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Ti!K MONROE JOfRXAL. t ItlDAV. OCTOBER S. 1919.
BEFORE PLANTING In buying our Seed we pay more attention to PURITY and GERMINATION than we do to price. Our Motto is "RELIABLE SEED AT REASONABLE PRICES." STILL MAKING FRIENDS F. B. ASHCRAFT Fall Seedl READ THIS AT THE OLD STAND xxxxxxhxxx-xsxxxxxxk Mr. Will Forei.ian of Albetnai!- has a position in the shoe department of Efird's. Mr. and Mrs. Foreuun have rooms at Mrs. R. L. Psy.ie'j. Mrs. P. H. Johi .son and little son. Hayne. Jr.. are visiting In McColl. Misses Louise Morrow, Mabel ht.d Hullie May B-. motored to Winston Salem Monday and will s;em. some xxx:--x--w-xv S J.;. . SOCIAL I" 7 E moi BE PERSONAL ANTOINETTE BEASLEY. Social Editor time with Mrs. Frank Stevens Office riioue 19 Residence Phone 89-R jipf Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hav nH Mr Mrs. W. J. Hudson has returned' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mangum have from an extended visit to her son, Lt. returned from a 10 days visit to rela Commander Mike Hudson, in Denver, lives in Oklahoma City. Colorado. . Mrs. John Griffith and daughter, miss i.aura uoore ueuion. uaugn- Miss Mary Uriffith. are on an extend ter of .Mr. w . A. uentoii. nas gone to w vjgU t0 Natives in Louisiana Jacksonville, Kla, w here she has a po- . ....... ... J ... .Miss Mc.Nair of Jackson Springs is .,, C1.,M, ;the guest of her sister. Mrs. H. T turned last night from a visit to rel atives in Biib'lol, Teuu. Mr. Shankle 'will till his pulpit at Indian Trail next Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. Miss Tola Martin of Durham is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Long at their home four miles east of town. Mrs. J. M. House of Waxhaw has Clark at the Joffre, Mr. Will Allen of Raleigh is visit ing his brother. Prof. R. W. Allen. Mrs. C. A. Goodwin of Savannah spent last week with Mrs. Frank Rose. Mrs. Jennie Wood and daughter, returned from Charlotte wh?re she Miss Helen Wood, of Norfolk are the visited her daughter. Mrs. W. M. I guests of Mrs. frea wood "tl . 1 , A f r:ilA. 1 nnln.- I illiri. .1113 .U111C1 1171-1I11J u hut l . went an operation at the Presbyterian koepiul and is improving nicely. Mr. J. E. Clarey of Atlanta arrived yesterday in the city to spend the week end. and will be accompanied Mr. J. C. Smith was called to Char-i home by Mrs. Clarey and children lotte Wednesday night on account of who have been visiting Mrs. t. the critical condition of his wife, who , Bruner. lias heen in a hoKiiital there for sev- I era! weeks. There was a slight im- i Clyde Boston. Clyde Skidmore and Iroveinent in Mrs. Smith's condition 1 Lee Morrow of Albemarle spent Sun yesterday, 'tho she remains very ill. !day with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rose. ! Mr. Roy Hart, son of Mr. and Mis. i Mrs. Loula Eubanks and Mr. J. C A. R. Hait. uent Tuosdav with his na-C: Marsh were married yesterday af- rents en route to Raleigh where he ternoon at six o'clock at the home of will be assistant professor in (he Tex- the bride in Lanes Creek township. tile department of A. & E. College. Mr. Hart graduated from that insii tutirn in 1 !t 1 3 and lias made unite a EUictss in in this line of work. M:s. Gus Horton carried her little 'Rev. C. E. White, pastor of the Pies myterian church of Marshville. per formed th ceremony which was at tended onlv by relatives and close friends. Mis. Eubanks is a fine wo man who 1ms a large circle of friends .1aii-hfor. AnniP I.k.v in Italeiuh last and is well known throughout the nigl t to take the Pasteur treatment, county. Mr. Marsh is a splendid bus The child was bitten by a dog yester day morning. iness man. and a prominent citizen of Martihvllle. '4 v'vij. - ' Yl i MonriH- liiMimine Man Hon-oi-ed. Mr. W. M. Gordon, manager of the Gordon Insurance & In vestment Cou-pany. State agents for the Philadelphia Life In surance Company, is attending the convention of the National Underwriters Association, now in s.sslon at Pittsburg, Pa., as the representative from the North Carolina underwriters as sociation. He is the only man from this State in attendance. It is quite and honor, and Mon roe people congratulate him on his recognition. Before return ing home Mr. Gordon will spend a day with the home of fice of his company at Philadelphia. Money Loaned to FARMERS For a long period at 6 interest With Easy Payments We operate under the Federal Farm Loan Act and make loans direct to farmers for 33 years, with the privilege of paying back after & years, if desired, without addition al charges. NO BONUS OR COMMISSION CHARGED If you wish to pay off ex sting debts and mortgages, buy more land or make Improvements on your farm com municate with us. THE COLONIAL JOINT STOCK LAND BANK of Norfolk, Va. P. 0. Box 533. and Mrs. Ernest R. Hays and -laugh ter. Katharine, of Aiheville. motor-1 to Monroe Saturday as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hotlojray. Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce representatives are in Washington asking for the assurance of a, visit from King Albert and Queen Eliza heth of Belgium. Mile. Thai-Inn- Ruegger. director of the Fayetteville conservatory 01 .music and formerly Drofessor of violin at Meredith Col lege, is a native of Belgium and has been invited to Washington to partic ipate in the official reception to the royal party. The memory of American soldiers who fell at Cantigny is to be perpetu ated at Montdidier. France, by the erection of a hospital by the Ameri can Red Cross. NOTICE We announce to the public that we have associated with us in the prac tice of law Captain Gilliam Craig. late of the United States Army, an experienced lawyer who was associ ated with us in our office before he enlisted in the Army tw-o years ago. The expansion of our business ha made this increase in our working force necessary. Captain Craig will give special attention to commercial aw, title work, collections, etc., and will assist in the general prat ire. The firm name will be Stack, Parker Craig. This the 1st dav of October. STACK & PARKER. Cut Flowers j Floral designs, wejding boquets, and flowers of all kinds. .. Prices reasonable. J We make shipments to Waxhaw, ! A Marshville, Wingate and other .J. nearby towns. CODE MORGAN ' S At I nioii Iium Co. Phone 221 s-x-x-x-x-x-x-i-x-x-x-i-i-xx-:- On Saturday, October 18th, the farmer will be in all his glory at Monroe. Big cotton rally, with 40 cent cotton as its goal and bar gains galore offered by the mer chants. Corne it will be worth your while. Music" and speeches. Lt.M.M.VJ.t..WWM..lUWUUI : THE Hamlet Hospital! W. D. JAMES, Surgeon in Charge A thoroughly equipped institution for the " J scientific treatment of Surgical, Medical, Xray and Radium cases. J Special attention given to the removal of Tonsils and $ Adenoids. $ A Warm Welcome Awaits You Here Having bought out Benton's dash Store. I invite all of my friends to call upon me for every thing they need in the grocery line, and urge them to make my Btore their headquarters while in Monroe. A complete stock of heavy and fancy groceries on sale at attrac tive prices for cash. Short profits and quick turnovers will be my aim, and you will find it to your advantage to trade with nie. C. L. GULLEDGE (Successor to Benton's Cash Store.) Old Postofflce Bldg. Make Our Store Your headquarters the next time you are in Monroe, and you will feel perfectly at home. Our stock of Groceries is complete. For cash you can buy cheaper here, Phone us your next order. We will please you. Prompt delivereies. McCOLLUM BROS. Phone 474 East Frankiin Street -:-: c-x-:- Dont Miss ttie Big Rally IT'S FOR YOU COME! I cxX"XX"X:X"X-xxxX":"XX Indignant Mother: "Why did you! strike little Elsie, you naughty boy? i First in life iukI Ik-uth. It. Jones. Today we are the first to A pioneer newspaper editor had a deny the report. The Morning Star Dick: "What did she want to cheat reputation for always assuming It: for, then?" Ifalliblity and superior enterprise. On uent. Mother: "How did she cheat?" one occasion the paper announced the . Dick: "Why, we were p!alng at death of William It. Jonee, who, It Adam and Eve, and she had the apple turned out was not dead. Next day to tempt me with, and she never the paper printed the following note: tempted me, but went and ate it up "Yesterday we were the first news herselt!" ' paper to publish the death of William is always in the lead." The Conti- A total of P.5, 507.000 bushels of wheat and 3.T01.00O barrels of flour were exported from this country from July 1 to Sept. 1. The National Standard of Tire Valu? In q ty they are unexcelled. Buy at ti . a pair of Fisk Non-Skids and subject them to a comparative . test. Your experience will change your whole idea of tire value you'll always be a Fisk enthusiast. We know because thousands of car owners began to use Fisk Non-Skids in the very same way. Ntxt TimBuyFuh 30x3 $12.90 30x32 Nonskid $19.93 COBLE'S CASH GARAGE