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THK MuNKoC JOlHM!.. I A V. nEl'FMltnt .V 19tt.
WE ARE SELLING MORE
WALL BOARD
THAN EVER BEFORE
It makes a prettier ceiling Is
cheaper than wood Easier ap
plied and done quicker Takes
less paint Lasts just as long
"Nuf ced; ask us about it.
STILL MAKING FRIENDS
F. B.ASHCRAFT
AT THE OLD STAND
i I MO ml NT M IN HEWS
Kli. nil. COMI'WV IN WEST
WHY?
3v ,'.; W'-,
4
1
I
"Open your mouth.
And close your eyes-
I'll give you something
To make you wise."
i
SYRUP
is rich, delicious cane syrup, with just
enough com syrup adJcd to give it
consistency.
P.ck-d b,
ALABAMA-GEORGIA SYRUP CO.
Mor.liomcnr.AU. JkIkodtJU, Fl.
V ::;i.::,;r,;r,l:.:C.
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t. l'iiiil' Eveiy-MemtH'i' 'jtnv;i.
The first active offensive of t In
local effort in I lie Nat ion Wide
' ".!!::,'.! tl.r III" t'lt'ticll's '.!..l'!t
;lu I'loi.stanl I'i'i--" i
".,!. i-h in the I " n i 1 Ss.t Seen
'. ;:!. 'lit till' several mouths lliinui.li
i i i - rniiiiiiv will close uevl Suti
;.i le-.noon with a complete cati--.-s
nt every individual baptised
iroer or adherent of St. Caul's
.-..,,,,11.
The ruuvnssiiu will lie done by
. iniittecs of la men in chaise of
Local Chairman Erank H. Fan-ley for
ail. ills, and a conunillee of I lit
Sunday rehool students under (lie di
trliiui "f Superintendent llei.idnn
'cst, in v :si' Ihe chiidieu i is mil
n dre lor laone' primal il;. . The
:re.: is he inn laid upon iiu'iMM'd in--'M
in all l h-.' Utiiitfs i'l l lie oh ii tvh .
. m which ir i unsidei ed hi depend
la-:er and deeper comei n for Ihe
lhin.es of the community and for bet
1ev and fuller life at home and
Oirnuphout the kindred v.orld wlncii
js tetllnu closer and closer all the
-(". and more rapidly now than ev -f-r.
To every one will he uivcit the
ivpoi t unity io dedicate some definite
t . iiid'.-'Mi't'.' portion of himself or
Of. that is. his or her lime, to,
Church's work for the romintr ot
f't Kinplom on earth, the work mau-
rd was left to do when ,lens as-
tided ii the Christ with His linal
-irtrrts rinuitii: in the ears of His dis
tiles as they watched on Olivet It
felt, not only locally, Inn !' the ua
"..ional rotmnitiee and all thimiMli the
.4K-t(, lli. i' if there is mole vital m-
"r-esl tin re will he all il
vr! h oii'.li!- I !iat the ('hutch n---.s
f- r its work now on haii'1
The I in ilation will lie canied lo
irv -iian and woman to K.ve a -
i.T'tarv pledge of lime, service, or
: cne'-, any one or all three, based j
annually on t he next t h v
tMinini: January 1, I:1;".
veals he
ev.i I'loin t'eiilei (ii-ove.
Moii roe. flu. ' e i i c .". y. I a lid
Mrs. Klowl Y .indie ol 1. "iss. iki., ar
rived here vi-s'e:da to luake tins
ommmiitv Iheii home. We eMend
to tlum a most Iieai'tv welcome.
Mi. U. If. I'lriftin of Kannapoiis
spent Siittirdav niaht and Sunday with
Mr and Mrs. K. S Helms of this vi
cinity .
liev. J V. Utile of ('hill lolte was
a visitor in the home of Mr. anil Mrs.
J. A. Piessli-y Monday niht.
Mr. T. Siinsou is eiertMii: a nice
si room dwelling house on his liirtu
near here.
Miss l-:thel Yiindle is speiidini. the
week in Chilllotie Willi Mi. and Mrs.
A I! Yandle.
Miss i'ora Helms i,.s tin1 tuesi of
Miss F.va Mile ilelms Wednesday
niiihl.
(H-.r school is proi . s.-iiij nicely,
enroll;!, ent cons s,;.i i.i aimut lofty
pii:'is. lanulii by .Nil s Clara Stinson.
A lam.-i nnmlier is epf(-:ed hv Mon
day .
