THE MONROE JOURNAL
Ihr. J. Snil rrlurtxtl Urii A Wise U Valttr. CaptUmUeUlRMst.
airbt from a avrrnsl days Tuit ! Kneakin? of tb ub of the Cuv-1 (Hw Bight U4 wevk aa Chi. W.
I kia oM koiae ia Rtoke manly. Ile.inetna Muwrtv. about a acre of A. Lane was briuritur au train
TuesJay. September 15. I90J.
itkul the Plka are posnpUininj
about tar low price of totnrro.
MiMrtle Oaffuey of Gffuy, TWe will be a tutkholuVr
H. I',, is fbuime: Mm. J. F. Ijuk-j. nfft lie Monroe MnuuUriur
i- . . . .. itWpaoy Ibb afternoon. TUe
Mr. FWt Wolfe of wMIe; y dol Bi,,.y auU
s-ut Huiuliiy ia town. p to openJlt mort extea
Mr. Frank Ogburn bat eutered lively.
Triuily College. Mr 0 nthf )D of Mr
Mi Uu Steven of ltoeJs Mill O. '. Ilrath of Mouroe, a ho but
ia viMtiug Mr. V. A. Stewart brea iu Vorkville aonie time, baa
iMreeurd the late J. U. Jlettu a
manager of the Heath lUiikinj; ami
Mercantile t'ouipany of LaiM-rKter.
Want aa honest Cars and Fair
IiktUMl TW kmrmml
aas rroi are pHwl op there ami , Uirh baa tirra win-bawd bv Mr. fn.ui Atlanta lo Moon be bad a; The Journal aiaib- a ttlilit wis
HM'tit 8mnlay iu town.
Mr. and Mm. Julian tirifliu upeut
yesterday ia Matthe.
Mit Nellie Howie leave tomor
row for the Normal and 1'ollegiate
Mr. Waller Webb of Chailotte
ia visiting her uncle, Mr. U. O.
till, by I lie way, a bat baa be
come of l lie new and large and
The line xtatenieut of the Peo
ple's liank of Mouroe oppe tnt iu
Mr. 1$. II. Kirk of Waeo, Texas
ha been visiting hia sister, Mrs.
8. II. tireeu, for o:ue time.
Miss l'attie I-ee left yesterday
for Greensboro Female College at
Mr. Howard Wolfe has accepted
position with the Mouroe Hard
Mrs. T. II. Milicr and children
of Charlotte are visiting the family
of Mr. S.i ni Rape.
Mr. (i. Scliaelmer of Charlotte
itpeut several days in town last
Miss Ktlie Fair ley leaves tomor
row for Italeigh w here she enter
St. Mary's School.
Mini Mary Futch leaven Friday
for Virginia College at Roanoke,
Miss Julia Ronton of Charlotte
Hpcut last week with Minn Nellie
Mrs. Thou. A. Tarrant of New
lierrv, S. ('., is vUitiug at Mr. W.
Misses Kmiiia and Maybelle Kr
viu of Charlotte are semliiig some
time in town.
Mrs. T. N. Hale and daughter
have returned home lifter sending
the mi miner in Tennessee.
Mr. J. ('. Harris of lluford town
ship, who has lieeu ipiite sick for
some time, is improving.
Mrs. I.Ivie Houston has return
ed from a visit of several aiouths
Miss l'nrefoy of Wake Forest
will lie here this week from Haiti
more to assist Mrs. A. Ievy in her
Cottou Weigher Iliekett says that
bn has so far handled about 150
bales of new cottou. The 11 price
Mrs. W. K. Iavis and sister re
turned to their homo in Wilming
ton Sunday morning alter a several
days visit iu Monroe.
' Miss Lucy Stewart leaves Mon
day for Huiton, W. Va., where
she goes to visit her sister, Mrs. C.
The Tii z.ih sehool makes appli
cation for a public library. This
makes three of the possible six that
have be1 u applied for.
