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TEE MONROE JOURNAL
It. F. BEASLEY. t
Tl'ESDAY, Dt-ceruber 1$, 190J.
"Will the farmer go wild plant
ing cotton next spring?" ask live
(i&ttia Garotte. The Gazette is in
clined to think that if the price stays
lip till planting time there will be a
big inert'...-? in acreage. The Raleigh
Time b-n"t think to. "Labor,"
wys the Times, "is becoming more
and more'iiucertaiii ami difficult to
obtain. Tin- farmers know this and
will guvern their planting according
Iv. What- more, Uie laljor of the
Smth. is dfstim-d to be !. aud less
desirable for the farmers. As nogre
(n-luiitl ihnises multiply aud his inter
est in education is intensified, so ill
the probability of a large cotton croj
diminish. Cotton chopping in the
spring and cotton picking in the fall
don't take up with the educated of
either race." There is too much truth
in this. Hut the mint is this: that
intelligent labor is not going to fol-
low unprofitable pursuits. If cotton
chopping and cotton picking are to
be made profitable by the increased
demand for the staple, white labor,
at least, w ill be willing and glad to
follow the pursuit in counties like
We all like to read the story of the
man w ho did it not the one who can
tell somebodv else how to do it. Such
is the article in this paper headed.
"How 1 Ktiilt I'p a Worn-Out Farm."
This is a very interesting story, but
there is one thing lacking to make the
interest complete for Journal readers:
Mr S,'.,tt ilin'l raise cotton. So
next week we shall publish the stop
of Mr. K. W. H.aw .-y. who. uih.ii grad
uating at the State I'niversity, told
hisclassiiiatestliat he was going home
to take a course in agriculture under
his father. His course taught him
how t make cotton at three cents
lie is the 'To' rarmer." who lias just
returned from a three months' bridal
We are interested in the adminis
tration of justice down in our neigh
boring town of I'hestertield. They
do it so unipiely. We watch the
columns of our valuable contempo
rary, the 1'hesteiiield Advertiser, to
see what is doiin: in this line each
week. Some tune ago a
strangers, without viibh
support, landed from a freight train
The Journal sill be obliged to some
of it friends if they will explain why
so tuanv people are moving from the
cvtuntry to town just at this particu
lar time. Of all time, it would seem
to be now the out when people oul J
think most of staying on the farm
a time marked by high prices and
much better pmnpects tlun usual
Yet the moving is far greater than
usual and, to ns, (iuiU; uuvunted
We always thought we had a pretty
juod liking for Judge W. S. O B.
ltobiuson; now we kuow it. We
like a free man who ran speak when
it is necessary.
June bug. Weevleudcoiigratula
lion. Judging froundxrvatUn,
I think the wedding U lls will ring
Marsh v ilk News.
r.-ll.lrlM" trf I he J.tirn.1.
Marshvdle. Ui 11 The lady
teacher of Marsh wile Academy are
raismi? nioncv to cue the hall a new
coat of paiut for Christmas.
ilr. r. L. Aiitry nas sow ins mm
of groceries aud will move to Wades
hon in the near future.
Mrs. 11. B. Marsh and Miss lna
Wilhoit attended the Baptist State
convention at Charlotte list week.
Mrs. . W. Ashcraft left Wednes
day morning for Mars Hill to visit
Mr. J. M. Fairley and son wenn
town Saturday buying cotton.
Mrs. Iera brake and Miss F.llen
Pinkston of Vadeboro visited their
ici..r Mm V. L. Autrv last week.
Mrs. Sarah Flake of Wadesbore
vwiIimI tvlative here last week.
Mrs. Jas. Griflin and Miss Wilma
Terry of Wing-ate were here shop
ping one dav last week.
Mr. J. E." Bailey went to Hamlet
Rev J C. Mtvk and wife spent to
day at Mr M K Lee
Mr. J. E. Moore of M rvcn was in
tow n today.
