THE MONROE JOURNAL
Telephone N. I.
Tuesday, December I. 190J.
lfct rvttua II. VI May.
lrpilinjf KMi-r J. E. Tbuuipsnii
of Ihw district has rented a bow
ia fhartirtt aud will live tin-if.
Cut tun Wt-icbor L. V. lli.kett
a ritlltnl upou to st-ib on bale
uu 1 bun-day.
Mivitu Annie Hard in and Mirths
lli-alli of Chester, S. C, are visit
iiij: Mix O. 1 Hi-alb.
Mr. V. S. HUkeury left y-er-(I
iv fur licwterlirld to attend court
Mi. Mr. V. A. Mnrf Sta
fford arrive toil ilil to trait her
Mother, Mis. J. M. Stem art.
Mr. C. Kikes will leave for the
Western markets thin week to buy
another lot of liorwn ami mules.
Mr. ami Mrs. Holier! lceeand
Mr. M. I- l.t is, all of lluford. left
l ist neck In visit at Caxton, (io.
Mb l.lis St.uups of lUriuiu
Sninpi returned home Sunday
infill after several (l.iV visit to
Iiit sister, Ming Mimin Mumps.
Mr. It. M. flairiioy of tiiiffucy,
8. ('., hits returned home alter an
extended visit to her daughter,
Mrs. J. F. I-ancy.
The Thanksgiving collection for
the Orphanage by the Meadow
Iininch ebureh amounted to over
twenty -six dollars.
Mr. T. V. (iordou of west Mod
I'.ie tow nsliip ha moved to Ilumlet,
where lie w ill work in the railroad
Mr. C. A. Austin of Marshville
tow nr.li killed a seven month old
pig last week that weighed '.'II
Miss Cot in ne Wolfe, who bus
been ill for it week lit the borne of
her limit, .Mrs. Knox llargelt, re
turned lier work as tcachci ut I'nion
A young daughter of Mr. John
JIoilou ol uib-sboru died l riilav
anl was brought here and buried
Sunday. The child was a grand
daughter of Mr. Thomas MeCorkle,
Agues, the seven week old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge
jMiiiilcrtitirk ot south Monroe tow u
ship, died Sunday and as buried
yesterday nt Shiloh.
("apt. and Mrs. J. L Yoiinghlood
w ill give uu 'at home to the mem
bers of the Baptist chiirch Friday
evening from eight to eleveu. All
the members of the ehmeh are in
vited. Kev. J. ('. Moser of Hickory
ireached in the Liitlii-rin church
here .Sunday. The church, iu con
nection with the one ut Morning
Hlar, iu Mecklenburg, has extend
ed a call to Kev. John llnyle of
Mr. C. Parker of Lane Cre left
last week for ltcidrivillc, (ia., where
he will make his home, lie bud
lived in (icorgiu eight years before
returning to this county two years
go. Mr. Jiurioil J'arker, his broth
er, mill move to north ti'X'w nct
Iter. M. A. Huiith and family
left for WiideslHiro, their future
Inline, lust week. They have many
w ui in I'riein's in Monroe w hose U-st
wishes follow them to their new
field. ' Or. Kowe ha moved into
The '"Bailey case" famous iu
the court annals of this county
has ugaiu been decided against the
defendant. Mr. II. ('. Cowles,
clerk of the Federal court, ut States
ville, yesterday wired that Judge
Kiinonlon hud dissolved the tem
porary restraining order agaiust
the collection of the judgment.
On the day before Thanksgiving
llic leathers at (lie graded school
ltked each of the children to bring
soiuo article as a gift to the poor.
The children responded Joyfully,
and us a result a large iiiantity of
groceries and other useful things
were presented to the needy the
next day. It was very thoughtful,
ami a very pretty custom to lining
Mrs. Famiie lloone, who former
ly lived in Monroe, died at her
home iu Wudesboro last Friday.
She was sick only it few hours.
Mut. liooiie was a good woman aud
resH'cted by all who knew her.
She leaves a husband and nine
children, the youngest only a few
mouths old. The remains were
brought here for burial Saturday.
