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TIIE UNION' COITNTY PAPER EVERYBODY READS IT
Hi: UNIO.X COUNTY PAPER EVERYBODY N?'EDS H
he Monroe journ At
PUBLISHED TWICE EACH WEEK - TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
VOL 27. No. 14.
MONROE, N. C, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1921.
$2.00 PER YEAR CtSH
SEEKS TO COLLECT TAX
(.. ktiiiik'iiI litakctH I. ion for Nearly
Three TIioii-jumI AgainM John
knight ami Neiiro Amm uiI.
one n protects creditors
Tin Federal i v i nmeiit, seeking
f make block ad i".-- an unprofitable
aF well as a hazardous undertaking,
h ;t- docket s li- n i:i tie clerk !'
in .iri's office for 2 -' .""'''I against
Jcr.n hnittn. ami Adam Wall. Clay
t.n Wall and Isaac Blount, colored.
La;-- Creek men. who were t'Hii
vkted i:i the last l-nii of Superior
court for t lit- illicit manufacture of
whiskey. This siit'i represents u lax
or. the estimated o.itput of the quar
tet s Mill.
A similar lien, amounting lo 2 2 " o .
ha been docketed against Cy Mullis
ti: d Jim Helms, of Marshvillo town
sh P. hut this Is thou'-ht to be an
r: r. ns Deputy Sheriff Paul Griffith
Is under t tie impression that Helms
was declared not entity, and that the
ca-H against MnlHs still pending in
Knight, one or the Lane Creek
r.vn. is serving nn eighteen months
road sentence, while the three
iK-troes were released en the pay
ment of a line. However, it Is doubt
ful if the Judgment against them will
ev.r be collected, as Adam Wall, the
only land owner of the four defend
ants, is said to be deeply In debt.
An effort, it is said, will be made
by the government to collert taxes
lrm all of the Union county men
who have been convicted of block
ading in the past few months. Henry
Halgler. who Is serving a term In the
federal penitentiary. Is reported to
have been assessed taxes amounting
to several thousand dollars. In his
case, officers say the government can
eiiforce collection, hia holdings be
ings estimated at a sum In excess of
A New Salem township convict
blockader. anticipating the filing of a
government lien against his property,
has sought to protect local creditors
by confessing to Judgments. Judg
ments already docketed against him
Include one for $225; one for $1150;
one for $199.25; and another for
I .Hirst Happenings In and Around
Mrs. J. F. Laney's "Near Kast Re
lief" report will be printed In Tues
day' Journal, lack of space having
crowded It out of this issue.
Dr. W. It. Cullum. for many years
professor of Bible at Wake Forest
college, will occupy the pulpit at the
first Baptist church at both services
Mr. C. Ii. Hill and Miss IVrtha
Taylor, daughter of Elder H. Taylor,
all of Monroe township, were married
Surday by Esq. S. A. Helms at his
residence on Benton Heights.
i'.cv. V. B. Homes closed a success
ful meeting at North Monroe Ilaptist
(hijich Sunday night. The church
w:v- much revived and twenty-five
Jul tied to the church.
r'ossrs. Joe Heath, N. C. English,
J. W. Hamilton, W. E. Fundobriirk
and Ik Hlair returned Tuesday nf-tcMn-it
from a fishing trip to Ever
ett's pond, iiiiir Rockingham. They
carght a number of Jack, trout and
Orovcll street Is entirely blocked
to trarile from the Jail west, its it is
being graded, curbed and guttered,
an J the large culvert at the foot of
thf jail hill is being relayed in stone.
It is a much needed improvement, as
the Btreet has been in bad shape for
Mr. T. A DeLancey, a Grange or
g.ir.izer, will deliver an address at
Uoik Kest Saturday evening at 7:30.
As Hock Rest was the center of
Gtange activities in this county al-inc-t
half a century ago, much Inter
est is being manifested in this ap
Superior court for the trial of civil
cases, has been postponed from Mon
day, March 28, to Thursday, March
SI; t. lor the reason that Messrs.
