
Messrs. Kneed Ogtuirn and Hal
Adams have returned from Trinity
College. Mr. Ogbnrn wan one of the
honor men in the sophomore rlusa,
and is attending the Y. M. ('. A.
convention at Asheville.
Mr. Jus. II. Lee had seventy
pounds of fine rabhage heads on
the market this morning, which he
grew in his garden In Monroe. One
' of the heads weighed four and a
half pounds m heu Mi lppedto the
Hoi id head.
Mr. Iiee Williams son of Mr.
Jas. II. Williams, is local manager
of the I'i ilcliar.l memorial excur
sion. He has tirkels on mile at the
Monroe Furniture Co.'i store,
liohud trip to Wilmington, (ISO,
leaving Monroe on 24th.
.piickly recollected by many, mas
kill.-d iu Norfolk recently in a s
ciihai may. The electric light mire
runiiiiig into his otlice lss-amc dis
arranged, and he got out of the
window, up stairs t lix it. IU-
coming caught in the current, he
mas either killed by It or killed by
the fall to the sidewalk Mow.
Mr. I. Wikhire l:.id, a well
known cilien of Sandy Knlp
tow nsliip, died last Tii.'&il.iy alter 11
long illness of coiisiiiuptioii. He
was 5.1 jeaisi old. He was a school
teacher and a farmer, a member of
the Methodist church mid an lion
est man mho sI.mmI well mith his
neighbor. He mas luairi.sl to Miss
.lane liiggcix daughter of Mr. .1. A.
diggers, and she milh eight chil
dien survive him.
The (iloiiceslcr Hotel bilildiii);
having Ish-ii sold to Mr. A. X.
Sample, a hotel man of ( lu st, 1.
Mix tl. C. IVake. the present
nianager. was preparing to j;i v
possession yesterday. Owing, horn
ever, to .11 r. Maniple s inalulity to
dispose of his proK'ity at Chester,
he mill not come to Montis', ul
least not at present. Mis. I'cake
ill continue for the present, and
perhaps permanently, her excellent
management of The tilnuccsler. ;
Misses Cromfll, Sluidivaiit. At '
kiiisoii, lilakeney nml Kauisey. ami
Mix II. I!. I.auey tisik part in thej
concert Friday night given fort he i
lioiii'lit of the Hood sulVeieix A I
net prolit of ?.'! was made, lint i
there Ix-ing no further ms'.l in
Smth Carolina, a eommillee con
sisting of Messis. II. It. Adams. '
II. C. Ashcrafl mid K. Y. Hoiislonj
w. is appointed to expend the money 1
for whatever charitable cause they
Miss Carrie Stewart, daughter of
(he lale John It. Stewart, will be
married at ti:.'IU tomorrow uftcriKmu
to Mr. Charles 1). Itols-rts of II111
Ion, West Virginia. Mr. Hintoii
is au engineer. The ccreiuony w ill
lie erformed by Kev. M. A. Smith
at the old family residence on Lan
caster Avenue, and mill lie very
iniet, only relatives to Im1 present.
The cfuiple will leave on the S:'.'n
train for Norfolk and Washington.
Miss Stewart lias hosts of friends
who will wish her an abundant
happiness. She is one of the most
accomplished as well us i.ne ul I he
most popular young ladies who
have lived iu Monroe. She is a
musician of great talent. And lie
sides cillturc.she posscsM-s all thus
attributes of character which j.o lo
make perfect noinanlioo.l.
Marshals fur the Fourth.
Dr. S. J. Welsh, chief marshal
for the Fourth of July celebration,
announces the following mai'shuls,
each of w hom is iciillested to net
another in his place if he can't
Monroe township - Itaxter Wil
limns, Itulils Armtield and Wilson
Sandy liidge tow nship Cyrus
Cutiilicitsoii, John liiggcix
Ituford township Thoaias Fnu
del biirk, Thurlow Itelk.
Vance township Frank Keziah,
J. I. t)rr.
New Salem tow nship Mark A us
tin, II nam Itraswell.
Marshville township Frank
llarrell, Kaymond (irillln.
Jackson township- John Secrest,
(iiHise Cixs'k township -Zeb Lit
tle, J W. Tucker.
Lanes Creek township Dr. J. It.
Liibanks, Oliver Wimbcvly.
$10 Rew ard.