Mr, K. 1). Yiimlie is on n business
trip to Meter, C.a., and other points.
Miss Kula Mae Helms received a
letter a few days a-o Item hei
hint her, Sut. li. r. Helm:-, who is sta
tioned itl Camp Merrit. X. J., statins
thai lie expects to be disehaiEed and
Se ,ii home hi- February lit'st.
Mr. Will McUorie has moved hack
;o n.s old home in v.r S:ouls.
1 ly. vvha' has liecupie of rill you
-i'd old Journal writers. Com" n.i
wnh your letters. Busy Itee and Vio
let, we are always rlad io hear iroi.i
..i, T.-i.-y.
A w lii.ie's skin, whim i.i p-.ae-s is
IV o i'e.-i thick, is the Ihickesl hide to
be found on any livinK ireature.
Best Motor Oils
CORRECT lubricants are the
most economical some
limes in the beginning always
in the end. The engine of your
car is the propelling power. It
is the most important single part.
And it is highly probable that
the oils you use exert a larger
influence on your engine than
any other feature.
Protection for
Your Engine
Keep your car out of the repair
shop by keeping the right oil in
your engine.
The right oil need not bo the
most expensive. But it is oil
that has been tested. It has
been proved by its action on
many cars in many kinds of
service. That is the kind of oil
we sell. You can make no mis
take in filling up here always.
Prompt Service-Certain Satisfaction
SECREST MOTOR COMPANY i
A. M. SECREST, Manager i
Brooks Mvera, Head Mechanic. T. B. Laney, Salesman.
s
Mi. I-His I . Williams Is I'lvsKleul ..I
the Kegels Cetiutici ntiiiany
Kle:il ol I be 'iniitii' Holding,
Many Mo-noe peopie 'save been in-leie.-ieil
-,i she career of J.ldse Kilts
t'. Will.ii.i.-. .. iiat v,. ol this couiv.v.
who w president id the Kopeis le
tinisia cii;ipi.:ij. in leas, and the fol
low ins aiticle iiein a paper publish
ed out liieiv. wiil be leisd with inter
c.-l :
'An important factor in the devel
opinent o! Il.e oil iudr.sliy in south
west Texas is the anounceii.eiil that
Ihe KoKeis letinina company has let
couttacls for praciically all of Ihe
materials for l tie const met ion of a
modern refinery on the Kocers 3.V
acre iracl on South Fresa street. Hot
Wells. San Antonio. The refinery
will have a capacity of l.tbul barrels
per day and will be an example of
the latest in refuiety construction.
"The KoKers company holds valu
able leases, amountini; io 3.2811 acres
in Kansas. Oklahoma and Texas. The
companv is now drilling on twenty
acres in Bin kburnett. The Ropers
people own in fee simple 80 acres at
Wesi Columbia, on the I). XlcCorniick
survey, located in Ihe center of one
of the very best oil structures in Tex
as.
'The nosers company is managed
by practical and successful oil and re
finini; men and Ihe board of officers
is an unusually strons; one. AH or
them come highly recommended hs
men of lame affairs. The president.
Judtte Ellis C. Williams, is a distin
cuished lawyer. H. M. Uocers. vice
president and sales manacer. was a
director ond promoter of the Okla
homa refinery at Chelsea, Okia.. and
secretary of the American security
corporation. His prominence in that
direction is evidenced by 'he fact th;'t
he is a member of Ihe Oklahoma oil
and minim: association. The secre
tary. F. I.. Jordon, is a native Texan
He spent fifteen years in Mexico
where he was con net ed with the Na
tional railways. KeMirnim; to Ihe
rniteu States, lie became identified
wi'h the real estate trust company
of Washincion. J M. Itouers, vice
president, is a practical mini of lone
exeperieiice. He is treasurer. K. N
Canada is vice-president also As an
executive Mr. Canada represents a
capitalization of more than two mil
lions in the Texas oil fields, lie nas
been and now- is connected with well-
known compaui-'s. He has had more
than a score of veins' experience in
the oil Industrv.
"The associate directors include
such business successes as: A. lieitel.
'f the lieitel lumber companv of San
Vnloai i: J. r. ltamsev, v ice-presi
dent of the People's National bank.
of l.nmpasas; W. A. Simmons, a cap- i
italist of Victoria: C. J. Hacerson.
William K. Hess, and K. r . Ilaliey oi
in Antonio and Captain Oscar I.ee
Owens, Camp Travis.
"The company expecls to have Its
refinery in operation here by March 1.