J. J. Parker, A. M. Stack and
E. T. Cansler, attorneys in the Hoss
will case, which it is thought will
take up most of the court's time, be
ing engaged In trying a case in Meck
"Tito best and cheapest hotel in
the state," is what scores of travel
ing men ore saying about the Joffre
since Mr. Isaac Brown, the manager,
voluntarily reduced his rates about
twenty-five per cent. Such service
as can now be secured at Monroe's
hotel, according to local traveling
men, will cause many "knights of the
grip" to spend Sundays here Instead
of in Charlotte.
The Monroe high school baseball
team left today for Chester where
tluy will open the 1921 season with
the high school team there. The local
lads have been practicing every after
noon for the past six weeks and are
in good shape for the opening game.
On Monday they will Journey to Sal
isbury for their second game, and on
Tuesday will meet Ualrd's school, of
Charlotte, here. Coach C. N. Bruner
yesterday announced the line-up of
the team as follows: Snyder, catch
oi ; Williams, first base; Wray. sec
one base: English, s. s. and p: Fair-
ley, third base; Lanoy, r. f.; Fairley.
M., c. f.; Horton. 1. f.; Crowell, s. s.
and p.; LemmomlfWipRs, Pccrest and
Old poopVa menioi ics have no
wrinkles i;-. them.
Ben Greet Players In "As You Like It
at Redpatlt Cliautauqua
I pine li nu: th t t.iir to
i.i: umikiv.i i nn my
, S ineilii'ig l hillins: lee Ftdiaue uud
j Ill.-M' lilMII-. M.I) !!f t illlM' nf llll-
I l oililc.
Mirer;.) Spr.nrs. Hi. 1. Manli
Vir. i l l Mis. Jul.n Fuieli of Moo-
, in Miiiilav vi mi-. JiMiliS
ii.il.. r. Mr Heinv ) !!. ;.
i :n I Hiii-cii li.nl t:i me!' i
'"MAN FROM HOME" IS ON
j THE CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM
Leo tu-et t'lajcr-. Will Ih pear
in !uik eair t Hiiet.-lri
n.a "A ..! Like It."
N eS XUV; ,?iv Vt A i F 3 ms. ra.i h...m... i,ad the ,.,i..t. Li-n:i h ur.u.
vy ; t"; -v . s , -v Tl v 'in- m mnuj au . injur. -ii u -
, v V t H C t Ml a . J Ai?ti4 :':; ' he. n..iieM n.:ll -T- -. H":e: ta- famous
, ;v N t 'ft J W yMi' s"4'" s v' iun "Ul friends h. r-. ,:''1 l'i.'"' "i Sl.;:ke-.raivs
rMV'A, r'fc O I'M I 4 ' . ' Mr. ra-! Phl-r iH leave I...- -mi i'Miiorial eom-dy. A Vou Like Iu"
A" y$ . Vi-: x " i' -i. ' Yf I i .eM.-i.ded tiMt to Nen Vr.tk atid o.he. katiiem.e L;duewa and Malph Bma-
S.U'&VzJ'-jrr'i AX 'it f IN k Ap !"". ,., ;.,. haM. i...,..l..r e.,tert.,i.,..r.-.: a mimical
' 'lfX$ .1$ , ' J rJsLJ KKViimV& ? tr,, ,., K,,slavv la,. Fi i , .'" ..,,....,! al er-
kttr'-V I Ml" A";, V4iTJ i liml !,l:1- repei! rm.sld.ral.!. cot- 't-'i''-'" -:.:-i.i.ie, !
fyiVifc? v : . itt 'fW-'hJtVJ &rZl " 1'U.iit.Hl ami W;.iie,.non u.. .ta'-l- at.. vc, ,.,.s hid; .. ;il appear
Pfi Vl 1 "4 i V 'V T If fLfl-? A.. .M.H-,,.,1 aevide,;t OM-Mind at "-" the 1221 liedpalh fl.autau-
CUlfL v s ' xJ fi-Tlvy T Mr. W. V. I'lyler's mill m Sat.r.oay. Hiua. beginning ',!...!;,-. Ap.il 2Stl..
