THE MONROE JOURNaI
VOLUME XII. NO 8
MONROE, N.O, TUESDAY MARCH 7 1908
One Dollar a Year
XU Death of Mrs. LeUnd Stsnford.
The dmth of Mr. LeUnd 8tu
ford, at Honolulu hut WediKwIay,
U oi of the most remarkable that
has occurred in a Ionic time. The
Charlotte Observer say of it:
'There U a niynterj alxmt the
poimmiug of Mrs. Lelaud Stan fold
that sdds to the horror of the crime,
as bad as is the killing of a do
rVncplees wotuau. It was reported
about two weeks ago that an at
tempt bad been made to poison the
widow of the late Senator, and fol
lowing the publication of the story
an authorized denial, in such ex
plicit terms as to really excite sus
picion as to it trutbfuluem, was
rut out. Then Mrs. Stanford set
sail for Honolulu, where her death
occurred Tuesday night It appears
that Mrs. Stanford bad taken with
her from Han Francisco a bottle of
bi carbouute of soda, and on taking
a de she was made violently ill
aud died before tnythiug could be
done for her. The soda, which had
appareutly never been opened, con
tained a large amount of strych
nine, which, it beema, oiust have
been placed in the bottle before
Mrs. Stanford left home. There is
do statement as to the object iu
poisouing Mrs. Stanford. Since the
dctb of her husband, Leland Stan
foid, has had entire control of
the LHa.uI qanford, Jr., Univer
jjj, h', .s endowed for nearly
twe'.V' X" of dollars in mem
.v n m. - child. Thel'niver
niU ix i: t' . .Ve ocntiol of trus
tV iiuiiK ' v Irs. Sliiuford and
mUf had ch:i:Ae of the nuances of
the illuliou, and since herd tut li
nwniy the whole of the remainder
oi the Stanford fortune will go to
the institution. It is hard, iudced,
to imagine that auy oue interested
in or connected with the Univer
sity would resort to such a crime,
and there is no apparent reason
why it should be desirous to take
the woman's life. Mrs. Stanford
was doubtless cognizant of a good
deal more than hasbeeu made pub
lic. She tied from Situ Francisco
in order to escape her enemies, af
ter mi unsuccessful attempt to kill
ber by strychnine placed iu min
eral water, but her fate was not
averted, for she carried along with
ber the deadly agency of the mur
derer, and it was not slow in get
ting iu its work. It is au interest
ing rase, and the solution will be
wstched by the country at large."
A San Francisco dmpatch to the
New York World says:
"Friends of Mrs. Stanford say
that for months she had beeua vic
tim of hallucinations and a prey to
mental worries, mostly groundless.
It has been known for some time
by intimate friends that these, hal
lucinations took the form of fears
that her life was in danger from
supposed enemies. At one time iu
rugged health she had frequent
spells of illness which in recent
weeks she invariably attributed to
"The private detectives employ
ed by Mrs. Stanford's attorneys,
siuce her remit alleged poisouing,
have maintained silence regarding
the nature of their discoveries, but
in guarded statements made by rela
tives the impression was conveyed
that nothing bad bceu found to in
dicate au attempt to poison her.
"After the investigation by the
city detectives bad failed to impli
cate any oue even remotely, the
theory was evolved that Mrs.
Stanford, finding herself unnble to
convince those about her that ber
fears of poisoniug were well found
ed, had herself placed strychuiue
lay Bscoas IiTtded by CaUrrk
laaagtr ffat'l Cass.
Physicians tell us that all
the blood in a healthy
human body passes through
the heart once in every two
minutes. If this action be
comes irregular the whole
body suffers. Poor health
follows poor blood ; Scott's
Emulsion makes the blood
pure. One reason why
is luch a great aid is because
it passes so quickly into
the blood. It is partly di
gested before it enters the
stomach ; double advan
tage in this. Less work
for the stomach; quicker
and more direct benefits.
To get the greatest amount
of good with the least pos
sible effort, is the desire of
everyone in poor health.
