THE KONROE JOURNAL
G. y. BEASLEY, t -
R. r". HEASLE Y. (
TUESDAY, December, u, iaoj.
The First Christina.
C And there Mere in the same eoun-
try shepherds abiding in the fit-Id
keeping watch owr their lln'k bv
i) Ami, Ui, the angel ( the Iard
came ukio t hi m, and th glory of
the Iinl s!k'Iu round aUmt them;
ami Itii-y vrre ire a.'rni.l
lit Ami the angi-l said unto them.
W ax yA : f-r. l-lhhl, I Itriiit: yon
jjl tiduifr-iof pvut joy, tthii h shall
lv U t-,i'le.
11 Kr Hutu yuii is born this day
in the city if Hixid a Saviour, which
is Christ the brd.
12 Ami this shall be a siyn unto
you : Ve shall tiiul the babe wrapped
in swaddlini; l tlus, lying in a man
13 And suddenly there a. with
the anjrl a multitude of the heavenly
luist praising tiod. and saying,
lltilory to llod in the highest,
and en earth peace, good will toward
13 Ami it came U pass, as the
angels win- pun- away fmm them
into heaven, the shepherds said one
. t.i another, U't us now pi even unto
llt thh'heni, and see this thing which
is come to pass, which the lxrd hath
made know n unto us.
Hi And they came with haste, and
found Maty ami Joseph, and the babe
lying in a manger.
17 And when they had seen , they
made known abroad the saying hich
was told them Concerning this child
And so, 'tis Christmas again. Nev
er liefore lias it appeared to us that
there were preparations for so many
Christmas trees in 1'iuon.and enter
tainments to make people happy. Mr.
W. II. Itufer. who has lived all his
life in the county, said this morning
that he had never liefore seen our
people in such a good frame of mind
and apparently so happy. Then let
us with a will ceh Urate this Christ
mas, and don't forget those who may
not lie so fortunate as we.
(COVMSt ED Willi fill! FiH I.1
A Merry Christmas la All !
Once more all Christendom kAs
at the Star of Beihleheui. As it
cuided the wise men in their journey
faun the Kast until titer presented
in worship their gifts to the infant
.losua, so may it shine as our Star of
Hope in life's uwamlerings In guide
us to the haven of the Christ
A merry Chris! nuts to all '
MliS. O. K. Cl AMiiHN.
Valiaw. X. C.
Beautiful Sentiment by a Marsh-
When the angels sang, 'Teaoe on
earth, gimtl will towards men," then
uas lmrn the true spirit of t hrist
mas, coming down through all ages
and causing our hearts to overflow
w ith good wishes for everybody and
a desire to make all glad and happy
A heaven-born sentiment in recogni
tion of our one prwious gift, Jeu
ll irshville, X. C.
Old Time Christmas No Mo'.
Irrilt In HI thr rMr WIT mti'.
i tiaiv ehn.lni.. ltti irr an,! ,itw.
tt tirn iM.lh.-r iihil bm- frfull in br,l
Ana Santa I'lau. mm with irnuWr .ml la
W hn a i,-k A rvcwtHv ami nun hum.
Mn,tr nir llir ti.tlMrt l thntrir Utm
tt livn I i . arum,lli-k And n ttt Wf
ml ,tn-ammn.ly till my . h-rhwrM nmW
I think tt at' r I ut bmi up mr niintt.
I ll .to omcHim 1, rvrry nr llttlr lrl,.. 1
T.itnr In nuke htm ni It tmi. jtihi know.
If rn If ht t-ti't hnv ur 11I1I uar t'liritnin
nml u-r nna B... a.
Ileports sit in to indicate that Co
lomhia w ill l"' inclined to give the
VniU il States .1 great deal of trundle
hUmiI .air attitude tow anls J'iinama.
As then" is now a great
Christian greetings to the editor
and all the readers of I he Journal.
As the Christmas tin es draw near.
we are reminded of the incarnation
of our Christ, the lxird. He came
not only to atone for sin and give us
strength and hope, but also to be our
pattern, our example, that we might
know how tti live, lit' has gone U
fore us in all the walks and ways of
life that we might follow in His foot
steps. In the light of this, may we
not ask with the old philosophers,
"What is the chief good the sum
mum bonum?" They answered. "It
is happiness." Christian philoso
phers have said it is spiritual worthi
ness. What is this but another way
of saying that thechicf good is to lie
like Christ, the laird .'
