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TuesJy' Juy 007-
Mr. K. G. Fotistand family spent
some time last iwk at the seashore.
Miws Kva awl Nannie M-mreof
Wadettlioro are visiting their uncle,
Mr. J. C Suiitb.
Mint Kan ire Waflortl of Clinton
8. ('., is visiting Mi-s Kaniiie ami
JVie Au-aiu.
Mrs. J. S. Ibistvand Miss Konuie
Hasty ami Mr. T. It Brown ami
children are visiting at Sjufortl.
The little ma of tVj.t. T. R Hale
s taken to ( lu-ster last night to
I lie hospital, it U'iiiir fearetl that
he lisiil an attack of apenilicitis.
Mm lr. James K. Durham of
Kershaw, H. ('., will visit her
cousin, Mrs. J. K. I.aiiey, this
In thealwnceof Kev. Mr. Ware,
who was at tending a iin.-ioiiary
rally at Mill tirovrou Sunday, Kev
I. K. Mann of Wax haw preached
in t eutral rluirch Sunday morning.
Mr. A. M. Stack addressed Hie
children of the Sunday schools ol
the I'resbytenaa and Methodist
churches, in the J'resbyterian
church, Sunday altermxm.
Monroe is now a accond class
postoftiec loan. This entitle the
office here to more help anil Mr.
Je w llliainsnii has been aiiKmt
id Uiouey order cleik.
Three tiiPiiiU-rs of the futility of
Mr. J. h, I'reHHley of north Moil
iiie township have typhoid fever,
ANuit teu years apo there were ten
cased of the disease in Mr. Press-
ley 'a family at one time.
Dr. T. . Uedaine returned
from Knnxvilte, Tciin , Saturday.
J Ms daughter, Mm. Julia I'lice,
went to intend the KuoxvilleSiim
mer S'hool ami the doctor accom
panied her.
Mr. J. W. Kowell, Masonic lee-
tuier, ami lainily are v initln Mr.
J. .1. (i 01 If rev in Jackson township.
Mr. Kowell, who now livi-s in !an
ilolph county, is lecturing at l.uin-
Mr. V. J. Mctiuiit ami Mr.
J -in i ly ('. Langlcy were limn ied
last Wednesday morning, at t lie
home of Mr. (i. W. Flynii in north
Monroe. Kev. S. U. l!iock oftici-uted.
dipt, T. J. ('melon will 1h in
Monroe on the Fourth and asks till
the meiiilierH of Company li, 'Jtitli
Itcgiiiieiit, to meet him at J. li.
Simpson ,S; ( o. 'h stole at ! o'cliK'k.
('apt. Curt-ton lives lit WiuiihIhiio,
H. C.
The Jackson Clult w ill lie oen
to all meniliers ami their wives and
friends and all the young ladies ol
the town the night of July Ith. A
good view of the lirewoiks display
can In? had from the building, lie
ficshincnts will Ir served.
Mr. K. V. Houston, ('apt. S. (I.
Howie and the Clerk of the Court,
forming the county board of pen
sions, met yesterday and received
applications from the old soldiers
desiring iensioim next year. There
were tilioiit one hundred applica
tions for new pensions or for tin
The committee having in charge
the arrangement for the old sold
ii'rs dinner nxk that all w ho will,
whether the committee was aide to
call on them or not, to scud their
contributions to the 1-ee building
early Thursday morning. If there
are any w ho are not prepared to
send eatables, money will lie ac
cepted. Kev. J. V. Thomas, presiding
elder of the Charlotte district, A.
M. M ion church, died in Char
lotte this morning at N o'clock of
tuberculosis of the bowels. Ho was
an able minister, well known here,
and did a good work for the col
ored race. He was the father of
Hi. li L. Thomas of Monroe and
was alwut .1.1 years old.
Pr. li. K. fiuin of I'liionvillehas
located in Wtulmw for the prac
tice of medicine. Dr. (iuin grad
uated at the North Carolina Medi
cal College at Charlotte this year
and successfully passed his exami
nation before the State board a few
weeks ago. He is a most excellent
young gi'iitlciiuiu and gives prom
ise of high success in his chosen
Kale, the sixteen months -old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. (.
llai roll of Marshvillo died last
Tuesday afternoon. The lit'Jo girl
was a very bright and interesting
child. She had beeu sick eight
weeks and death came as a great
relief to intense anHeriiig. The
young pan-uts have the sympathy
of all in this their first great sor
sow. Mrs. II. L. McManns died Tues
day evening nt her home in the
Hand's Grove neighborhood. She
was .VS years of nge and had leen
a member of Bond's (irove Metho
dist church for many years. Be
sides her husband, seven children
survive her. Mrs. McManns had
liecn mtlicted for more than a year
and had been in the hospital at
Monroe part of the time. Her re
mains were buried at Wcddington
The lmard of education met yes
terday, consisting of Dr. J. K. Ash
eruft, Messrs. J. K, Broom and Jan.