Scott's F.mulsion does just
that. A change for the
better takes place even be
fore you expect it
Wt win m4 yam
St Hit that thi
ptctvrr in eke (arm af
ktl a m lh wnp
frr rt ftr WTtt at
SCOTT & BoWHI
409 Putl St., N. T.
ferMMMi t'- '
J. Imh eiM,JrCntMo,lll.
J. Loola rfao, Jr., Manager Central
Troat Co write from suite aui, Times
Herald Building, Chicago, IU, as fol
lows: 'Lmtt Jmm I h4 a straw attack W
matal emlarrm waka waa vary aaaoy
log arnd lebllltatrt my tyttcm. See.
lag your advarlhtateatt I wnta yam
lor advka. I aata Paraam eaaataatty
until latt Navaatber, waaa law tymf
torn 4ltappara4 aatlnly. "
J. Lou It Ptaa, Jr.
Hon. James Lewis, Burvyor Genera
Of Louisiana, eayat
t have need Parana for s abort time
and ean cheerfully recommend tl as
being all jroa represent and wlab every
man who la aufferin with catarrh oonld
know of Ita great value."
Wherever the eatarrh la, there la aura
to be a waat of mucus. The mucin Is
aa preeloaa aa blood. It la blood, In fact
It la blood plasma Mood with th cor'
puacles removed. To atop thla wait,
you moat atop Ihla oatarrh. A coarse ol
treatment with Parana never f alia to do
Hon. W. E.Scbnelder.proprletorof the
Baltlo Hotel, of Washington, D. O,
speaks of Pernna aa followa: I deslra
to eay that I have found Pernna a moat
wonderful remedy. I have only aaed
one bottle and am thoroughly eatlsfled
aa to Ita merits. I cannot And worda to
axpreea my gratification for the reaulta
Bead for free catarrh book. Addreaf
The Pernna Medicine Company, Colum
Wheat Is 5ucmm a F.ilure? j fT
in the water after she bad partaken
of part of it.
"Mrs. Stanford's last report to
the trustees of Leland Stanford
University was suppressed, al
though previous reports had leen
giveu publicity. It is said that the
report was so worded as to leave
no doubt of Mrs. Stanford's mental
state. It was intimated that pub
licity of the report would be inju
rious to the university.
"Siuce the first of the year Mrs.
Stanford had been kept in semi
seel union. She had arranged for
several receptions, to take place in
her San Iraucisco mansion, but
these were vetoed by ber physi
'It is known that when Mrs.
Stanford sailed from Sau Francisco
on the steamship she was very ill,
mentally and physically. l p to
the time of her departure Mrs. Stan
ford was haunted by the fear that
her life was threatened. The geu
eral opinion here is that this state
of constant mental unrest, coupled
with her weakened condition, led
to a sudden collapse.
"The university was closed to
day, aud is not expected to reopeu
until after Mrs, Stanford 8 body
has been placed beside that of ber
husband and sou In their mauso
leum on the university campus."
A Safe Cough Medicine for Children
In buying a couth medicine for chit
dren never be afraid to buy Chamber
lain't Cough Remedy. There la no
danger from it aud relief ia alwayt
aura to follow. It ii especially valu
able for colda, croup and whoopiug
cougb. For aale by C. N. Simpson,
Jr., and S. J. Welsh.
The Bad Dancer One more turn
and I would have lost my breath
The Victim Just one more turn
please, Mr. Poiisonby. Clevelauc
Pleasant and Harmless.
Don't drug the stomach to cart
cough. Oue Minute Cough Cute cuts
the mucus, draws the intummation out
of the throat, lungs and -bronchial
tubes, beala, soothes tod cures. A
quick cure for croup and whooping
cough. Sold by English Drug to. and
S. J. Welsh.
Pompous Waiter Have you or
Timid Little Utrl (taking ner
first meal at a restaurant )H no,
sir; but I've requested. Chicago
If taken this mouth, keeps yon
well all summer. It makes the lit
tie ones eat. sleep and grow. A
snrine tonic for the whole family,
Holluters ltocky Mountain Tea.
35c, tea or tablets. Eng. Drug Co,
"It's really very kind of you,
Mr. Dumly, to give me your seat,"
said Miss Kov.