'JiK ? ' x HV: . IX' -U that muIN the mill '.Mu-ir. drama. I.... and d.,s(.hy all
ri t 'V- sv : . . x , i . . ;j .kjL , " tfci k 11.. i i. iiii-iui ii.tn nti i-v ii 11111:. i v tiit'i. .rinp
luji a l.e.ivy oak scantling and threw it .seven itavs irotr:uii.
lauai...; ti.e mill, consideraiilv injur-1 The Nein .'niic. , t Company,
iiiw .: and pluyiui; havw generally. I in uring u.. lii. t uMernoon. i
I However, the power was turned oiT composed ....Minis; artists ot per-
The famous Ben Greet Mayers, with a splendid oust, will appear on the fourth night of the Iiedpnth Chautau
qua in Shnk4"wre's immortal comedy, "As You Like It." Sympathetic Interpretation ..f the dramatist's subtle
nuiuor and Milium characterizations distinguish this excellent production, which possesses all the witchery of the
et'a genius. Tho fourth nij,'ht will be one of the trong-st programs of Chautauqua week.
25PERCT.CUT IN PROPERTY
beloie any one was hint.
j sunalitv .
JOHNSON OR HAWF1ELD
I.Hd Stii-M mi the Dust
I like value shall have been destroyed, Wlngate. March 24. Despite the
! agreeably to the returns made in ac-jbad weather large crowds are attend-
I nm'il U'ith tllo lll'fivluillllrf nf tllltl i inn I n.i ,uii'lniui tlia. t. .... hutiur w.n-
....... . . . M.r.nnArv l"'"" ...v.. .... - ...- .i.r o i . . o ii.ov i
KilK (NY ASSKSMIKiacl- I ducted in the high school auditorium
tv vvvixi v t
Mr. Barnes I'lyler bad a mule richt
badly cut when it ran into a barbed
wire It nee last Monday.
Mr. V. V. I'lyler lift Tor Cn-.ns-linio
Monday to allenil the state
I understand that I'rospict has a
chance to get a state appropriation
McMII.I.. COLLEGE MATE Ifor a high school, provided enough
OF MIEKWOOO AMI BEACH ! students ran be had. I have always
J thought that if a high school was ev-
The Tilo Were at Wake ForoM t'ol-jer needed in a place, it is needed
lege Year Ago Former Wlngate here. The graded school has been
L'oiinty Board to Itevlew VhIiihiIoiis. j by IJev. J. A. McMillan, of McCall,
Either One Chii tiet the Job, Accord
lug to Those Who r Close to
the Count)' Officials.
S. C. Much enthusiasm Is being man
ifested. Rev. Mr. McMillan was in
college at Wake Forest with Kev. A.
C. Sherwood, the beloved pastor of
the Baptist church here, and Prof. C.
M. Beach, the highly efficient prin
cipal of the Wlngate school.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Black of Badin
here for sixteen years and 1 will say
not more than a dozen of the five
hundred students that have passed
through thl school have ever com
pleted their high school studies and
only four or five have ever entered
college. This is not a reflection on
the children's ability to learn, how
"The board of county commission
era and the county board of apprais
ers and review, heretofore appointed
under chapter 84 of the public laws
of 1919. shall meet jointly In each
TO HA YE TOWNSHir ASSISTANTS j county on the first Tuesday after the
1 first Monday in April. 1921. as a
Persons close to the county of- county board of review, to determine
firials forecast a horizontal reduction ( if the value of real property, as here- ,are the guests of the latter's mother,
of twenty-five per cent In the as-: tofore appraised and assessed In the! Mrs. Lydia Perry,
sessment of real property and the ap- j county as a w hole, is In excess of the Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Small are being
polntment of either Mr. P. H. John-! fair value of such property at the , congratulated on the birth of a
son or Mr. W. D. Hawfield as county t time of meeting of such board. The 'daughter.