A. Marsh, and elected Dr. Ashciaft
chairman and Mr. IC X. Kiahet
county superintendent. Mr. F, B.
Ash era ft, the retiring member, was
unable to tie present ou account of
his health. Mr. Asbcraft wound
up a service of eight years ou the
hoard, much of which time lie was
chairman, and the county never bad
a more faithful, sensible, and val
uable jcrvant. The lmard will meet
agaiu ou Monday, the l'Jtli, for ap
pointment of school committeemen.
Visit the Cosniorama, the moving
picture show, over Lingle'a store,
on the Fourth.
The distrwsiuj; news a is rewir
ed here yesterday that Mrs. Lillian
Stewart, wife of Kv. 8. A. Stew
art, bad died at Kobe, Jan. ou
I be tenth tf June. Mrs. Stewart
was from Spirtauloirg and she and
Mr. Stewart were urn tried last Au
gust and immediately sailed fr
Jaan as itiisnitmarif of the Mel li
odist church. Mr. Stevart leave
a little luby, which at the lime the
letter a written, was lieiug eared
for by a lady luissiouary. The let
ter front Mr. Steaart was very
brief and stated that he would write
more details as he could later. It
is a sad blow to the young man and
he has the timet sincere sun pat by
of bis many friends and rclat ives at
home iu his sad liereaveuieut.
Mr. Sarah Sheni, wife of Mr.
Wiley Sheoni of Camden, 8. C.,
died here at the home of Mr. J. II.
Benton last Tuesday afternoon.
A Unit tax weeks ago Mrs. Shcom
eaiue to Monroe to visit her sisters,
MesaMiuesJ. II. and Frank Ben
ton. She had I "ecu sick alsxit three
mouths ami soon after arriving in
Monroe was taken a great deal
worse. Mrs. Shcoru was yearsieiiH, Jas. . llaney, I.
old. She as a uative of Cauideli, It. It. Parker, tieo. S.
S. C. Shn leiivf-s a linsbaiiil and
nine childieu. Mrs, Slieoru was
well kuowu and greatly Moved iu
Monroe, as she bad visitisl hen?
uuiiiber of t iiuea. The remains were
taken to Camden for burial.
County Commissioners' rkctinf.l la Memoriam.
Petition for new road beginning Whereas it has been the will of
on point on LancaMrr road near the Ouinipot-bt (iod, before whi
J. W. Fimher', to l'lyler Mill divine will we bow with huiuilitr
road near J. W. IjUhaii's, ordered ! to remove from our midst a about
Trascdy in Mitchell County.
The Tiiah Bible SiH-iety will
celebrate its fiftieth anniversary on
r inlay ami Satunlav, July '!! h
and 1'iith. KVv. L T. Mann, pits
tor of the Waxhaw circuit, will
address the society on Friday after
noon, and Kev. (J. A. Blackburn of
Columbia, S. ('., on Saturday morn
ing. Both of these gentlemen are
utile and thoughtful siieakers ami
will no doubt have something of
unusual interest iu store for this oc
casion. ( apt. T. K. xM of this
place will ou Saturday read a his
torical sketch of the society.
Waxhaw F.uterprise.
The public sale of the Colossus
gold mine properly yesterday a as
a very quiet affair and t ho proper
ty was bid iu by Mr. John L Hip
pie ot 1'ennsj Ivania. It is sup-
poseil that the s lie w:is for the pur
pose of reorganiiug (he company,
paying the balance due the inott
Cagi-e, Sir. John C. Bates, and get
ting iu shaiie to resume work. The
old company was capitalized at tun
and half million dollars.a good deal
of which was water. Much money
has been spent ou the property and
the men who put up the cash are
supposed to lie the ones to have
now gotten hold of the property.
The report of the clerk of the
Recorder's Court to the county
commissioners Yesterday for the
three mouths that the court has
Ism doing business was gratifying.
It showed that the costs collected
and turned over by the court.
which is divided between the town
and county, appmximatelv Paid
the salaries of the recorder and the
letk, mid that the tines, which go
into the school funds, ."iTI so far,
is clear prolit. Not only this, there
has lieen a great saving to the
county in jail lees.