A reward often dollars each mill
be given for the capture and ret 11 r 11
to the chain gang of two m-griM-H
know n as John Wagoner and Will
Wagoner is eross eyed, bright
mulatto, slender, nearly six list
Alsobr.Miks is black, thick lipped,
scar on face, about five feet high.
IvsrajH'tl on Sunday night, June 1 1.
It. T. Fl.KTVIIKK, Slipt.
Mountain Caved In on the Track.
A.hr,lll ln.li.i. Illh.
The side of a monutaiu raved in
oil the Southern's tracks hctmecn
Spartanburg ami Asheville al 110011
tiHlar. Thonsimls of tons of rock
and dirt plunged downward, rom
als'Ht. The two e?eissl mgris's
had only short M'titciuvs to liuisli.
After day light another negro,
who has long Imh-ii a trusty, tHk a
notion to l.ae, and got as far as
l.'o. k Hi st, w here he m ;ts sts'll and
hail.sl bv Dr. W att Ashcrafl. Not
i .-iion wlii, Ii i-aii. t.isvi.l to l itift-rior
til iil.-.litv. siii-h h lit iw til ..Mir It.. nr.
i I .. k nt .'His 111 iiialoiiir . I.. No mittt.T
! Ii ov itMi. tt . ti. u- a .-.sik inn. tui.e,
I .tii'i'.-iiiii.it .r.i-ii.-.'. .'v.-n wiih ih.'hissit
' ll-Mir. .ii'., i-.mhI t.o-a.l mil provi.ksl
j iih n i?.h.I lMv,iitm2 ai-t'iji.
I - li.l.lll I.I I k li.ilolii; l'o iler nl
Olltv rillS. III.' l.Si,t, il;. UU IHiwt
lii'tilltiliil tr-ttil, ml.', iMistry. .'t.., but
I dll il.i 1 11
..111 ll H UT!II I.
iii...-!.irilv 111.-T . v
ill. il .- 1 -liiiiS hi.iw
un I S-.ii(o l (a-el
tlltfl iti Hit'
1 U It I It I" UHt-1
vtv lfti:iH I f tli"
im In'II'T liitiiM'ki iM r t ! 1.
;tNVli- ri'. ii hii'v .r..v.-f hv llf t i t
iltdt th - t!-' "(in Mi I.I lk' Hiking
l'iAlf hit i-4t U 'ti I'h'trtit'Mi jri
Mirfitii td.it it cmiii- lnijt'lv tn r
Ih trt ti.itl o thrt'ntin aiiio'iitt ut H ik
ii X rjMl-r K'll 1 tliruu-jU.iul li ntirv
At th- liwul of tliii nrti V i- th-tnrt 4
,r ;.m, .f (i win . K
Ut ii ! I v Vnji:'i' iiti l r- l
II 1 .rr.. 1 .1 ,.4 . ir i . Ti- r
Mlt.llll T.tlt 'tlirtw- l(t.,U-.tfl. I' 1 (
llimlr Hll'l "WV!! (' t'"Tt (""Ul ir
iM-.irv tMi'lw (.Mi f "(! I t t K.
It.iki i- 'i..-r u'i l i a U' u j v .i.j i
H-rit 111 r'-t.-l "hv t.i tli l.i'V8' . t
tintr itln.it.v l tin I I'M 1 1. l .ii.x I,,,
Hhl tic trnitinn.ts iiMiUr)f v Mi-
iOiii I I i'k .raii.ul Hiki't I'.irt .-r.
' mil I.I t K" I- tVitilv It.ikiiit; I -rt
lr Mtl.l tviMl-irli 111 S Ii l l .ir I. -.ul
l.t. mi I Irani 1. ,i I Miiim--ut ar'
IaBK & LEE,
DRY CCfl-S, S('!:nS?. CLPT?:f.G. CISTS' rUEIISBIICS, I1T
4SD SHOE STOLE IX X0.1R0E.
I Wllfll'S tllG FflGG? I
Ihcn what's thv alur?
'1 .,. il..
1 a Li.
.1 . I
l l.s ..
I I 'ii'
ire not at
11 . Li us
i . . Ills.
s 7' nuts.
lo 'S lits.
THE SOUTHERN MANUFACTURING CO., RICHMOND, VA., U. S. A.
I.I I.. I.
