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Sugar- Sugar- Sugar- Sugar- Sugar We have no sugar, but when it comes to filling your fancy grocery oreers this is the place that always has the goods. lann Funderburk One Price Cash Grocer 5 Minutes Delivery. 1 m The Golden Age Every art has it Golden Age. briiiK ing those wondrous woiks that live nit through all the ears. And it seems thai Colden Ape has dawned for the newest of all arts the ii'oiioii pic lure. The master artist of the screen has brought to us a creation of such exquisite wonder and beauty, of such h;ctng charm nnd purity, that all 1 . en s as of ).tcrday. D. W. Griffith's broken I ', ', I 1 SOCIAL. Blossoms" taken front a story of Thomas Burke, is at once the most pitiful, most trag ic, and withal, the most sublime, love story ever told. And in the telling, the muster, Griffith, has wrought such rare and undreamed-of beauties that a new art, full, rich, boundless, is revealed. Strand Theatre ONE DAY ONLY Admission TllCCn AV December 25 and 35c 1 ULJ1M I the ninth I Automobile Delivery TO IVSl'KK OUCKKST Itl l l KKY (.lux i;i;ii:s i-ossihi,i: to on; I'ATKOXH VK HWK UOl'liHT A iMHMiK R r S I X i: S S VA((. THKKKKORK. THK NK.XT TI.MK YOC ARK IX A Hl'RRY I'Olt YOlK (.!!( Kltl I :s, ( A 1,1, 4H2. m Monroe Union Mercantile Company : J. I". ("ARTKR. ManaKor. JOI'I RK IIOTI I. IU II l)li "ATTA BOY1 WORLD'S TALLEST GIANT MAN -AT- Pastime Theatre, Dec. 9th MR. R. E. MADSEN at the White House, Washington. The original DADDY LONG LEGS ' JACK AND THE BEAN STALK He is here in person and in pictures. A sight to behold the gentleman cowboy still growing. Lvery man, wonnn and child should see this polite entertainment. Teachers bring the pupils. No, this World's Giant is not on stilts. See him in his one piece bathing suit. Attend the Pastime Theatre, Dec. 9th -Mr. and Airs. C. B. Furr of Siinbii ry. Pa., are visiting Mr. Kurr'a pa rents, Mr. and Mt. H. M. Kurr. Mr. A. A. Secrest in in Charlotte receiving hospital attention for a minor affliction. Handsomely engraved cards read ing as follows have bet-n received in the city: .Mr. and Mis. Braxion 11. Collins reo,uM the honoi ot your presence at the marriage of llieir daughter. Mildred Irene, to Mr. James Thoni.is Fletcher, on Wednesday af ternoon. Iteeemher 17. at : o'clock, at lfij Ulead street, Charleston, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Martin announce the mairiage of their daughter, Mary Pauline, to Mr. Joseph itoyd (iriftin. Wednesday evening, Nov emlier 21, in Wadi-t lMro. X. C. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rose have re turned I rum Salisbury where they spent several days with Mr. Rose's brother. Mrs. H. C. Niven of Waxhaw visit ed her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Gamble, in Albemarle last week. .Miss Virginia l.ee spent Thanks giving in Chapel Hill and on her re turn was the guest of Mrs. A. F. Ste vens in Winston-Salem. Miss Flora McQueen of the high school faculty spent the week-end with friends in Albemarle. Miss Mc Queen taught In Albo.iiarle last year. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Rlair have re turned from a ten days visit to their daughter in Charleston. Mrs. J. F. lieiilon is spending some time in Columbia with her daughter. Mrs. II. II. White. The Miami Metropolis has the fol lowing to say of the Skovgaard con cert to be held in the graded school auditorium Tuesday night: "Knsily ranking with Ysaye, Kuhelik and oth er great violinists of to-day. lie plays wilh authority, lire and splendid tech niiiie. His work is so satisfying that each .lumber seems better than the one preceding it, and the applause proved the appreciation of the audi ence. The violinist was generous with encores and played the Southern airs wilh both brains and emotion. Mad ame Alice McClung-Skovganrd accom panies her husband with rare delicacy and s.Mnplliy. She is a most charm ing woman, graceful and winsome. The vocal numbers of ihe evening save a perfect finish In the program. The Ringer was Maude Williams-Wiley, r.n American product, whose voice 1s -sweet, fresh and used with artistic freedom. She is entirely free from mannerism, and has exceptional ly good enunciation." F.very man, woman and child in Monroe and vicin ity with a love in their soul for the divine art, should hear these wonder ful artists. It is an opportunity rare- Iv offered outside Ihe cities and should not be neglected. Forty per cent ol the advance sale of tickets goes to the high school building Instead of hospital, as previously announced. The adult tickets are $ 1 .00 ; children r.Oc. All high school