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The wise thing' to do when you have more chickens, eggs, couutry hms, butter, or any farm proeixcts than you need at home, bring them to us and get the highest cash price for them. Vann Funderburk O O One Price Cash Grocer 5 Minutes Delivery. Local and Personal. Mr. L. M. Broom will preach at Brief School horse next Sunday at one o'clock. Rev. B. B. Shankle will preach at Unioiwllle Sunday luornin; at eleverf and at Be'hlehe:a at three la the af teri;o n. Mr. ail Mis. Ira B. Mullis. and Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Leeper. have rent ed the Shute house on Windsor tree!. faeiuK the Presbyterian manse, and will b-Lin housekeet ;ng in a few days. The county road roiaiuission has about five hundred road maps of North Carolina for free distribution at its offices in the law building. Mo torists will find them of much value whn they make lours over the slate. Mr. II. V. Shannon of Waxhaw It ft this week to lake eharce of a S'-N-i'l at Shannon. X. C. He will take h special course in i!auo at Flora MacPonuld College during his spare time. "The Union county spirit" was exhibited in Sandy Ridge last week when C7 farmers met at the home of Mr. William Fowler and picked 7uO pounds of cotton. Sickness In the family of Mr. Fowler had prevented I lie gathering of his crop. Two more quad trucks have been allotted t this county for road oik, which will make a total of four in service. These army trucks are rent ed for $25 each a month, being only enough to pay the interest on the money invested in them. They are Waned indefinitely. ! Mr. Max Silver will open a dry ) gods store in the store room on Jef- itrson street lormerly occupied by Mr. J. B. Xash. Superior court for the trial of criminal rases will convene Monday wi'h Judge Heury P. Lane of Reids viLe presiding. The session will con tinue for one week. The Seaboard, it is refuted, will convert its engines into oil burners in a short time. An oil company has s cured a contract to furnish the rail road with oil for five years, and will lend it rnuiigh money to pay for con vtrtiu:; the engines from roal to oil burners. There will be a tuec-iing of the lueuiteis of the hospital teams and oiher workers toiiigtiKiu the Cham ber of Commerce rooms at X o'clock 'to complete arrangements for the drive to raise $lj.H()il in additional fnrn's to complete the building. The drive is to be made Monday. The demands upon lk the orph anages in the slate for admission of destitute, needy children are. per haps, greater than ever before, due to the fact that many children were left . fatherless and homeless on account of that dreadful scourge of influenza last fall. By giving concerts from place to place the Oxford Orphanage. ; which takes in children of every class, I whether children of Masons or not, is ; enabled to care for a larger number than could otherwise be admitted. ' Your presence at the conceit here 'and at other places next week will en courage the children and friends who are trying to get out a large attend ance. CALENDAR FOR OCT. TERM, 1919 VMOX SI I'KltlOK ( OIKT-HOX. HKXKY I'. I.ANK, JI lKiK. MONDAY, OCTOBER. 2, 11!. 7W. 0. L I.. A. Thompson et al vs. Paniel Staines et al It. &. S. lit A. & V... Jas. W. Fowler vs. W. T. Rose.. r .. 28 -A. & S. J. C. M. Vann vs. J. H. Thomas ...S. & P. and Love 34 S. & P.. Bank of I'nion vs. S. X. Stack R. B. R. and Sikos :!: A. & V Betsy Reeves vs. Marion Reeves S. & P. 50 A.&V.W. T. Raleigh Co. vs. Piter T. Taylor. F. 11. Duster et al S.&P. 5:1 S. & P A. R. Deese vs. Mack Helms Sikcs 54 W.O.L..A. K. Deese vs. J. E. Stack and John Heiiniuaii-.I.ove, SikisS.&P. til Sikis.. Jackson Cotton .Mills Co. vs. Jack Williams.. . Co Sikes Monroe Hardware Co. vs. If. K. Orr et als M-W. O. 1 .Mary Kit-hards vs. J. I.. Shenin S. & P. Sikes K. M. Sanders vs. W. K. Bennett and J. 0. Collins ..S. & P. 145 Love George C. Aldridge vs. Olive Aldridae Tl'ESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1919. 