Can Sell Cider
II... 1, .ii ru. ,i 1, .iu 1 ..L-...I ,r
'"'n t-'IV '"'"jcider mav l- made and sold iu this
''"'; "Sf" l"iu an.lbn.UKht ;NlllU. TI..-I.- is fnMU n.iieh con
him back to tow,,. I bis mgr.. was, fllsji(; , jhl. Vul.f.-i l. ow-
riiii i lau t .11 n M'l ill, tin 11
AT THE IM LKSITV.
lacked only a feu weeks of Is ing
out. ami had Imi ii a trusty with
hundreds of opportunities to run1
The dogs failed to lake the trail1
of Wagoner and Alsobrooks, prod -
ably U'cause so much traveling!
over the track had occurred Is loit' ,
they wcie put on it. I
The Ttonroe Manufacturing Co- I
The Monroe ManiifactiiriugCoiu
pany, of which Mr. T. C. Is isi
presideiil, Mr. .1. It. Faulkner gen
eral manager, and Mr. Theodore
Stiusoii is N't'ielary ami treasurer, j
is now getting under may in its;
work. I his plant is the most i ,
teliM'.e w.hi.I woiking cslablisli ,
! incut ever tiieiliu Moiii.h-, and is
destined to do a tine business. '1 lie
main building is !Hi 1 nil feel, and
the machine!) will have a capacity :
of working ;io.i.ik feet of IniiiU r
weekly, employing 'J.'i men, with a
weekly pay roll of almiil if'.'iHt. '
Twelve men me already at, work '
and the force w ill soon be doubled. ,
The company mill make a ss
cially of .li ving, dressing and ship
ping liiiulicr. and do a geiieial line
ol custom woik. Sash, iloors. blinds
and scroll Woik will Is- done both
to nnler and for general shirk.
While pine lumber is worked now,
the company experts o do a line
of work iu haul wood mid veneer ;
iug. The bull. ling is eipiipped
w ith the lcst of tuoileni iiiachiu ;
ciy. The dry kiln has a capacity I
of .ill.llllll feet mid is const rileted
upon well iccognied scieiililic !
principles and iiite unlike thej
kilns that hae lieeu usually made
iu this sect ion. Instead ol Is'iug,
cloi'il up tight, the only covering!
at each cud is a can ass curtain.
Oilier changes of a similar purpose ,
to get i in rents of air aie linnle. j 'la., is visiting relatives here.
The wonderful activity in build-! The heavy rains here last Salur
ing tint only here, but elscM here, day damaged the crops and laud
lll give this company all the work, cousideiably ,
il can do, mid n pl.u.l or Inn in. no ; Miss iigiuia llelins of l uioii
like l could a'so lind plenty ol ; villi- is .spending wvcral days w illi
business. The small things of this Miss W innie lllakeliev.
nature that give employment lo' Miss! ierl rude iloiieyciitl of Moil
ing to the aiiioiuit l Ixitli spei lal
ami general legislation that has
liccii enacted. Hut then- is no spe
cial legislation for this county
mhatever. now. except the blind
tiger law. which diss not apply to
cider. 'I lie only law now iucvisl
ciiccisthc general act known as
the Watts bill, mid under that act
eider may Ih- sold. .S'clion one of
the Walts bill says:
"That it shall be unlawful for
any person nr m'soiis, I'm hi or cor ,
Iteration to iiianiil.ietiiie, sell or
olhei w ise .li-pose of for gain any
spirituous, vinous or tn.ill li.ii..is
or iutovicatiiig bitters within the
Stale of North Carolina, except in
itii'orporalcd cities and towns
when in the sale or manufacture of
liipior is not or may n.it hereafter
be prohibited by law or regulated
by special statute: Provided, this
act shall not I e construed to forbid
the s.ilr of such spirituous, vinous
or in. ill I'ipiois by druggists for'
sickness upon the I illeu prescrip
tion of a legally iiialilinl phy sician
having such sick person under his
charge: I'lov iileil. further, thai this
act shall not be construed as to ap
ply to w ine or cider manufactured
from grapes, berries or fruits raised
on the lauds of the pets m so man
ufacturing, or purchased 1 Hie
Several Personal Items About
' I'nioii County Ikiys Mr. Par
ker tioes to k'ockv Mount-
'' ;..:-".-. ..' I'm- J ..r...,l
Chaisl 1 1 ill, .1 t.i. The
s'ssioii of the Summer l.a
SeliiMil of the I uiu'isity U gan last i
Wed lay. About thirty stu
dents are enrolled at present. At'
a lu.s'liiig of the rlas-i last TIiiiin -I
day Mr. Jim. A. MeCae of While ,
Store, Anson county, was elected ,
president and Mr. F, F. t.rirliii of i
I'nioii ( ty lirst vice president. '
Mr. lien. I'. Stevens formerly of i"
Monroe, received his A. M. de ls
give here Ihis year, lie is iu ut
tendance upon the V. M. C. A.
stiideuts's conference nt Asheville:
from there he will n-l urn home.