Miss Kmma May nor, who has
been visiting her sister, Mm S. (i.
Hussell, returned yesterday toiler
borne in Norwood.
Mr. T. 11. Simpson has takeu up
bis distillery two miles south of
here and is moving it to Asheville
where he will set up and run. His
family may go to Asheville later.
The postofliee at I jionville has
been ordered dlscoutiuueUon Octo
ber first. The patrons of the ofliee
will be supplied by rural carrier
number 2, Mr. T. L. Love,
Hev. W. F. Watson and Rev. J.
A. llivens closed a meeting at
Vnion, iu Lanes Creek, yesterday,
iu which ve persons were bap
tized. We are requested to nnuouiice
that there will be a meeting of the
Auti Saloon league of Mouroe at
the Mayor's ofliee tonight. All
members and officers are requested
to be present.
The following young ladies left
for Greensboro yesterday morning
where thev will enter the State
Normal: Misses Bright Ogburn,
Mary Davis, Ine Flow, Lva Rich
ardson and Alma Cunningham.
Mr. 8. B. Cunningham, who baa
been superintendent of the cotton
mills here for sometime, lell last
nielil for Wadesboro, where he has
accepted a similiar position with
the Wadeslioro nulls.
The concert by members of the
Oxford Orphanage class given
here Friday uight was well at
tended, unusually so, the manager
said. Sixty-two dollars ana
quarter were takeu in.
Dr. J. M. llclk returned Satur
day from an extended trip to New
York and other points, where he
boiiL'ht eomls for lielK Bros' seve
ral biir stores. Mr. W. II. Bclk
was with him.
The following went to Charlotte
last Weduesday to hear A I O.
Fields' Minstrel: Messrs. James
and John Stewart, K. I Stevens,
Olenn Wolfe, John Welsh, Dun
ham Bundv, Herndou Hasty, and
Mrs. J. 8. ilasty.
Statistics given out by the State
Superintendent of I'ublie Instruc
tion show that there are Id Union
comity 2WI persons between the
agea of 12 ami 21 who cannot read
and write, being 11 perceut of the
.whole number of smb age. The
lowest per cent is Bladen, which la
two. The highest is Surry, which
is 47. Anson i 26 J.
The corporation commission has
completed the axirauueiit of rait
way, telegraph, telephone and
steamboat proH-rty ia the State.
The assessed valuation in t niou is
I ;,4fil. which is on telephone,
railway aud telegraph lines.
Mrs. Archie Helms, who lived
ou Mr. Henry Winchester's place
near town, dirt I of paralysis last
uight. She was sixty-six years
old, and a Bienilierof the Primitive
Uiptist church. The Issly was
buried at High Hill today.
Mr. John C. Sikea, J., who re
ceived bis license to practice law
at the last session of the Supreme
court thinks of locating at Salis
bury. Mr. Sikes is a bright young
man and has thoroughly, prepared
himself for the profession of the
"The familiar sound," as former
editor ltillie Wolfe would say, of
the old Methodist Church bell was
heard agaiu Sunday for the first
time in many moons. The bell
bits been set up on the new church
ground and will hereafter do ser
vice. Mr. W. J. Ariutleld, who has
been ruuuing a mercantile business
at Mineral Spiings, has sold out
and will go to Jettersoii and npeu
a general merchandise business
with Messrs. W. W. and J. W.
Laney. Mr. Aruitield has lived
AJvritikemroU till be iuteited ia
It. A. Morrow for the aoug sum of bit of cxpt-rlrtire wbirh coatr lake last week in naming the , this euluma at the price ot oo rent i
.V"t, some one remarked that along as one of the luriuVnts of prices 4 cord wood. The prict-s u4. th ia idnon.
this was the first time that the! railroad life. SomHiate out from were set as Mlo: Dry pine rut : rKtSH HAMs t w,c. wr pouaj;
property bad heea on the aiarkrt Atlauta, aomeoue caaie to the cob ; from tbe stump .'.00 ptr rord;jf fyooe. Jut rernvrj o.re M
siuce the late Maj. Covington pur Slui-tr aud told him that a man green pine rut fiom the clump siti Lams tuJ InIii bcua
rhasetl it at 1. 45 au acre. And bail fallen off the train. From the' t.)C prr conl; pine tree tops, or, j Phone mi. W. A. Mert.
