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DISC OF A YOUVJ GENIUS
Of CAUFOftMA.
The- Kind Toa Hare- Always Boujrht, and wbltb has ber
la use. for ovtr 30 vran. hi h,rn tha. ,i......i...
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ana bin bN-n nutd under hi per
stuial an part lsi..ii aims iu lnfW-y.
Allow uo one todrrriv too In thla.
All Counterfeit. Imitation ami Just-a. riNidnare but
EJsjH-rliuout Unit triilo with and euil.iiii.-ir the. health of
InlkuU and Children- 1'xut-ru-iu-e aguiut Kvperitueul.
What is CASTORIA
Cavtforia la a bunnies substitute for Csvtnr Oil. Par-IP-tric,
limp and Stmtliiittf sirups. It U 1'li-u.oniit. It
mutuiiia licit her Opium, .Morpliiiio nor oilier Nun-tit io
nubtUiH-e. Its two i its cmi runlet. It destroys Worms
aud allay Fr.crisli -,.. It rum liarrhfit liud Wiud
Colic. It li-lit-w Teething Trimble, ruivs t'ontiuitiou
and I'Luiid-iu-v. It ussinulitu- I lie rood, tvirulatt-a the
JStouuuh ami ltowt-ls Kiting liealihy nnd iiaturul sleep.
the Children's ruuiu-ea-Tbo .Mother's l'rieud.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
. TB rail at SB
114," Which Haa aWa r W rll
Stoel.a-Ui lla l.rtai a Lit
ra f Maa.
nc Klu.:. wrote tla "Jungle
. twa.k there tiM - aMa-ans. tain i
juniors of "an:. .ul iort."- I li..:s
. Son S. ton. YVtlli&ui J. I.OIU-. SciKil
I r'ocd aral oth-r. An.oiu lite Litest
' Bttll UHWt UYlfuJ of tt-.-. Ilo'llb
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AT M ELM
STREET
wrtlhig aUum sJiiTervtu lUun
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The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
eOMMW. TT MulMf aVTMf T. MCW
Carolina Marble
$
and Granite Company,
fn-u any
uf Ul pnM.N .isaom, J. Jack Lotal-iii. a
I young l':iliforniaii. wboae sketch.- in
' the maci'ln.- Km! hen to mn.l at
j teull.u alxHii three T.-an ago. Ill !at
t t..r t -lite l uf tli-
) Juki loxu-d I jr Ma. n illaii. i.f a hu h t' .
I hwnv !' W. ia a !. a ! aininal n(
, luiuM St. Ik-rnanl aul l.h. i.l in-ct.
: aul ttie at'irr is-iiiit4 the adicniiirva
i th.it ta r tl tliia e illiiut t-lk In th
! VlMa ..f AU.kl
Altliollcb Ju.li .im4.n la li.it T..(
i twenty Kn n .ream , t I. I, i
cri..il Imu tla- liliorl iv of ! I.'..
perU'tHvi e;.iiili f,ir li.ilf a ivnturj
lie U tt;e i4l of I'.iriMiTa w hn :uhSt
eil Irniu i'.ii'ru li.u.r. ta.H'tui tit i':. 1.
Ifiirula. l.i r i!.v m--.tr marriid ami
tasUent!i.l ti rl :r . tla' Joiiiht :t. i
ailveiiumma plrit w!ii.-!t lnul nrtuat tl !
them, lie Ma lairn in Km I'niM. N.-i '
ph Jan li l7a The ! ha. I a lia-,t
' llf". au.Nirliii: liin:e!f .y iii.inilal la !
hnr even la-rore he li;!,l tv:. U1 t!te a. ,
of nine teal-a. lie Uaa mt un imimary
j buy. Imweier. nl what nuclit have,
I citaraetHl niie of I.m atn-nMi uf rlirr-
. ter a M him n talunl.le i ierien.i .
Kia-aWlne i.f hl early life. Mr. UiKit.m
riMH-ntly aati! in an intenlew piihiialnt
) In the U.-ailer:
! "Alniiml the nrt thm; I na'ii.-l
were njHnit't!itu'. I was ai;e earn
er a ratu-li lnui.l l-C.n. 1 :it
nine, m l'i n my m.nhrr m..i.. tu Oak
- la:il. Iter' I unrki-.! n. m:.v. Afl
CKVO-O-O-O-C
3-O-O-O-O-n 1
O-O-O-O-O-O-O
By HARRIET
C. CASFIELD
-lWlitt. laj. 1) T. l'. Vrtimra-
, rr that I H-nt n'rii
! and Knhiion rtl-.T iie-i a
. nieiitd rlrpr S.n. .f t
I ;reek The life waa
atratite an.l tiiml. t!ie
t!am, entrhrtiafa 'I
; water fnmt Imiila ti'i.nj iki. a of l-f.
; ainl rom.iiitv ami tlancer.