The new rates went into effect
on the Seaboard yesterday mid all
the conductors now carry a pocket
full of pennies to make change. As
an example of the dill'erence local
ly, it may be mentioned that while
the old rate to Charlotte from Mon
roe at III was S cents, the new
ate at is .M; old rate to Wax
haw III ceuts, new L'T. There is
now only one rate, the first and
second class rates having been abol
Mr. B. W. Hatcher, grand lect
urer of the State Masonic lodge,
died nt his home in Albemarle yes
terday. He had liecn sick for
sometime but was thought to lie on
the mend until suddenly taken
worse. He is survived by his wife
and son. He hud been masonic
cturer for .'IS years and devoted
all his time to the cause. He had
many w arm friends here, as all over
the State, and his death is a real
The surveying party running the
line from the Catawba river is now
in Monroe, having completed the
survey from the works on the river
by way of Ijiticuntcr. It is Just 'M
miles from the power plant on the
river to Monroe. Surveys will now
be iiiudo to all the principal points
about town where power may be
distributed later. While there has
Is-en uo sale of ixiwei here, the
oinpnny is getting in shape to dis
pose of it later.
IVtitiou for change and exten
sion "I Aiisl in road, in Bitford
towuship, granted, etilioners to
U-ar all ront aud exieusrs.
Cotton Weigher Wier and Trull
offered ofticial Imnd, which ia ac
cepted. T. L. Price give bond as con
stable of (iiNM Creek township.
Settlement with medical deHki
tory: Four himdrvd and tweuly
n i ne preset ipti.nw filled in June,
amounting to -'." i.:io, as follows:
Ma)', .Vi; Thomas, !!; Nance,
iU; Stevens. Blair, I4.': Stewart,
l'.; Asbcraft, 0; Neal, .Ml; Whit
ley, .'I; Houston, I; Armlield, 1-1;
Austin, I; Pi ice, h; Smith, II; Rai
lings B"Ketr I; (Jilutore, 1;
Jerome, .'!.
The follow ing jurors were drawn
for Civil term f court, lieginiiing
."rd Monday in August: J. L
Broom, J. U Williams, C. I Biv-
J. (iritlin,
lie. C. T.
Bailey, Joe Stephenson, (ieo. A.
Taylor, J. Baxter Williams, J. P.
Fowler, K.C. Xewsom, C. P. Helms,
A. I- liocke, II- I'.dgar Williaius,
II. C, Marsh, W. B. tii ifliu.
Second wetk Luther Little, S.
I. Moon, Isaiah Mclntyre, J. M.
King, J. A. lU-nnett, J. T. Bass,
K li. Snider. J. W. Ikn-s, J. S.
liaucom, Moflit A. Ostsune, A. W.
McManns, (Jtt. W. IK-es, Jr., K.
F. Haney, H. W. lU lk, J. K. Biv
ens, C. (I Lowry, J. Vernon (irilliu,
C. W. Stegall.
J. C. lUn lolph LiiUii Andns.1.
B iri-s.n at (iienAyivlLiifsibv aft
rrt. 1 r I .,.! I. 1. u .... . I :
warn m our ll!..,.-..tt i...i.. I"""V '-""'r"
I..UI' uju. " ana Jlr Burl.- au-us-d him of
lU-ls,dvd. Th:.t"i ,K- .1,1. ..t ,M& j'' I'f 'lf rty hi high. Bur
. . l . : . 7 . ' , " 'li slai u-.J l"n..ti,!i a time w
Special Notice;
U HKX )J lasJ lirt ciass. iviuliie '
ttinlit ); - I .tir-.- alHl ttruwuj
M.-i un !-. NM. II or l.s. (
indorses Plan for County Hos
To 111 Ktlitor f Thf Jouriml:
The plan proposed by Mr. (Ieo.
Atkinson for a county hospital
is Isith feasible and roper. 1 com
mend it ami 1iokj the scheme will
materialize speedily.
W. 8. Bl.AKKNKV.
Visit the Cosniorama, the moving
picture show, over Lingle's store,
on the Fourth.
Six-Room Cottage
New and well located. Only
a few minutes' walk from
Court House. Modern im
provements. Price, $1,550
For terms and full partic
ulars rail on
Gordon & English,
Mgrs. Ins. and Real Estate Dept.,
Savings, Loan Hi Trust Co.
Recorder's Court.
Since the last issue of the paiier
l4corder Stevens has disposed of
the following eiwes;
J. M. illiams, assault and bat
teryj -I and costs.
W. T, Puillipps, drunk ami dis
orderly; IU and cost.
John Greenlee, druuk aud disor
derly! .'( and cohts.
John Black, drunk and disorder
ly) Judgment susjsuided on pay
ment of costs.