The students of Marshville Acad
emy are making preparation fer
thein -nt(rT;innniMit Christmas. Prof.
...... - . . t
lVi.d ami his assistants are doing MU
holidays are over in thut tvniiuuu
il ,.. 1jv last week one fell.
DH AT1NQ TO THE 1 SrrUin !S from aiw ,
K BUC school.
COVTIN1 ED rP TkCK ONE-1
Educatioa af the Youth.
W n!lr tut lb S.-H..J I ...
Th that au education is some
thing that enable a per make
a living will t work is a very hurt
ful error. The rigtit una 01 eu.i. .1
tion qiahfirt a man to work to the
best advantage. One who does 1.0.
aud will not woikisno good tot.ie
EdmatKai giv.-s to the you' a
standing and inlbteihv ill society
n honest ecupatioii is an ni:a!
demeut 111 nuuhooil and a plain re
quirement from il.
This practical training 111 wh -ol
enable a person to discover the U st
wav u.doevervllmig.;uid th.-s.' who
have this training save time aim .a
t.r, beeaue they have a pewtua!
view aud cau do it m the most com
it in.l ac! unoil the vn-
elusions of every thing he undertak.-s
To bmbl air castles is one oi i.w
charactensts of the youth, ami in"
often have imortant tearing i-n
after life and soon terminate in ami
and purpose. Inclination and pur-
(.ose manliest liicte.seiM-s ,. ..
life. A dreamer is often used as a
f,.r failure, but the
world owes more to the dreamer than
is upMsed. Had it not Uviifor tlic
dreamers the world would have been
destitute of its best discoveries and
mivniMiis. The youth who tin's not
build castles in the air is not apt to
ii.um im-hiw A youth who
is not educated to study and plan for
the future, will enter life ithout any
Tl,., .,rl,l' nuMt successful Ulell
..r.. 1 who hail high aims and
purxscs. Not failure, but low aim
is a crime. Onr most imortant les
sons are learned at liar I schools
Life's best blessings lie along nuigl
Pads; its richest treasures are urn
den Uhind rugged rocks.
Nothing is impossible for the man
,.),., ..ill mid can work with hand
irain. 1 lie most gitteti nun
ot minute boulJ l lut aliea
K. F. I-. I1- 't fe report-1 fbildthow -oiptomol eioop. Cfc-
edtbat Mr J. W. Oees hap- Keium .uon Kcinfor tivrB 11 uxm
,,lly married to Mr. Itunn Ma kel tb. ch.lj lW.m bo.,-. r ..
I , . i..ht .t U le rroovr rou4h nru. will
hau,y 00 U l huiJ. night ! , tlir , Jk. f,.lU ,nJ
the reideiM of Mr. . V . M wart e r,Mof lnJ o uke lot M
near Urulah t-hureb. Mr. ill , t (t s j XVf.th tai c s smrw.Jr.
shell oltieiating. Quite a large
.timber of relative aud fneiMl Fell llirounh tlx Earth.
itn.w.l iliftvrenionv. and at last , u-a. 1-i.p.H-s. wi.
th..v weiv a"hai.t a a There con.lnnat.oo in lh lowo
of lleulrr, lu Slat! jrjhir. A Ban
luU illm tliroii. li a ttierl vntrr
day, tudtlruly tank through tb loot
i.g i n w in n..j: - ' th- lk .., ,n..i
more than few time before the, . . j j Aa
tttruipt to rvtctw bim wrrc Iruilleu.
aiuv lu the poiMHiow titt. A tan
rial ri vie a held today near llir
aeul out to his work a usual iu i spot vheie the man au. ltal
A week of royal opportunities for money saving To-day! opportunity and ad-
vantage will meet you at our door ana nnroauce you o we uciu ui imc
aiiv which await you here at satisfaction's citadel. V
trnJVJ by the mayor and the member
l Hie coiHralion. The loot council
it now (annr, the problem ot bow te
deal with the dituscd coal which
uuJerniine l!ie dutrict.
ihe morning and wheu be retiirm-d
111 the evening his w lie had oivip
l'itietl and he has in.t mtu her
iiiie. It is un less to say mat lie
m..,, .inn un.l Tom IVrrvof! Itilious Colic IVeventcd.