"Alter a year r t
i ' i pfrat. a
j t':e Sinra
..' i:iell were
iflitt'lil. I. lit
II. -.ltie uf
ii Trail.'!..!
roniuiini aallur an.l went
..il aa
Japan
Oi;r liuiacsi li,i
Monroe, am! e i).
Iklmi in ire than sati. factory since opening in,
a have on hand as nice a stock as can be founJ
at any y.ir
We h.iv
in J we invito
line.
N ki.ho. I
We can m eke
Call I t .I.--
in the Male,
j it r. i-eiv.'.!
'me neiv
n of a!!
nui -pt ciallv li.unli nie design,
er,ui ne.'ilinj,' any thin;; in our
a j 'o t i -ml the
,'l,i .01 ' I'lUYi.
sh m! I 1
price y
L-iVfJ
to umiurke 1.
piy.
Carolina Marble and Granite Co,,
J. i:. KrlKi). M i
Yur.ls at St iti.-v
monkoi:, X. C
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Do You Know What It Does?
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THE KEELEY INSTITUTE.
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Summer
Cleaning
Is good, but it's better when
followed up with a few pieces
of
. Pretty New Furniture.
W can tlve you any style
at a low figure, and guaran
tee It to be the prettiest and
most durable to be had.
Look over our stock.
T. P. DILLON,
Furniture Dealer and Pun.r.1 m-.
Store Phone 7; Residence Phone M.
It J " II Yoa ran Ret ir at Cadieu I
BB5m3maammmma0 wi lace's, rhone s.
Jt. K L..MK1V.
When I eume liaek I enleri.l .1 nitlnti
ttilll. win re I w.irki.l fn.in : In tl:1.
nj.,niiiis mini II at niuht. I Im.l i.vti
In ai lni.il amiie nml hail v. rit l.-ll o..n.t
sltlmia nhiili hail lin pruiml the
tiaual thiuu. jmi kn. w "
lu 1"!(. U. n l ithliin year t tar.
Mr. liti.l.iii IramtHil In... hi nn,..
tliniiiuli tin. I'nltiil Slates uinl I'anii.la.
Jo.lini! fur a time the Micranl lire for
puriMi-a .,f k ii,,i, u in, ,.,..,i,mi,.
tmly Sinaikliik- of hia n rn ii,e a a
trump Hint Its elTi-. t m-iti hit life. Mr
I.tuiitoii anya:
"Hi-fur,. I tmik that traiuii n, r..- th,.
fnllnl Stul.a 1 Inv.d haul ,.ik. lov. .1
tn d,, It. iinll (,, ,n,w iiiyvlf In;,, it,
fairly clnrinl In iiiuniiul .,lir. I
i-nmplNh.,1 more than I w a pal.l for or
eH'i i,il to ilo finiii aliivr love of it h.
lliiiral.i 1 nai nrrest.it unit thninu Into '
Jail lit n trump; my lmir wna . llntMit I
and I u auliJi elMl to u,e i.vular I
trmnp routine. There anw that the
workman waa almply In the an. lal pit.
na llternllr hnltllni: on the !,l..a wiih
Ma lian.N. anil I reaulviil tli.n nnil
ttiere ii..v,.r to work aaln iiinuuiillv
fur In Hint way man in-t houeath the
capltiill-t. Kroiu that day I wr. a au
etulHt."
Keturnlng to the home of hia U,v
hooil. Mr. laiua.in ehternl tl, I nlver
Ity of California In l-O'.. I.iu n niaiiie.1
only a year, twttiic oIIIk'--I t.i ulve ifji
uis eiiiiegiate alinllea l., au 0f a,.,
of flimla. Alaiut llila Mine the Klnmllke
waa hegliinlng to atira. t the uiliiiiiu
proaiHitor ami Hold ai.ker. ami Mr
Ij.iHl.iil'a ailveiituniua aplrlt hil hiui
thither. While tinmieeewfiil n hia
aeoreh for gulil. lie airimiiilaU'il llii re
I fund of eiperleni-e an.t Information
which haa aernil na a l.asi. for Tury
niu.-n mat n uaa wrlt'.en
I pun hia return from tha Klomllke
air. ixmaon wmte "Tli Man on th
Trnll. which tU Overland Maazliii
pulillalwd la Thla drat aueeea.
Waa followetl by el)tl,t other abort ato
Ilea, all of whl.-h, wllb one eitvptlon,
wen- puDllali.il in the Overlain! and
Were aulHwouentlr eolleiteil In l..v
fnnn under the title of "The Don of the
Wolf." whleb. brought hliu reina-nlUon
fpntn the literary world. Other atork-a
by Mr. Ixindon nre "The fairue of I lie
Old Men." "The While alienee," "The
Ood of Ilia Kathera." "Innghler of the
.Nortli," "The Children of th Kroat
Kempton Ware Lettera" aiul "The full
of the Wtht" the la at la-Inn conilden-d
la beat work. It la at lea at attracting
Try geoaraianu ravorablt atteutloa.
