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CHRSTFUHKU t'OlNTY MKX AT AINTlVStU -KI5XSKY S.U.K County AgeM Tiller lloiiiilit On of the- I lot ' Kxer Seen i:i That Section. (From The Chesterfield Advertiser.) Comity IienionsiiitlUjii Act-m V. J. Tiller has bronchi to t hestemeld the lcalHul l(J 0llv hlauKe , ,hem uiod fineBl Guernsey heiter that has ever; era(olv t)u Ihjs .,ar,k.uiar niRht. entered the county. At tne saie oc , Guernseys last week at me Austin i , place, in Marshville. X. 0. Mr. Tiller! cut bid all prospective Duers ior, what he considered the finest heifer offered for sale. mis o is ""' t on three years old and eis.ns eii.ui I hundred pounds. Her sue is the father of eighteen advanced rt'ilis tered dauehters. Her dam is the mother of eighteen advanced regis tered daughters. To attain the dis tinction of advanced register a cow must produce ten thousand pounds of milk and seven hundred pounds of butter fat in one year. In his rapacity ; s demonstrator Mr. Tiller has lout: ptvaehed the doctrine of better stock !'o- Chesterfield comi ty. He believes in practicing as he preaches. Already the possessor of a number ot tine cows he determined to be the owner o:' the o. utile's fin est milk producer. Mr. Kd Tiller, of Jefferson, purchased a tine hull and heifer to add to his herd. Mr. V. J. Black well was ! not her who bought at the Austin sale. h:s purchase be ins a heifer. The letter stock tuove ment is a most commendable one and many of our fanners are awakening to its advantages. The Woilo tii-eai t'oiioii fiolilein. K er iii.lusiiy and ciy inmncial . interest in the via lit is v itai;' con-! celiieu i.s to cotton, winch clothes a latge proportion ot the world's wliaii-) itants. Into everv sphere ot life cot-, ton eniers as a uoiumai itig factor. In tlie itospital, on the tented field, in j the place where war uiges tne liot tesl. in the peaceful pursuits of daily ; lite, in the supply ol clothing audi household supplies, in t he automobile i industry; imieed. vhetwer civiliza-' lion exists, cotton and its ttipply are matters of supreme importance. For sugar, lor wheat, tm corn, many substitutes can be found, but for cotton man has found no substi tute. Discredited in financial curies. disowned almost by i:s own pie. vigorously attacked I : cotton rauiiu- facUirers of Kurop" and America ton was for eat's a s;. iionyiu of i omic slavery. col- con- The slavery o! t! never one-l'.tiif so t e.' i ov Mty and illn o,i mil. :M of i'tn ! acK m .a 'a a? s ' li ' slave; ;. il ;, fastened i.p- 1 M people 'oV I 1111 power of those win lor e.i's be;: (low n t he pric" of i oil. Kvo-y v ord spok, n. ew:n i:i.!ue;ir. exerted a-ains! a L'oini pi:eo for oi ion liiis com ri!:'.i:e.l in 'neii'a!. I ,t physical and financial eila eao iii ei men, v. omen and children. It i.i a I'Mig story of povenj hoi in hetoically. of weiee-n in tin tieUl;: instead of in the liotii".-, tlreii in the cotton patch iuste cotton of chil-i-.d of ill he's in the Fchoolhotise. of v. ret' hed dace of decent dwellings, of edness ve;ir after year as the ptrugulfd iig-iiust oerwlieliiiiim odds. To tell the Mory would be to go hack to the awful poverty of l"fi". to (he inability of fanners to Mart life r.Kin except on money borrowed at ungodly rates of interest on the cot ton crop for which the land had not oven been plowed. It would require the telling of how the bol'-weevil has 1 u wipou out wimi" ro'ton districts aim brought ruin to many, from which there was no escape except through the raising of foodstuffs. It would be o open up to public mize the ticht of the nges against cotton, often domi nated by men who cared not how many people they made suffer for n bare existence, provided they could roll in wealth leached from these poor and helpless cotton producers. The mills of the goods have 'tnleed pround slowh, but they tire now grinding with exceeding fineness. Manufacturers Kecord. Machine (.mis From Germany to j Mevico. ! Two shipments of machine guns and much in" gun accessories being sent to Mexico from German and dis covered in iransit across Holland have been held up by the allied mili tary authorities, according to inform ation received from the American of ficials in Coblenz. The exportation of war material by Germany is a vio lation of the armistice ami