Wiiigate visit"! their wsler, li.j Take 1 double doaeot Chamberlain
.1. t. Moore, last Saturday and. Colic, Cboleia and Diarrhoea Kemedv
jjutljJV I iHn th 6rt inuiratian 01 we
Mr. W. T.Stewart. keeer of 1 Vr" .
, . . , M '... : tack may be warded oh. Huudredsol
the.Miu.ty home at Monroe. nl , . ,
. i. : 1 . .. ; 1. w.i 1 1 1
l.lH 1 '" " " ' "
ith perleot urcM. for le by Dr
S j. WeUh nd C. N. Simpon, Jr,
I 'ta...li. klt. lit
l.4 live 'doliars U-4 Saturday in! Burned Mis Competitor' Store.
Moiirm-. and would be very thank- 7 '"'TZ
Jul to the tinder for it return ':,,; couducteJ . tullll or t.r,n
, , .. 1 poktoRice. hi milea eaat ot here, lost
Mr, W. 1. Haw held has his f , . o( toother w.ih all
"nhone line almut eomtdeted to hl. h,...holJ and kitchen (uruiture
Uikers. and will soon le nbleto'by fire, which tat auppoaed by tome
w.v Il.II.c ( have been ol inceudiarr onein
Mr. It. II. Howie left this morn-! There wa no development! until thia
when a conlesaioo created a
lll; lor t "Hi" li' mmiw ,,,,, -
ci iul 11s iurvmau.
The following is the name of
fust honor pupils in the Wesley
Chanel loaded School for month
fleets have Ixt-ii developed lit hard
'.schools. Unheulties develop man
hood. There is no true life witlmu!
coiitlict; no success without toil So.
if we would gam the prize, we im:st
pay the prni- by overcoming the
ranks of resistance.
1.MMA P. Ill STI R
lWtitli. N. f.
1 There will W a public debate
Wednesday night, the 23rd inst . at
I '11 i. hi i' ille to which the public is
The Youth' Companion In IW4.
As the years increase The Youth's
Companion endeavors to keep pai-e
with them in all that is wise, lieauti
ful and progressive, and not only to
retain but to deserve the honorable
and e u-eptionaliy high place it holds
in the confidence and affection of
three generations of readers. The
greatest living authors in all branches
of literatim' continue to contribute
to it. I..... 1... 11,. ,,., ,.i The .incrv f,.r il.s-
Among the important siT.es, dar- -; h,.al
deles will be one oil the occupation J; ' . .
f the farmer m many ,,s of - - V' ilrtljtlw.
world -- m Fngland. in Ireland, ,,v M,rs. Willie I-ove
India, 111 Aigenuna. etc. L, ,1 Mclod' S.vre,t ; the iiegatae
of The loinpainon, desirilung the
ouple of principal features of I lie ( onipan-.'
IUl.aiWllf iol,;snewv.1,unc,wi!lK.s,nttoauy y ny M ,,n
adnressiree. , v K ,.. , v ,.-mU,r ml, s.lin
The new suhscritier for ItH'l ill :.. '. ' . 1 . . .........
and the ot.icer nabl,d ,!,, on thej 1W(,lv ,,u. lsM,es of Tln.
Suspicio that they had W.Wi I?nh.n for the reu,ai,,ii,g flinushl complete with gi..d
against the new bank. The editor 11.1 fn fren the time ol : s 1 s. 1 , k , ,, (,'f Knnlluli
this wo k informs his readers that '': a ,vnt f lW , the public. ,
'district Xo. ti. .Moiir.K township
ors and p.hl. , T Kl.lll,.Illt. were trustees for
TlIK 10I TII S ( OMIMNION, . ' i l l il ... I.,ll it,..
lllllTkelevSt.,llosto,Mass.! " -ihU.rliHi that bu.lt th.