You Know What You are Taking
w ben rou take Grove's Tastrleaa Cliil
Tonic because the formula ii plakilj
prioieu on every Dottle tbowing that i
iinpiT iron ana Umnine in a ta.i.
less form. No Cure, No Pay. oc.
Pawn Broker's Clothing-.
Strictly sanitary, all wool, men's
youths and boys coats from $oc
Jj.oo. Oood enough lor an
one to wear. Coats out of Si.
and $20 suits. Come and see m
ind I will save you money 01
our clothing. Only 10 minute
walk from and northwest of th
court house. J. H. Benton.
Monroe, N. C
Yoa
I Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
I lli2ri nnwl Sales over On tnU a mtmnm
I bottle. Jottoyon? No.t..No Py. ,
- - aay cat uiwae a niara acoot, uvaa- rum.
T'.i- iiiic man .i.i. .in; up the walk
paii-el lo ki.k at tV adilreaa la hta
!. I.k. e. ii,.. waa It- "lit Elm
atr,-, t." the i!nv.tiry had aald. The hall
.iiiir ul a :!.- nik-n S.me one within
v. j.a awe.Tini! ic -ri-ualy and singing
aa lie ueit lie caught the words
tl the dioti aa he i-anie up the st.fia:
' My ei-untre. 'ita ,f thai.
l.- latut of lllf tee "
He lieaid n.i wore nf the fnulll.ir
Words for l!.e lllii.- girl ail waa tea
rleteu. he thought dmpiatl the
ln.tu wln-n she law hint crmntiig the
I'sar;.-!. He r!i. ti.!.i that she waa tvm
lug to the dmr; but. to hta aurpriae. '
al.e pn.iu-itv it down on the floor
He r.ilil hia hit. but !ef..re he eouUI '
aoak hvealie,l ho;ilt.ttily: "Wna't you
coiue r'k'l.t lu': I d la inure polite, but
I can't vt up." i
"Ij't u,e Immp jou." be aaid as he i
fame Into the hall. She did not take
j the band he stivuh.-d out lo her. but
. the an, lied at him and diaplayed a dim
ple like Marj-irle I'raudul's that be
, know thla mint t tier little aimer
! "I d'.ii t want to p-t up u.it Just
! new." he an t.i f'aukly. Then, at bla
' look of aitoniAhinent. abeadikHl. "Mar
J Julie will U- here aooti: ahe'll abow you
the namia. Y iu want to n'lit one, don't
- )our
The jrottng man l.i.k.il at hT and
, made plans mpidly. "Yi," lie auld
without any ien-.-ptiMe hiitatiou. "1
do. My name Is Sterlilli: lloc.T Ster
lirig Your sNter n.ay reiuemlar n.e.
1 iirt-l ber wh.-n she waa visiting niir
in) hoim- Ut in.,iuer." Tin- llitle girl
in the ft.r l.adoal tip at hiiu. ".My
name is IVn." ; said almply. "V ir
Jone may r. iiiiinN r. lad 1 neier heard
her sp.ak of j.m. You lt d..v,n and
w ait till she ii.l, i.n "
K.iger Sterl'n.- .Iiop'sul Info the . hair
n-.ir.sit l.lui. but ll,w. erl.sl In nlar.n:
M.r.y: Not that ohalr! Take the
one l.i the niialow; it haa all of us
l-.i"' Then she aald naively, " 'k,Ni
you think It a funny, uow. dull t v.,u'.''
Iteg.T iiuil.sl. 'i'liim) V b- ,i I-,1
"Y. s: l ie on th.- li.H.i ai,.l Unit 11 lie
li-c.-.d ihair anil - eierythlng. Will,
I'll t.'.'l )ou soiu-thiiig If you'll ,roi
)..ur Is an j-u'll never bnalhe a word '
"I p ron, Is..." be said aoli lunly.
S! .,- 1, lealli.il n algli of relief, tli.ll
I. i.ii. d fornaid nml said almost lu a
hlip.r "I nui situnc li. ru to 1,1,1- a
hole. Tills rals. and nil the laslroolll
i-ars.s nr,. fua ,,f hoi,.,. W-'vi. In,
ol I., do , -in -'thine now papa's d- i
.h. "e the 1 ;.i ii!n. r-.t palhelioall) .l
Ui-'re ,;.i!ii, to rout r.s.uis "
.-ii. il eoiin.l. n.i. n, a trilling en,-
l.iiri.ii-li,- to lr Im-iier. but he v
-i-.u.ii a ---i.iji . lor li,e eniklisli v,,i e
went on: "I wouldn't tell )u if I
thought )ou ,l moid the holm, but j.m
ib.li I l.s.k as if you'd mind miieU. nh.
the) re ivvvini: llu ros u rug we lay
o-r tics k... I ut to,,k h up, Vain- 1
as aei.p.:-g. It s Nitunla)-. you know ,
(.nd llier- s ii.. s, l.o. Marairie aaj a
It no il,k:-a.i. lo I,. p.u.r. nml II au t,
but li s .Ii a,liul!i u.i.-oiulortahle."