J. 1). Parker, assault and bat
tery; eiiiiy and costs.
IM McClelland, olistrueting aud
delaying ofticer; judgment susS'iid
ed ou payment of costs.
S.tm T1ioiiii.hoii, false pit'tense,
not guilty.
Frank Dal ton, druuk, prayer for
judgment continued ou payment of
The Price Byruiu cases were all
mil provh'd this morning, each side
paving its owu cost. It will lie re
called that Miss Price and Mr. X.
V. Byriim went to South Carolina
and were married; Mr. Price, the
father, indicted Bvrum for abduc
tion; alleging that his daughter
was under II; that Miss Byruiu
took out ix peace warrant uguinst
A. F. Russell ii nd Otiin Rus
sell, assault and battery; not guilty;
prosecution taxed with costs.
Sudden Death of Mr. Plnkncy
Mr. Pinkiicy Walkup, a well
known young man of Jackson town
ship, brother of Mr. John L. Walk-
up of ax haw, 11-11 dead lost Fri
day. Ho was apparently iu perfect
health ami had never been sick a
day in his life. He had gone from
his work across the farm to a col-
oreii cemetery where a grave was
being dug, and while looking at the
work Tell dead on the newly thrown
up dirt. Death is supposed to have
been duo to the rupture of a blood
vessel aliout the brain.
Mr. Walkup was only thirty
.Veal's old the -ith of last January.
He had taeu a member of Tirzah
church since his fifteenth year and
was in all respects a noble young
man. lie is survived by his wife,
but no children, their only child
having died alsiut a year ago. He
was the first of nine children to die.
It is unnecessary to say that his
sudden aud untimely death was a
great shock to bis community in
which he stood so well.
Health Bulletin Scarlet Fever.
There are quite a number of cases
of scarlet fever iu and around Mon
roe. Please keep your rhildreu
away from these eases aud make
them stay away from you.
Scarlet fever is never to lie con
sidered lightly. It is very conta
gious ami iu some epidemics very
All doctors are requested to en
force the strictest quarantine over
their eases and to fumigate all in
fected rooms before leaving them.
No family should move into an
infected house nor leave an infect
ed house until the patient is well
and the house carefully disinfected.
The law requires you to oliscrve
strict quarantine when you have a
ease in your family. You are also
required to call a physician in any-
eruptive febrile disease.
All houses where the disease pre
vails will be placarded and you
will lie kept posted as to all ho usee
where the disease prevails.
cry respectfully,
H. I). Stkwakt,
County Hupt. of Health.
July 2nd, PMC.
Church Notices.
Subjects nt the Baptist church
next Sunday; 11a. m., "Copyiug
the Divine Pattern"; S:IS p. m.,
"Is Stealing a Popular Pastime!"
!):.'I0 a. iu., Sunday school. You
are Invited.
Lutheran Rev. R.II. ('line, pas
tor. Regular services next Sunday.
Subjects: 11 a. in., "The Church
Christ's Bride," Ifc-v. xxi:!i; even
i ng, "The Lov i ng K ind ness of God, '
Psalms lxiii::t. Sunday school at
3:.'IU p.m. Welcome to all. Ladies'
Aid Society meeting tomorrow aft
ernoon at 3 o'clock.
We have a few more 5 and 10
gallon kegs of molasses. (Quality
right, prices right.
Monroe Supply Co.
Visit the Cosniorama, the moving
picture show, over Lingle's store,
ou the Fourth.
our btother Kuight, Monroe Lodge
No. OS, has lust one of its true!,
niiwt devoted aud loyal members:
one who was ever loyal to our
brotherhood aud who by his daily
life was a true eietupliticaliou of
the high aud uoble principle f.r
which it stands.
II li sudden demise brimr nut
ouly great sorrow to every member
of this order, but we are also deep-
ij miMcioiwoi in irreparrable Iohs
we nave au tiered of oue who
truly represented the spirit of Pyth-
lauism. t ut off suddenly as he
w as in the (lower of his young man
hood with evry promise of a long
and useful life, it iuipreHse upon
us the uncertainty of life aud the
certainty of death.
Resol veil, That t b is order t h rough
it committee express to the sor
rowing, aged father aud to his grief
stricken sisters their heartfelt sytu
patliy in our commou loss, ami may
the Almighty God give them a
spirit of humility aud obedieuce to
accept this bereavmeiit as au ex
pression of His mighty will
iJesolved, That these resolutions
tie spread upon our ollicial records
and a copy of same lie forwarded
to his father, also be published iu
me my pajiers and Carolina Pyth
ian. C. W. J.ISKS,
J.s, A. Stkwakt,
K. W. Lkmvumi,
Castle Hall, Kuights of Pythias,
Monroe Lodge No. :W, Monroe,
N. C, Juue llth, PHiT.
two w,t!i ui-en hand and tin u struck
liitu on the side of the head with In.-
tist. Mr Randolph drew a -ket
knife and cut Boric n three or four
limes, killing him instantly.