0,3-1 W. A. and S. & P J. Frank Litfle vs. M. C. Holmes A. & V. C7 S. & P J. L. Yountz vs. The I'ropst Contracting Co. et al W. O. L 7S-Sil;is .. ..The Sikes-Collins Co. vs. S. A. I.. Ky. Com puny A. ic V. 80-Sikes and S. & P Han-ell Bios. Co. s. S. A. L. Ky. Co A. & V. !2 A. & V W. C. Heath vs. I loath-Morrow Co. et al Sikes !i" W. A. ami V Ruby Grillith, Admix.. II. M. Tucker Love and Sikes '111 Xewell M. E. Phillips vs. George Cuthhertson ..Sikes P'0-McBrayerJ D- Wright vs. S. A. L. Ry Company A. & V. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1919. J. J. Crow vs. William Hays... .. Love .. ..T. J. Price vs. Brlstow Glass Co. et al. 98 Sikes 101 A. & V.. 103 S.&P R. A. Williams, Admr. vs. Tallassee Power Co. Sikes and S.&G. Iti5 S. & P. Marion Pressley vs. Will Alexander 107 J. C. M. V...Manuel Williams vs. Tallassee Power Co.Sikes, S. & G. llo Sikes.. -- ..Robert Montgomery vs. Amelia Montgomery.. ..Redwine . 113 S & P Elizabeth Massey, Admix, vs. S. A. L. Ry. Co. et al A. & V. 114 J C. M. V J. D. Brooks vs. W. M. Matthews.. .. .. THl'RSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1919. 116 117 123- 124-125-12(1-127- U'8-129- S. & P...M. C. Baker vs. F. W, Walters, Exr. of P. P. Arant Sikes, A.&V. S. & P Henry Brown vs. S. A. L. Ry. Co. et al.. ..A.,& V. Sikes R. M. Sanders vs. W. E. Bennett and J. O. Collins.. ..S. & P. W. O. L.v. George Rushing vs. Southern Cotton Oil Company.. Strand Theatre TODAY MARY PICKFORD in -THE HOODLUM" . WOltTHV snVKSSOH TO -Y l.X; l.KliS." Admission. 13 and iV. SATURDAY THE PHI NOMINAL MONKEY COMMFIUW JOE MARTIN IN VTHE JAZZ MONKEY THE LAUGHING HIT OF THE YEAR HAROLD LLOYD AND EDDIE POLO. MONDAY Paramount Presents LILA LEE IN DAUGHTER OF THE WOLF WEDNESDAY THE GNRFAT NAZIMOVA IN THE RED LANTERN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY "lhe RISE AND FALL qf the CONFEDERACY With MISS LOTTIE MAE BLAIR in the cast THE STRAND COMING' "MICKEY," the picture you will never forget 130 131 134 139 140 141- 1421 144- 146- 30 S, 31 S. 32 S. Rcdwine.-Amelia Crawford, Admix, vs. Will Weir.. ..S.&P..V.and Sikes McCall and W. O. L Mrs. M. J. Sikes vs. G. E. Crowell S. & P J. M. Little vs. S. A. L. Ry Company A. & V. Redwine Crow Brothers vs. Will Stephenson ..S. & P. Sikes G. L. McManus vs. John Bigham.. .. .. .S. & P. FRIDAY, OCTOBER. 24, 1919. S. & P., W. 0. I Hiram Orr et al vs. T. N. Reld et al.. ..Sikes .Will Henry vs. S. A. L. Ry. Co. et al. tiritan Mfg. Co. vs. W.- C, C'lontz & Company.. joe S. & P Ella McLeod vs. Jas. Staines et al Sikes S. & P W. M. Perry rt al v. Henry E. Williams .. Sikes D. E. Sherrln vs. R. K. Orr. Sikcs Monroe Land Improvement Co. et all Hull Hargett & Co. et al Sikts.Sikes-Collins Co. vs. Walker D. Hlnes, Director Gen. of Ry..A.&V. Sikes Sikes Co. vs. Walker D. Hines, Director Gen. of Ry A.&V. Sikes.. Henderson Roller Mills Co. vs. W. D. Hinea. Dir. Gen. Ry A.&V Sikes.. ..South Side Garage vs. Postelle Alsobrooks et al .. D. Love and Sikes Rich Covington vs. Iawrence Long D. Sikes Edwin Cuthbortson vs. Dan W. Tomberlin D. A. & V...Johnson Motor Co. et al vs. J. H. Williams..Sikes, 8. & P. MOTIOMXH'KKT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1919. 2 Sikcs Ieemorlee Cotton Mills vs. Rosa High et al.. 1 A. & V W. S. Nelson et al vs. W. C. Stewart et al. 3 A. & V ..Bahk of Maxton vs. Wm. Baker and J. A. Bennett S. & P. 5 A. & V Lucy M". Stewart et al vs. W. C. Stewart et al 9 Sikes R. M. Sanders vs. R. A. Hamilton S. & P. and W. 0. L. 10 M. C. Holmes vs. J. W. Hasty et aL 12 A. & V Jane H. Bates vs. Smith H. Bracey ..Sikes and S.& P. 15 W. B. L Sikes R. M. Sanders vs. R. A. Hamilton S. & P., W O. L. '20 S. & P Bank of Fnlon vs. W. E. Brock R. B. R., Sikcs 21 S. & P...G. M. Stewart. Admrx. vs. Geo. B. Stewart et al..Love, Stkes 23 S. & P David McLary vs. S. If. Bracey rilkes 24 Sikes ..A. C. Heath ft al vs. J. Harvey Staines ct al Ixrve 25 AT& V.. 8. B. Bundy, rustee vs. Saida S. Bundy et al 2f S. & P J. E. Thomas vs. C. A. Niven ft al. A. & V. Si H. P. E. Eflrd vs. M. L. and M. J. Eflrd 37 V. & A. and Sikes.. Frank Armfield and J. C. Sikes, Receivers, vs. Smith H. Bracey S. & P. 45 S. & P S. E. Wilson, Admr. vs. Jas. W. Ashley et al W. O. L. 49 W. O. I Mary E. Friend vs. Ernest Friend 56 S. & P. ..Carrie Q. Doster and husband vs. Russell Rogers and Maude Rogers.. ..Redwine, lAxe, Sikes 70 Sikis W. H. Collins vs. G. A. Gamble et al S. & P. 74Sikes L. X. Presson & Co. vs. R. L. Gordon .. 