Ho.-ir tioiiil.-l s) nipallntnally and
Unit to elmtigi. tin- sui.j.i I. "I am glad
J.m bate u iisnn to ipan-," be aald.
"I am fortiinute In limling one ao
ai,u."
""!:. tie have tlin, to spare. You're
tin- lint one that's anm-ml our ad-vrn-
unlit I h,,. jou'll tt unt to
take tour iliiin-rs and npa-ra hen-
i.i e .an l ink.. I'ioiv that Way.
.Mis. .Mulligan Hilars Kalel Is a tine
i.-.k Why. she's Imn cooking ever
am,.- ,he w as smivti. And ahc geta up
g.asi mean ..ut of eimost nothing. Hut
we can t ii IT. ir.l lo k-, p her now unless
we can in ike some money routing
Moms. Marjor inbroiders limn
fi,,,s, but ,1,,, ,,,1,'t imike enough to
kisi us. y.m a,.,.." she hsiked at
linger ttiuiighifuiiv fr a minute. "
wish, ahe sal,, "ihat you'd turn your
na. K wini,. i g,.t the rug that covers
this hole."
lie walked to the dour and kaikcd
out. A alender young woman waa
mining up tin- walk. Ho ri-e.igiilfis1
.M.ir,i;ie i rnnilal , fair fa.v ami aiiiiny
hair, I here was a wistful look in the
bin- eye, now nnd n ;.': ' : .sip to the
" tn that last aiimmer hail seemed
n.aib- for amllea. When she reached
me si, .pa ne cnnie out on the plnr.ta
Hint sne i.s.keii up ,)u, kly.
"wny, Mr. Sterlingr' ah aald, with
a tremulous little smile. "What a sur
prns-: How do you biipa-n to b -way
out west r
He took the hand she held out to tilni
and k. pt It while he explained.
"1 cnnie ben- to stay. Miss I'rnndal
Father Inn nsli.il me to take charge of
tne west-rn bri'inh of our hiisitica
.tiy beaibumiters are In your city.
happcaisl to reuivuihi-r that you lived
Here
llapiiemd! Oti. linger Stirling:
"And this inorulng 1 looked you up In
me iiirochiry. "
Mias Crnndat hil the way to th ait
ting riaiiii. Hi ss wiis coming out of It,
broom In hand.
so you did retnenitier hint, Marjo-
rieJ she said, nodding nt lloeer. "Its
cam to Iwk at the nanus. I told him
yon il show them to him."
Marjorie Umkul at her caller In sur
prise.
"Yes." he said; "I hop yoa will Inks
ptty on me, a stranger from way down
east, and let me come, here to live."
"Mena;!-. lbs excbilin.il. "Yon dou't
neisl to he its We're only t.si glad to
ret yon." Mnrjorle Unshed a May red.
on. Hess, she said reproachfully.
""ell. It's so," cried Hut candid
maiden, "nnd I wish yon'rt show him
th Moms. The front room carpet has
rewer' fibe paused guiltily, and Mar
Jorla asked hurriedly, "Will you come
upstairs, .nr. Merllngr'
ltm ran out to the kitchen to tell
aiai iuck 10 Kate. "I aiiaa
you'll stay with us uow," she said, "for
it a easy to get roomers If rou hsve oik
to etart with. 1 hope he'll like It here,
but MarJiH-le wasn't a -a-eordial aa
ue might be. I m going unatalra now
and I'U be real friendly to mail uo for
toa way sne acts.
Jh found tbetn In the little back
room. "I hsjlleva." jtfr. Sterling waa
aiiylng, -that 1 will take the three
rooma If yoa have iKCobJectleng, Ml as
i ranuai. -
Bess Jumped no and down, "flooilvi
Coodyr she cried. "Katie didn't And a
noraealios for nothing this morning!"
tger laughed heartily. "I shall think
the horseshoe brought dm the good
luck If roar sister aaya I may more la."
ion may nar the rooma If toa liks
. - i .. , .
VA yrk SA
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organs. This accounts for the many different
symptoms of Kidney Disease,
You begin to feel better at once
This is the fate of sufferers from Kidney trouble, as the disease is so insiduous that often people hare
serious Kidney trouble without knowing the real cause of their illness, as diseased kidneyrallow the
impurities to stay in the system and attack the other . iUW inc
. . ' Cy., Cbkato, Gentkmcn: Altoot a year age m health brgaa
when takine
FOLEY'S IHOXJEY CURE
as it stimulates the heart, increases the circulation
and invigorates the whole system. It strengthens the
urinary organs and gives you new life and vigor.