Randolph weut hi his iioine, put
on other clothes and starU-d to lkt
kersville to giie up to the authori
ties, win n he was met by some of
Burli-son's brothers, who beat him
badly, but a young man or two who
happened to be at hand, put a stop
to mat part or the business.
Both of tlioemeti stood high in the
community, Mr. iLwd.-lpli having
lieen treasurer -f the county and Mr
Burleson a eouiitv commissioner.
I visited Mr. Itiidolph iu jail this
morning and found him able to talk
He deplores the af!air verv much
Both nu n have large and excellent
families. Burli-svn was a brother of
State Senator Burleson.
l.r. I.t xii
ti.il-r. Knuu-
Curr twa( null, smiil
rlwl. A.lv tu M. A. I
I". .!..nr.-. . f. j
Ijtiil. ni-. liiiM).-. .-hiiiiiK j ar il mh. r
kni j;..ts m f l..'s. j
i iTH T. M.,.t..v. JuK sih, hits
M-t iart I.) Ih - li.,ard of l .Kniiy ( n-!
najvi.)ik ri. fr Ih-tii i-.ii.Un.t of
---!lneliU uf .r..rty l.y ihi-llM-'
takers. On u.at i.i, ail ".arii. haxui);
-Utlll.s of ur.J.lsl bss.'sMlH'llt w ill br
hard. W. li. I Mag. thin. j
V If ran (fi I irv at the h.HjM- for '
half a evnt .ui:. if vou do not want '
u to deliver it. U w A- Parker. I
New Parasols.
At Mocksville Tuesil.iy a horse
driven by Miss Sallie I lanes ran
away, throwing Miss Ham s from the
biigy. She was iitjuml but not si1
riousiy. air. .. .. inviggms, a
eotuitry merchant living three miles
from Mocksville, was driving a team
into town and attempted to stop Miss
I lanes' horse. He w as knocked dow n
and run over. The shaft struck him
on the iside of the face, making an
ugly wound, and he was seriously
hurt al.ut the back. His injuries
are serious. The run-away horse
was stopix'd a half mile awav with
out damage to horse or vehicle.
Three Days of Base Ball.
This afternoon, tomorrow and
next day there will be games of
base ball between the Monroe aud
Uiiriiiburg teams. Professor 1 Hiii
ham Buudy hands iu the following
remarks concerning the games:
"These games will decide the
championship of North Carolina.
Lauriiiburg arrived last iiiirht with
her college stars and claims. She
is going to return to the old sand
bills of Scotland with three straight
victories, but the home lioyssuy
nay. Kullenwider, Monroe's crack
pitcher, will pitch this ufteruoon
and Ilmrsday, the 4th. (io and
help root our boys to victory. The
price is in reach of all, only l:.
cents for both men and ladies, and
1.1 cents for childreu. It w ill Is
well worth the price of admission.
The games will bo called sharply
at 4:IK) o'clock. These games are
very exjiensive, so give the boys
your hearty supHirt."
It is to be added if any body
hasn't a taste for watching the
games he can get his money's
worth by watching Bundy iu ac
tiou. Another Mine Deal In Sandy Ridge.
i.'iirn-iiptindciKS- of TUi- Journal.
Wesley Chapel, July 1. There
will be an educational rally and
picnic at this place ou Saturday,
the L'7th of July. Good spenkers
will lie present and a good time is
in store for every one who may
come. 1 hose who do not come w ill
miss the chance of a lifetime to see
everybody, for they are going to be
Here irom almost everywhere.
Come one and all, and don't forget
your uiiiuer baskets, and let's have
a general jubilee. The speakers
will be announced later.
Crops are looking better. Cotton
is coming out, though bad stands.
The coru crop is very late, but is
promising, t he small gram crop
is good, both wheat and outs. The
blackberry crop is only about half
what it is generally.
The old 1'hifer gold mine near
here, formerly owned by Messrs.
J. M. Price. A. J. Price and J. W.
Price, has recently lieeu sold to Mr.
R. L. Welch, manager of the Wi
nona Mining Company. This prop
erty adjoins the Winona company's
property aud is an excellent mine.