"Not at all.'' replied Dumly,
"We men are getting very tired of
being accused of giving op onr
seats only to pretty girto." I'hil
Champion Liniment for Rumatlsm
Chaa. Drake, a mail carrier in tbapio
ville. Conn., saw: "Chamberlain'!
Pain Balm ia the champion of all lini
meats. The past year I waa troubled
a great deal with rheumatism in my
shoulder. After trying several corea
the storekeeper here recommended
tbia remedy and it completely cored
me." Tbara Is no ose of anyone tut
fering from that painful ailment when
Ibis liniraeot can be obtained for a
small sum. One application gives
prompt relief sod its continued nse for
abort time will produce a permanent
core. For aale by C. N. Simpson, jr,
and 8. J. Welsh.
W ben yon have font on your way
op to your fortune yonr self- respect,
your courage, your self control, or
any other quality of manhood. j
Vbeo it has made eouetrience an
acctMer, and shut the saulight out,
of yonr life. ;
... ... '
v nen me atiainmeura oi yonr
ambition have blighted the apira-
tioua and crashed the hopes of
When yonr highest brain cells
have been crowded out ol business
by g reed.
When all sympathy has been
crushed out of yonr nature by yonr
selfish devotion to your vocation.
When yon plead that yon never
had time to cultivate your friend
ships, politeness, or good manners.
When you have lived a double
life and practiced double dealing.
When it brings you no message
of culture, education, travel or of
opportunities to help others.
When it dwarfs, cramps or inter
feres with another's rights; when
it blinds yon to the interests of the
man at the other end of the bar
gain. When there is a dishoneat or a
deceitful dollar in your possession;
when your fortune spells the ruiu
of widows and orphans, or the
crushing of the opportunities of
When the banger for more
money, more laud, more houses
aud bonds bas grown to be your
ben it bas dwarled yon men
tally and morally, aud roblied you
of the spontaneity and enthusiasm
hen it bas made you a physi
cal wreck a victim of "uerves"
When it bas lowered your stan
dards and made you a traitor to all
your highettt and noblet impulsea.
ben it has hardened you to the
needs and sufferings of others, aud
made you a scoruerof the poor aud
When you rob those who work
for yon of what is Justly their due,
aud then pose as a philanthropist
by contributing a small fraction of
yonr unjust gains to some charity
or to the endowment of some pub
When the world is not the better
and the richer for your life, when
you have hoarded every dollar you
have made, aud have refused to
help your less fortunate fellowmeu.
When you have used others as
stepping-stones to fortune, aud ig
nored tbeir existence when your
selfish ends were attained.
When in your climb to power
you have trampled on duty, friend
ship, love, honor, patriotism, and
all the most sacred feeliugs of hu
Wbeu your example has dragged
others down; when your injustice
snd tyranny have driven men and
women to desperation, and destroy
ed their faith in God aud man.
When your absorption iu yonr
work has made you practically a
stranger to yonr family.
ben your children do not look
upon you as tbeir best friend next
to their mother.
When the nervous irritability
engendered by constant work, with
out any relaxation, has made you
a brute in your home and a nuis
ance to those who work for you.
When your greed for mouey has
darkened and cramped your wife's
life, and deprived her of needed
rest aud recreation, or amusemeut
of any kind.
When your narrow spirit makes
you cry out, "vnat was goou
enough for me is good enough for
my children," and you ret use to
give them the education thttt they
crave, aud which you can ampiy
When yon have met your chil
dren's caresses with repulses, and
have denied them the help of your
companionship and loving encoiir
agement and guidance during their
When the dissolute lives of your
sons cry out against you as the one
who. either by direct example or
by complete neglect of them, has
pointed their downward patn.
Statistics show startling mortality
from appendicitis and peritonitis.
To prevent and cure these awful
diseases there la just oue rename
remedy, Dr. King's ew Lite rills.
M.Flannery of H Custom House l'l
Chicago says: "They have no equal
for constipation and billousuees."
25c at English Drug Co. 'a,
Harold, aired five, had met with
"I'm afraid," said the doctor,
"that a permanent scar will remain
on vour chin."
"Ob, my whiskers win soon cov
er it op," answered the small op
timiat Chicago News.