Mr. Paul Low ery, sou of Mr. Sea
brouk lowcry of I Hi ford township,
was killed on the trail) uear (teco
ola, 8. ('., but Tuesday night, a
had becu working at Hock Hill
aud was ou his way borne. It is
thought that he was swinging on
the rear end of the car aud bis
head came in contact with a pro
truding rock iu a cut. The body
was found iu the ditch by the road
side. The young mail was about 21
years old. The body was brought
hero Wednesday uight.
The town lias bought the old
brick stable at the uortbern end of
Lafayette street, from the People's
liank, for tHoo. Sometime ago a
rout nut was made with the rail
mud, by which, the town is to
stniigtlien out Lafuyetta street to
the railroad track, and at the point
where it touches, the railroad is to
build a passenger aud freight de-
pot. The agreement ssys that toe
depot is to be built as soon as pos
sible. Mr. Howard, w ho was mak
ing repairs to the old brick stable
for the purpose of opening a ma
chine repair shop, will move else
where. With the part of this tot
not used by the new street, togeth
er with the old street, which will
be closed, the town will have a lot
worth as much or more thai the
one used for the new street.
. For new crop seeded raisins, cur
rants, citrou, tig, dates aud prqoes
tall oo Urauer 4 Hue v.
A BIQ THAMLSOIVINU Dl.N.NbR. FINE GREAT OREV1S.
Or. and firs. X M. Bel Entertain Dr. Henry Louis Smith Charms a
Monro Audience hy Qivinc It
Glimpses Into tbc Futurw- Lift
ed For a Few Moments Out of
the Petty Routine af Our Little
Monroe folk are indebted to Rev.
Mr. Atkinson and the lrebvteruin
congregation for a most eatertatning
and instructive lecture, delivered last
Tuesday night by lr. Henry Louts
Smith, president of Ltavidson (VI
lege, and it they ran p us more
such. Monn will be grateful indeed
lr. Smith possfsiM-g the somewhat
unusual power of making i 'icntili
lecture entertaining, to a popular au
dience. His lecture. "Ssne lln-ams
of JlixU'rn Inveiiturs, was listened
to with the closest atteution through
out It was, be said, for the purosr
of taking our minds oil our is-ttv
routines for a bit, casting them into
the future, and dreaming of the
larger things that await the race.
There were five "dreams. Thchrst
was of a perfect storage battery. All
batteries now in use sre too cost lv,
too lieavy, or too unsafe for erfcct
use. 1 lie ideal butterr must be light
powerful and cheap. The electric,
motor is entirely deH-ndcnt uki the
use of lead for generating power.
1 bis makes it both cost I v and hesvv
If some cheap and light substance
can be found to substitute for lead,
social and industrial life will be rcv-
olutioned. The railroad engine and
its king train of heavy cars will be
done away with ; all manufacturing
plants will be run bv cheap power
transmitted from the great water
fulls. The horse will be seen no more
ill our cities, creating as he does
more dust and tilth and uuhealth
than the densest population, and will
be largely smieroedcd on the nails
of the country. Then the cities will
possess the two great quantities of
the country-pure air and quietude.
TALMNO WITH THE PEOPLE.
Mart Than One Hundred o( BcJk
Brothers' Employees at Thaaks
givlng Dinner and at Luncheoa.
The bigorst private dinner ever
given in Monroe was spread at the
handsome borne of Ir. J. II. Belk
here I tuuiksgiving day. it was
really a big occasion and one long to
be remembered bv Ihoae who sere
present The guests of honor were
theemployeesof Ik-Ik Brothers' large
t harlot stores, their store here and
tiie Monnie Hardware Company, in
which these gentlemen are Urge
stockholders, and John K. Simpson
(Vs. A special train was charten-d
fni Charktte by Mr. II. W. Belk
and brought down the CharMie peo
ple, who re.ulu-d the Belk residence
just at twelve o clock.