Vestef Jav Chat. A. Setzer. who alu
rum a atole at Caraon. went about
half a mile to a neighbor'! houte and
.... 1- .n..,ru . I., wtin aiianM-leil
1. it... ,1,1.. t!..,..l.t . 1 .. . '
eiuiiug i iiu.iv. iw. 11111. i.(i.i. ot ijuhhiik me atore. uo oeius id
.M.miv l.emia How ie, Till grade; otinrJ ol several peraona under iu
, YVhieliesti'i. I.leeii Haw 1 nlrinn St-Ir aaid thev did not do it
lield, l'n stoii Ilawlield. lith pnide:. He then ataleJ he et fire to the atore
p.iisv Helms llauipton Price, hunwli; that he had talked to a youns
Jam.'- Haw Held, Dannie I'lylw, ' man named McGe. about Wilkinwu
.. viiim- near v a the tiade. and aiked
van rnce...a.,e rre.? ua . in ; ; Jo , kf ep nim ,roro
Pi ice. Agues Hons.-, oth ptade; McG ,0j ,,,,,,
tame I-metier. I ut tie Money, , ,. ,,.. .., ..,,1 ,i.,, 1.. j.j
Amelia Ilawlield, Lelia Wint lies- v;(Uer ,nj Mctice were both arrested
ter. III Prie-, Amy Hoiim', Koseijud aie in the custody of an officer,
Winchester. Uh grade; Tom Wolf, heme held by order of a justice of the
'.'lid itrade. Second honor pupils: peace tor enaminaliou,
Vernon Moore. 7th grade: A vera
Rector of St. Luke',
Big Valuer Hitched to Small Pricey.
Good Yard Wide Bleachin at 5c 10c yd. Cannon Cloth only 8c
Barker Mills best yard wide Bleaching 7 12 cents.
Men's Suits and Overcoats.
All wn.d tluv Wonted, reeular and alim.
10.tW value, IMW
atra good unfinished Worsted, the fl.i
kind, thi e k 10.00
Big Job, Special Counter of 15.00 to 7.50
Suit, your choice,...... et.SS
Meu a Milt . i. .a io eia.w
Hoy' Odd Coat Wet.
Meu'a Odd Coats H eenU to 13.00
Immense Hue lanU from our Piedmont
FaM-tory 9S cent to 13.98
Ask to see our 3 Stetson Hats, our pried, 11.75
Unmatchable Values in Dress Goods.
M inch SnitiiiR, ' cent crude, .VI rent
100 piece all -wool Homespun, Xihilene,
Yeuitian, Melnwe, (!ranite Cloth, Cheviots
all shade and Mack, at -VI cents
30 Inch all wool Flannel, cheap at 1.1 els.,
our price, Xlceut
English Broadcloth 95 cents.
New lot Cream Broadcloth Bedford Cord and
Brilliantine at popular prices.
7 c Uiughaiu, in Kcninauts, only 5 cent
Cloaks, Jackets, Skirts and Furs.
Everything desirable in separate walking and Dress Skirts from cheapest to best
08 cents to 16.75. We have reat values and have done a big business in ladies
and misses' Jackets. All the newest styles. Complete stock. Don't wait too long.
Call, shake hands, see our prices, and you will remain to ouy irom
Plvler. Tom Hirers. (.Ill crude:
Clyde BiCj.'ers.r.tb trade; Joe Dec. -HAM. ,. Ttsnnrs to thi
lialw Helms, John Winchester. Ith ,,, ,,, A,1TS ut . iianhulaih s
jjiadc; Addle Fret'inan. Ioyd I'riee, , 40lr,H ih-ukdv.