TWO SIZES 50o and $1.00
C. N. SIMPSON, JR.
. " uv" F"' Bu' 1 cm convinced thst my kidnevs were th eaoaa
hit in aeaira and commenced irking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE It ia.
creased my apptnie aad made me feel stronger, and the annovini svmpnma
Caae f ?, M' '
M E- SlT"4'J,t' "0" me Mdt Church, Springneld. Pa., wrltcai
" "T had with kidnee trouble and tried severs, dr,
withou. beactit. After takm. n. bottle J FOLEY'S KIDNEY CUKE wag
much belter, aad was completely cured after takm, foot bottles."
0m lottU Curad Nlist
-mi: -(l!I:!I.Irli",Ji 'wTi,e,: wwibled with kidney
?,7lfc ?1 i60"1 yelr bu' -aotlar bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNET
CUKE effected t pcrmiatat curs."
, did yon, that I
rvaikfasta and leas for which their
ein-mtT had bargained that day.
After he had gone Marjorie turned to
ber little slater. "Hcaa." she cried,
"what did you tell blui la-fore I came
homer
"oil. I can t reineiiita-r all I aald
vVhyr
"You didn't tell him,
had bla picture V
".Na Have you! I wish I'd known
that.'
"I'm ao thankful yoa didn't It was
lu with some views Aunt Anna gar
nie When I was visiting there I didn't
kuow It mull I r-n. lost hoirn..'-
it uy hi. in i jou send It back to
auntie wh.u )o,i found Ity pracllcal
Hi-sa askul, but Marjorie did nut socio
to h.ar. "Sla.'a afraid bi'll Ibluk she
stole it." the Utile girl said tn li.-racif,
"but he wouldn't. I'll tell him Just
how It waa smine day."
On Monday Mr. Hurling came, and
on T-ieday It. sa explalmsl th,. affair
of the picture.
"He wasn't mad nt all." ala told
Kate. "I think he's a Very forgiving
niail."
The days went swiftly by, and when
October mm,., to dra the old bouse
In scarlet wnalldiie, something hap
pened nomeihlnii that astonished Hess.
"I tietcr waa mi urprts.i! In all my
lire, she ka Id to Katie. "I was coining
uowii the rronl stulra a few liilnutea
ago. and then, at.asl Mr, Merlin In the
ball with bla arm aMund Marjorie.
.nil 'Oil - r.glil o ul loud I couldn't
help It nml tliey hsiked tip. Marjorie
got n-al Ml, but Mr. Hterllug Just
iaiiKi-.nl ami an Id, -Tome dow n here.
Hess; jo i ve l, n a (Wat b-ip to nie
nnd I want to thank you.' Now, what
In the world d'd be mean. Katie? 1
w.-nt down nnd be kissed nie, and
Marjorie kin.il m-, mid I never waa
so anipiis.it In all my life! What art
you laughing at, KatleT
wunnlng away with lb gtrt"
"Naw! Well, these-aw- Bewwpapahs
don't know anything anysraj."
"It said the girl was too good for
you "
"Aw-1 don't mind."
"It said yon waa a dude and didn't
have any bruins. t' kuaw."
"AW .11.1 lit IV..II I .l.,n'. Ml.l
"It aald yon didn't know anything
Henry D. Stewart, M.D.,
vuisiueoi unrss. I H0NROK, N,
i uon t care, old chappie ." bervices rendered promptly and
And It said your eollsh waa out of honestly. Day calls from Simpson's
S. A. STEVENS, H. D.
WONRCE, N. C.
Calls answered in day from Enrlish
Dtug Store; at night from room over
tueliah Drug Store, phone S. Office
over post olhce; phone at.
fellah; you-aw-doo't
Ungrncloualy,
Pnlltraesa Tars.
Tt lklns eii'tivalnl push H'fore tollte
Bess ,oliteni".a la nl.v enough, but
It takm too much time and doesn't
pay." he tis.il t,( ii,.iire. Hut be
d.s.sn't talk that wny now,
III a Hron.lwiiy crowd (he other day
nilklus urn f.,r.,i ch.wi to cbi-at
against a well ilivsa-d iii.-ui. "s. use
nie." luiittend HllkllH
trt ing to w riggle past.
'My dear atr." aaid the other man,
raising bla bat w ith bis left hand, "you
lied not iiinke any excuses. The fault
la not )oiirs, and. bcsiib.s, you have
done me no Injury. Keen if yon bad
t would know It waa the accidental re
sult of the email, nml I would bold Toil
entirely blatii. li . h.,H. have not
Inmnventcuixil jmu. (Iiks! uftcruoon,
sir,"
I hen the man put on Ms bat, and
Klikiiia a n.l be s.iiecisj by each other.
Hllklna was dnji.il. "Whew!" he said
to himself. "What a string of words.
and Just to lie polite! Hut I'm late for
Unit appointment, I'll bet! What's the
hour r
Ullkins felt for lila watch. It and the
chain were Uils.lug. The other ma a
was out of sight. Politeness hosFl
blui.-New York l'reaa.
style now."
"Naw, ohl
mean Ihat?"
"That's what It said."
"H) Usa ge. H a Insulting. W hat pa
pah was It. Uacab! I ll- I ll-I ll sue It
fah Iliad. I won't sw-stsud It." Chi
cago 1'ost.