I'BSCKIHEKS toUie-'UJirt Houw
batl been some rise in values. The
handsome lotonabicb Mr. K C.
Williams now lives, and one of the
most valuable ia town. Sir. I'rcslsr
said, was purchased by himself
and tbe late J. W. tin (tin from W.
W. lilakeney for -,.oHi. It is
now worth several times that
amount. At the time of that pur
chase, Mr. l'reslar said, it was cur
rent talk that the same lot had
once been bought for one dollar
and seventy live rents, aud paid
for by a woman in sewing.
in which there 'judged that be bad already come
several miles Is-joint tbe polut
w here the wan was thought to have
fallen. It was, therefore, imptw-i
ble to go luck, liesides, a freight
train was folios iug, so (apt. Laue
merelv remarked that be would
Do We Have Boll Weevil?
The Journal was told this morn
ing by farmer that there were
bull weevil, the pest that dis-s so
much damage to cottou in Texas,
in I'uion couuty this )car. Farm
ers in Meeklcuburg have complain
ed at their presence. Mr. I). I.
Wiuiberly of Lanes Creek town
ship, who lived in Texas a long
time, says tbe weevil has apearcd
iu bis cotton this year. Mr. J as.
Mann, another farmer who has
lived in Texas, says the same
A Family Stricken.
Now and then whole families
take typhoid fever iu the country,
and as the facilities for treating
the disease is not us good iu the
country as iu the towns, it hap
pens occasionally that several
uicmlM'rs of the same family fall a
prey to the fearful malady. Seven
weeks ago Mrs. J no. A. Long of
tiootte Creek died of fever, l-ist
Friday Mr. Long died. Teu chil
dren survive their parents. The
per cord; and oak wood of any
kind .MSI per cord, delivered iu
the city of Mouroe. Our object is
to give an honest cord of wood
which is a hundred and twenty
eight aapiare feet. And then we
waul a living price for it. Nine
wire lai'k from the next station to. tenths of the people of Mouroe
have the man looked after. Alsiut have been payiug iu the ueighlsr
tliis time several men from Athens boisl of J.isl per cord fur their
Is-came interested in the matter I wood for the simple reasou that
i CI I
I J Journal," 'Siturdir Evening VM'
i "The American W e enj;er," "biblical
Kecorder," "Sorth Ckiuliua lijptiM,'
leac (ive your tutcripliua tur uy
ol tbe abuvt aaiued J(-it Iu
Uiu Haltie bclk.
oldest one is down with fever and
iu this couuty several years, and is three others have had it but arc
a good cili.eu.
Hon. K. C. Williams and Mr.
It. W. IiCmmoud have formed a
copartnership for the practice of
nw. 1 bey will occupy Mr. Mil
iums old omce In tbe court house.
Both of these gentlemeu are well
and favorably known over the
couuty and will enjoy a good prac-
Mr. A. B. Shaw a good farmer
of White Store, has sold his laud
at that point and has bought 1"0
acres from Mr. Henry Winchester
wo miles from town ou the I.an-
raster road. The price paid for
this was f 1,(100. Mr. Shaw is a
giMxl citi.eu and we are glad to
welcome nun. He comes to tins
point in order to get the advan
tages of a good school.
Mr. Archie Johnson, who will
be well remembered as a clerk iu
Houston's drug store two or three
years ago, died at tue Dome ol uis
sister, Mrs. Lottie Vnagh of Cam
len, at 11 t) clock Sunday night.
Mr. Johnson was alsiut twenty-six
years old, and was a young man of
line character, much liked by all
who kuew him. He had been sick
with consumption for a long time.