tax supervisor when the county com- 'chairman of the board of county com-' iMiss Thelma Humphrey is teceiv-
mlssloners meet here the tirst .won- mlssioners shall be the chairman of ing treatment in a Charlotte turn
day In April for the purpose of com-1 the county board of review, as thus
plying with the machinery act of constituted, and the clerk of the
1(21 in reference to the listing of board of county commissioners shall
property for the ensuing year. be secretary of the said board. The
The commissioners are said to said board shall make iironer inuuirv
have agreed that property has demand investigation Into the existing ; ditches filled on the school campus. !of timber they seldom leave
dined twenty-five per cent In value, values of real property, as compared! Wlngate was visited Saturday by tree.
I'ii.'y feature with dis
tinction versatility the tuneful
and melodic compositions of the great
American composer. Ethelbirt Nevia.
Their truly artistic program will
varied with clever im personations
and popular ensemble numbers.
"Aiueiiia Looking Ahead'' Is th
lecture, nu the opening niulit. by
Montavilh' Flowers, eminent, publi
cist. This t (impelling speaker em
phasizes th-" principles upon which
the future t'iV and happiness ot the
nation depea I. His is a stirring
thought-provoUius; presentation Of.
the problems of today.
The Chapel Singers, on the second
day, feature representative sacred
music, beautifully sung. Their pro
gram also offers a splendid variety
of popular mini bets and will be sure
to please the entire audience.
ever, for not a school in me county r.cis a. uinns, lecnum on ma
has turned out more first grade f-ecoud night, presents an Interesting
Vr. Y. M. Bogan, who has been In
Badin on business since the latter
part of last week, has returned home.
teachers than Prospect, and If we had
that high school we would do busi
ness. A friend called my attention to the
foliage of pine trees dying. Since
then I have observed that it is gen
eral, and seems to have affected the
scrub pine the most. Just what Is the
cause I am not able to ascertain.
Most people think it is the pine beetle
at work, others the heavy sleet and
cold of the past winter. If it should
be the pine beetle as some think, it's
goodbye tobacco patch, for they set
dom do any damage before mid-
Flowers have been replanted and summer and where they hit a section
and this Is the amount of the reduc- with the assessed and appraised a former Wlngate boy, now living in
Hon thev will seek to make. Whether : values thereof In the several cities, a neighboring town, who gave an ex-
or not such a reduction will meet the towns and townships of the county; I hibitlon of fast automobile riding.
'approval of the state tax commission, and if it shall find that the assessed raising the dust to unusual heights, j for his legs
jthe final arbiter, remains to lie seen. value of such property Is In excess So fast did he run his car that had
There will be no change in personal oi the actual value, it snail find the the war been on the residents would
propertv valuations, however. average percentage of such excess in certainly have thought that a German
Neither Mr. Johnson or .Mr. liaw- the county as a whole or in the sev- zeppelin had suddenly fallen In their
Mr. Carl Belk was home from
and vitally Informative address on
Bolshevism in Russia and Siberia.
His interpretation of the soul of the
Slavic race is authorative and chal
lenging. Ot exceptional Interest
are his experiences as a member of
the famous Polish Legion.
The artist's recital by the Mercer
Company, on the third aftrenoon, will
be highly appreciated and enjoyed.
Harry Yeazell Mercer, well-knowa
tenor, and Harold Kyres, violonist,
are the feature artists of the com
pany. The third night will be "ArtlstJ
Night." A concert by the Mercer
Company will be followed by an ln
terpretative recital by Katharine
Uldgeway. Miss Ridgeway has been
field are in any sense a candidate,
but It is stated on pood authority
jthat either one can secure the Job.