The guests numbered one hundred
and hve. The house was elegantly
(!ivrated. for the occasion from cel
lar to garret, and nothing was lark
ing to nuke the day most pleasant
and joyful. The whole of the ele
gantly furnished bouse was thrown
open, and Mrs. Belk, prettily dressed
in handsome black silk, with real
lace, disicrscd a must charming hos
At one o'clock the two regular din
ing rums and the hall were convert
ed from three dining rooms into one
by opening the Urge folding doors,
and the guests sat down to the sump
tuous Thanksgiving feast. The
front dining room was in purple and
white, with pretty purple ribbons
drawn flat across the highly polished
table, with bunchss of violets, aud
the curtains were sprinkled with
these much beloved Mowers. The
centre piece was a cut glass vase
tilled with handsome while chrysan
themum. The silver and china were
ran-, and the ferns and palms beau
tif ill. Next was the main dining
room, w here the table rested iiKn an
elegant oriental art square, ami a
liaiiil-carvcd sidcboarl laden with
real cut glass was a part ot the
mom's furniture. Yellow and white
were the reigning colors in this room.
Yellow rililmns hung from the chan
delier and were caught to the table
with .Marcliielneil roses and ferns.
A. cut glass bowl, filled with fruit,
was the centre piece, and vases of
yellow chrvMntlicniuins were seen
here and there, and the display of
. . , .. i-
naim cmtiroiilcry on this table was
exceptional. The breakfast room was
in red, and a huge pumpkin tilled
with fruits made the centre piece.
1 tits 1111)11 was beautiful with .Mexi
can drawn work, ami streamers rest
ing from centre to corners.
After the dinner Col. Smith, one
of the mcmU-rs of the. Charlotte
establishment, made a pretty and
appropriate seecri, expressing ap
preciation for su nloasant a day,
In the evening the visitors attend
ed the service at the Presbyterian
church, after which they returned to
the liclk home and took luncheon.
At ten o'ckx'k they left for Charlotte,
and a happier crowd could scarcely
be found. 1
The following was the menu of the
occasion, served in six courses, by
well trained waiters :
Did you know." said Mr. II. II
Adams, "that folks w bo overhear tc!
ephooe messages and repesit thcinan
liable to get tliemscke into tnmlil. '-
1 be List k-gifiature passed a law to" by lr. J C. Kowe. Iimm-diatelv
protect b-k'phnk-ciminiinica!)oii. I; 'afu-r the n-renmny thcnxiple left f
reads, 'That any -rsn alio wnig- j Washington Thcr will ri-tuni t
tully obtains or altmipts to ..hum, niM an I l- at h..mc at Mr T I
any kuowlclv a tel. pli-.iia-com-, hill.m s
nniuication by coiniiaii-e with a' . The vain was a very hapt
clerk, oper.it. mess iig,T or otherioiH- and a large gathering wilnesst d
employe of a Meph.Hie ctHiiiunv ; I tlu-nurruigr in the ln'sutifullv deci
or U-ing sis h clerk, oH rator. nn-s ! rated elmn h. Mr. Wristou It-e w
scugiT or wuer rmplove, willullvj liest man and llrs S II. Hudson, sis
divulf?- to any hut the rs..us for terof the bride, was dame of lion.
whom it was intended, the contents and Miss Annie Smith was maid i f
of a teleplHinic ini-ssiige or dispatch honor Tl- attendants were Mr
intrusted to him for transmission or Itavis An.ilield with Miss Kate Fair
Mirriair of Two Popular Couple. I Rev. nr. Prolar Married. I
Mr. Julius Waller Lancyamt M iss j f """"'' - t-mnmt
Wilms Armtirld were married last I Tliankstnving imbuing at 10.
Wii)iH-.Uy evening. The o remony o'ckck, Kev. M. l. L l"resi4r and
ecum-d at eight o'ek-tk in (V-utral Mua Fthe Bnm were united in
Meth lit i !,ur. h and was erf. mel marriai?- at the homeirf tlie bride
delivery, or the nature lla nf, shall
Is guilty of a misilemeaiKr.' "
"Squire JailiS. Little, the amiable
and faithful carrier on Mute Xo. 1,
has a regulation rural carrier's coat,
the cut and material prescnlicd by
the governim nt. It is of Confederate
gray, with brass buttons, and cut
exactly in the square-cornered shae
now uset ly old t onreilerates at
their reunion. Squire Little hadn't
worn this coat for some time until
the other day - since the reeoirniiioii
of the so-called Id-public of Panama 1 ,V,1V hiteorguinlie and carried bou
Put an Few Si.-ip.
I) fir inrklr.
Btkfd Vnunuin Tmnt.