Sometime ago Prof. Dalrymple,
principal of the Wesley Chapel
(iraded School, whipped oneof the
school boys, a son of Mr. Leiindcr
Helms, who lives on Mr, F. M.
Sutton's land. The father of the
boy indicted the teacher for the in
fliction of cruel and unusual pun
ishment, and the case was heard
before Fj. C. N. Simpson Satur
day. Both sides had lawyers. Prof.
Dalrymple was lined f 10 and costs,
and appealed to the Superior court
When Sheriff Horu went over to
Greenville, 8. C, to attend the
t rial of t he safe crackers, be secured
a small quantity of very line seed
corn. He planted a small patch
from which he cxiiects to gather
about forty bushels. He brought
a couple of the ears to town the
other day. One of the curs is teu
aud a quarter inches In length and
has twenty rows of corn, llieotuer
is twelve and a quarter iuches and
bus fourtecu rows.
Mr. R. A. Morrow has bought
of Mrs. Lizzie Covington, the old
Covington homestead at the head
of LaFayette street. The price
paid was 5,50(1, and tho purchase
embraces tbe lot on which the
honse stands and the vacant one
just west of it, but not the lots in
the rear. This place is by all omis
oue of the most desirable In Mon
roe. Mr. Morrow will probably
move the house to the rear of the
lot and erect a larger and more
baudsoine one on It.
getting better. Mr. Iing was
about forty-live yearn old and was
a member of the Presbyterian
Monroe Writer Complains ol High
The following article, dated
Mouroe, August 20, appeared in
the last issue of the Biblical Ke
corder of Kaleigh:
Mr. Flitor: I have read with
much interest your editorial entitl
ed Taxation in North Carolina. It
a well-written, timely article,
and should receive the carclul
tiemsal of every tax-payer of the
Old North Stale. It would lie well
for every newspaper in the State
to copy it.
ion say the tax rate In ortn
'aroliua towns is between 2 and
40 per cent, and you say of
course no one pays it. While the
umjoi ity of people may not, there
certainly are some, who, in the
lungnage of tho Scripture " ill
swear to their own hurt, unit
hange not" some who will neith
er "I'.vaite laws nor swear to lies.
I'imiu this class the burden of tax
ation falls heavily und it is most
grevions upon widows and orph
ans, w hose solo income is derived
from taxable property aud solvent
In your town, Huleigh, the tax
rate is 2.40. Iu my town, Monroe,
it is 2.30. I hiii personally ac
qtiaintcd with a widow In my town
who has a large family dependent
on tier, and wnose income is uu-
rived wholly from taxable property
and solvent credits, who has for
several years beeu paying this
exorbitant tax. She puts into the
treasury every year enough to
keep two children oil at college.
Now most people will admit that
this is exorbitant, aud yet, where
is the remedy T
It seems to me that the legi
slature should abolish the tux on
solvent credits, and if as few list
these rredi's, as you seem to Umik,
the revenue from taxation would
not tie materially decreased. This
should be done, or the tax rate
should be lowered to the point that
shall uot "make lor perjury." 1
dare say you voice tho sentiments
of the people of the State wiieu
yon say, "We need a revolution in
North Carolina in this resiiext."
Mr. Kditor, you have sounded the
note of warning, can you suggest a
remedy for the evil T
A TAX l'AYMi.
and began to iusist on having the
truiu stuped. Among the crowd
was the editor of one of tbe paiers
at Athens and the mayor of the
town. ("apt. Lane of course paid
no alteutiou to their demands,
which infuriated them, aud they
assured him that they would have
him discharged ut out.
Tbe editor and the honorable
mayor got madder aud madder,
esKcially after they got home, aud
proceeded to get out au issue of the
paH'r iu which they devoted most
all the valuable space to the rail
road man who had ofleuded their
mighty dignities by uot rn lining his
train to suit them. They called
loudly for the Sealsiard to dis
charge the naughty niau instanter.