Though it has uever been worked
very deep, thousands of dollars
worth of gold have been taken from
it, Mr. Welch expects to work
these mines on a large scale in the
near future, and it is hoped that he
will meet with great success.
Mr. John Lilso, a young lawyer
of Philadelphia, Pa., spent a few
days with Mr. II. L. Price last
week, looking after his mine, w hich
mliitifia tlia aluxirA tttitiAa
Kverybody is preparing to go to1 P,"iei" lu,,,r
Monroe ou the Fourth.
Mr. Dau Paxtou reports a eottou
bloom ou the L'Sth of June.
Th Rutiian Wolkoff'i Attempted Imi
tation of tli PaiUla.
One evening there wan a conviv
ial gath.-ring of men from munv
different nations seated iibout a ta
ble in an open court of the Bauer
(irunwiilil, n well known Venetian
restaurant. The eonver.-at'on, I !-
ieve, was in Knuli.-h, mid the sub
ject cf V histb-r s pastels win
brought tip bv one of hu enthusi
astic American admirer. A lius
min mimed Wolkoff wa flippant
pud depreciating, ridiculing them a
works of iirt. jeeringlv saving tiint
he wns willing to bet that lie could
niiiki- half a dozen pastels as good
as Whisth-rV, and, if they were
mixed with his, nobody could tell
them spurt. The American wa
surprised ut this attitude ami re
marked: "I'll lx't n cluiinpiigne dinner for
all present that you can't."
"All riht, I'll take your bet and
prove what I say, but I will make
one condition only, und it must Is
agreed upon by all present: I must
bo criiiitted to sen Whistler's pas
tels before I begin."
"I will agree to that nnJ arrange
a day when yon ciui see them."
All this was unknown to Whis
tler, who w a innocent of the reason
for the ill of his Russian guest.
He received him charmingly and
showed him all his piitcls. Those
he pinned on large cardboards, care
fully, almost ceremoniously, and
placed them before him upon a
chair that served as an easel. This
was tho usual way he exhibited his
iHistels or etchings at home. The
The Best Market
That Monroe has
ever had is al
ways ready for its
customers with
the best Meats
that pan be had.
Ice House Is
In full blast.
J. D. PAlUvEU.
liussiaii was not heard from for six
w?cks. Then the committee in
charge was informed that he could
Hot go on because he found it im
possible to purchase in Venice tho
jieculiar brilliant pastels with which
Whistler obtained his effects.
The American would not let him
slip through in that way, so he man
aged to make it possible for his Ku
eiau friend to select numerous small
pieces from Whistler's own pastel
boxes, lie select -d all he wanted
or thought he needed for the easy
task of nuking a W'histk-r pastel
and after this exceptional accommo
dation returned to his work, saying
he would ho ready for the jury in
a week.
How or by whom the six jurors
were selected I do not know, but I
rememlier that two' strangers, an
Austrian and a Dutchman, were
among them. Spain was represent
ed bv Martin Rico, Kngland by Hen
ry Woods, li. A., and America by
i'rank Duveneck and myself. By
this time Whistler knew the wager.
The jury met in a house on the Kiva
not far from the Casa Jankovitx,
near enough for him tfl bring his
the meeting
was a verv long room iaeing me
I'ions. The American who hail
accepted the wager wan not there.
Wolkoff was at home, sick in bed.
Whistler was in tho darkest and
farthest corner, with his back to
the company and his pastels on a
lonir table. I was selected to bring
each exhibit from W histler' hands
and place it on a high backed chair.
It was an extraordinary position
in which Whistler was placed and a
veritable ordeal which he faced. He
was serious and woro a troubled
look, tho truth being that he was
nervous at the possibility that the
jury might let one of the Hasian'
pastels slip by as one of his own. I
am glad to say, however, that when
ever a Wolkoff apeared it waa in
stantly received with groans and
shouts of "Take it away!" Not for
one moment was there the least
doubt or a dissenting voice. OtU
Bacher in Century.
IVas! Yea, we've got them.
Whippoorwillg and Clays at from
J to per bushel.
Monroe Supply Co.
Littleton Female College.
Splendid kK-ation. Health resort. Hot water heat Electric liirhU and
other modem improvements. 240 boarding pupila last year. High standard of
scholarship, culture and aocial life. Conservatory advantage in Muaic. Ad
vanced courwi In Art and Elocution. Business Collejre. Bible, and Normal
course. 1 Health record not surpassed. Cloae personal attention to the health
and social development of each pupil. Uniform worn on all public occasion.
Wth Annual Session will begin on Sedtember 18th, 1907. For catalogue,
add reus
ALL kinds
crackers and
Clf l-HIHHll rilkf,
-audit- at ! low '.