Mr. Coleinau t.iilliii of Marsh
ville completed his course ill phar
macy this year. He won the III. id
ham pri.f a gold medal given to
that student who makes the highest
average grade on the w hole course.
He passed the State Hoard cxaiui
nation at Moreln ad City luesday,
ami has since been i.ilnvil a posi
ti.m in New Urine by Mr. Ihad
ham, the founder of the lliadhalii
The Teachers' Summer School
logins next Monday, June 15th.
A larger huiiiIm i- of teachers than
usual is expected. A letter from
Pi..!, hry tells me that he ami
I'rof. Jesse Williams w ill iirohal
; Report to tho North Carolina
! Corporation Commission of
tho Condition of the
. y Parasols
I .lll! lloW
SAYINGS, LOAN & TRUST CO.
VI M.'Mi .1 X
i i.i, , i.i. 1 1.,
vim.. I ,.
. -i ,.i .,
Our stock of VatcLes. Jewelry, Clocks and Fancy
t Goods will for this month put on new life. We want
you to c'oinpa.1 e the prices tk;t we give below and see
;if we do not save you from 20 to 25 per cent on all
standard brands of pock
I I.OWI.. X..U,
Hi s I I r.
.1 VI 111- I h .
ii ii ii i i i x r
liianiltaeliircr liolu the growers un,.,,,)
iiiereoi: rrov iiii u, iiiriner, inai mis . n,,i .... i... i .
act shall not be const i tied to upplv ' t..,i ,., :'':,! .1 .'.r ,i 'h!..i...i ...1. . i
nl Korky Mount, mid will take iu
the Summer School in order to be
better prepared for work. Mr.
Parker has just graduated high iu
the largest class that ever gradiia
led at this place, lie w ill be al
home for a two months vacation
to brandy niatiiifactiired from fruit
or grapes and sold in original
packages nl not less than live gal-'
r-.ri. -1 ii l.' i-- ..f 'I in- .Ikuiiih!
lleliusv illc. June 1:1.-Mrs S. F.
Pii'ooiu has hern sick for several
Mrs. M. M. liainsey of I'.ail (iallie.
VI I.N are the things that give the
best ami most permanent prnspeii
ty to a town.
Fxperimtnting With Tobacco In
VV ;i.l,-'.h.i.t l.-... 11--r ii-i.I I nil-!! i... ...... t
For two or thiee years a few far
mers of Morven township have
been experimenting in tobacco nil
ture iu a small way. Fast year
Messrs. Hugh Johnson, John 1.
Dunn, J. I. MiT.auriu, ami per
haps others, made line crops, on
1 1111 It .'.I a leas, which thi'V market
roe spent luesday wiih Miss I'.va
j I.i. Ii u.lsoii.
We were disappointed in not
seeing our friend, 'Sipiire Fancy of
liiiloid, 11 pat theelill. lien's. lay ex
: c irises lust Sunday. We wauled
; lo see him sauntering mound look
, ing tor a square meal.
S nne of the boys of Cai incl, le
1 riding that they wanted a little fun
I iu the way of rat killing, went In
Mr. Ii. K. Helms' Inrii mid pro
jeeeded to business. After moving
a load or two of corn the rals lie-
gau to rush out bv the do.en, ami
. i - ... . . ... 1..II ... I
i niisiiiess iH'gau in grow .nut ami
i monotonous they derided to stop
and count their game. The pile
was counted ami found to cuiilain
I7N lull grow n rats
lit stii l s. .
.., .i:.. ..... i ,' I .. m..
en a, ,.a,.,ug.o, ,:. , " "; , !, (he killing began.
I.aurin, me are intonned, rcalicd 1 i .. ....
sjsii on his crop, which uasgnnvn
on three ami a hall acres ol poor
sand hill land, (if course all this
was not prolit. but he had more
than half of I he money It-It alter
i.iiiiL' all cxpetiscit incurred iu
making the crop. Testimonial
We do not know the amount k.il) f l)f ,le wt),uCr(iil cures t.f
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alter the Summer School.
Wingite to Have a Depot Building.