peace treaty. The German government has been arked to explain the shipments and notified not to attempt any fur ther exportation of suh arms. The first shipment consisted of four carloads of second hand machine puns, all ho.d mid rendy for ocean transport. This shipment consisted of 2.695 machine guns and according to Marshal Foch, the guns arrived In Holland on November 2, the senders belli? the (Inn of Brnckelman and Senteigriin of Snsel. The consignee was the Johan Muntr Arms and Trad ing Company of Amsterdam. The communication to the interal lied armistice commission at Cologne giving notice of these shipments says thnt Marshal Foch has information howing that the shipments had been made to Holland, destination Mexico. After you eat always tako ATONiC i i70R"TOUR ACIP-SfOMACi Instantly relieves HerUnirn.Bloai dCaMyrMlinf. Stops food scurinp;, repeating, and all atomach mberics. AiZ. &ttiom awl .prtit. Kt f' wwtaadttroas. Incraua Viulity nd Pep. EATOKlCttthebMt rmmir. To of thoo- , , vomtorfuUr txuMfiud. Only cuius ent rtwt dmytout.it. iotily gusrmntt-4 .pWaac will rrfuod BHDcy. Cetatu FiiKlish Drug C.. Stonroe. X. C. lit (bam Tbat Dcoa Krt Afttct Vm Pett Vr ot lt oi t?1 lH i tClKt. I.AXt VlVK BROMOUUINIMi :lltrt,lfltIMr, f ehiine and dot not tnrw iinu ao -j nm ia hMl. Ic-".r iT f-- l"'l lm twi. lot U HTUUit si W. UAUVb. f? 13 A HAITIST MIMSTFI5S HKKAM' Kev. Mr. W ray. in Hi- Sleei. Tliouulil He Wa the Vi-e-l'reileiit. To the Editor of The Journal: Ue. John A. Wray. putor of the First Baptist church, is very fond of quail; but. now. since an experience V. .. Ii.j.l thu rkthur Itift'hf hi in VfTV f h had ea, seVeral birds at the evening meal, he had a dream. In his vision he saw himself In a private room at the wniie tiouse in conversation with President Wilson, i while talking, a summons came to i, wit,,,, i, im. i.i :i pertain 'foreign country at once, deciding to jeo. he beuan to look around for Vice j 1'resident Marsh!. That gentlemen could not be found, and in his haste to tet aay, he delegated the func tions of his office to Mr. Wrav. I I'uabashed. in his dream says Mr. : Wray. he assKiitd the robes o j hiuh office, and beiian ponderin on the pave niiestious of S-ai A railio;:d conference was scheduled for the neM moniiin.. Throne!. out the ; i.ii-ht. he says, he studied the per ' plexitis; (t.et:ons at iss'ie. Kre niorii . ins: came the intense study which he i v:is forced to uive the uiiesiiou had 'made him pri-.ctically bald headed, and as lie was viewins the sacrifice 1 he had iniuU- in order ita the rail road issue mi --hi he ft. tiled intelli jtept'c. h- .owke, and th" dream was (iv er. Now Mr. Wray is ..t'niid to eat too m:inv bir.N for fear he will dream he i pre iideut. K. Pluribus I'num. XFt.KO KI..KD MY MOM AD UWtil D NFAK FKAXKI.IXTOX Police ei jHivercd While Ti) ini to liusli Him to K.ileili l'ollotlm: Killing of While Man. While being rushed to Kaleiuli for sale-Keeping, o'.lowiug the killing d' !t. Hiown. a white man whom hi shot dtifitig an altercation on the st i eets i f Cranklinton, X. '.. early .-';:t nt -day tucltl. a mgro named Green was taken from otliceis by an armed i.o !. i'.ud hatued. ilelore haiuing the nero to a tree im mb is of liie mob fastened him by ciie neck co th" l'i;;f axle of an nil tomobile and uni.gtd I'.iin lor a dls-ia:ie- of n ,.rly tw o n. ties. i1!!':!. the tii!1.! li'tv-eell officers .iim members o' i.o b Greei; leap ed f.'oii the aatei.K '-iie til w:is a pris.., . suol m.ide a which lie break for ;.! : t; . Mil w a.- qi.icl::. o -rl. T'.e trouble h. tv.e, ;i lrm i.led. ,i and I egaii i wiili i ::io- w as III. lieLI'ii, l U ; I 1 l' si : I U lldct s :iOU, 1 'TiOlis; I I I ; i.i;;'-'.:-' in V. 1 C!l Gi-e--: in I.:.. t;. bot il H'le le. w i: :i .tn o, h and wall;- nevtro en !ef h itiii . ed a:"0:'S Up '-';iti i:i M re. III he .-'t'-rlhiu' 11 is iilleued er from his S'O'OS euuipal'. t:..'i n suddenly dre.v a revoi eiekel and lit'ed, Hlo' u !';. 