Uiwsoii Priee. Frank Helms, .".id Ashluirnlum, Out., April iH, 100.1
(.lade; I.issi Presley, l.ioah Craijs. ; I thitik it is only ukIH that 1 (hould
.'ml jjrade. ' u-ll yuu hat a wonderful ettect Cham-
Mr. I.. I- Moore Visited fliends OtHaiu stoutii nemeuy nae piouuieu
ill Mci Llenlmi - coiintv
Cheapest Store on Earth.
, . .. 1 Tin-,!jv lid. no taster 1 was so dii-
i'ck ennu coiiiuv nisi 1 ., ,, , , ,, , ,
... 1 1,1 m' t i,.m; tressed Willi a cold and cough that 1
attended the M. 1. Hading Miik tj )e aMe ,0 ,.. , iny
, , dutii a the next day, as my voice wan
't Indian Iran .1 i,l,i i,,. o,. rnll,ll. Till
isitt d Ins sou, .Mr. loin I ol Ills ol ,auie ,j;iv
S. L. Fol hi
soir.ebody is Koini; to get into trouble
if certain nefarious practice are not
stopped. The Advertiser says :
".Some Hiip!c who come to our town
lire getting a little careless by the
way they are shooting their pistols
toivanlsdwelling houses at night.
They don't seem to realize the fact
that 'human lives are worth anything,
or at cast tln v ilon 1 care. . man
I rere'ved au order from
Oak tirove, last Saturday. you for a bottle of your courIi remedy.
Mr. .1. M. Kezi.lh savs he is iu (he I at once procured a sample butt I nJ
1 attic business, right, and unv one look about three doses of llieniedi-
Lhing to buy, sell or swap.' ill f'"e. To my great relief the tough
do well to s.,.'l,im. !' fIJ h'J. completely disappeared ,
,, ,, ., 'aud I was ah e to preach three times
Mr. Pcnegar the mail ii.au. , kPow tll,rapiJ
he w ill soon have his new inailj e(lective cure , jue l0 yor '
wagon, and be exerts to give liW;C0Kh remedy. 1 make this testimonial
put run still Intter service. without solicitation, being thankful to
Mr. K. M. Misue s.is the cor . have found such God-seut remedy.;
lesjiniiileiit wasinistakeu lust week Kespcctlully, fc.A. Langleldt, m.a., i
sivmu hat he on v had iitHiul ; hecuroiai, i.uiuiim.
L. M- THOMPSON.
Kire, Life, Accident, Health, Lia
bility and all classes of Carnality In
surance. Ouly the best aud strongest
companies represented . 1 respectful
ly solicit your business, assuring
prompt and efficient attention to til
matters. Olfice: Gordoo & Thomp
son' old stand . Phone No. I.
Hon. J. Iiryau liriine, secretary
of slate, ha issued 11 statcineul
showing that the receipts in hi of
lice for the iiscul year ending No
vember ,H). ltio.t. were ''3,!i:i.i.'.,:t1
of which t 7,000 was organi.atiou
Marshville Academy will give a
Christmas entertainment on the even
ings of the 22nd and 23rd, beginning
at 7 o'cl'X'k.
Ilnee liuudied fruit trees. He has
four hundred and twenty four, lie
sides his elm t'l'ove. which is U
very line one. 1
,.., v ...... I i. iu V " ' I ' -' ' ' - " " - " I
ridinir nloiiL' the street at niizht in a i ions were chartered iu the State
drunken e md it h hi, and tiring his pis-
tax on corpointions. More corpo-1 Ctlm,rtion with a Christmas
rations were chartered iu the State tlw n Christmas day at Stump Hill
vir than ever lie lore iu . '..... ii,,.r,.' ill In. sit II
tol into dwellings at a distance of one year.' !ing liei' bettreeii old and new sin-
Revolution Imminent. dents ol ine scn.u. men . ,ns
-r l,i...r il addresses. I lie public i in
twenty or twenty live yards, is just a
little too much.