pupils admitted for 50c. Mrs. l.ee (Jrifllii is in a Charlotte hospital undergoing treatment. That the boll weevil is a hardy pest is evidenced by the result of an expe riment made a few years ago by Mr. John W. Byruiu of Indian Trail. On a visit to his brother in Texas, he procured a large bottle full ol wee vils, which were at that time ruining the cotton in that section of the coun try, and brought them back home with him. For thirty-one days he kepi them in an air-tight bottle, not open ing it lor one second, and one was slill alive after Ihe expiration of thai time. A few days before opening the bottle he noticed many of them si nig gling, which lead him to believe It lakes thirty days to asphixiate wee vils. That beinz so. Mr. Hyriim ix wondering how cold the weather would have to gel in order to freeze (hem to death. Correct ion In ll"5.MM,tMM Campaign. To the F.dilor of The Journal: I'lease make the following corrections in I his weeks Issue of The Journal wilh reference lo the Baptist " Mil lion Campaign. On Hie paper in the tabulated form It is staled Philadel phia asked for $3,750, raised $3.oh. It should read Philadelphia asked for $2,750. pledged $2805.50. Also the name Hebron appears in the list. It should be Herman, as Hebron is n Methodist church. U. M. Haigler. Wil l. VIA SANTA t I.WS TO THK kilts THIS I'HKIvr.MAS. Mil. T. F. LIMKKICK. Chairman of the Community Christ mas Tiee and Kelief Fund, who will see that no child is missed by Santa Clans this year, and that no needy family is neglected. Dr. Edward J. Williams PHYSICIAN' AM) SlUtiF.ON The late lr. Fiibank's Hesidence Cut Flowers i V ... . .. ... t loral designs, weuumg niniueis. ami powers or an kiikis. Prices reasonable. We make shipments to Waxhaw, ! Marshville, Wingate nnd other J nearby towns. com: Mop.tax X At I niou Drug Co. Phone 221. MS We are pleased to announce the arrival of a new ship ment of the favored Wirthmor Silk Blouses Let us my at the outset that if you are interested in keeping dowii our apparel expenses, then yon ought to come here and provide for your Winter Blouse needs before this limited allotment is gone. And een if jou do not need Blouses for Immediate wear, its' well when such very exceptional values are ottered lo anticipate now and provide for jour future needs. The saving is liberal, extremely so. The inice is slill $5.00, this despite the fact that prices of silk fabrics are advancing at an almost unbelieveable rale; and at to-day's inaike' this price would hardly pay for the fabrics only. The styles are new, authentic, appealing; The labiics inc Georgette, Crepe de Chine mid striped silk shirtings; They are in the wanted shades. They are dependable! y made and rut so as to insure correct fittinr. Lee & Lee Co. Reliable Merchandise Reliable Merchandise f 5 1 f'l . t wr ft-vs V(J t: WW Ti x -J 4 SCENE FROM STRAND THEATRE, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9th. i COBLES CASH GARAGE FORD REPAIRING A SPECIALTIY. Next to Baptist Church. FISK TIRES. FORD PARTS. St. Paul's Kpiscoixil Church. Sunday, Dec. 7 Service of the Holy communion with sermon, eleven o'clock. Kvening Prayer and report of every-meniber canvass from Ihe in itial local effort In the .Nat inn-Wide Campaign for Ihe Church's Mission, halt-past seven o'clock. Sunday school, C. H. Hasty, super intendent, ten o'clock. The men's Bible class. J. J. Par ker Under, w'ill not meel as usual Sunday afternoon, as all members ol the congregation are reiiuested to be at home until after the canvassing committee has railed. Kev. C. H. Mariin will preach at New Saltn Baptist church next Sun day a thre o'clock. ft What it takes lo supply your hus- hands, fathers, brothers, cousins. friends, and sweethearts with beautiful Neckwear for Christmas presents, we've got it. Crowell's Variety Store, South Main Street. Phone 476. P.O.Drawer :U0. DR. P. M. ABERNETIIY VETERINARIAN Office: Fowler & Lee Stable Monroe, N. C. Phone 308. Residence Phore 139-J. When you have Money you have Friends. Have you ever noticed that when a man is known to have money in the bank he invariably has friends, many friends? Not necessarily because he has mon ey, but because the possession of a banking account is a strong indication of his success in lifc--and suc cessful men are always admired. We invite you to open an account with us today. The Savings, Loan and Trust Co. R. B. Redwine, President. II. B. Clatk. Cashier Our Store will Open at 9 a. rru and Close at 6 o. m.. Dailv. In the meantime we will have on hand a full stock ol best groceries to be found anywhere. LEE GRIFFIN. Until Further Notice from the Government