Tart Jo" la Fftfral rarawr.
I a Utile pprkW4l
Mi utr prt.
I kt Knififtiid H-rlli Mil,
Hr m wii r ,
SMI va;iil fcvraue,
Anrf kiai b r.rli,
InlMM Rvaat I trn4
Hvr au oml Mvr rw.
As the haU'hiug season is now
about on for thoxe who use bens for
incubation, a few suggestions will
not be out of place. During cold
weather rather all eggs as soon as
possible after tbey are laid, keep
them in a room where the temper
ature never gets below 50 degrees.
If aouveuieut stand all eggs to be
used for batching, on the small end
or point. This prevents the
Stand weight of the egg from
Eggs breaking through the thin
film or skim, which en-
End, closes the egg, aud filling
the air cell which would be
fatal to the batching of that egg.
A cheap coutrivauce for this pur-
pone can be made of cardboard on
same principle as fillers are made
for tbe ordinary egg crates holding
thirty dozen. Place one of these
partitions In the bottom or s split
basket, box or anything couveuieut,
put an egg in each compartment
large end np. When section is
tilled lay old newsjiajiers or card
board on top, if you have hen fruit
enough. Kggs packed in this way
ill keep longer thau in any other
way, and at tne same time win in
sure a greater number oi ferine
hen yonr heu becomes broody,
don't be iu too great a hurry to set
her, as ut this season bens,
Don't "the pesky things," are
Hurry very apt to leave the uet
to a"t'r staying on just, long
5et enough to simuI the egg.
After she has beeu on the
Hen. nest for at least two nights
would be time to set ber.
Fill the nest with about three iu
dies of dry dirt, or road dust is
better, slightly scooping it out Iu
the centre; oil top of this some lit
ter from the baru floor or cutting
room cau lie placed (never use cot
ton seed hulls as they contain
grease and close the (Mires of the
eggs through which the chick
breathes). In summertime a hand
ful of dry onion hulls added to
uesting material is a great thing,
as their odor is sure death to Ii
and mites, the poultryiuau's worst
In selecting your eggs to put un
der lieu, discard all small or extra
large oues, and all those
Use Mud. are rough and un
Medium even, using those of me-
Sized diuiii sue, smooth and
Never set a soiled egg,
for nine times out of ten it will not
hatch. During February aud March
thirteen eggs is euough to put un
der even the largest heu, as she can
more readily cover them, and those
on the outer edge will not become
chilled. To obtain the best results
eggs should be kept at 10,1 degrees
for twenty -one days, those get
tiug chilled may hutch out chicks,
but are weak and puny things tnnt
mope around for a few days and
then die, and xclaiiu
"Sine I am M anon lion for,
I wuiidtr ll I wu begun lor."
During the time the hen is on the
nest feed ber every other day on
corn, oats and wheat.
The Feed her liberally, as "a
Young sitting hen never gets
Riddles, fat," When all fertile
eires are hatched, about
the twenty-second day remove hen
to Kood warm roomy coop with
board floor, take the little chicks
one by one, and grease the tops of
their heads with carbolated vase
line (i.e., vaseliue with a few drops
of carbolic acid added). This kills
the lares head louse which Is een
erally foiuid on young chicks Twelve
hours after batching, aud has killed
more little chicks than all disea
combined, llace little chicks w ith
hen in ruop, and now listen:
Do not feed them anything for at
leant thirty six hours after hatch
ing. Tbe great mortality amongst lit
tle chicks is caused by too early
feeding. Nature has
Killing provided the yolk of the
Young egg (which they absorb
Chickens through the veut just
by before hatching) with
Feeding, enough nutriment to
sustain life for at least
sixty hours, aud if yon feed them
before miatt of this yolk has been
taken up in the system, yon give
them indigestion; bowel troubles
follow, aud your flock diminishes.