1 1 i : 1 1: to ;.e .idi w alk dead. A policeman, who v as ne.ii! mediately placed the i.e-io end p...:: -.111.1 carried llii.! lo t -' mi ll r ,ard house. A crowd oui' ii' iilimed tind ue t, mnded that the prsoner be mined over to them, but Chief of Police Winston and Mavor I-'ord hegued that the law be allowed to take its course. The mob subsided temporarily, and the officers snatched m' oppo: i nun rush the lp-gro from the scene. He was placed in an automobile am. started toward Ilaleigh, bin when one mile from town the car was stopped hv a mob, and another demand made for the negro. The officers resisted the efforts of the crowd to seize Green and a light ensued, during which the negro leaped from the car and ran. A rope was quickly placed about his ti'Tl; lie other end of the cord fast ened to the axle or nil autoinonne aim the neEio dragged aloim the country roads lor two miles, then stooped and thi The car was alleged slayer banged to a tree. At a late hour to-ni sht the town is nu let and no further trouble is anticipated. Brown was a highly respected citi zen of the town and prominently con nected in this and other counties SIX IIF.AKTS IX TWO (iOOD I A.MIMFS P.KAT AS TIIIIFF Two Sisier .Many Two ISiotliers Tlien the Otlil Ill-other and Sister Hie Away to tlie Altar. Cupid had been playing some rainei unusual pranlis In the Sanlord. N. C, conimunitv during Christina" holi days, and two families, one in Harnet anil the other in I.ee county, are pret ty veil niled up as a result of his work. Two brothers in the Den son family. Joe and David, who live in Harnet. came over into Lee couniy and carri ed l wo sistevs from the Wicker fain 11 v, Mii'ses Mary and Flos-do. to Har net county, where "fSiiuirc l'.d Holl made the four but two. Not content lo liw alcn A. I Wicker, brother of the two brines, in vad"d Harnet and captured the shier of the two trrooin. MU Margie Den son, and brought her over in'o I.ee count v, where they were made hus br.nd and wile by 'Squire David Mann. "Oh, mamma. I've been having the best lime playing pos'off.re to-day." cried the young hopeful as lie came running in'o the noire. "We've been using real letters." "Keal letters? Where did yon get !h"!il?" "Why. we found a bii: bunch in von top drawer, all tied up ith pink ribbon, and we t.-v r.ne to each fam ily in Hie street." Notice of Stockholder Meeting; First Niitiomil llatik. TIip regular annual mci ting of the Fioekholders of thi D.mk will be held in our banking room i.t tea o'clock, a. m.. January 13th. 1920. At this meeting, a board of direc tor for the ensuing year will be elec ted and Buch other buainrsa trans acted as may arls". Tour presence U repectfully re quested. J. W. LANKY, Cashier. TIMK Til ACT ttMt Wail For the r'Htal Staste f kidney llliu IVolit by Moorw 'eodeV F.ierieiM-eii. Occasional attacks of backache, ir regular urination, headaches and du ly spells are frequent symptoms of kidney disorders. It's an error to neglect then? ill. The attacks may pass off for a time but generally re turn with greater intensity. Don't delav a minute. Begin taking Doan's Kidney Tills, and keep up their use until the desired results are obtain ed. Good work in Monroe proves the effectiveness of this great kidney rem- , edy. Mts. L. H. Horton, 60S Crowell St.. says: "My back and limbs ach ed, 1 couldn't rest comfortable and 1 was all tun down and tired out. Mornings I felt so sore and lame. I could hardly tt around. When I bet.t over and tried to straighten, a sharp twinge caught me in my back and specks came before my eyes. 1 wns so dizzy. 1 could hardly stand My head ached, too. I was nervous and got tired, and my kidneys didn't act propei'.v. Heading of Ioan'. Ki.lnev Pill's. I decided to try them an,! pi.r a supply at t'le Inion lru Co. In a short time. 1 felt much bet ter and continued u e utiirelv curd me." Price f '.. ;: all dealer. Don't simply a-k for a kidney remedy K' ! Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Horton had. Foster - Milbuvn Co.. M;'urs.. Buffalo. N Y. DR. S. A. ALEXANDER VETERINARIAN The late Dr. Watt Ash craft office. Office Phone 113. Res. 53-J l oi; AUTO CAM. No. :l. (mod Cm. Careful Drivers. 