4uilralla. l'.'Hi.m l l.ymwiw. ollvtt
R.i4t Smnn Turhy,
IHnil.tiiHt with OjMler l)riillif,
Marmulw of Chlokf n Salad,
Maa-nolla Ham. Canilli-a f-amllna Varna.
UaiNininl mill I'hre-.
Vanilla Crram nil M.irrl.l hurj Clirrrira.
Mlif.lNul-. Krem-h Coltw.
Mrs. Ik-lk was assisted in designing
and in siieriutenling the prepara
tion of the dinner by Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Fletcher and Mrs. K. B. Ashcraft,
and in entertaining by Miss Bessie
Simpson and Miss Aliene Fletcher.
When you want t pleuant pureitive
try Chamlirrlain'i Stomach and Liver
Tablets Tbey r easv to talis aud
produce no nauaea, griping or other
(liaaKreeahlc tU'ct. Vot salt by Dr.
S. I. WrUh sad C. N. Simpioa, Jr.
Death of Mrs. Nancy Outen.
Mrs. Xancy Outeu, widow of Ja
cob Outen, who died about a year!
ago, died ou November 22nd, at
her home four miles south of Mon
last August. Funeral services were
conducted at Macedonia Baptist
church on Monday of last week by
Kev. J. A. Itivcns, and the remains
were buried there.
Mrs. Outeu was a daughter of the
lute Briton Parker, a man well
knowu in the county In his day.
From early girlhood she was a
faithful member of the Methodist
church, ami was known among her
neighbors as a woman of deep piety.
During a lung and painful illness
she bore bersuuVring with bravery
and christian fortitude. She was a
most devoted wife and mother and
leaves a large family and circle of
friends to mourn her departure.
Nine children four sons and Ave
daughters survive her. The sons
are Messrs. J. W., J, R, Walter,
aud Raymond Outen, aud the
daughters are Mesdanie K. B. La-
ney, W. w. underbnrk, Wesley
Helms and Henry Pennegar, and
Miasca Janie, Kllie and Lydia
i ne members ot me lanniy re.
quest The Journal to express their
sincere thanks to neighbors and
frlenda fur tbs many kindnesses
received during their mother's 111
One Hundred Dollar a Box
Is the value H.A. Titdals, Bur.i mer
lon. S. C, placta en DeWitt's Witch
Haael Salve. ' He ssyi: "I bad the
piles for so yaan. I tried maoy doc
tors sod nedicinss, but all (ailed ei
cept DeWitti Witch Haxel Sal re. It
eared wis." It Is ft eoaibiastioa of the
hesliat properties of witch hazel with
aatiaeptics sod otollieotet relieTea
sjd permaneotlr Cures blind, bleed
ing, itcbiog sad protradioi piles.
sores, cuts, bruiae, ectasia, salt rbaeaa
sod sll ikio diaesaee. Sold by Eusliah
Diu Co. sod . J. Walah. ....
The next thing to be desin-d
cold light. All light which wean
now able to produce is nine-tenths
heat and one tenth light. Indeed
we now consider heat and light as
the saino tiling. 1 bis makes light
too costly. Xow, in one iMiunil of
cont ineiv is enoiign energy to make
light enough to illuminate with mam
lay brilliamy every street ami alley
every nouse, every barn, every cellar,
every garret and every other place in
.Monroe lor one whole minute. The
iroiil.Ui is in getting the light in
stead of the heat. I lid we have this
erfeet light, there would be no
darkness in our cities, towns and on
our public highways, and the crimes
that llourish under the friendly cloak
or darkness would cease,
The third invention or discovery
is now almost in sight. It is the
perfection of wireless telegraphy,
The human throat is a wireless tele
graph instrument, the ear is a rccciv
er, and every time we talk we send a
win-less telegraph message. The
organs of the throat start vibrations
in the air, the cur of the person who
listens picks up these vibrations,
which is sound. Now, the wireless
telegraph instrument sends out vi
brations in the ether and a receiving
instrument picks them up and regis
ters them. The process is being
made more perfect every year. Mes
sages have been sent across the ocean.
But there is one great dilliculty yet.
If several persoi4arntalkiiigat(Hice,
none ran lie heard. That is exactly
the present trouble with wireless
telegraphy, Mora than one instru
ment at work at once confuses all.
