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WE BANK OX We have a complete new stock, all bought before shoes advanced to the present high mark. AH of our old stock has been thrown out on the coun ter marked at less than half value. THEY MUST CO. See us before you buv. STILL MAKING FRIENDS F. B. ASHCRAFT OUR SHOES THE BEST LINE EVER. AT TUP HI U CT i x-rw it t$ m v m a a 11 m m M m m i'ureiy l'ersonaL ??w What He rial. I IfiaiiiHi, ro me,, who had been ..1.1 school- foull, ,Maracr-"You wrote thai .ai.,ws met the other day n, a -', ,.Ver holhem, bv mos. Uun.nt After vu-hanKiii-jciM'iiiu. (n)es hrr,, aild ,hev haVe 'almost ,u:ifau , , eaten me alive." I!y the way old cha;. when a' Kan..er-"l didn't sav anything wkPfl ou used to be rather tend of .,, Vm bo1hw vou ,,id , niwir Do you flay any nu.truin.Mii saill ,,. lwv ,H,,ht;r , a. lht Bv ... . ... 'd to Via." Roston Vt. was the replv: secon.l tid- t ... .. - i r-.ms.'l ipi lle at home. Mrs. G. M. Smith and Mrs. S. Howie spent jester.lay in A'.beviile. Mi. A. M. S.er.-st is visiting li"t sister. Miss Marv C iimtitM. in Wash ington. Mi.- Covin a ion has held a position in the war department for more th;'.n a ear. ! Mr. ;;ml Mrs. W. V. Staring of lluth.-rtord t'oihue siient last Sa'ur- KXiW-rtWX"MSHHX ,,ax al, "'""I'O Mi. Statii larents. Mr. and Mis. F. H. Welt.'. They made the trip ly motor. Mrs. J. M. Cook of Annapolis. Mil x wo- im ur s.sit-r, .ur. j- i Tax Notice! All Tax for 1918, unpaid, is twelve months past due, and delinquent since Feb ruary 1, 1919. The City needs the money to pay bills that are now due. If you want to save cost call and settle your tax at once. The Tax book for 1919 is now in my hands. Tax due September 1st. A discount of V, will be allowed on all Tax paid by December 31st, and 1' , per month will be added on all tax not paid by December 31st. This law will be strictly carried out. Call early and avoid the rush. Very truly, JAS. McNEELY, C. T. C. X niowninc. Mr. W. T. Ilrowninc. who is express aceir at Aberdeen. Miss . 'X will arrive this week and will spend j. several das with his brother. A .in- I i irim? ii .til.-,, j. v. " who who underwent a serious opeta lion in Chariot te last week, will he X dad to know there is a slichj itu provement in her condition. X Mis. J. K. Ahrraft and danchtets. Misses Jean and Pat. left Wedn.9d.1v mornim; to spend some time in Rich mond. Mr. and Mrs. John Winchester de- ll lt,t t'M 1 I - Ulll'f'lio.l.l 4 ll, Krt. f J. llfcH' Hill.' I II., M II llil II 11 llll 111 tTI I I I young people We.lnefs.1ay at their iiome hi Mineral .""prints. me re turned soldiers of the neighborhood were the iiiests of honor. Mrs. Koy I. one and son of Carlisle are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Lot; Mis. J. Y. I. an-y's Sunday school I i I V class will serve ice cieaiu and sam!- .. wifhes on her lawn this aftemooi ; from 6 to S o'clock, the proceeds t ' Y !e used 1:1 Sundry school room. X i.oml whit .. Kmvdt n . I.o.al Market. .' cut'. 1 1 33. i' X t'ouiitrv J. IlellS . . . y Voii n-t i-l X Wool . . H.-eswax r.S to 4 'i 6,"i to :" 4n to f."i 45 to Is isn't the t.iistak.-s j on make :i liior-e vou repent - that hurt. Cut Flowers Kloral desi.sns. we ldiim hoquels. and tlower- of all kinds. 1 y 1'iic.s reasonable. v y v y We make shipnu nts to Waxhaw, ; X Ma'shville, Winsiate and other X' y nearby towns. S- y . .vt 1 iii.m prtiij ( o, riione 221. i. e Wk.K.M. 1 sold latig.