I The former is a candidate for alder
man from his ward, and If he should
the state tax commission
than the twentieth day
1021. The values so report
uccipt tho appointment he would b' be the the values at which the proti-
the race, a- erty shall be assessed lor taxation,
I'lexlijleiian Imicli Notes
Services on Sunday next as follows:
10 a. in.. Sunday school, W. A. Ilen-
supt.; 11a. tn., Worship a, id
"0 p. in., Preaise service
not Inter at nir tho aw i "U ncrnioii. linn in i- mi ".ini
of Vnrll i Mn r I Tlu.mnsnii been n I . ! Sll llda.v of the clllllch Veiir
,t ahi.il ' f. i-iin. iy.. n ii.-iit uiiiu'W nf iiiiln. arrearages ne inaue up, rresnj ici i-
a Charlotte hospital lor a few days j enthusiastically received iu all parts
recently. He Is taking a treatment , of the United States. Pathos, fire
and love of outdoor things, all con
tribute to one central theme in her
oral cities, towns and townships, and midst. The young fellow came bacR .derson,
shall report Its finding so made to Monday and paid a small fine for vlo-, sermon ;
forced to nttre from
.the rtate con. I itution forbids one unless and until the same have been
j from1 hoi 'ing t;vo offices. The salary (hanged and revised by the stale tax
of the tax supervisor will be set by commission and certified to the board
.the c oniiissio'.ers. of countv commissioners of such
j Whoev r is r.ppoit.ted is Riven the county, wh!:ii shall be done not later
nt'th'.'iit . undT the machinery art. 'than t.le f,,i ,;,y ,,f July, IliJl.
to a;j'oi.it si? assistant from each
j township, to le known us township
I Hst - takers and ;;sse.ir.ers, whose
duties are set forth, as follows:
l mules ol A sesMirs. , determine R.iecltlc coiiinlaints of over-
Mr. Jesse Williams, of Waxhaw,
was a visitor here Sunday.
It has been learned that the thieves
who broke into the store of Mr. !!.
L. McWhiiier a few weeks ago spent
sometime in a tenant house on the
farm of Mr. E. H. Williams.
"The board of county commission
ers of the several counties shall have
! and exercise authority to hear and
Is Seen lo Advantage in Maigne
al Auxiliary Apl. 4-6 Reporter.
For Ahlenintn Ward 'Hire".
1 hereby announce mysel fa candi
late for Alderman from ward three
subject to the liemocratic primary.
J. T. Sltl'TK.
1 "Each towmiiip list-taker and as- valuation or under-valuation of any the Cecil He .Mille production of
J sensor appointed under the authority particular tracts of real property, j "Something to Think About," has
i(if this act shall advertise in five or 'and after the general equalization probably the strongest role In his
more public places within the town-! order provided for in the proceeding screen career In the Charles Miiiine
ship not later than the twentieth day i subsection has been made, any per- production of "The Keiituckians,"
I of April, notifying all taxpayers to, son who owns property subject to the well known John Fox, Jr., novel.
return to him all real and personal . taxation and who finds that said , which comes to the Strand Theatre j
property which each taxpayer shall property stands assessed for taxation, j Monday next. He enacts the role of
(Own on the first day of May, and said after such equalization order has : Boone Stallard, a Kentucky nioun-
return shall be made to the list-taker i been made, at an amount in excess ; taineer, who goes to the legislature
during the month of May under lheOf the actual value of such property with the ambition of winning omanrl-
pnlns and penalties imposed by law, ; on the first day of May, 1921, may ' pntlon lor his fellovvmen.
and naming the times and places M 'have the right to have the same re- j No sooner does he attend a session
I which he will be present to receive assessed and reappraised by the said of the legislature than he has a clash
'tax lists. The township list-taker board, by filing with the clerk of the with Randolph Marshall, a Kentucky
land assessor shall obtain from each ! board of county commissioners, some aristocrat, who vows that the only
taxpayer a full, complete and detailed ;time during the month of May. 1921, way to get order into the mountain- niary
'statement of each and every piece an application in lorm ana substance ous regions is to disrupt me moun-
program. Miss Rldgeway's excep
tional art is enriched by delightful
wit an da charming personality.