What the little chicks do need st
once is clean fresh water given
them iu a shallow pan with a board
or rock over tbe pan to preveut
them wetting their feet And they
also need a few teeth, to help digest
whatever is fed tbem later; this is
supplied by scattering pure sand
on tbe coop floor, and you will be
surprised to see bow tbey will de
At the expiration of the thirty
six hours the first few feeds should
be bard boiled eggs chopped fine,
or lightbread soaketl in sweet milk,
squeezing out all surplus milk be
fore feeding. Never feed a sloppy
mess to chicks, aud never feed the
chicks on the coop floor; have a
little feeding board and on this put
all feed. Feed five times a day for
the firtit week; after that, fourtiuiea.
When chicks are a week old feed
cracked wheat or McreeuingH, rolled
oats and cracked corn mixed. Con
tinue this feeding until chicks are
large enough to take care of them
selves. Anu you will raise !K) iter
cent of all chicks hatched if you
will follow this method.
But never during any stage of
its growth, feed it a wet sodden
mess of corn dough.
Charlotte, N.C..R.F.D.7, Box til.
The Journal bas received the fol
Tbe Monroe Journal,
Monroe, N. C.
Marked copy of The Journal of
Feb. '.'8 just received. Thanks for
kindness. Have no kick about
your using our thuuder; in fact,
would be glad to have you use it as
often as you please, but when you
do would like copy of thut issue.
The article in this week's Progres
sive rarmer is much better than
the previous one. Unite the newly
formed Poultry Association at Mon
roe 'vill prove successful. Several
of the charter members are person
ally known to me, but why leave
out 'Squire Float He used to be a
hen crank from far back.
ItesptHl fully, "I'm i.k Jo."
A Dinner Invitation.
After s hearty meal a duse of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack
of indigestion. Kodol ia a thorough
dienslant and t guaranteed cure for
indieeatiun. dyspepsia, cat on the
stomach, sour risings, bad brrath aud
all stomach troubles. N . Watkins,
Lesbus, Ky., says: "1 can testify to
the efficacy of Kodol in the cure ol
stomach trouble. 1 was afflicted with
stomach trouble for l J years and have
taken an bottles of your hoilol Pys
pepsia Cure, which has entirely cured
me. 1 ha sii bollles were worm siooo
to me." Sold by English Drug Co. and
S. J. Welsh.
A Chicago Alderman
Owes his election to Chamberlains
Cougb Remedy: "I can heartily and
eooacientioasly recommend Chamber
lain's Coogb Remedy for attectione oi
the throat and lunge," says Hoo. John
Shenick, no So. Peoria at.. Chicago.
Two years age daring s political
camDaicn. I caught cold after being
overheated, which irritated my throat
and I waa finally compelled to atop, aa
I could not apeak aloud. In my ea
tramily a friend adviaed me to ose
Cbamberlaia's Cough Remedy. I took
two doaee that aftarnooa and could
ot believe my aanaes when I found
the neit morning the inflammation bad
largely subdued. I took several doaes
that day, kept right on talking through
the campaign, and I thank this medi
cine that i woo my aeat ia tbe coon-
... i i-. l n u
eu" il l netsi rar h hi v. n.
Simpson, Jr., tod S. J. Welsh.
jn trying to econo
mize in buying your
Meat. What is to
my customers' inter
est is to my interest.
I Buy Only
The Very Beit
and healthiest cows,
sheep and hogs for
the Market Such
stuff as Is not fit for
my market ia often
sold otherwise. Un
wholesome food will
cause sickness and
sickness costs money
so buy yonr Meats
from Parker's JTar
ket, where every
thing is guaranteed.
Not Arabs at All.
In a stable of the American Home
Kxcbange five horses, alleged to be
high-bred Arabian stallions, are
having the time of their lives and,
iut-identally, in horse parlance,
Vating tbeir heads off." They ar
rived here some weeks ago from
Morocco, and at least several of
them were aupiHised to be intended
as a gift from the Sultau to Presi
Heralded with a blare of public
ity the stallions were brought over
by James Y . S. Langerman, form
erly vice consul to Morocco, as it
is understood, at tbe suggestion of
Homer Ihtvenport, tbe cartoonist.