They said that he bad acted orful;
that the poor man who fell off the
train was found with two great big
bad dogs standing right over hi in
alsiut to chew him all up. And
doubtless they mailed a copy of the
paper with big red marks all over
it right straight to headquarters,
('apt. Line is running ou as usu
al, known by all who ride on this
Kirt of the Seaboard as one of the
cleverest and best conductors on the
road, and goes right on attending to
his business in a way to gain the
approval of his superiors, and
I he man w ho jumped oil the
rain instead of having fallen off,
wasn't eaten up by the dogs at all,
but just walked oil' home iu a very
ungrateful way, and
The mayor and the editor have
no doubt gotten sols r.
tbe w i o.l haulers just hang their
wood up aud the ssple ol Mou
roe had to pay for toj much air.
If they get au honest cord of wood
they ran siloed to pay our price
for it. And all the nieu that joins
with us must give and honest cord
of wimhI. We aie getting the ma
jorily of them with us. We uow
have oue buudred aud fifty-eight
on our agreemeut list, more men
than I thought was iu I'uion coun
ty that hauled wood.
N. B. Hki.ms.
II F. D. No. 6.
The Baak of Chesterfield-
Mr. W. 8. Blukeney went down
this morning to open np for busi
Dess the Bank of I hestcrneld,
hich has just beeu organized with
a capital of 1.1,000. Thedirectors
and officers are as follows: Direc
tors: W. a Blakeney, J. K. Shute,
J. E. Stack, E. N. Bedfearn, W.
D. Craig. B. K. Rivers, I. P. Man
B-utn. 0. B. Covington aud J. B.
Streator; officers: W. 8. Blukeney,
president; F- . Bedfearn, vice
president; C P. Manguin, cashier,
and C it. Covington, teuer.
Goods Coming In.
V wish to call the attention
of our friends to the fact that our
goods ar pouring in on every
train. Eveiytbinr in the world
you want in tho Dry Goods,
Clothing or Millinery line. Come
and see. Watch (or our big ad.
next week. A. Lew.
I sell butter, chickens, egg,
an 1 produce to fast that I can'
buy trough. If you have any to
sell don't fell bit of it until you
see me. I want it.
S. R. Duster.
Call for Welsh' cheap Crockery,
Capt. Lane Acted Correctly.
The superintendent of the Sec-
Kiard Air Line railroad was seen
this morning in regard to Condiic
tor Line s conduct ut lin ker, da.,
when u passenger was thrown off
of train No. .'is. He says that the
conductor did all in his power, by
giving orders at the next station
that the man should be attended
to, but was right in not going back
for the wounded man because the
train was running on schedule
inie, and was followed by a
freight. If he had gone back it
would have endangered the lives
of ull ou hoard. If Conductor
Line huddtccu notified at the time
of t ne accident ho could have stop
ped his train and picked up the
man. But he kuew nothing of the
affair until he hud gone a full half
Mr. Line has had a splendid
record w ith the Soalioard, and he
is looked upon as a very competent
and reliable man.
News Items From Marsh vllle.
CrtvtMinrlMV Th Jtximal.
Marsbville Sent. 10. Cotton is
bringing 11-00 on this market to-day.
the merchants are filling their
stores with an attractive line of
goods and will soon lie ready for
the full trade.
Mrs. Q. A. Marsh is visiting bcr
parents at Lansford, S. C.
Mrs. r. w, Aslicrnlt returned
Tuesday night from Mars Hill
where she lias been sj lending the
Messrs. W. O. Harrell and W
A. Barrinoof Marshville and Mr.
David liulledge of White Stoie
went on an excursion trip to Rich
niond Tuesday, and returned Fri
day morning. '
Hon. J. A. SIcKiie spent wed
new! ay in Marshville enroute to
to his borne at White Store. He
has just passed a successful examl
nation in law and will hangout
his shingle "some where" iu North
Miss Annie Stewart spent Thurs
day at the home of ber mother in
Tbe Marshville school has a Sue
corps of teachers and is doing good
Rev. Geo. W. Belk of Charlotte
Is assisting the pastor, lie v. A. W.