When this invention is perfected,
great stations liko New York will re
ceive the news of the world every
hour and Hash it out to the uttermost
parts of the globe.
loday no man can make a biscuit
quicker than Adam and Kvc could.
It taken eight months to grow the
wheat and get it ready to be made
into biscuits. Yet thcrf s not an
earthly tiling in a biscuit except
water and charcoal. hen our chem
ists linil out how to put charcoal ami
water together in their laboratories.
the great problem of how to make
artificial food will bo solved, and the
world's work w ill le changed in a
day. When we learn (o moke breail
and meal without the slow process
of nature, the world's population can
tie increased indnliimtely, for we
will then need no ground hi farm,
and the sweating toil of mankind
will largely ceases
1 he tilth "dream was of a discov
ery whereby the sun's heat wliich is
poured so abundantly, upon the earth
and wasted, can be converted into
power, aien arc struggling touay
for power, and the struggle is cen
turies old. Yet we have untold power
all around us and don't know how to
use it. On a small space of ground
enough ower falls from the sun
every day to run all the machinery
in North Carolina. How to use it is.
the question. When we pnd out, the
great problem of obtaining power
H)wer for which th muselus of the
human urm, those of the horse and
ox, the steam engine and dynamo
are used will have been discussed.
When will all these things be found
out? Ah, no man knows. They may
Rash upon the world without a mo
ment's notice, as did the discovery of
radium, or it may take centuries. To
dream of them and expect them re
quires not half so great an effort as
would have been demanded of our
fathers to believe that we should, in
our time, be able to look through the
human body (l)r. Smith hmsclf op
erate '!' x-ray machine), or do many
of tec cqn)moiilaco tlimgs of our
JJey, W, V, HouoycutMately paa
tor of the Monroe circuit, and Kev,
Mr. Bradley of Concord circuit, the
new pastor, changed their respec
tive fields last Friday. Tbey both
moved throngh the conutry, too.
Whewl what a day 'twas to drive
thirty-odd mllea through the coun
try. But if there la anything (bat
can down a "circuit rider," it
hasn't yet manifested itself In cold
weather or swollen streams or bad
roads. Among Mr. Iloneycutt'a
household goods that he moved
with htm was big tub of celery
which he will transplant. He bad
a fine qusutity of it la bis garden,
and after selling Ave dollars' worth,
packed up tb other and moved it
by the Initcd States. Heine ban
tcred as to whv he put on his seces
sion coat at this time, 'S.iiiire Little
replies with the usual merry twinkle
in his eye that "secession is not what
it used to be."
0 o u
I was in Monroe twenty -one years
ago this fall," said Mr. John L Kim:
of (Snvnshoro.aho visited Mr. K. A.
Armheld last week. ' W hen I got
Here turn time I was nil turned
around till I s.iw the old Sliute A
Startles Garner, then I got straight
lou have a pretty town now, for cer
tain. When 1 was here Irfnre 1 sold
twenty-two hundred dollars' worth of
loljitcco in one day."
lev. Mr. Walter Crowell with Miss
Ivah Bagliy, Mr Carl Blakenev wttii
Muss Maggl.- Ijnev. Mr. (ileuii Wolfi
with Miss Pattie U-e The usher
were Messrs. Frank F.liglish, (in
Henderson. I. P. M Lirty and Frank
Austin. Miss Maggie Crowell pre
suliil at tlie piano with great skill
The bride was prettily dressed in
travelling gown of blue, and carm
n-s and lillies of the vallev Tin
dame of honor won- white albatnass
and carried pink pses. The mai
of honor and the bridesmaids all
"Providence may have its hands
on us and prevent us doing things
when we don't know it," said Mr.
J X. Biglrunof Jackson township the
other day. ".,w, there la a big r. k
m the road near my house, which I
have promised myself a hundred
tunes to take up. Now, I'm glad I
didn't. The oilier day 1 was driving
along that rond with a big load of
lumU'r, and my tc;m ran away. I
full helwccu tlie wheels, just as the
hind wheel of the wagon struck that
rock. This caused the heavy wheel
to jump clear over me. After the
wheel passed over, the I Is-r which
had liegiin to drag, struck, knocked
mo over ami bruised me up some.
but that rock saved me. Xo, sim-e.
i ii never tukc that rock up now'
Frank Chambers, colored, of White
Store, Anson county, advertises the
iss of certificates of bank stock in
!us issue. "I was up here at the
association, said Frank, "and some-
IkkIv robbed me or 1 lost it one. I
had also between twelve an 1 fifteen
'Mars in cash with it." It was sug
gested to Frank that darkies who
could lose bank stock ami cash like
that must lie getting ulong pretty
well. The answer was given by the
great big, brawny, copper skiii fel
low in a truly modest wuv. "Well.
we make enough to live on," he said.