Waxhaw, N C. I.. K. Staci .
The Third Christmas of the Twen
Relating to the
lauM-drd .n th Nihil rk4n iiJ tM
ummtaiw n no, p.na n,-n.-s n. l"'
wanJ tnra.M nnjtnin hrannn Ikr uh
lie arhoate U br Ttninx.-T-W Idlbx )
A Sptendid School.
Rock Kest School. Dee. IT The
-hiil here ut in a most prteni
ccHulition, there being t on rdl.
We have a ery eiilhnsiastR- cuss
m agriculture, that will linish up the
iMtirse in about a month An appro
priate prize will lie giveu to the one
making the highest mark n l'e
There are nine in the cits in alge
bra, and as a hole they are doing
There an' about eighty live in the
different arithmetic elasse. ami they
are making fair pnigress.
Mrs. Lillian Williams, who teaches
historv, gtvgraphy, reading, and
spelling. s.iys that her classes are
doing gil woik.
We get The Charlotte lUily Ob
server, The Monroe Journal, ami
thrtv or four other weekly news-paK-rs,
as well as seven of the lead
ing monthly magazines, and the stu
dents are fond of them.
A class of fifteen of the buys and
girls will Itcgin reading the leading
iocts and novelists after Christmas.
This class will study in connection
with the comjiosition class, and will
write abstract of what tiny have
The boys have organized a ileliat
ing society, which will mean much
as a supplement to the regular school
We w ill susieml our work lien-on
Decemlier 22nd, and resume the work
again IVwmder ,'Mli.
A happy Christmas to the proprie
tors of The Journal, as well as to all
the sch.mls in l nioii county '
Ikv .Mi -mis.
The l.ysof the Mt. PnwNVt gra
detl schiil have organietl a tlelmting
society, with l'lnlip l'lyler presnli lit
ami James Crane sec retarv. I he
editor of The Journal li.is le'n asketl
;dy the boys to give their s iety a
niitne. VVe suggest this, if it suits
; their funev : " The Macon Itebating
('lull" - this in honor of .Nathaniel
Mai-oil, who, for a third of a century
following the establishment of the
i I'nited States government, represetil-
,1 North Can. Una III t he House ot
As we are aUuit M pass the third ; ii1.,-,.s,.iit.itnes. ami for a lmig turn'
Christmas of the twentieth century. 1 S.aK,.r. w.is the friend alidad
and as tune and opportunities are so! ,,j j tlVrsoii. the Ixi'ii coiiip.in-
rapidly passing, and as we look lack!,,,,, f the tiery tlcnmerat. John K.m-
rMiiiiin)u-riiir ttiul's tuenliar favor i i. i. ..t n .. .... I tl... l.i -.i ,i-..
...... ...... . ...p, i I illitl'll in iV'Hlll1 'M , aim mi ' ..
d of talk ; K'l,s' 1,'t " appreciate and improve : s,.ntatlVt, (l( the spirit of b -ratic
i,is.l.i.vt :,n,ll,k,.!v,ol,More.ll'V ?m a"' as sut " K" I"- ; siii'.pliiity ami honesty oi is i.n.e.
' ' 1 itn Minis tirrsi-iii t iii'inst iv es in tne
Hi d for our readers to In'ar, ,ri, ilm as know if anything
the primary f.iets in thelpunl is ever done by us it must le
done soon, let ns celebrate with prop
er appreciation the birth of our Sa
vior during the approaching Christ
mas: oU v His commands, aecept his
coinpamotiship. go mi b victory ;n
the coii'iit'st of the world for Christ.
J. I.. Itl-NNKIT.
it wil' 1
case. A French company, years ago,
1m :iii to dig a canal across the Isth
mus of Panama, which lu'loiigcd to
and was a part of the Uepc.dlic of
Colombia. When it Ui-ame manifest,
sometime Ufure Mr. Mckinley's
death. Ilia! this country was deter
mined to dig a canal, the rights and
properly of the old French company
in Panama were bought by the I'nited
Stales for t:.(Hi.i). A treaty was
negotiated with Colombia by which
we were to pay 10.1HK.(XK to that
country for such concessions as were
deemed necessary. The treaty went
liefore the Colombian congress this
fall and was rejected. The idea of
the Colombians seemed to lie that
they would force the I'nited States
to pay a great deal more money.