White, in a protracted meeting at
the Presbyterian church.
Best brands oi cigars, tobacco,
smoking and chewing, at S. R.
The Senators lor Uorman.
Senator (iorniau is a most excel
lent mau aud m-mocrut and it is
doubtful if his party could noini
uate a stronger man for Pnwident.
Still, the fact that Senator Clay of
ieorgu is for him, as was showu
iu au interview published yester
day, or that any other senator is
for him, is without significance.
Doubtless nearly all are. The sen
ators are always for each other.
Itepiiblicau seuutors are iu favor
of the return of sitting Demis'ralic
uators from IKiuiM'ratic States;
Democratic senators are for the re
turn of sitting Republican senators
from ICepublicau States. It is often
said that the senate is a club aud
so it is, but it is more than a club
it is a close corHinition.
All kinds of ichool supplies at
Welsh's Drug Store blank books;
crayon, paper, pens, ink, pencils,
t lowest prices at Welsh's.
e your dwelling
recommend and guarantee Hirri
son s paints. S. j. Welsh.
call and see us lor prices. We
Like a Circus flute.
Can't help feeling sorry for that
Boston girl who made for Presi
dent Roosevelt a silk American
liagou w hich-she had takeu 125,-UOO
st tchns aud sHnt 1 50 in addition to
her time, and which was returned
to her by his private secretary with
a cold note which concluded with
tho statement that the President
has felt obliged to udopt a rule
which precludes him from accept
ing presents from any oue." J lie
vounir womau must have felt this
reburl very keenly, especially since
President has recently returned
roni a trip across the contineut,
all the expenses of which were
borne by a railroad corporation,
and has since accepted the present
of a saddle horse from a breeder in
Wyoming. Funny man is Mr.
President uncertain, as the trick
mule In the circus.
Report to the North Carolina
Corporation Commission of
the condition of the
OF MONROE, N. C,
the cloie of hstineat on the olh
day of September, 190,
Loant and discount! f1.Si.046 93
Overdrafts, secured, jj.Mij 16
Hanking House 4,000.00
Furniture and Huturea... t,;jo.eo
Other Real Eitate owned, 846.41
Due from Banka u.iHo
Gold Coin J, 940 00
Silver Coin J."' 56
National Bank Notes 34S 00
Capital Stock paid iu, ... 55.00000
Surplus Fund, 1,000.00
Undivided profit 7.010. J
Dividends unpaid 1H0.00
Notes & bills rediacounled 41,500.00
Bills Pavi'de 10,000.00
Timo Deposit Certificates, 98,408 .91
Depoaita subject to check, 5J.io.J i
Demand dep. certificate", 1.9'5 M9
Due to Banki 4,107 77
Caibier'tcb'ks outstanding 881.87
Total, M5.19S 10
I, Rotcoe Phifer, Caahitr ol the
People's Bank of Monroe, do aolemoly
swear Ibat Ihs above statement ia triw
to the bent of my knowledge sod be
lief. ROSCOE PHIFER, Caabier.
R. A. Mossow, 1
K b. AsHCRArr, Directori.
J. R. Esolish, )
Sworn to sod tubacribed before me,
this 14th day of S-tpt., toot.
C. F. LOWE, Notary Public.
RENT My place in liulurtt lu-Jlii
and nuke muiiejr lariuinr. auu
aierctiaodiung. J. W. Kicbaidou.
Mourue. N. t.
PR RENT Tliree-tooui cutuee w.
Cruell street, with city oatri
U. L. Flow.
THE nue pears al the Latta Uc
are Du ready lor sale.
Mrs. (j. . Tinker.
Just received a lot of Swift's
'remium brand hams.
S. K. Doster.
WILLI IMS & LEMMOND,
MONROE, N. C.