The Advertiser says that unless
this d met ice stops the mavor will
id nt-l'm!llMM. HlwfllON
whiinlr reverse his usual IiolU'V of upks. or stomach upset. Klectric
stranircrs and let the law lake its
course. How unreasonable our neigh'
Flitht Will He Hitter.
i-i.-.e 111., imw, vi "I - " t Hoe W nO Will persist lucioniiij.
and urbanity toward Bitter will quickly diamwuber the , tMt w continual
. . .... OTi,l,lau.,iia (lailtfa. It IlPVCr fail I...: I'll.. 1.' ; .,.u V..u-
uuHuniwutv ...... recouiiueiiuitiiuu ui ji. nni), n .i w
to tone the utomach, regulate thej j)j(((.ov(1.y for Couwiniptioii, will
Kidneys and Bowels, stimuhite the ,iave4lo1(, an)i t,itt,,r tlht with
Liver, and clarify the blow). Bun- !(U(,ir (utiles, if not ended earlier
down systems beuetit particularly bv mal tnnjnation. lU-ad what
and all the usual attending ehe:T' J lwM of lwM jis( i,iu( (
vanish, niiiier lis nearcuuig mm
thorough effectiveness, hlectric
Bitter i only 50c, and that is re
if it don't eive satisfaction.
(iuiiranteed by Euglish Drug Co.
There is a great deal of difference
Mween a man's merely holding
down a job and filling the position.
Many a job is held down all right
by men who don't half fill the places.
The man who merely holds his job
sometime has great, difliculty in
keeping it from slipping away from
him, but the man who fills the place
never. Now, there' Editor Archi
bald Johnson, editor of Charity and
Children, the organ of the North
Carolina Baptist orphanage. Before
he took hold of this papt r there was
not one of this class in North Caro
lina that was worth a nip. lie made
the pajH-r powerful by standing it on
its feet and putting gray matter at
the top. Today it is read with inter
est by thousands both in and out of
that denomination, and it is the most
valuable auxiliary (hat the orphan
age cause has in the Ftate. The folks
down in Georgia heard of Mr. John
son's work and asked him to go
down and tako a job at their orphan
age at twice the salary he is getting
here. Has he gone ? Xo. Last week
the convention passed a resolution
asking the trustees of the Orphanage
to go to any necessary length to re
tain Mr. Johnson. He fills the place,
and the folk who employ him have
the trouble of holding down the job.
How we can make mountains out
of mole hills! AU the furor that has
been made over Uie "Bassctt inci
dent" wouldn't have been heard of,
and Uie article itself would have been
unnoticed, had the Jew York Bun
not accidentally fished it out of the
South Atlantic Quarterly, where Prof.
Bassett had buried it
m i ' 4a a -
A foreman on a railroad at Hun
tington, W. Va., undertook to thaw
cut some dynamite Saturday. Attkk
of it exploded, tore the foreman and
another man to piece, and wrecked
.- BUlt inu MT1 "'"ft -. ,
volt aud serious trouble in yoiir!vl,,l1
Hewimr Machines. Iiest and
1 ..l....,..,.i lt, r.,r.uk Plirnitlll-O
... ... , . , , i in"!, fl m, n nil a m.
e will soon lie m our handsome i'uln Jnyy
new hanking house ami invite our,
friends to call on us. Our business M. C. Broom ha a barrel of nice
has steadily grown and we shall home made kraut.
continue to give our customer fair. ,, . , . ..
. , , : , ii : ,i ! If you want to get money, come
and holiest service, t all iu and see 1 '
. i . .- I- IO US. II VUII Witlll IU I1U JVUI
I- low s.
Monroe Fur '.'uie Co.' store is
parked and jiiiiiiued with bargains
lor Mil .