Tbey are now like an elephaut on
Mr. Iaveuxrt'a hands, although
he is still doubtful if an attachment
he has levied on tbem will bold
Tbey owe a board bill of i:0 to
the stable keeper aud the presideut
has declined to accept them as a
gift. Nobody wants them, aud
horse experts have estimated their
value, if put up at public auctiou,
at not more than fifty or sixty dol
"It's al to the good for the
horses," said Mr. Davenport yes
terday; "they are having a good,
idle time and they have got us all
guesHing as to who has the right to
put the skates where they belong,
with a bullet "
"I asked Mr. Langermau," said
Mr. laveuport yestei-il.tr, "to iui-
ku1 one genuine Arabian stalliou
for me, aud two for Presideut
Itoosevelt. Instead of that he
brought these five old crocks.
They are uo more Arabians than I
am. They are just ordinary 'Barbs'
from Barbary; mongrels from the
count of Tangier. Tbe poorest sort
of horse flesh 1 ever saw.
"Well, when Langerman brought
me a check for f.'OO ou the bank
ing house of Brown Bros., before I
had looked the auimals over, I
cashed it for him. It was N. (J.
like the horses.
"The President was going to ac
cept the Sultan's gift, but after I
had looked the gill horses in tne
mouth, aud elsewhere, I wrote bim
at once that it was au insult to of
It would have beeu iucredible bru-
ulit v il Chas.F.Leuiberger of Syra
cuse, N.Y.. had not done the best he
could for his suffering son. "My
lKy,'' he says, "cut a fearful gash
over his eye, so I applied Buck leu's
Arnica Salve, which quickly healed
it and saved his eye." Good for
burns aud ulcers too. Only 25c at
English Drug Co.'s.
Strikes Hidden Rocks.
When your ship of health strikes
the hidden rocks of consumption,
pneumonia, etc., you are lost, it
yon don't got help from Dr. King's
New Discovery ior consumption.
J.W.MtKiiuion of Talladega, Ala.,
writes: "1 htd been very ill with
pneumonia, un.ler tbe care of two
doctors, but was getting no better
when I begau to take Dr. King's
New Discovery. The first dose gave
relief and one bottle cured me.'
Sure cure for sore throat, brouchi
Us. couirhs and colds. Guaranteed
at Knirlish Drue Co.'s, price 50e
and II. Trial bottles free.
The use of Royal Baking Powder is
essential to the healthfufness of the
Yeast ferments the food.
Alum baking powders are injurious.
Royal Baking Powder saves health.
soval sakino powota co ncw vosk.
No 5ilk Hat for Him.
WuhliiUloCrrp.liitrnr Kw York World.
W. T. Tiudall, representative-
elect from the fourteenth Missouri
district, is in the city. Tiudall is
one of the Kepublicaus swept in by
tne ruioseveit flood. He lives in a
town twelve miles from a railroad,
and when he was nominated he did
uot decline because be did not waut
to waste two ceuts on a postage
Tiudall has lieen a school teacher
at 140 a month; his salary as a rep
resentative will be ",(! HI a year,
with 100 or .Mm i for mileage. 1125
for stationery account, aud 1 1,20(1
for a clerk, opening to his vistas of
wealth beyond tbe dreams of avar
ice. He never saw a street car or
an elevator until he went to St.
Iuis a few weeks after be was
elected, and since he has lieeu in
SHhingtou he has spent uiottt of
his time walking around the streets
looking at the great public build
ings aud saying to himself: "So
Ibis is Washington, D. C, aud I
Tiudall find went to a hotel
where they charged bim II a day,
but after one day he quit it and got
a room with board for II a day.
This afternoon he walked up Penn
sylvania avenue with some friends
Nothinr will cure indiirnalinn Ih.tt
doesn't digest the food and give the
stomach a rest. It isn't necessary to
starve yourself in order to rest your
tollmen take Kodol Dyspepaia Lure.
It will digest any quantity of all the
wholesome loud you want to eat while
your stomach takes a rest recuper
.tes and grows strong. This wonder
ful preparation is justly entitled to all
of its many remarkable cures, Sold
by English Drug Co. and S, J. Welsh.
We are Ready
for you for 1905.
I from the West. As they were pass
i ing a hat store oue of the friends,
thinking to have some fun with
Tiudall, said: "Now, here is a bat
.store. In Washington everylmdy
must wear a high bat Let'a all go
in and buy silk hats so we can be
in the game right.''