Practice in all the State and United
Prompt attention riven to collec
tions and general law practice,
a)r Persons interested in the settle
ment of estates, administrators, eie
cutors, and guardians are especially
iuvited to call 00 them.
Continued and painstaking attention
will be given, at a -reasonable price,
to all legal busiuess.
Office in courthouse opposite Clerk's
Valuable One Hone Farm
Hr Tin up nf Mi islirif the Clerk or the Nn
r!iir Court In lite Htiertal I'nMveiliiiir wlit-nr-
III.. C I'hlfr In iilttlntlfT ami rharlen I'liirir
tntl otlirrx are ilrrnitlant". thp aaul raurtr la--nit
f"f Nile of laml f,ir iwirtltloii, 1 till, on
Saturday, October 17th, I90J,
the hour of Mult Iwlnif i ttY.trk. M.. trOii-
iHiiirthsnisup il'Nir In M.mriM, N. I'., pxritr fur
It i mi Mir au'ttiii far rth 1st the hitlifwi
bi.Wrr, a tfrtmu irarl r mrv of land (te
nisptj aw riii"w: i.vtnif ami wiiik in tii?
Niat i.fTN'triii Carolina, I Ml' hi ('limit) ,Marii
tllf tswHMp, in) tli water of Knr t-'urlt
i-tk, ailjolnlnir tlit land of H.J. liVlm. A
t, t'nll, Irvlitit I'll I iff u ut her, twin
part of thf nlil Tlioma" Ortrttn mtattMniit..
ami In-Ill more luinli'ulirly drac'rll. In a
ilceil rift'Utnt h)r H, H I'tuft-r arnl tfc to I. IV
I'luftT 011 jtitil lar of JanuMrv, lwii. rtMHintfil tn
look MMkf- IVoT llMit ill the offif of tllv
Kir(Nir of JfeTii of I nil hi County, Nr.
whtrh iUI muni rvfriviiii (h hrtliv mftitr.
tiHMainintr mny rive more or leni.
1 he term of M.le are rn.
Thl rWutemlvr Uth, lw.
r'KANK AKMKIKI.h, CommlMloner.
Aloini, Jerome A Armflrhl, Ati.
K. U . C. KAI t hat cri.lrJ a ra
tiliua m it li the uew I'uiun ruuul
lite iiisutaiice ctmipauy. Sec him am
take a policy. This is a bume coin
piny anJ furuubra the cheapest it
iuraoce that can be baJ. No is th
time (or our jwople to joiu.
SIC CLASS I have I tun in?
music class. Tuition i o
moDtli. Mrs. W. J. Kutle.
NOW is Hie time lo sow crimson rlo
ver. Go lo Welsh's lor the seed
ABIti lot ol new Jewelry just iu am
at low prices lots ol it at cost
al Welsh's Drug Store,
ATCII KEI'AKING The cheap
as the best iu tJl'ALITV. All "oil
guaranteed. W. Outturn, atOgt'uru't
FOK KENT That nice two slur).
II room house on Washington St.,
lately occupied by Mrs. (iaddy.
T. II. Biinpsou.
FINE cm fur sale. Five riHiin liuusi
with baseineut for rent. Am selliut
goods too. N. S. Ostium.
IaEE & LEE,
DEI GOODS, I0TI0IS, CL01TJ3. CESTS' I1EIISEIIGS,
liD SHOE .TORE H XOIEOL
all you sea or hear about low prices. See
the goods for yourself and don't take any
body's word about their value. Some
things aro dear at any price. We believe
our prices are as low as can be found any
where for goods of the saxua quality. But
don't believe it just because we say so; we
invite inspection and comparison and will
be satisfied with your decision.
We are constantly adding attractions to
our stock. The latest a lot of new, nobby
things in Ladies' Neckwear, Table and
Sofa Pillow Covers. 8
Girls and boys going away to school will
find new fall goods adapted to their wear,
and anything you need in hot weather
goods at almost your own price. If you
don't believe it just try us; we are deter
mined to clean up stock for fall.