79 S..& P --H. M. Xial vs. E. G. Fletcher Sikes 89 F. W. Garland et al vs. W. S. Blakcncy, Trustee for R. F. Price Sikes 97 S. & P T. F. Limerick, Receiver vs. N. B. Ayers.. .. .. U8Rdwine R. B. Redwine vs. E. G. Fletcher ft al 121 .M. L. Sinclair vs. Am. Railway Express Co and W. D. Hlnes 132 J. L. Smith ft al vs. John and C. W. Tarleton 136 Vann .. C. X. Simpson vs. A. C. Jones .. Rev. K. M. Haigler will preach at Philadelphia church Sunday at 11 o'clock. Rev. Jeff Caudle will preach at Oak Grove Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock 'and on Sunday at eleven o'clock. There will be a family reunion at the home of Mr. II. W. Tucker, four miles north of Monroe next Thursday. Oct. 16. The public Is in vited to attend. Cruwell's Variety Store, located on Smith Main street, Is open ami ready for business. The store room has been cleaned and renovated, giv ing it a good appearance. Neatly ev erything conceivable will he handled by Mr. Crow,ell, and in today's paper he is offering a special bargain. Itev. John A. Wray has been con fined to his home most of this week on account of sickness, but expects to fill his pulpit Sunday. He an nounces as his subjeci for Suuday morning "Two Shadows Will They Pass." All members of the church are urged to be present. Rev. S. L. Rotter will lecture next Wednesday night at St. Paul's church on church history. This will he the first of a series of lectures fol lowing the usual Litany service at 8 o'clock every Wednsday night. The history of the Christian church will be taken up from Xew Testament times to the present day. Fred S. Tillman, a member of the board of Anson county apprais ers, after discovering several hundred acres of land which had never been on the tax books, estimates, accord ing to the Wadeshoro Ansonian, that enough land will be discovered in this manner to pay the entire cost of the revaluation work In the state. The Union county appraisers have al so found several hundred acres of land that are strangers to the tax books, but they will wait until their work is completed before giving the exact figures. . The Union Baptist Association held Its annual session Wednesday and Thursday with Philadelphia church In Lanes Creek township. It was a most successful meeting, all the churches being well represented. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Rev. A. C. Davis, moderator; Rev. T. P. Little, vice moderator; B. H. Griffin, clerk; H. E. Copple, treasurer; J. W. Bivens. historian. Financial reports of the various churches were read and plans for the Wlngate School .discussed. The Introductory sermon was preach ed by Rev. A. C. Shuford, who comes from Bennettsville, S. C, to accept the pastorate of Marshvllle and Win gate churches. Rev. J. M. Page1 of Hamlet represented the Biblical Re corder and Dr. Archibald Jotiilson the Thomasville Orphanage. The keynote of the meeting was the $75,000,000 campaign. Remember (he Orphans Tuesday. 1 Maurice Baucom, a young, man in Wingate, picked three hundred and five pounds of cotton for Mr. S. K. Hamilton, at his farm near Hamilton's Cross Roads, last Satur day. Three schoolmates worked with hint. Their names and the amount nieki-d during the day follows: Geo. ( olson, 1 -In! ml red and thirty-three pounds; Dewey Estridue, two hun dred and three; and James Godfrey. one hundred pounds. The last men tioned youth is only twelve years old, which accounts for his low average. - The bridge on the Waxhaw load, where .Monroe, Sandy llidne, Union! and Jackson townships Join, has heo.i put in good shape by ("apt. V". L. Howie and his assistants. He.etn fore, because no lovynshlp would ad mit the ownership of the bridge, it has been neglected, thus endangering life and limb. The road plan under which the county now operates does away with township control of the bridges, and such places as this can be attended to at once without a meeting "of representatives from the townships Involved. The sanitary survey of Monroe, to be conducted by Major Harring ton of the United States public health service under