Flank own between four and live
hundred acres of land and operates
ing I. inn mid a small store.
Mr. K. V. Houston, who. with Sc-
lieitor Robinson mid Sheriff Horn,
made a trip down in Lines Creek a
few days ago, says that the numlier
of fat hogs he saw down there made
him think of old times. He savs the
folks dow n there make com, and a
plenty of it, which gives them great
big fat hogs. And then Mr. Houston.
told the story of the old blue sow-
but that s another story.
I nets of pink carnations.
The couple received manv U-auti
fill presents. Both are very npular.
Jlr. Umey is a sou of Mr. (i. M. I .a
uey of Buford township. Ihiring the
several vears that he has lived in
Monroe he has won the esteem of all
by his manly bearing. Mrs. ljmev
is a daughter of Mr F.. A. Armtield
clerk of the Siierior Court, and is a
lady of accomplishments and grail's
of character and mind.
n Thursday night following the
almve wedding, the groom's best
man, Mr. Wriston b-e, was himself
married. His bride is the daughter
of the late ('apt. L. A. . Turner
.Miss i an le. i ins marriage was u
home one, urui'iing at the residence
of the bride's mother, Mrs Martha
Turner. Unite a little gathering of
the relatives of Uitli the bride and
groom Slim-milled to w itness the cere
mony, which occurred at 8 30, lr
! Kowe obViating. Several licautifiil
present wen ni-eived. among them
a line china set of ljr pieces, from
the brides mother. After the cere
moliv an elatmrate supm-r was
served. The bride is anu ng Mon
roe's most prettiest and sipulur
young ladies. 1 he groom is a mem
ln-r of the loiistiui-lee Supply Com
pany, and during the several years
of Ins residence in Monroe has be-
eome to occupy a high place in (hi
esteem of all w ho know him.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Dipesta all classea of food, tunes and
strengthens the stomach and digeative
orgaua. Cures dyspepsia, indigestion,
atouiach trouUes aud mates rich red
blood, health and strength. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure rebuilds wornout lis
tuea, purines, strengthens and sweet
ens the stomach. Gov. G. W, Atkin
son of W. Va., says: "I have used a
number of bottles of Kodol Dyspepaii
Cure and have found it to be a very
criective and, indeed, a powerful rem
edy for atouiach ailments. I recom
mend it to my friends." Sold by Eng
h,!i Drug Co. sud S. J. Welsh,
Tn Urn Kilil.ir i.l Tin- Juuriial ;
n last Thursday the employees
of Belk Bros , Charlotte and Monroe,
were made the happy recipients of a
Thanksgiving feast at the handsome
residence of lr. J. M. Belk, and it
goes without saying that the menu
was all that heart could desire . And
it is with genuine pleasure that we
thank our employers for their kind
and generous remembrance of us.
and rest assured it will be long re-
mi -inhered by
T'hk Kmi'Loykks ok Bki.k Bms.
Head About to Burst From Severe
"I had severe bilious attack and
felt like my head aa about to burst
heu I gut hold of a tree sample ol
Chanibei Iain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. I took a dote ol them alter sup.
per and the nut day (ell like a.ue
man and have been (feline happy ever
since," says Mr. 1. W. Smith ol Miff.
Tea. For biliousness, stomach tioublcs
and constipation these tablets have uu
equal. Price jj cents. For sale by Dr.
5. J. Welsh sud C, N. Simpson, Jr.
I Mil' I make your fruit cakes out
of old crop raisins aud currants.
but cull nt Burner & Huey's and
get the new crop for less money.
Call for Welsh's cheap Crockery.
Try a box of those nice soda
crackers for fij eeuts a pound nt
ii iinei la j mcj e.