1ST KEIEIVED-J500 lbs. good
Tobacco. Will sell it at JiS. 2
and joc. lb. J. Shute & Sous.
rompl delivery and honest weight.
(.adieu a Wallace.
BETTER prepared lino, ever to fur
nish nice turnouts on lhort uotice
aud at reasonable pi ices.
H. A. Winchester.
EMEMKEK tbe best meats in the
JOR KENT 6 horse (arm 70 acres
extra fine corn and cotton laii'ls.
WHEN in town atop at the Star
Cafe lor a nice meal or a luuch.
I'rices to suit.
K. K. Watkins, Manager.
TEACHERS WANTED. We need
at once a few more teachers tor
fall schools. Good positions are beitif-
filled daily by us. We are receivinc
more calls this year than ever before.
Schools and colleges supplied with
teachers free of cost. Enclose stamp
Axmii'AN TtAciiFus' Association,
J. L. Graham, IX. L., Manager, iji-
54 Randolph Hid g, Memphis, leuii.
CARRY everything you have iu old
Iron to J. D. Parker.
E deliver Ice to our customers at
auy hour oight or day in case ot
sickness. I'hone 36. CadieuA Wallace.
REMEMBER you can get the beM
fresh meat at J. D. Parker's mar
ket. 1'houe No. 91.
A NICE MEAL may be had at the
Star Cafe. Good cooks and nice
service R. R. Watkius, Manager.
BLACK Knight, the well known Jack,
is at my stables in Monroe.
H. A. Winchester.
THE Hoard of Trustees of Mt. I'ros-
1 pect Graded School want a lady
teacher for primary department. An
ply to A L. Helms, Secretary, R. 1',
1). No. 4, Mooroe, N. C.
DR. E. P. HALSTEAD, V. S.,
and Animal Medicine Specialist,
From Hereford, England,
Beits to inform the public generally that he will attend Monroe, N. C
At C. G. Sikes' Stables, Honda; to Saturday, Sept. 14 to 19.
And will remain six divf only, lor the treatment of Lame and 5ick
Horse and Mules- Bony and other Enlargements of long stand
Ing successfully treated and removed without leaving any
mark or blemish. Specialist In the castration of Rig
Horses. Horses carefully examined as to soundness.
TERflS MODERATE. HIOHEST REFERENCES,
Dr. Halstead has lately returned from Englaod with a new aupply of Veter
nary Instruments and Appliancca by the best London makers, Mtssra
oold & Sons, West Smithfield. Everything up to-date.
The Llnoseu Grocery Co.,
(Successors to C E- Houston)
at the old Whitfield Stand on LaFayette Street-
We desire to call the especial attention of the farmers to
the fact that they cannot afford to sell their poultry or produce
before seeing us. .
We Want to Buy and We Pay the Top.
A fin line of fresh Groceries- Try us.
Tiie Linaseu Gro66ru 60.
Buy vour mail
boxes from us and
save 50 per cent.
Monroe Hardware Co.
t II. HKDFKAllX, Manager.
No Stronger Agency
in the South.
Companies with Assets
Five Hundred Million
Dollars. $ $
fire. Life, Health, Acci
dent, Liability , Platedlass,
and Steam Boiler. Surety
lionds on short notice.
V.Mir business entrusted to
us will receive careful atten
tion aud will be appreciated.
The Peoples' Bank, Agt
W.M, GORDON, Manager
ot our store keeps pace with
advanced medical science.
No matter how unusual the
ingredients of a prescription
may be, we will fill it
We keep the drugs for it
the liKST. FRESHEST,
mm 1 1 a
Ylll' WANT TIIE
l"t moiiRy will
buy. Yon also
s aut to buy ut a
storv win-re yon
will pot exactly
what you pay
for. You make
no nimt ake when
W. E. LINEBACK,
Jeweler, Monroe, N. C.