the auspices of the Monroe Chamber of Cominere, will be started Monday. This survey is for the purpose of making the town a healthier place In which to live and has as its object the reduction of dis ease. Under a recent act of the leg islature each home in the state must provide Itself with some approved form of sewerage disposal. Already several communities have started this work and the state board of health will place inspectors in the field to inspect all such improvements. Mon roe has now the chance to get to the lore in this undertaking and equal, if not lead, any oilier 'community in the state. Beginning Monday a house to house canvas will be made to obtain working data for the sur vey. Each house will be visited and certain Information requested. This ;is not in the sense of an inspection ! of the premises but Is only a survey jas an Index to the work to be done. I It is contemplated (hat hearty re- spouse will be given the work by the 1 citizenship of Monroe. The investi gator who will visit your home will I want to know the present arrange 1 inents for water and sewerage dispos al, and the general health conditions of your family. The work will be un- dertaken bj wards and will be com pleted in less than two weeks. Please ,help the work and the Investigator , by giving hint, the Information he 'asks, requests Mr. Kiddle. He does i not want tc Inspect your house, but only wants to interview you. Blank forms for this survey have been pre pared and all questions asked will be written 011 these blanks. Help ine good work and lend your personal as sistance to make this survey a success. Hosiery With Beauty as Well as Durability VXOMEN appreciate sheer, ' dainty hose. But common sense urges that they should be long wearing practical durable. Wehavefound thehap py combination in Black Cat Reinforced Hosiery. High spliced heels ex tended toes double soles wide flare, run-proof garter hems reinforced so the life X( every pair is practically doubled. In many colors, sizes ind& weights. 30c to $2.00 m mm Reinforced Hosiery For All the Family Men's Hosiery Medium and light-weight Black Cat tox, long wearing, smooth-tit-ting, fine text ure amazingly durable. All sizes and colors. 25c to $1.00 Children's Hosiery Boys and girls, heavy or medium weight triple reinforced at heels, toes, soles and knees where the wear comes. Fast dyes. 35c to 75c Lee h Lee Company " u Co-operative Mercantile Company S THE FAMILY STORE. J 'bbibii Full to Overflowing with New Fall Goods u u m r f (SJ IWI I M It mum M V C. X. Simpson vs. A. E. YVoltz - 137 Vann 143 S. & P... ..Henry Spears vs. Tallassee Power Co..: ..Smith and Sikes H7 Siks Monroe Hardware Co. vs H. K. Orr ; Witnesses and parties n ed not attend court until the day set for the trial In which they are parties or witnesses. R. V. LEMMOXD. Clerk of Superior Court. S E E D S 'SHO-GRO' CRIMSON CLOVER 12e per-lb. TEXAS RUST PROOF OATS $1.10 per tin. We ran supply all varieties of Field cm'. Vei-ttablc Seeds for Fitll and Winter riantlnc. Our storks are pure, fresh and reliable, our pries are riht, our serviee is pioiupt and courteous. RIIENEY SEED COMPANY t HAKI.KSTOX. S. V. s E E I) New Shipment Ladies' Dress Skirts and Georg ette Waists. Ladies' Silk Petticoats, the well known "Fitritc from $3.48 to $G.00. Ladies and Children's Sweaters, both slip on and coat styles, f rom $2.48 to $10.00. All wool serge Middy Suits for the little man, from : to 8 years, nicely tailored and very attractive. Don't fail to see our stock of Ladies and Chil dren's Coats in Velvets, Velours, Zibiline and Broad cloth, from $6.75 to $25.00. Infant's Coats, both short and long, in Cream Serge and Bedford Cord, $2.48 to $4.25. Misses and Ladies' all Wool Middy Suits, $12.50 to $25.00. New lot Children's Gingham Dresses, 6 to 12 year sizes, unusually good, for $1.48. Big Stock Ready-to-Wear Hats Felts, Velvets, Velours and Beavers, from $1.48 to $7.50. IIIIIIBIBIIIIIICEIIBEGDBIKIIBIIBg Glad to .hov you at the "THE FAMILY STORE" Co-Operative Mercantile Company. S VVVs KCIIEBHBECOrSBI rt-. Bring me your butter, eggs, chickens, hams and vegetables. I treat you right because I know how. LEE GRIFFIN.,