-s for ears and years and saw hundreds and hundreds of old ranges that hail iiisltil out from the inside, jet (lie balance ol the ran ue wai almost as pxxi as new. 1 discovered why they rusted out. 1 found thai this nislinn wa.. from the inside and always where the asbestos lining touched the body. 1 was right. As the discov erer of this Principle, I was granted patents on "Any rust proof material between the as bestos and outer casing" (or range bodyj. I Investigated all the differ ent metals and found copper the best. I discovered that copper domes, roofs and gutters on buildings, never rusted out. I announced my intention to make a new ratine and line It with pure sheet copper where atlr lang.s rusted out. Copper Clad I found that the asbestos sweated ev.ry time ; tire was built in the rai.ue. I told my friends that the sweaty asbestos caused the lust. I was called a Crank. I knew I v as risht, so applied for a patent on "Placinn a rust proof material between th as Itestos and rana body." It I I b 1 t I I was called Clad Crank." the ''Copper- I had the Government on my side. COX KAI.KI) HIM.KS To hide the hinges and leave the catches and latches in siuht would be but little improve ment, so the catches and lath tn are also put inside th- ranef" where they are out of siiiht and out of the way. The surface Is smooth, plain and richly ele iiant with no liiimes. catches or latches l ) mar the beauty. A raiue is expected to do duty eveiy day three times a day. Any decorations that i'l terfefe with this daily duty ar- xpensive ulayihinss. Mate rials 'hat a row 11 sly from heat i i! if ar- to V shunn-d. Cor iii'is, cr.ifks and crevices :lirt catches, just as freaky orn aments are dirt hoid-r. I had the best dealers on my side for they, too. founfl that i rust was caused from the v.veaty asbestos. ! I orttaniz-d a brand-new com pany, mule a brand-new rans;e mil clad it with pure sheet copper. Tl.a' was many year ago. I row want to show you why the lining of pure sheet copper doubles and treble the life of n ratine. Monroe Hardware Co. if STATEMENT OF American Trust Co. 3Iember of Federal Reserve System. Charlotte, N. C. September 12, 1919. (Condensed from report to Federal Reserve Bank, of Richmond, Va., and North Carolina State Banking Commission.) RESOURCES Loans Bills of Exchange $ 6,230,183.23 182,430.19 U. S. Liberty Bonds, U. S. Certificates of Indebted ness and War Savings Stamps... Stock Federal Reserve Bank, Richmond 1 All other Stocks and Bonds Customers Liability on Acceptances Trust Investments Cash in Vault and in Banks 2,156,288.61 Total 1,098,72336 27,000.00 781,830.00 75,000.00 1.272.282.46 $11,823,759.83 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus and Profits Bills Payable and Notes Rediscounted with Federal Reserve Bank, Richmond, (Secured by U. S. Lib erty Bonds and United States Certificates of in debtedness Bills Payable and Notes Rediscounted I Domestic and Foreign Acceptances Trust Deposit 840,773.00 495,297.37 1,143,482.50 510,000.00 75,000.00 1,272.282.46 I y 'A I 'A 'A UWOtm 7,456,922.32 Total $11,823,759.85 We beg to call your attention to the above statement showing Total Deposits of $7,456,922.: )2, a gain of $4,044,470.22 in deposits in one year, evidencing the confidence and support accorded us by the people of this section. We invite both large and small depos itors to join and grow with us. American Trust Co. Member Federal Reserve System. OFFICERS: I'I!HSKNT: W. II. WOOD: T. II. Hetnl.y. i.e I't evident (ieotae Stephens, Ice President W. S. ,ee, V Ice President. .1. I'. Ials, Secretary ami Tirn.siir.-r II. I.. liiveiiHit1. Assistant Set i-eiary I. Whitlock, Tnisi officer IUKKCTOBS; Morgan II. Spier John W. T.hI.I I. ('. lowe .1. X. McCauslaml J. I-'. Ctuinon Win. Anderson I. VV. ( aiinoii W. It. ItollSill Walter laitnhetli Z. V. Taylor (cirue Stephens J. I. Monroe VV. H. WimmI las. X. VVilliniiison, Jr. Thomas M. Shelton J. II. Shen III W. S. I,ee Arthur J. )iK.r -' ' WIllthMk VV. I,. Sherill I. H. Ilnnlawuy M. I.. Cannon K. S. Tanner Monroe Electric Service Co, A. L. HELDERMAN, Manger Has received Contract for a large number of Houses to be wired at Marshville, and has four men on the job at present. Maj'shville People There must be a lot of good qualities about our service and our terms to land this large amount of business at one time. If you live in Marshville or Monroe, or anywhere in this sec tion, get our estimates on your electric work. Monroe Electric Service Company 1 'A a 'A ', n I I A a A A A A ft A A A I A A 1 I RETAIL DEPARTMENT. SERVICE IS WHAT YOU WANT SERVICE IS WHAT WE GIVE I