A Falaral Tkaaakl.
Two small toys returned from school
and coiupliitiicd to tbelr fatber that the
schoolmaster bad pulled their hair.
"Ah." said lb wis ureut, "I'll aooa
put that to rights." And thereupon be
cmpiasj tla lieads.of lb hoya nntll
there ra hanlly enough to lay hold of.
The n-j.t day the schoolmaater pulled
th ears of the hoya. As they we-o
Bearing home Tow said to Harry, "I'll
tell father what th sell, iol master's
d.ui." "lon't." said Harry. "Mebb
he'll cut our ears off."
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.
'paid
laaalirg at Last.
I'm you see that notice of toot
marriage In the papah. Wegliialdr
Naw. old ctiiinple. What did It sayT
tain Jou iuu.d tlislioiiowalily la
ill
their
Bono fains, Itching, bcabby
at. in m......
Swrllliigs, rulHtarliav i'laiplclsrnMt.ia
sanaaa.s-'jceTtJSfHMaB' fui,:l. lood lii. a
saatwceao.TaroiKia la r i: tt r-s (,
srtsa (Mash W avk sM jolna, luht
Skr Sl.!:i. I 'nml r, la SA a? Out, Swoil. a Ounsx
aiawa sial TsatrsiM Um Ilia, Miea rslrtsa I,
MMk, S.r. I .r. L ru- H. u jt mau,
ibioaa riut of c aw... tout er I.,
i...-m esn, tstuaa. J.-ior UOULUla
Botanlo Blood Blm, ruorantaed
ar.iwitlMiwo-alaaitawMSWaK4mMiMH
"s wat aaiar.a.a, IM ttaia f.O. KsaJa
wMm.,ni iar:aaa:aialna,mlKfsaa;iawlaan.
ataSfa fcl, I fnrs ant I,. V vmplwrlr .'uu,L-'aa thm
aw tartr ka sous baHLr s.:k.a. gag
aa. m.,ts.4aola, at Ulead tMam. rs
Otd atsiaaiallaaa. Calarrk. T.rm
' r ma Solas. 4 aMua af Itat
e. a. K"S IUVI' f k4 iu -na. hrhlra
sag Snal.lilaa, Adas) aa r..ii Nrr, aimmaaaM.
ralanhi kiala .'I avai'st, SruM, tn,:aam, War,
s . a aiiiiaM anan.t sg gifuaj
an, laalia, taaal anairai,nalaatk
Cancer Curod
I Bsoa (.-ana Uana 1 an Siav
itat artl:nr, ganag saia. haa.
tMsst, S lis Ulaa, ra. J k,,jl.M
l aasar aihnif, u rai lm a tnamt
Wail. Saa-.ao, Hasauc. a-ua-'r.! Cms
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courage and lessens ambition: beauty, vigor
iuii.i s atd cheerlulneaa aooa
'S 1 -Tj iuPP" when the KlaV
,Uirv7;2 "y out of order
-W ft aLitlr ' -tsessed.
Hj- oecoms so prevalent
X V, ihsl II I,
jTi-s. A ,cr ehilJ ' bora
H'licted with weak kid.
neys. II the child urln
aies toa sban if o..
urins scalds tha flesh tt II, when the child
reaches an aga when it should be able lo
control tha passage, tt u yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon It. the causa '
ihs dilllcufty is kidney trouble, and tka fir..
step should be towards the truiment 0(
theae important organs. This unpleasant
troutla is due to a diseased condition t.t the
aainrjs sna Disooer and got to a habit as
moil people suppose.
Women as well aa men ...a.
srstUi with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need tha um.
The mild and tha Immedista eflsct oi
hwamnwRoot Is soon realized. It la sou
oy arugguta. In fifty
cent and on dollar
sue. Youmayhavatt, -i.H
smpls bonis by msili:
Ires, sbo pamphlet telk gaa,
IRC su about It. Including mane of th
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured, la writing Dr. Kilmer
k Co.. Binghamtoa, N. Y., be sura and
anutlon this paper.
drug store, 'phone jy, or office in rear
ot iiordoo a Thompson's insurance
office, 'ihone i. Night rails from res
idence, 'phone lit. Office hours 10
to it, a. tn.
JOHN P. MONROE, M. D ,
uaaui. r. o.
Day calla ansaered from Housbm'a
drug slcre aud office, 'phone no. Night
row koianiercial Hotel, phone Ijo
JN0.W.ML.M.D..
MONKOn. N. C,
Solicits the patronage of the people of
Monroe and surrounding rouimnnitv.
Calls answered in day from English
Drug Store; at night from residence
on Church attuet. I'houe No. 48.
w7b.Tio"uston,
SURGEON DENTIST,
Office up staira, Kiligerald Building
Northwest of Courthouse,
- Monroe, N. C
3DR. B. C REDFEARN,t
OBNTIIT.