Not s minute should be lost when a
child show s symptumt of croup. Cham
berlain's Coush kemcdy given ss aoon
as the child becomes hoarse, or even
after the croupy cough appears, will
prevent the attack. It never fails, and
is pleasant and safe to take. For sale
by Dr. S.J. Welsh sud C.N . Simpsoo.Jr.
To Cure a Cold In one Day
Take Laiative KromoOuiuine Tablets.
All druggists refund tlie money if il
faili tocurt. E. W. Crove'i signs
tore is on each boa. n cents.
'il Cases Van Cnmp com hominy
just received at Burner & Huey's.
See our handsome Furniture; get
prices and you will chuckle over
the bargains. Monroe Furniture
r0 Kegs liest soda for sale chi-ap
ut lii uner & Huey's. -
Monroe Furniture Co.'s store is
packed and .jammed with bargains
lan-nts, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. ltnmn
of Buford. Rev I. A Snider othci
atmg. The attendants wi re Miss F.mma
IV-slar and Mr. Jesse Helms, Miss
l.ula IWUr and Mr. Marvin Man
gum. Miss Maud Bn..in and Mr. W ill
Preslar. Miss KaU B n aud Mr
After the ceremony the bridal
arty pnaiiil.il to Mount Pleasant
church. lu re Thanksgiving sen ice
wen- coliiiuclcil oy liev. Mr. Milder
Mr. and Mrs. J'n-slar have niam
friends who j..iii in wihing then,
much success und happiness in life
1ST GOODS, IOTIOSS, CLGTEliC, GISTS" rDLHSSIICS, UT
m SL'CS STORE H E05E0L
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Advertiaements will be inserted it
this column st the price of one ceut a
wurd, cash in aJvauce.
I I'ST received four car loada shiuglei
I sud laths.
L. H. Thompson, Thune No. i,
I IANTED A teacher to teach
II public tcboot at Beulah church.
in Saodv Kidce towoship, I'nioo rou.
ty. H.C. Apply st once to S. W
Stewart, Monroe, R.K.D. No. .
t'CTION SALE-1 will sell at cub
lie anctiou, at my residence tbret
miles north of Muuroe (the Hulk old
place), on Monday, December 7th, twt
mules, three head of cattle, farming
tools, wagon, mower, bay rake, lut ol
corn, shucks, fodder and hay.
J. M. Benton
II ANTED Seed cotton, corn, etKi,
II chickens, etc
AKM FOR SALE I will sell foi
cash or (or part rath, payable in
several successive years, 115 acres ol
land 3 miles from Monroe, with new
house, uew bam, and oue horse farm
open on it. Possession can be given
at once. Frank Armheld
PHKISTMAS is coming, ud you will
o need your gun. Hum: it on and
let me tin it before the rush.
Ew STOKE ! NEW STOKE! I
have opened up a nice hue ol
heavy and fancy groceiics, dry goods,
shoes, hats, notions, etc., at Mineral
SpnuL-s, N. C. My stock is Dew and
up-to-date no shoddy goods. My
motto ia, "liny for cash, sell lor cash;
short profits and quick sales." No
charges to took. Come aud see the
bargaius I am ottering and get prices.
Look tor me later. Yours for trade
M, M. Winchester.
WANTED Seed cotton, cotton seed,
corn, peas, chickens and eggs.
ighest prices paid.
C. J. liraswell, Judith, N. C.
CCHOOL books, slates, tablets, peus,
paper, pencils, etc. lull line st
J. brsswcll's store, Judith, N, C.
WA NTED Twenty tons of hay.
E. A, Armtield & Sons.
OK the highest market price on
Hides tee j. D. Tarter.
A BIG lot of new Jewelry just in and
at low prices lots of it at cost
al Welsh's Drug Store.
REMEMBER you can get the "beat
fresh meat at J. D. Parker's mar
ket, l'boue No. 01.
OW is the time to sow crimson clo
ver. Go to Welsh's for the seed.
FOR KENT Two desirable store
rooms north of the court bouse.
Apply to Mrs. T. II. Simpson.
BETTER prepared than ever to fur
nish nice turnouts on short notice
aud at reasonable pi ices.
H. A. Winchester.
TJKING your chickens and eggs to
S. H. Hudson, next to Journal
PALL at S. II. Hudson's for Fleish-
L man's compressed yeast.