H.w Flow' for suirar. coffee, rice.
cake, crackers, cheese and other
Trv that irood roasted coffee, 13
pounds for one dollar, at M. C.
say: "Last rail my wile nan every
svnintoiu of consumption. She took
l)r. Kinp'a New Hiseovery after
evorvtliiiiL' else had failed, liu
provement came at once ami lour
bottles entirely cured her." t iuiir
anteed bv KiiL'lish Irui Co. Price
5o. and Trial bottle free
Sweet mixed pickle at lo cents
ier pound, two pound lor .'. cents.
at M. t . lirooni s.
I No Feed Bills!
No Long Profits!
ii you Duy your a
TT - J
Buggies of 0. C. X
ah Trri n
Dia.es. vvuyr. a
W , A
nere s our awry, a
lis quic&iy ioiu, a
but it's to the point. We sell quick, so run
I Tin nn lnnsr fflftd bills. Wa sell cheaD and I
therefore sell a heap. Another fine lot of
T aniaoril1 flnlmola limt In and wa mean to I
!BIISW1UU J - ,
sell them even closer than before. Our
reputation for selling good stock at low
A A. t A. A. .
f figures 18 growing, out we warn u 10 grow
iasver yet., ou kivo us luauto.
a -nrlnad nf T-lno-tHfl lust in. Our new
buggy store will be completed in a short
t tlma and we can then disDlav our vehicles T
C. C. SIKES.
To Chamberlain Medicine Co
This leint'ily ii fur tale by Dr.
Welsh and C. N. Simpson, Jr.
mid laundry soaps
monev w here it w ill lie safely kept,
nt bring it to us. We will treat you
. The Savings, Umn trust Lo.
Three cans of good salniou at 2."
cents, at M. C. Hiooiu'.
Best Service and ;!
That combination has made my business Z
! and it is makine new customers to-day, i
f the same as it did twentv-one years aeo f
- - - .
when I first started in the drug business. I
When in need of anything phone 175.
The best Line of
for the money.
R. REDFEARN, Mf r.
PALL at S. H. Houaon. for Fleiah-
L man', compreaaej yeast.
S. J. WELSH, Druggist.
I am Ready
to show you a fine lot of Christinas Presents.
The Sooner You Get Ready
the 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. IaINEBAGK,
The Jeweler,' Monroe, N. C.
and Granite Comoanu.
Our business has been more than satisfactory since opening in
Monroe, and we now have on hand as nice a stock as can be found
at any yard in the State.
We have just received some new and specially handsome designs,
and we invite the inspection of all persons needing anything in our
No rrave. however humble, should be allowed to go unmarked.
We can make a job to suit the price you are able lo pay.
Call for designs and prices.
Carolina Marble and Granite Co,,
. E. EFIRD, Manager. MONROE, N. C.
Yards at Statesville, Salisbury, North Wilkesboro, and Monroe.
W'u'vn tailored hard and lona to
establish a reptntion for honest aud
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air ueaiiug, giving 10 uuuur u
the pound, and underselling all
compction wherever located. It
i true there are those who at time
thiuk thev niieht do better in the
towns, and we are always glad to
have them investigate, for it al
ways results that I am the cheapest
Niiw linn Ijulim' Cane and
Cloaks just io from New York.
Ibt Htlrk laudy 7 cents per
Beat Granulated Bazar 20 nound
for one dollar.
Paper Pius 1 cent.
fctet Table Spoons 5 cents.
8 day Clock, best, 11.98.
And we've tot almost auvthiuf
else yon want We have made oar
tart bv workinff cnean. aud to eel
plenty work to do we are willing
to wora curaiper.
Give na vonr orders. Wa will
me place to meet your neign dot
HENRY W. PUSSER'S,
ZOAK, V. a
We are going to manufacture Uug
gies, and in order to get considerable
more room, we will for the next thirty
days close out our entire stock of
at or about cost for tho CASH only.
Our stock is well selected and com
prises some of the latest styles. We can
suit the most fastidious. This is no
fake advertisement. We mean what
we say, arid you ean put your money in )
your pocket and come to see ns. We
will prove what we say.
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