"What!'' shouted Tiudall, as he
started to gallop up the street;
"me buy a silk bat when my wife
is out home making soap! No,
The Colonel's Waterloo.
Col. Juo.M. Fuller of Houey Grove,
Tex., nearly met his Waterloo from
liver and kidney trouble. In a re-
ceut letter he says: "I was nearly
dead of these complaints, and al
though I tried my family doctor be
did me no good; so I got a 5le bot
tle of your great hlectnc Bitters,
which cured me. I consider it the
best medicine on earth and thank
(iod who gave you the knowledge
to make them." Sold and guaran
teed to cure dyspepsia, biliousness
and kidney disease by KuglishDrug
Co. at 50c a bottle.
Jinks What were you doiug in
Blinks ti, just passing away
my time! Cleveland leader.
A Destructive Fire.
To draw the fire out of a burn or beal
a cut without leaving a scar, uae De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. A specific
for piles. Get tbe genuine. J. A.
Tucker, editor of the Harmouiaer,
Centre, Ala. .writes: "I have used De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve in my fam
ily for pilea, cuts and bums. It ia the
best salve ou the market. Every fam
ily should keep it on band." Sold by
English Drug Co. and S. J. Welsh.
The largest stock in this section of
the State, bought before any advance;
therefore when farming operations are
begun, good business judgment would
dictate that you go where the largest
and best selected stock is, and where
you know that goods were purchased at
Heath-Lee Hardware Co.
A Word of Advice to One and All. Rich and Poor.
We have just received another lot of that good old Family Flour, atill acti
ng at same old price, $1.60. Mill Feed, the best, $ 1.40. We have not words
to eipress our aporecialion for the good trade which we have had aince we
pened. Hut w will say if we cannot do you zood we will do you no barm.
Your interest ia ours and we will certainly protect your interest by selling you
the best goods for the smallest money. We are to less expeuse than any
house in Monroe; we live in the country and do our owu work; pay cash lor
what we buy and get all the diacount off, which is a big thing, and we give
our customers and friends the advantage of it, which is a great saving to them.
We carry any and everything carried 10 a first-class grocery store. We buy
cheap; we sell cheap. Here ia a part of what we handle: Pure Ga. Syrup,
Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars, Flour, Meal, Corn, Oats, Mill Feed, Bran, Cotton
Seed Meal, Cotton Seed Hulls, Salt, Meat, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses from J$
to joe., Can Goods, Tarbell Cheese, all kinds Crackers, Candies, Pickles,
Jellies, Soaps, Gold Dust, Starch, Soda, Baking Powder, the best Vinegar,
Kerosene Oil, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Nutmegs, Cocoanuts, Oranges, Apples,
Bananas, Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Cabbage, Beans, Peas, Dried Ap
ples, etc. Fresh Pop Cora and Hot Peanuts every day. Fresh Eggs and
fat Chickens every day from our poultry farm. We guarantee every egg or
chickeu you get of us to be fresh or your money back. We are proud of our
poultry farm, as we believe we have one of the best in tbe State. We do not
care what your wants may be in the grocery line we can and will please you.
If you have not tried us, give us a call or phone 253 and your waota ahall be
filled. To the country people: See us before you sell your produce. We
are charged with the crime of paying more for country produce than any one
else, so if you have anything to aell see us. If you wish to buy anything you
will do well to see us, We will save you money going and coming. Please
allow us to more thau thank you lor your past favors. Hoping to see all and
to give you our prices, we remain yours truly,
KENDALL. GROCERY CON P ANY
Phone 253. W. P. KENDALL, Manager.
P. S. Tobacco, Snuff and all Country Produce a specialty and our greatest
specialty is: Mora goods for same money; same goods for less money.
5 IS IT YOUR J
Have I notified you time after
time to come and settle? If so,
your paper is or will be in the hands
of an officer to collect and you will
be taxed with the cost. Can you
afford to have your property dis
posed of in that way? It is going
to be done if you don't settle.
Now, if you dont like it, ust
Cull C. Sikes. i