The purpose of the Rogers Refinery Is
to produce, manufactur and market. ,
as wholesalers and jobbers, crude oil
and crude oil products; to procure
oil leases upon land and lo buy and
I leases for pipe lines
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Every Ford Owner Should Know
Jusi what Ford Service is. and why it is different from ordinary garage
service, and why it is more profitable lo patronize the Authorized Ford
Dealer? The Ford Dealer is a part of the Die Ford Family. He carries
a large stock of genuine Ford Parts for repairs and replacements so you
don't have to wait while he sends for them, and he uses only genuine
parts because he knows the imitation parts aren't dependable and don'i
wear.
He has a thoroughly equipped up-to the-niinute sarage with tools lhat
enable his Ford Mechanics to efficiently and properly make any repair
from a minor adjustment to a complete overhaul. And when the work
is finished, his bill repre.seirs ihe easonable, standard Ford prices.
Now. we are Authorized Ford Dealers a part of lhat great Ford Serv
ice organization which was formed chiefly to put within each community
a dealer who would have more than a passing interest in Ford repairs
and agistments. We are prepared and equipped to render prompt, care
ful Ford service. Drive in or 'phone and we'll come after jour car.
HENDERSON GARAGE & MACHINE CO.
Ford Cars Ford Trucks Fordson Tractors
Insist oil Genuine Ford Parts
HV ORDER OF THE
FUEL ADMINISTRATION
this stoic is open on week
days from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Saturdays 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
L'S
VARIETY
STORE.
South Main Street.
Your friends can buy any
thing you can give them
except your photograph.
BEASLEY
ART
PHOTOGRAPHER
Studio upstairs, next to
Monroe Bakery.
Those intending to have
photos made for Christ
mas delivery, come in now
without delay, or we can
not fill orders that come in
too late for Christmas. We
are already busy as bees.
Respectfully,
BEASLEY
Photographer
Monroe, X. C.
Bargains Every Day
AT
JOSEPH'S
SHOi: DKIMHTMKXT WOFiK AND DltKSS SHOES
Children's Shoes . .
Women's Shoes . . .
Men's Shoes
11.25. 11.48. 1 f S. I2.4S, $2.fiS. $3.25
$2.fS, $3.25. $4.50. $4.98. $6.98, $7.50
S3.US. $3. US, $4. '.IS. $6.98, $7.98, $9.00
Come and look for a Special Men's Work Shoe nt $4.98. Regular
$7.00 Shoes.
sl ITS FOR MKX AM HOYS-Very stylish, prices from $3.98 to
$7.50.
MEN'S AMI HOYS PANTS from 65c to $7.98.
We still handle a pood varielyof LADIES' t'OATS, t'oAT SUTS
AND SKIRTS.
Our I'NDERiWEAl! Department is complete.
Our DRESS (iOODS Counter is full of bargains.
AB JOSEPH COMPANY
The Green Front Store,
Laurinburg
Monroe
lining
Strand Theatre, Monday
EXTRA ATTRACTION
Ellis-Holstein's Royal Hawaiians
Hawaiian Music by Royal Hawaiians
SINGERS, DANCERS AND PLAYERS. ALL SOLOISTS.
ELLIS HOLSTEIX'S ROYAL HAWAIIAN SINGERS AND PLAYERS have the reputation of being
the best tn.upe of its kind on the road this season. Their program consists of ;ill the songs of Hawaii sung in
native tongue, many of the popular airs of this country, together with elassieal and operatic selections.
THE ENTIRE COMPANY APPEARS IN NATIVE HAWAIIAN DRESS
Hear the melodious strains of the Hawaiian songs and the accompaniment of native instruments, with
the peculiar sliding of the'tingers on the strings a treat for all lovers of fast-mating music.
Everv member "of this troupe is a soloist, either instrumental or vocal, and their program proceeds from
miniiier to number without interruption, in such a manner that when they have completed their program
vou will want them to start all over again. .
Program consists of songs in ensemble, vocal, solos, duets and quartets, giving a complete repertoire of
44 A Xiuht in Hawaii.""
AN ATTRACTION YOU DO NOT WANT TO Miss
MATINEE OPENS WITH DOROTHY DALTON IN "A LAPATCIIES." ?, O'CLOCK
ADMISSION oOe PLUS 7w WAR TAX. TOTAL .'V
I0HT PERFORMANCE STARTS 7 O'CLOCK. DORS OPEN G:H0
THE STRAND Always the Best

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