I - - r. -.-Hl. nr. ,.f 1 1,.- I..tiriin
Wingate, June 1. 1. Profs Dry
and Williams of The Wingate
School w ill leave Monday for Chap
el Hill w here they w ill lake courses
iu pedagogy anil languages.
Material is being laid down here
for a new four r.i'jni depot w hich
will add greatly to the convenience
of our village.
Iu the spelling coul. 'st given
here on last Saliiiday night only
one word was missed. None of the
spellers knew what words would lie
given and they were not found iu
the lirst pages of a speller either.
Miss Annie llarrell who had
charge of the primary department
of The Wingate School lasl year
has again accepted the position for
next year. Miss llarrell has given
perfect satisfaction and wcarc glad
thai she is to be with us again.
Miss Mary Perry, who has Im-cii
teaching Latin and I'.nglisli in The
li'ibinsoii Institute for the past
year, mill arrive at home next
Miss I.illie Oiilen, after having
spent a in. uilh at her grandfather's
Mr. J. S. Little's caiiiehoiiie Tues-dav.
AdviM tini'iin-nN will I v iiiM i teil in
this column at the pure ul one cent a
won), C.lsll in idvunrt1.
TICKEiS (nr tlif luiccy content are
yet lieing ivi'ii av...y. You .ue
enlltlr.l In one (..r every dollar ymi
pay on Milisi i ipti.'ii, uhetlii'i m m
i e.ii h or in Hilv-.inci'. Si'ii.l a vl..ll..r
lull an. I c.-t a ti.krt, tito an.l ft to
tickets. SjinrlHuly will j;i't a i;...i,l
bnciy lor iiolliint:.
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i- v.-i r-i.i. s..ini i, k.-i ra.
J" -n i- I'hvh' fuse
CHAINS AND FOBS.
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I-I I .'M I'll i
lid N:. k. I .
r lank nt..
I link al
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T OST--A l.ely s iliine
La I'lrase rt'tiu a to W. A. Stcw.ttt.
Mr. F. L. Mav, the cotton weigh
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various patent n.niicine can beiV " '. " " ' 1 "
, . . i , .. bit' the convenience ol those who
bought lor ioc. a ptcM e dan t ; r,vi. 1usilu.MN w ih ,lillL
want any ttstitiionials lor I.at-l -
robe's Sarsaj'aiilla. We don't! You can get ice at ('adieu &
need them in our business. This ' Wallace's Plioiic.lt;.
ii our testimonial. Its all we I want vm.r old Iron. 1. 1).
, .-..,-.. t , : . . -II ..'- .t. I J
joillisou m ull inn reiiirii iroiii ins' wain, an juu wan-, il s un- uesi , j. (rkcf
crop that he, together with a niiin-jm the world. This is it: If after j
Iter of other farmers of the Mc a fur trial you do not find l.at-i
Parian mid Cairo neighborhoods, I ri)Hv c ,r ; manll i to be I ir snne-' " 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 M I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M . I ll ll IM I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m i r m
a red by Messrs Johnson and
Dunn mi their crops, but they must
have turn well sutislicd milh the
experiment, as both of them have
increased the acreage devoted to
tobacco mi their farms .
Indeed, so well pleased was Mr,
.1. tin csli ut my mill every Sat
tin a Hunt h lule.
S. K. Hell., ..a:. N. I'.
SAI.F -- jy horse power l.iihl. 1
c n l; i ne and holler, l.iil.lcll !:s
Pies.., ath steam tiampei'. 1'i'iuis to
suit pun li.iser. J. M. Cruw lit..,,
W'axliaw, N. C.
CAKKY eviaythini; you have in i Id
Iron to J. I. I'.n kri .
In addition to our Special Sale we will GIVE AWAY
FJIilE with every purchase from 50c. up a handsome
piece of souvenir china of Monroe with Court House and
Graded School. This will last until July 1st.
The W.J. Rudge Co.
Books Stationery Jewelry.
KM f. M I '. 1-K the l.ct meats
Il city au- miI.I fy U. lieu al-
- WT 1
IrhvTi be to onr rustoiin is at
any Im Mir tnclit or day in rate ol
sickness. I'lione jl.. Cadieu Wallare.
ni MliMI'.l K you ran t. t the hi t
(irsli inp.it at J.
Phone No. "I.
P. I'ai kri a mar-
WH1CN you want lee phone ;i..
Prompt delivery ami honest weight.
(.adieu & Wallare.
Conic to see tne lor chewing
tobacco, smoking tobacco, cigars,
etc. S. K Poster.