Now. the Stale or Province of Pana
ma, through which the canal was to
Ik- built, was very anxious for the
work to 1m- done. So when the con
gress of Colombia rejected the treaty,
Panama saw that there was danger
of the Xicarauga mule being selected
instead, and they at once liegan a
secession movement, withdrew from
Colombia and set up a republic of
their own. I'nder certain treaties
the United Slates is comielled to
maintain order on the isthmus, and
no we have ii 't only recognized the
Republic of Panama, but also refused
to let Colombia send troops to coerce
So Colombia finds itself in a
plight. Refusing the treaty which
ils representative had made, and
thus manifesting greater greed than
wisdom, she has lost all. The pres
ent administration of the govern
ment of the I'mUtl States has been
greatly censured for its hasty recog
nition of Panama. Whether this cen
sure is just or not, we do not know.
To us it looks like (his country is
right in not letting the greed of a
few South American (Kiliticians stand
in the way of a great enterprise,
world-wide in it? importance.
If a press dispatch sent out from
Rome last week is correct, the late
Pope Leo, who died this year at such
an advanced age, was a gentleman of
miserly instincts. The report says
thai Cardinal (lotli called on Uie
present Pojie Friday and carried with
jiim a bag of bank notes, which he
Raid Leo had left with him to be
turned over to Leo's successor in of
fice. The bag contained (9,000,000
The same dispatch says that since
Leo'a death some carpenters, while
making some changes in his cham
ber, found 1 1,800,000 in coin stowed
way in loose bags.
Not a minute, should be lost when a
chiid shows symplc.ns of croup, Cbai
bcrlaiu'l tough Keir.edy (inn as sooa
a the child becomes boarn, or even
after the rronp cough appears, will
meruit the attack. It ar fails, aad
ii plenunt and tafs to Uka. For sale
The Rock Rest scliK'l. ill Conine
lion with the Sunday school, will
have a Christmas tru'and entertain
ment on Thursday night.
(lood for Children.
The plrasant to talc and liarmtt-st
One Minute Couch Cure ivra imme
diate relief in all cases of cuuth,
croup and la trippe hecause it duel
i not past immediately into the atwiiai h
Hake Christmas All the Year.
Christ comes to take His place :bu, uke, ttffcl riKlt at the .rat of thr
among men. til'11 tlic ncait anuroubie, U draws out the luflamm
take him in. (live Him the highest tioii. head and aoolhra and cure! per
glory by giving Him the headship .manently by eualiliiig the lunt; to roil
overall things, religious, social, com-'tribute pure lite-Kiviiig and life sus
men ial. Ut I Inn calm the storm-! tainina; oxygen to the blood iind titur
passions of vour soul and give vou i lr- AnnMnmR of Vlia. Trias, pre-
.,1 II,. a.,..-it of .n.-l u-i I to "'"" " J"' I,J '' lllf,f." "
1 ' . i i, , ,.i ., better couch remedy made. Sold by
III! II Hl III iii .ill"! num. ii v in i-i
mas all the vcar. "Thanks U1 unto
timl for His unspeakable gift."
J. C. RoWK.
EukIisU Ptug to. ami S J. Welsh.
Try that good roasted coffee, CI
pounds for one
dollar, ut M. C
The twenty-eight saloon keepers of
Raleigh, who will be put out of busi
nr by a disiensary on January the
first, are preparing to give the poor
chihlien of the city a big Christmas
tree. These men are above the aver
age of their kind. The others be
lieve in keeping it all after they
have taken from the children, but
these ha t grace enough Ui give some
Sewing Machines, liest and
cheapest, ut the Monroe Furniture
If yon want to get money, eoine
tons. If you want to put your
money w here it w ill lie surely kept,
bring it to us. We will trend you
The Savings, Loan ,t Trust Co.
Notice of Re-Sale of Land.