Charges
teasonsble
Satisfar
lion guar
anteed. Office ovei
English
Drug. Cos
MONROE. N.C
Will be at Marshville, N. C.on first
snd third Mondays of each month, and
It Matthews on second and fourth
Mondays. Phone jji
SEABOARD
Am Line Railway
Double Daily Service Between
New York, Tampa, AtlanU,
New Orleans and Points
South and West
in EFFECT APRIL 12TH, 19037
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Ar. Attiii. 4
' l.rre-nwtuhl,
kia ns
B. W. LEMMOND,
Attorney-it -Law.
will practice in all the Stale and Unit
ed States Courts. Special! attention
given to the settlement of estates for
dusrdians, h .editors and Adniinu
trslors, and the collection of claims
Krssonable charges. Also agent and
local attorney lor the Panther City
Home Company, from which loans
may be obtained on realestste. Office
ons dr-ct east of M. L. Flow Co'i
store. I hone No. oj.
EOBT. L STEVENS,
Attorney ud Cooisellor-it-Uf,
Mokaog, N. C.
Prompt attention given to all mat
ters placed in our hands
Management of estates for guard-
Don't make any mistake, but
remember the name. Swamn. adniiniatralors and eiecutors
Rnnl Hr k'ilnt.r'. d, pectslty. Charges reaaooable,
and the address, Dinghamton, N
Y., on every bottle.
Office eaat of Courthouse, (formerly
occupied by the lata D. A. Covington.)
G. B. NANCE, M. D
Residence Phoae, No. S74,
Having located in MotiSke offers hit
services to the town and surrounding
country. Diseases uf the stomach and
bowels a specialty. Office over the
W. J. Kudge Co. 'a book stoie. Calls
auswered io the day fiom the English
drug store or residence, at night from
residence.
el. asa ui. lTsnawallraert
arwa.il on i a a, taatiie aatarsa lUaeS Baaa.
them," Marjor e aaid.
"ey re Terr Dlcasant." he haataa.
ed to s satire ber. and Besa beaaied at
aim. On th wan downstairs aha tin.
fered behind Marjorie that she might
say a last word to bint.
The meals, ron know." aba whla.
ored-dont yon want to hare them
herer And Marjorie never suspected
that It was Bene who bad suggested 1
ui a. ki laitiu.
Say a Ura air 01. oT aa
fra.'. I,..., ae-MSrsT. --in.ll
tt ,a ...Oa. I rf. M. 1 i. 1 . 1 aaTTS-tZ
ia ta ncaa analog u tafera.
t araa
raa ias HelMt aaaatU
r a a, rir.a yaae 1
am, w ar
ltnar'oaai rmp.nwa
rw Meat lK toi'""-. lUrnv'Irl.sHi'fftt.
f f "
arv utarat W ' ''amw Sk e.eaaa al. saw.
bmJa, H rHn r--" 1
H V H. -aai Vs.,
ST'tlirt, bu4 Tlain, A 1 karatav, i v iMtih rr
aanslln. sUarl krtas. .-I fe.. iu . i
Sold by C N SIMPSON. Jk
fOIXYSIIOIAJl
asaUaea,laasi1 liaaJaswasgte
E. C. WILLI ISIS,
ittorney ud Counselor it hi,
MONROE. N. C
Practice in all the Slate and United
States Courts.
Prompt attention given to collec
tions and general law practice.
MrPersons interested in the settle-
neut of estates, admiuistratore, eie
cutors, and guardians are especially
invited to call 00 them.
Continued and painstaking attention
win be given, at a rtaaouable price,
to all legal buaineaa.
Office in courthouse opporite Clerk's
jfTke.
aiasy a. sdshs. thohas i. tisoua
raaNg AgMFIELD.
Adams, Jerome & Armfield,
TTORWYI IT LW.
MONROE. N. 0.
Practice in all the Courts, State and
Federal The management of eatates
or esecotsra.administralors a special
ty. Laretul and diligent attention
enarl b.ais. ..II ih. eiml ,la. nl a.i.l.. given to the IcaTecloeUre of Rlnrli.ipM
laa. and ... ... , I ..j ii . ...
1.1.1. us .In aW.iy a. ihrnian fur in reiitt ned without eipense to lender. All
utljation give o-pro mpt and careful
attention. Office east of courthouse
Ar.til,ita ... ua
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"M,a,.l,i. ai" ii-.riT
NORTH WAHO. Italiy : '. H.M, SoS
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SIITK'g.
Notice.
SIIRTH CAROLINA. Ma Sua-rt.ir I'Mtrt.
i,,,.iii. i amir in ( lark.
A k. Hsva.,,1 mnA V
Harriett J. Maya, sal
Heartens leaitmn4.A.laai tain.
an,n.t, Aiiaiutii, Hat w.ssl.lNiiia I
M.) and Ana i ..l,,nr.l ala. I
Th oVfarlanl. ahiivf. n.sirW all! i,k
Ihat a sn-i! I'nsr.llniriilltlnl a. al.iv ha.