The famous Ben Green Player?
with a splendid cast appear on he
fourth night In Shakespeare's great
Let all comedy. "As You I.Ike It." Sympa
thetic interpretation of the dramat
ist's subtle humor and brilliant char
acterizations distinguish this excel
lent production which possexes uil
the witchery of the poet's pmius.
I A popular concert by the National
! Male Quartet Is the routine of the
1 tilth afternoon. This organization is
'notable for an unusually blending of
'exceptional solo voices, and for rare
musical and entertainment ability.
I Quartet music of the highest type as
i well as humorous Impersonations by
l haiiea cox, manager of the compa
ny, render (he program thoroughly
A biu Chautauqua feature will be
lr. Frederick Monsen's illustrated
lecture on the fifth night. "The
Truth About Mexico" is especlall
valuable because it includes a vigor
ous presentation of personal experi
ences with such men us Dial. HuerU,
Villa. Carauza and Obregon. The
lecture Is Illustrated by magnificent
Dr. Frank L. Loveland's challenge
For Alderniiin I'oiiH'i W.tid. j(ng address on "The Perils of Dem
I hereby anounee mvself a candi- ncrarv" is the result of extensive in-
Mlibnnks ''or Alderman.
We, voters and taxpayers of ward
.". present the name of Mr. P. F. F.u-
I hanks as the logical candidate for ul-
Bltie, the big westerner who dernian from our ward. There Is no
distinct succtss recently in one more efficient. VOTERS.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for mayor, subject to the action
of the Democratic primary.
T. FRANK LIMERICK.
For Aldeiinan Fourth Wnnl.
I hereby announce inyselt a candi
date tor Ahl.rniiui irom !':" fourth
vvtrd. siibject to the Demo' i 'tic pri
maty. W. E. FFNDKUBl'llK.
date for Alderman from the foul th wstigalions both at home and In Eu
ward, subject to the Democratic pri-
V. H. WOOD.
His lecture on the sixth after-
and kind of property, real, personal,! as follows:
and mixed, which said taxpayer shall i
own on the first day of May, together !
with, ns near as possible, the true i
value In money or all such property!
owned by him or them, or which!
may be under his or their control ns
agent, guardian, administrator, or
otherwise, and which should be listed
Ifor taxatlou; and it shall be the duty
!of said township list-taker and as
sessor to ascertain by visitation, in
vestigation, or otherwise, the actual
cash value in money of each piece or
class of property In his township,
and to list such property at its actual
value for taxation. He is hereby au
thorized and empowered to adininis
j ter oaths In all cases necessary to ob
j tain full and correct Information con
cerning any taxable real and personal
property In his township.
Listing tn Off. Years.
"Except in the year when there
shall be an assessment of real prop-
ierty, and except as otherwise
, provided in this act, the town
ship list-taker and assessor shall list
'To the Board of County Com
""I hereby make application
for the reassessment of the real
property hereinafter described,
for the reason that the said
property Is now assessed in ex
cess of Its actual value on the
first day of May. 1921, and do
hereby certify that In my best
Judgment the actual value of the
said property on that date was
as it is stated here to be:
Actual value May 1, 1921
(Signature of complainant)
. tninotiH country. A feud In the moun
tains causes Stallard to (lee to his
oeonle and he demonstrates success
fully that he can rule them. When Hubjeet to the action of the Denioera
he returns to Frankfort, planning to tic primary. LEK BROOM
nsk the hand of the governor's daugh-
noon stimulates a patriotism based on
a sane and sturdy Americanism. It
itillu a Oumiiiiii in lli.iuu .I'lva t?
I hereby announce myself , candi-1 1C01lnmic mm,st
uaie I or Aiueii.iau iruni nam i.
'or Alderman From 'Ward One.
ter In marriage, he Is brought to
sudden realization of the difference
.between the mountaineers and the
Blue Grass people and refrains from
any such step and the picture closes
with the assumption that Marshall
wins the girl.