Bt Tirtiir uf uthnntj' rnfirrvil on mr i? n
rttr Kiitt itwrpptif ih Hukir.itri'turt f I Hhm
ritunty, I will, m
Honday, January 25th,
Head About to Burst From Severe
"1 had a severe Diiioiu aiiacit auu i
fall lilt mit haad a ahnnff In burst
wneo l o noiu oi a irre aampia ui -ertin tr. t .r imititittnt imif m tit- i.i
Chamherlaio'a Storaach and Liver Tab !ui.trr i mn.Bu! rnnumhur f.urtr-n u
i . .1 i, . I .!" itf r U". mi hin'wn - i-art f th'
leta. I took a uose ot tnem after tup-1 jIMM.Mh A.iitr umu. Kt.r f.tii .tr rii.tioii rr
nf m.l lh n.t Haw fl It lea a new i fmn U hcrrtiy nit'lr tn lli twtttM.it ttll hi
" . . , t i t. j th wuiiiTtiir rurt in -K-itl n" filintc
man and have beeo feeling nappy ever w(l(,n.ln Mliry v wif,., Antd..ny mi othr
since," aayi Mr. J. W. Smith ol Joliff, pUmuiK-m. Kimn-c wifi- ri.i.arr.k'
T'Tiim fWir lhird c-Bih.nit mnatmlrr on a
News from Jatkjon, I
4 TW J.rn'
Waxhaw. R F l. No J. lVv II-
H is w ith pleasure we rvirt the m w
t:.i house ready for schil in dis
trict No. ti On List 1 hursday tlw
I 'm i III C S'.jH-rtlllendi llt llcl tlic
new lni building, rtveivt-d it and
ma lea stirring spcrtu m the devel
epmeiit of public sh.ls, emnpli
mentmgthe patrons of the distriil
in their cflirts to have a sclmJ build
ing that iscomforUtble and attractive
. iKii;h to draw ail the children of
M'htail ag" where their mental fac
ilities may be 1 vc!op-d. It is ear
nestly nvpiesletl by all who have had
tlie work in charge, that every child
lm sent to sch.ii'l Hy the way, we
f irther suggest to thise who have
not Vi l taken sti k in the building
1'iat it is yet a gl lime l take out
a few shares in the way uf dt -ks.and
a nitv Co.it of aint witild U very
itesirabic to all. S'me have Uvn so
kind as to supply the b ulduig with
a bell by pnvate suliN iiptioii. A
piil ehatiiv to furnish de-k in this
way. if no o'her
At a ii'io'iUijof thetMtiimittivainl
t at runs of dtsiriel No. 7, Saturday,
IVcembcr U'th. it was decided to
have a sch.nl this winter. Mr, .1 V.
llowrll was employed to teach, schiiol
lo U gin Monday. IVvcmlvr jMh.
Mr. Kd Higham and Miss Roxie
timlircv viMtcit at Mis. ranclaMU
llelk'sof ingaU-Satartlav and Stili-
l iv. Thev iviiort a plcasiut trip.
Snct"ess to The Journal. R.
Congressmen (let Alarmed.
,i.liMit..ii Si,'UI t.i Chil.trl.iiin Rs.nl
llungrv ratschewctl the insulation
IT the wires of the tin-alarm system
in I lie National Hotel at tt o clock
this morning and sent in tifteen tire
il.iniK. The i.VI guests. 1 or itlof
whom wire menilien of Congnss.
rushtvl l.n the stairs into the lobby.
sid tnainlv in frightened li'ks.
Ui pri sent.it iv i' John l.aiib of Vir
ginia iiokril like a waving auction
tljg as ho K'd for the tkmr, wearing
i suit of brilliant red underwear,
ti pnst iit.it iv e t'ochr.ui of Missouri
i.td his siKVtai les ami a sheet on.
uid, with Rcpresi'iilative kilihin of
N'.'rlh Carolina, was dressing in the
middle of lYmn-vlvailia avenue.
When vou want a pleasant puri;ativt
ttv CliaiiihrrUiii'i Snuiiacli auJ l.ivrr
Talilfta Thry are easy to take inJ
pruilure no nausra, gritrit; ut otlirr
.liiatrecahle eftrct. I-or sale I'V It,
S. J. lst ami C S. Simpsou, Jr.
Monroe Furniture Co.'s store is
packet! uutl jammetl with bargains
Three cau of gisul vilmoii at ".'."i
cents, at M. C. lirooiu's.
M. C. ltiotun has a bant I of nice
limne maile kraut.
Tea. For biliousness, atomach troublei
n.l rnnntinnliiin lh lahlnln have no 'rmlll i.ttwlv ni.mllm Willi ..r,..,,l m-uri
.... u . i tv, n line rFinini-,1 until nn inin-iin- nullify
CIJ .mi. I MIS IJICUl,. V
S. J. Welsh aucl L. Pi. Mmpaon, jr.
ma. Tin -iut iiviiil.r. Iw.
K B KKiiiNK.l'..ninii-l'.lirr.
i No Feed Bills!