IK. II. SMITH, tlw .....ht"....
riahst, lus ret una l to M.mn- and an'
Ih- i.in,l hi Int. .H;.t- 111 Met ult-v' '
ilrujf tore t il further notice. ' I
H E IlilMI -:u-kagf (;.! Uust for,
iV. at Mow'. I
WANTED Thr.- of the v.ry U-t '
frti.h milk cows in the county. I'. C.
Curler. ' ' '
TEAt HEUS There w.ll U- un axarn- j
inatum of applicants for teachers' rer- j
titit-ates. at the court Ihhim-, mi Thurs-I
d.u. the llth m-t f..i- ilni... .....I i'...1
rolorrtl applicants im the follow jnif tlav. '
if fc. V L ... . - I
... i. .i:.iiei, to. e-Ul.
TYPEWRITER for sale. Come quick.
Price $1.1. W. M. Conlon.
TO the lMierty Owners of Monroe
and Vicinity: I have this day thrown
my individual sicn t the breezes. I
have no connection in a business way
with any luinters Ix-arinir the Kami-
name as myself. If you want me to do
your w ork, 'phone nie at No. .l".i or .Imp
me a canl. Walter Mct'nrkle. Practi
cal Painter and l'a-r Hanger, Monroe,
EINE molasses at KIow 'k.
The Crabs patent safesaiiilcunlioaid
are the la-st. .Monroe Eurniture t o.
1"UU Matches for ,1c. at I'low's. j
tice is ht-rebv L'lven that a siH-eial term
of court has l-en calleil bv thetiovernor I
ei .x.rin tantiina, ui ne ru 01 lor I nion
iiinty, iK'giiinu: .1 ulv 1.1th. l'.mT, to
i-oiitniue till all i-riiiiinal business is ilis
sed of. W. (;. I.ontr, Chairman Hoard
of County Commissioners.
White, Black and Colon.
Si ics In suit juiui'J 1110 nlil mut mlurs to -iimtiizc
irifi tun ruslitntc. (mic uirhf and
U"(7 yiittr chain- Ih j'nii- Hu ll m e jiii ln il orcr.
J 'rices ru u e from fin nhj-jirc'ci uls lit $.!.;'().
.Ill himls si iisiimlie Dnss (,'initls, thin fab
rics from " In tO reals. Jinisfis, .mens,
.Malls, Swisses, niul the umre saltshuiliul Un
cus, (lulu fens, Sailings, Cluiuihraijs, mid firef
ly light weight irimli a nun Hies for Uichit
Sails. Always a '-W line HI each (amils far
sifiarafr Shirts ami Ihiinlsiaae dressy Saits.
J'orfy-inrh While l.atrn at 10 rails a yard,
ami a great variety of fancy While (limits from
10 to o(J cents ja r yard.
Lee & Lee company.
COME to my store on next
day, 4th Julv, and hear the tine
M. I.. Flow."
A I.AIMiE lot of matting now- in.
Heautiful patterns. Monroe Furniture
WHEN vou need amthiin; to eat,
drink, smoke or chew come and see me.
M. I.. Flow.
Those larire mat ting rugs at the Mon
roe Furniture Co. 's will delight you.
LEMONS,, lemons at Flow's.
rived. Cull and
Furniture Co.
see them. Monroe
FRl'IT jar ruhU-rs at Flow's.
FOR RENT New six-r.Kin Insist- ou
south Hayne street. Monrue Insurance
and Investment Company.
and tine
i-ycur-old pure apple vinegar
bananas always in stuck at
I II AVE a good many fresh milk cows
on hand. I will swap them for dry cat
tle or sell them. Come and see 'me, I
can suit you. I have swnpH'd ami sold
fifty this year and have had no com
plaint with my customers. NoUsly is
cheated that I know of, except the man
that docs nt trade with me. I have
now on hand fifty head. I.t-t me hear
from you by mall or by order. J. M.
Keziah, Route .1, Monroe, N. C.
AM. kinds uf soft non-ulcoholicdrinks
consisting of ales, coco-cola, blackU-rrv,
peach, cherry, apricot, ginger ami crab
apple phosphate riders for sale at
MC. HOWIE, Electrical Contractor,
is prepared to wire your bouse
and do general electrical work. All
kinds electrical fixtures furnished.
$ "boy- Rt , ,'f V.
- i a'V-
Special Sale of Books for Boys and Girls.
This week we will place on sale the standard line of literature in
the Iletity, Alyfer and Mead luniks at the special low price of 23ct.s.
H?r copy. The publisher's price is fjtlcts.