THE hunting season will soon be
here. Get your guns ready before
the rush. Brooks Myers.
WANTED One thousand geese,
quick. M. C. Broom.
for jour kind tnriU and appreciation shown by a vciy gciM-ruu
patronage. Urn- co,Ln have come and p.ne and ajrain they have
dime and we in He you AiAIX to collie and relieve our over
llow iiig sin hes iu all depaitmeuts.
New Goods Arriving
nearly all the time kiejis us ready ami anxious to serve you.
Aiuoiik the latest mi nals you wiil liud new wool j;o.l -Slel-tons.
t'hev iots. Serves. Fnosllake Siuin s, Silks lor waists,
routs ami skirts. New thm-d lined und mein-i i.nl Waist ins
noiu 1.1 10 .u cents the yanl.
JI ism-s' and Indies' Cloaks from !hi eents
thi-s- some very elegant armi nls.
A lot of Ladies' Nei kwear that has called forth (be warmest
praise and is goinj: like hot cakes.
The best line of Kid liloves we have ever shown to sell from
45 eeuts to l.."0, an i-spii-ially j;ood value for " tnits.
We eaii't give pi.. 1110, -nee to all. but our .Men's Clot hing aud
Shoe Ik-partmeiils me wmthy of it.
A new lot f Mm - H its the latest styles just received.
to I4.M timoiur
Have you ever L'iw-ii it a tluiuuht.'
vital ion to some friend's inai riae the
your ininil is
When joii reeeive an iu
liist tiling that conies to
iS? What Shall I Give?jg?
Xow, that iiiestion is very easy to answer w heu yon come to
Headipiurters. If you will call aud see the largest and hund
Stniiest line of
Cut Glass and French
Hand Painted China
yon will have 110 more trouble when you reeeive an invitation.
Our mammoth stock of Holiday goods is uow ready for your
The W. J. Rudge Co.
Don't Blame the Cook if
Your Bread Is Poor,
Itut in the future buy rorceluin Patent Flour. It is the best
flour that can Im proilm 1 .1 by moilern machinery mid nothing
but the liiiest wheat 'M omi is used in its inuiiufaeturc.
Just arrived: Xe. Cmji Out Flukes, I'repuictl liuckwheat
Flour, Mountain liuekwhent Flour, New Maecaroiii, Strained
Honey, Imported Syrup, Fin Money Tickles.
If you w ant the finest cup of collee you ever drunk, try a
package of Premier Coffee, and Is-sides getting the finest Collee
you also get a Kodgera Silver After Pinner Collee Spoon iu ev
Kcccived every week by express Xunnally's Fine Chueohttes
and lion lions. Fresh Cakes, ('nickel's und Wafers received
Xcw crop nuts
Iiruuer & Huey's.
of nil kinds at
All kinds of school supplies at
Welsh's Drug Store blank books;
crayon, paper, pens, ink, pencils,
at lowest prices at Welsh's.
I am Ready
to show you a tint lot of Chrbtmu Presents.
The Sooner You Get Ready
th better off you will be, as you will have a
much better line to select from.
Anything; in the Jewelry Line. Fancy Japanese
Vases and other goods. Fancy Clocks. Silver
Novelties., China Celery Bowls. Cake Plates,
and many other novelties.
Look over my stock and make your selections
W. R, LJNRBAGK,
The Jeweler, 1 Monroe, N.C.
ALL at S. II. Hudson'! and get s
U boa of Headly's canities.
GIN REPAIRING Iking me your
broken and disabled Kiins and have
them put in first class order.
NOTICE TO PEBTORS. Parties
owing me for professional services
will find the accounts with Mr. Philip
Whitley or Mr. H. W. Pusser, and s
prompt payment of all accounts is re
quested to be made to either of the
above gentlemen. A. D. N. Whitley.
The best Line of
for the money.
tfonroe Hardware Companj
R. REDFEARN, Mgr.
j tug Linflseo Grocery Go.
Our buyer has just returned from the
West with two ear loads, our second supply
for this fall. If you want one, a dozen, or a
car load, it will pay you to come to see us.
We have and keep in stock all kinds at right
prices. Heed this notice and we will save
E. A. Armfield & Sons.