I want your country produce of
all kinds. See me before you
sell. S. lx. Hosier.
You probably do not buy much
fresh meat during the warm
weather, and then you want the
best that can be had. That's onr
kind. Phone us II. . White.
1 ! sSV
il it s;?V
, it is 'If
nor to any you tvir used,
not as good as we tell you,
come and get your money b irk.
Sow you know us, we nuke this
propnH.iin ourselves, and you
pletely filling one of the largest highly elated at the prospect of a
employed Mr. 1 rank Sineth, ol
Darlington county, H. ('., au ex
pert iu the cultivation and curing
uf the plant, to come to this county
and oversee their crops. Mr. Si
neth is looking alter Ml acres, ami
it is estimated thataltoL'cthcrtherei ktu.w that if this medicine
are lot) acrx's planted iu the weed not please you you'll get your
in Morven township. money back. The sale of Lat-
Mr. J. C. Streeter, of the Cairo robe's has increased over 400 per
iieigiioornonii, was in town .nun- CCnt. in 0 months simply on its 3
day and informed ns that the con- mcri(3 We Kturt.e jt t0 ke,p
ditionofhiaerop, and the en. ,h livcr in healthy action, rcgu-
of his neighbors, was iterf.-ct. Hie,. ... . . , .1 , 1 '
leaves he said, of his crop mould ' bowd,; P"' ,he ,'l"'1' ' i
average 10 to Pi inches broad nml and 1,1 '',ct WW cleanse the en-
IH to L'tl inehes lone-. He Wil tire syst-m. 11 untie, I IllOiltn
railroad cuts in the mountains of
Western North Carolina and effect
ually (.hutting ofT all t radio fmin
the South. The landslide occurred
near Tryon, X. ('., just ut the foot
of Saluda Mountain. The road
just had Ktieeeeiled iu resuming op
era! ions of trains which were
blocked by washouts in Spartan
burg county last week, yesterday
being the first day the regular
schedule were in effect.
Just received, two car loads of
good pine shingles. Will dispose
of (or low figure.
1 Gordon & Thompson.
paving crop.nnd gave il as his opiu
ion that iu the course of a few yeais
a large proportion of lite sandy
land of Morv en torn nsliip would Is'
planted in tobacco.
The caw against John W. Simp,
son, the Democratic register from
Put her ford county, who was indict
ed lieeanse he refused to allow Kev.
J. I Itlark, a colored clergyman,
to register and vote, resulted in a
mistrial in the Federal Court at
Charlotte Friday, the Jury having
failed to agree after Is-ing out
nearly eighteen hours.
Pure New Orleans Molasses at
7$ cents at S. H. Hudson's.
treatment, at ? nnts.
Knci.isii Dki'C Co.
List Your City lroperty-live In
1 will lie at M. L Flow's store 5
from June Slh tolMrd inclusive, for
the purpose of listing taxable prop-' r
erty in the city of Monroe. All
male persons U-tween the ages of
'.'I and Tilt years are required to list I
their is.lls between the dates above
('. P. IIakiikn-, List Taker.
If you desire pure Ice, com
bined with honest weights and
prompt delivery, phone 36.
Cadieu & Wallace,
My Pn Wei
Because, he says, they were made speci
ally for fit and durability. He says they
are reasonable in price, good looking,
and so comfortable. Fa's great on com
fort, and they certainly do look nice.
He buys them from
J. Y. Doster,
who also keeps a nice line of Dry Qoods.
Fruit Cans and Solder.
15 cents off the Dollar !
Ow ins to improvements soon to Ik- made to my
store-room, it will bo necessary lor me to vacate
it lor a couple nl weeks. To save trouble and ex
pense of mov in kikhIs and danger ol damage and
breakage, I will oiler all my goods, less 15 per
cent, to reduce stoA as much as possible. This
means nil Nds in my store Watches, Jewelry,
Novelties, etc., as well as Clocks, Silverware, Cut
(ilass, China, I'.tc. This offer is good until July
1st- lake advantage of it and save yourself
W. R. L1NRBAGK,
Jeweler, Monroe, N. C.
Plenty of Difference!
WW Do you Moose 1
You want paint which will
prslecl the material it eovera
nml give ls'iiuty to the place.
The best paint Ih that which
gives tlieliest color and stands
Mere's 11 low price paint
that will save cash and look
well. No mistake in using it
Stands the wear of years.
C.N. Simpson, Jr.
Sin cessor to C. E. HOUSTON.