A Statement from Kev. Mr. Snyder.
To the Editor of The Journal:
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for mayor, subject to the action
of the Democratic primary.
J. D. McRAE.
For Alderman, Filth Ward.
"The Man From Home," on the
sixth night, is one of the most suc
cessful ot modem comedy dramas.
The plot centers around the advent
ures of an eccentric young lawyer and
his efforts to save his ward, a roman
tic title-hunting girl, from a conspir
ing family of the "fine flower" of
Europe. Thrilling situations, bub
bling humor and clever acting make
I hereby announce myself a candi- this play an exceptionally popular
the lands in his township at the val
uatlon previously assessed on the erty on the first dav of Ma v. one
same, and shall list and assess all j thousand nine hundred and twenty
'personal property in said township. ' one."
iSurh township list-taker and asses-!
Jsor shall correct any parcel of real j Card of Thank.
property on which any structure of i We wish to thank our pinny fri i-'
;ver on hundred dollars value tuny, both white and colored for tip' '
.have been erected or Improved In ex- ness shown I's t'iroush t'"- ' '
test of the value of one hundred do!- and death of our father tml ' . -. .,i
brs, or on w hich any structure of the j it. J. and Jaae Coviiiyi j:i.
I desire to call attention to the er
roneous Idea of the patrons of the
schools of Union county in regard to
the attendance law. The law excuses
from attendance those providentially
hindered only. The board of edura-
"Any citizen of the county may file tion in session In March advised the
complaint of the under-valuation of i chief attendance officer in cases of
any real property In the county, or dire need he could grant a working
the board, of its own motion, review permit. I am informed that some
the valuation of any property that It have already taken advantage of this
finds to be valued at more or less ( and have misled the attendance of-
than the actual value of such prop- fleer. I desire to call your attention
ward, subject to the action of the
J. W. FOWLER.
Following a del; ,htful musclal pro
gram on tho lust afternoon, Wallace
Bruce Amsbary, author and Interpre
ter, will give a lecture-recital, lis
renews for his audiences the elusive
charm and wholesome humor of
James Whitcouib Riley. Entertain-
to threr considerations, first, the in
terest of th? child, second, regard for
the law, and third, the oath that
must he made to se- ure this erm't.
It is my deiirc to ri"'i l
rvc-v Fpnliri'il f.o- ; r-.iii and 1
!" !' :e.-.;ert tiv.t the applicant I
' e - ith me Voiti's for d-j
iiati-eial development. E. C. Suyder, ! W
County Welfare Officer. d'-s
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of Mayor of the City of
Monroe, subject to the action of the . ing sketches from the life and works
Democratic primary.. J. C. M. ANN. of Riley are interspersed with Inter
. , , ... , Jesting personal reminiscences of the
l or Alderman V nm i 1 otirtli Yard . b(,0ved Hoosier poet. Mr. Amsbary
We. the rotors of the fourth ward. s bo, , entertainer and a lecturer,
hereby announce the candidacy oft As a fitting close to a delightfully
Mr. J. . Lathan ns alderman from entertaining an,i up-to-the-minute
our ward, subject to the action of nroRrain como- Ra,,,h Bingham. on
tho Democratic primary OTERS. of Amorloa f,rolltt fun makrs, a
I humorist of the highest order. Ten
'thousand performances throughout
For Alderman Ward Four.
t tii.t(.l,v nnnnnnitA tui-ur.lf o i.un.11-
,1'f for Alderman from ward four, j Jh,".,ro",,,r,-f have ,npRl his
:..:hi,.t to the action of the Demo- ,an," 'il..,hp noVh- "". "
J. M NHAM Bl'NDY.
Wit, wisdom, niiisic, drollery
th enliven his prn;:tam.
ha'.'ver ?o leave to Cod, God) Nothing but a , good life ran fit
and lilesjes tis. I people for a better one.