No Loiiff Profits!
If you buy your ,
Horses, Mules and
Buggies of C. C.
Bikes. Why? !I
Here's our story. ! I
Tis quickly told,;;
k but it's to the point. We sell quick, so run S
I up no long feed bills. We sell cheap and I
f therefore sell a heat). Another fine lot or
I! spleadid animals just in, and we mean to
; ; sell them even closer than before. Our
; ! reputation for selling good stock at low I
; ; figures is growing, but we want it to grow,
! ! faster yet, so give us a chance. " X
;; A car load of Buggies Justin. Our newt
1 buggy store will be completed in a short
; ; time and we can then display our vehicles :
- better. " '
t C. C. SIKES.
Bovs Come for Christmas.
Cull. ,fcnm.lrnr Vw Itmrmai.
tMive Bruich.lVc. IS The health
of i lii-. iinmiiiiuy is very gt.nl at
presrtit. Notwithstanding the ev
ecetlmgly cold weather, me have no!
lMrd t f a v.w of siikiH-ss eausnl
" Tlw re was a kind of surpri.- mar
riage at ('live llrauch Thursday, 1 7th
inst. The eotitrat-ting jiarties wen
Mr. J. V. Fowler tf north Monroe
tiiwship and Miss Julia Rancuui.
I techier of Mr. Hiram Itaucoui.
Kil 1'. J. C Klird lu rfornietl the
tt-n-iirony After the marriage Mr
and Mrs! fowler left for his fat Iter's.
V e l-Ii them many long and happy
years. We shall ni l surprised to
hear of somemon' marriage at Olive
lir.iiu h 'ere the birds enine again
wiih lln'ir In-autifiil spring songs.
Mr. J. M Burns has ptrn a nii-e
h t of Christmas goods The gtanls
are being ild very rapidly.
Messrs lli-nrv- and lav liaucoin
went to Wadeslmro today to pur-cha-K'
S fi,. will Usii-endevl Wednes
d.tv, I'll. I iust., for the holdidays.
Miss Rilla llinson exHvts to siend
the Itolid.iys at her father's. Mr. Jerry
We think the young folks round
about here are iinliciiating a lively
time during the holidays. Lists an'
out for an ov ster supier at Mr. (1. V.
Simpsou's on Tuesday night before
Mr. J. K. Jerome's family of Win
gate moved to this community this
week. We welcome them here.
There is quite a nuniU-r of boys
come tti spend Christmas with us
however, they are baby buys.
The incest Florida oranges to lie
seen are for sale by S. K. loster.
' FiKht M ill Be Bitter.
Those who will persist inclosing
their ears against the continual
reeonimeiHl.il ion of Ir. King's New
liiseovery for Consumption, will
have a long and bitter right with
their troubles, if not ended earlier
bv fatal termination. Read what
T. R. Iteallof Iteall, Mis-., has to
!sny: "laist fall my wife leu! every
v mptoiii of rniiMiiiiptioii. Shettsik
lr. King's Xew lisevery after
everything else had failed, lui
I provemeiii name at once and four
' Imttles entirely cured her." (iuar
jiiuteed by Kuglish lrug Co. l'lice
oOc. mid VI. Trial 1 tollies tit v.
We will soon U in our handsome
new banking house and invite our
friends to call tin us. Our business
has steadily grown and we shall
continue In give our customers fair
mid hoiiot service. Call in and see
us. The Savings, Loan & Trust Co.
Special December .,
A week of royl opportunitiei for money Mvin. To-day'i opportunity and ad
vantage will meet you at our door and iutroduce you to the fields of flittering bar
gairw which await you here at satisfaction's dUdel. n v v V
Big Values Hitched to Small Prices.
Good Yard Wide Bleaching at 5c 10c yd. Cannon Cloth only 8c
Barker Mills best yard wide Bleaching 7 1-2 cents.
Men's Suits and Overcoat1.
All wool Clay Wonted, regular and alim,
10.00 value, 17.30
Extra good unfinished Worsted, the 113
kimLthia week, 110.00
Big Job, Special Counter of Y 00 to 17.50
Suits, your choice, ......... ....... . I4.9H
Meu'aSuits 11.75 to13.00
Rov'a (Vltl Coats 8 eta.
Meu's Old Coats !W cenU to M.00
Immense liue I'anta from our Piedmont
Factory, W renta to Kt.98
Ask to see our CI Stetson Hats, oar price, 91.73
Unmatchable Values in Dress Goods.