Call and look over the lino.
"Ml ht'Mrtily tlo I r'inii mi'tn! Sw
4'li- K Tavlitr. 1'rv-i.lttt WidH Km-i-i
" Ml nil lilt"i I MW fVltl'Hf "f Ji'lttl'IM
mrkft mwuiivf niiiitiy . J K r I i-- I
l!nrniitMi niul Uif in!'
tu i ! vi im tin M- -mi- niul 'Imiulitt-rx to f! urate.'
"Thf lii-trut'll
"lit niv "pinion th'r it mi Hl-ii "w-hi
tlntmuuli "work V. Wi-t.l., Miinlx-i I
"'l iii- lteni ami ilifpt st'li""! in tin- ?:nti
"i nit' f the U-it rt'iarattirj' tcln'i Iu II
)ir Hir :TIh-y'iiiitf nuti li" Imvt- vniiif ti
Hi'liiHi) Iihc lakt'ii a 'ihhI -lainl tti (in i r t'l;t--.- mid
rry trul) 'miii,
Tlit- -M'tuKil U HltuMtMl in t'U'flti'l "ii'ity. nt i
tlMit frih-iy Muirut attr. Nu ituilattM sie.
n tv Him hi At m'liml ("l (n"t yt'Hi Ihf mm-i'iu
ttltill l tlt$-l K'HIIlt TV III t". MT IHOlllll. ft --lull
I ot hi, anr tt
triin- tuliitiii Ih'h.t.
f Latin. uk' -..rc-t
,fiict'- -tu r..uiilina Hi'
thonttitrh it'li"larhtp anl
I IMlJIll t I'XfVllPllt.' K.
t in t'li- pa 1 uf tlifcountn fltiiif WtttT antl inort
Kiwtii't', MfiuU-rnf I,t'(fi4laturf.
'-1'If.-lttTl.l Slur.
I iuer-ity ft.iin the IMihiint H ich
m-.i iiif f.iit'iful ;itnl -Htl-fartory wurk.
Kraui-i- I' na!ilf , HrrMilVul.
- rt ln''l-..r th Him- Hitliff. Mairitlfl-
il nil nutty Not it lutr riMini lit tin
c.-t "f U-Jiiil' wa i w tKr itmiuli. Tu-en-
Amni-t l'ili. I-or Illuirau-U caia
W. D. BURNS, Principal, Lawndale, N. C.
erinariatO, oilers his prt-fession-al
services. Day calls answered from
The Empiirer office; at uiKlit, 'phone
Yon can't livconwinil ami water. '
don't try it. W'p sell tilings to eat
for man and Is-ast.
Monroe Supply Co. j
Four Departments- Collegiate,
(iraduate, F.ngint-t-ring anil Law.
barge library facilities. Well
ciuipH-d laboratories in all depart
ments uf science, (iyninasium fur
nished with iH-st liiiaralus. Fxpen
ses very moderate. Aid for worthy
Young men wishing to study
law should investigate the
superior advantages titTcrvil
by the Department of Law
in Trinity College.
For Catalogue and
mution, address
further infor-
D. W. NEWSOM. Registrar,
Durham, North Carolina.
Trinity Park School
A First -class Preiwratory School.
Ciitilieatos of (irmluiition Accepted
for Kntrance to lA-ading Southern
be.-t Kiiiipped Prcparatorv School
in the South. Faculty of 'Ten (If
licers and Teachers, 'j Campus of
Seventy-live Acres.
Library containing Thirty Thous
and Volumes. Well KquipK-d (ivm
nasium. High Standards and Mod
cm Methods of instruction.
Frequent Lectures by Prominent
Lecturers. Expenses Exceeding
ly Moderote. j Seven Years ot
Phenominal Success.
For Catalogue and other informa
tion, address
H. M. NORTH, Headmaster,
Durham, N. C.
it is said, knocks once at every man's door. And
now you have another demonstration of the truth of
this old saying. Only one look will convince the most
skeptical that this is his, and probably the best, op
portuny that ever jingled the bell on the entrance to
the structure in which he makes his habitation.
We bought out the stock of harness and shoes of Mr
Osborne, but wishing to convert this modern store
into a handsome Dry Goods Emporium, we are go
ing to let these goods go to your good. Throw away
that old patched up harness and show your appreci
ation of the services of your faithful horse or mule
by buying him a new outfit. Harness, bridles, col
lar pads, hames, collars, backhands, whips, etc., all
to go at or below wholesale cost without the freight.
If you need a pair of shoes here is the place to pro
cure them at a price within easy reach of the most
modest pocket book. The goods are all new stock.

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