1shb is.aiti,eni-eit la the Ruta-rtor I'.Hirt nt
I nine h.uiiii for ih, iHiriaa, artlll.Hilns
the land. ikHa-nisvl la tlw uardll.ai a..w no SI.
la slil i-ause. In hii-h sal.l ilr,n.l,ni. l.,.
aa lutf n-sl, and the aM iLtenilanla atll fur
ther lake a-Mi- that Ihejrar miulnst map-
r- -. , ,ri, ,.,rr. in .nnr,,, n
oVniaiiitisi ia said miaaalalal.
Thla July sath. laa.
a. a. ARttrtgi.n. rn-rk at
lh Saatrtia. (aart.
ailwlnp A Slack. All;..
Farm Lands for Sale on Time.
Rt .Inn, rJ ,.U. is. . .... r, .
t nl.anstuatr, N. 1' aia.k- la ih, ,., ,
th, !,, , hrr
na.inas, tsta ana Trust (-.Napanv ait-Mlauiraua-iH-
R. Ha.tr. la pl.lnli IT .,,,1 g
M Hastr, and nuiers. helraaf iaw iat W R
H.l,,ar,ikteailaiil.Th Satins., beaa end
Tra.l l'..ainnr. .lmll,lrlr o( '. R. HaaU
ikweaaed, aill, at ataVlark. aiMoa
Saturday. Sept !, A. D.. IWJ.
at th enar, hnaaa iknr la Maam. H p.. anla
ip.at ka- u a irart irf land dm.rtta-d aa M-
; Vln,," "-mala i aluaisaiaiy.Slaleia'
North ran.lla. MantitllM, (..a,, hi, .s.
at.ra .,) I, err,,. biatRM (h. aorth
la; I-. R. aiaipsaai'a koaera' Inart, aa (h wt
tar Ih. l.a.t. u4 Tha. C HaMr.oa Ut amitk br
" "' saast Wart, a.. la p.arsa.a n)
. H..ln.oa Uva aasl bi la,r. lan.
aaa (rapt aad II. N. Slawai la ,(.. ,
nnlalnlaa SB sere ai.il ar H-sa, said iaaai
Tarai.nta.le: Ita llilrdta.k. nataladr at
a mist by knadallk aapnired an(l.
to h rawrved nam all pun-haa. aoiary .hall
ta pato: Ik ana land tela anld
' - - , ,. vwr,. ih te tar -'---
m,MH.n.,,T. inis surasi m, lata
THg ftAVIaiiA. I.4IAN a TRt'STt-O.
Sy Adaai.. Jen.as, a A rata, 14
si a. C. Kllllaau, Allra
R.B. Redwioe. A. M. Stack
RED WINE A STACK.
Attorney t-at-Law,
MOKROg N.a
Practice io all tbe State and Fe.l.r.
si Courts. Will manage estates for
dec a tors, Aduiinistrstora and Guar.
diani for reasonable par- god will
foreclose mortgages and negotiate
loans, withoot eipease to Morlgsgees
boh aiooey i-enuers,wtin prscticsble.
Offices Northwestera rooms, ftrsl
Soor, Courthouae.
FOLEYS IirTAR
Aajssjaal iVaasstaaWat alkaisawaaSBaataa
-r"9 aawaBa,J sTTVtVsiBBafJ arnaaaaBsiaatslwaWs
People's Band
Of MONROE, N. C.
Solicits your account and bank in.
amsiuesa. we guaraalee ABSOLUTE
SECURITY, promptness aad all the
aceoinmodatioos that SOUND bank.
ing will admit of. Interest paid, ac
cording to sgieement, oa deposits left
for our stated period. Always ready
for loans as) approved pa per.
a P. HEATH, PreeidenL
ONE-THIRD
Three Times the Value of la; Other I
EASIER I
faster!
Agents wanted in all
unoccupied territory.
I heeler 1 Wilson laoofictirlii. Co.,
ATLANTA, GA.
For sale in Monroe by
TheI.j.eudqeCq.
M. L. FLOW,
CMnmlatloiHr f LVmJs tor Soutk Cirollm, Ii
iwrta ungiu: us i antics n um ftaa
tor UsiM cBtj, ist! gourj Pubite
toliiaCireiisj, :: ::
Special alteotioo given In I.Lin. At.
Idavita, Acknowledfement or Proof of
Deeds, Morlgsges, Cootracta, Bills of "
Ssle, Powers ol Attornev. Reaonela.
lions of Dower and Inheritance. Il.n.
ositions. Writing snd Probating Deeds,
"ot tgages ana an other papers, issuing
Slate Wananta. Claim and Dhra
and Attachment papers. Civil Sum.
mons and tha Collection of Claima.
Office at M. L, Flow Co. 'a Slora
eaat of conrtlioose. Mouroe. N. C.
.3,
rOlXYMIOIflTAR
ae as Have eas, aaea. eaalaias
    

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