M Inch Suiting, 73 eent grade, 50 rent
100 piece all-wool Homespun, Zibilenew,
Veuitians, Melrose, (iranite Cloth, Cheviots,
all shade aud black, at 50 rents
3ti iueh all wool Flaunel, cheap at tlcts.,
our price, Ho cent
English Broadcloth 95 cents.
Xew lot Cream Broadcloth Bedford Cords aud
Brilliantine at opular prices.
7 C (.iiughama, in Reuinants, only 3 cents
Cloaks, Jackets, Skirts and Fury.
Everything desirable in separate walking and Dress Skirts from cheapest to best
98 cents to 16.7$. We have reat values and have done a i business in ladies'
and misses' Jackets. All the newest styles. Complete stock. Don't watt too long.
Call shake hands, see our prices, and you will remain to buy from
Cheapest Store on Earth.
ft GleverTrlGKiCQPOlina Marble
(iive the children something substantial for Christmas.
Present them with hank books and begin early to Instil In
their minds habits of thrift and economy. Many of our cus
tomers are doing this. Parents open accounts for your chil
dren. Accounts may be opened with small amounts and on
all such interest will be paid at the rate of 4 per cent and com
pounded every three months.
The Savings, Loan & Trust Company
F. H. W OLFE, Cashier.
Best Service and
That combination has made my business
and it is making new customers to-day,
the same as it did twenty-one years ago i
when I first started in the drug business.
When in need of any thing phone 175.
S. J. WELSH, Druggist.
I am Ready
to show you a fine lot of Christmas 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 foods. Fancy Clocks. . Silver
Novelties. China Celery Bowls. Cake Plates,
and many other novelties.
Look over my stock and make your selections
W. E. LINEBAOK,
Monroe, N. C.
An old durkey rani to town a
few days ago aud brought a hale of
cotton. Th cotton was the prod
uct of his summer's toil. Hf sold
it ut a handsome price. He owed uo
until and therefore was enabled to
tint the money iuto his pocket
After iuvoKtini; a tew dollars in
dry goods, uotions, etc., be leis
urely passed down tne street from
the Knglish drug comer, by the
new building of Mesar. Kedwine
& Stack and walked iuto Bivens &
Helms store. This is the same as
Hill & Iti vens old store, Mr. Hill
having wild out to Mr. Helms.
The old darker surveyed the
if Heavy aud Fancy Groceries
these gentlemen keep, and then
purchased a nice little bill or goods.
saying that bis "master" (his land
lord) bad tola Dim to go mere lor
his groceries, as be could get them
rheajier there than anywhere else.
Hie old fellow said that it would
not be necessary for auy one else
to tell him to go to Bivens &
Helms, for he had never gotten so
many goods for the same money
This is the experience of all who
trade with us. We sell the beat
aiticlea only and don't try to get
rich off or every man woo trauea
with us. Call on us.
Bivens & Helms.
and Granite Company.
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 tome new and specially handsome designs,
and we invite the inspection of all persons needing anything in our
No grave, however humble, should be allowed to go unmarked.
We can make a job to suit the price you are able to pay.
Call for designs and prices.
Carolina Marble and Granite Co.,
. E. EFIRD, Manager. MONROE, N. C
Yards at Stateiville, Salisbury, North Wilkesboro, and Monroe.
We're labored hard and long to
establish a reptaUon for hoaeat aud
fair dealing, giving 16 on net to
the pound, and underselling ll
oompetion wherever located. It
is trne there are those who at times
think they might do better in the
towns, and we are always glad to
have them investigate, for it al
ways results that I am the cheapest
Nice line Ladles' Capea and
Cloaks juat in from Xew York.
Best Mtlrk Candy 7 cents per
lieet Granulated Sugar 20 pounds
for one dollar.
Paper Pin 1 cent
Set Table Spoons S cents.
8-dar Clock, beat. 11.88.
And we've got almost anything
else yon want W have nade our
start by working cheap, and to get
plenty work to do we are wiuijf
to work cheaper.
Give us yoar order. We will
The place to meet yoar neighbor
ZOAR, V. C
We are going to manufacture Bug
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 the CASH only.
Our stock Is well soleeted and com
prises some of the latest styles. We can
suit the most fastidious. This is no
fake advertisement. We mean what
we say, and you can put your money in
your pocket and come to see us. We
will prove what we say.
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