15. C. HlON. M. C. riowie III. I.I TISICAI. CONTUACTOU The years of satisfactory work that we have done for the people of Monroe is the best recommend ation for any one seeking an elec trical contract. We solicit ours on the hasis of this reputation. .NOTICK. North Carolina. Union County, Su perior Court: Fred K. Owens, plain tiff, vs. Dora Owens, Defendant. The defendant above named, Dora Owen, will lake notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced In the Superior Court of Union county to secure an absolute divorce on the ground of adultery; and that the said defendant will further take notice that she is required lo appear al the office of the Clerk of the Superior ! Court, at the courthouse in Monroe. ' North Carolina, on the 17th day of 'January, 1920, and answer or demur i to the complaint in said action, or the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in said complaint, i This 12th dav of December, 1919. ! K. W. l.KMMOND, C. S. C. I Stack, Parker & Craig. Atlys. j XOT1CK ;Ncrth Carolina. Union Count), j In the Srperlor Court !'.. T. McCain, bv his nc- friend r.n '. i wire, Lizzie McCain, vs. Thoi-a" I Craig, el als. I The a'mve - naired (lefendat'ts, ! "nomas Ciaig, John Craig, K!'. j-'raW. Oeorte Mellow, C.aig M-Dow I lolvul JuDow. Lee M-'.'ow. Her I.VDov.J C. M Doiv, .twood .Mo How and Itelk MrDrw will take m 'ice taal a special proceeding en' It id as been commenced -j tV M-peror court of Unio.i conn" ! -t ihe l ai'ilion of the land- ilescrilw-d ' he o.tiiion in this ra c; and the pid defe.utaiits will fuiuier take ii.i ice Mat they are rc-ruii' ed to appe -.:t tl.t perioi 'curt Vlonci: oi'lici of 'he V ie ,; ol tlie re' Ct,i:rt ot' said Cm lily, a' t.i; Ho-.mc- i i Monroe, N. C, " y. T.'h (lav of Jn..iiarv. J9 '", Hid i.inwi'.- or demur "o the com .mi'iit. or petit'iiii in taiu pi ocecliii,, or lb- la.ni if will apply lo t n ocrt I'm lilt- r 'lief demanded in Ms r inplaiiil. s He- 2m't day of December, t?19. P. W. T.EMM0X1). c. s. r. "'.. larker v Craig, ityr-. NOTICK OF ADMINISTKATIOX. . Having qualified before the Clerk i Superior Court of union t ounty, .-n. j C, ks adminir-trator of the estate or I Leander Foard, deceased, this is to notify all persons holding claims I against estate to exhibit them to me at Indian Trail, X. C. or to my at torney at his office in Monroe. X. C on cr before the 23rd day of Decem ber. 1920, or this notice will be plead In bar of their right of recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment. This the 22nd day December, 1919. O. W. Kiser, A dm of Lmnder Foard, decased. W. 0. Lemmond, Atty. SALE OF 1.AMK Under and by virtue of an order made by R. Li-niiiiond. Ksij.. Clerk of the Supeiior Court of I'niou Coun ty. X. C. in the Special Proceeding entitled "Ureeu Whitley vs. Koy Hrewer." the undersigned Commis sioners will, on Saturday, 27tll Day of Decemlier, 1919. at 12 o'clock M , at the court house door in Monroe, X. C, sell at public uuction to the highest bidder the following tract or lot of laud, ly ing and being in Union County. X. C. on the waters of Stewart's Fork creek, adjoining the lands of Thos. F. Hill. Henry Curlee. Hulda C.ulledge and others, and bounded as follows: Ueginuipg at a stake by two Hed Oaks, a P. O. and Hickory in the Mor gan Mill public road, a chain Xorth of the "Cooler" pond, the beginning corner of Lot. No. 6, and with a line thereof X. "o C-4 W. i chs. to a Spanish Oak by 2 Spanish Oak and Maple on the Southeast bank of Stew att's Fork Creek, at a bluff at a bend in the creek, a coiner of said Lot 6; i hence ilov. n the various courses of .vul creek, the channel thereof being he !:.;e. siliofi Z'i chs. to an Overcup Oak tree by 2 Maples on the South 'unit ol said cre.k. above and near t lie mouth of n small branch; thence N. u W. '.'il chs. and 50 links, crossing the creek and a pond to a stake by 2 pines. P. O. and ti. O.. M. F. Medlin's corner; thence with a line of the M. F. Medlin h'nd S. 7-1 K. 11 chs ami 20 linUs to a Persimmon live by 2 Per simmon tree... a W. O. and Wild Cher ry tree, on the West bank of said creek; thence down and with the va rious courses of said creek, the chan Iml Indus the line, about 15 chs. and ,Vi links to a stake by an Kim tree and Sweet Cum tree on the Kasl bank of said creek at a bluff or mill seat; thence X. S3 K. 5 chs. and 75 links with Chaney's line lo aid public road; thenc.1 with the various courses of said public road in a southerly di rection to the beginning, containing, D2 acivs, more or less, and known as Lot 7 in ihe partition of the Clem ent 11. Curlee estate lands, made un-; dor the Will of said Curlee and allot ed and assigned to said Frances M. Newsom. nee Curie.-, Feb., 1SS7, the, report of which is registered in of lice of the Ke-.'isler of Deeds of said j county in "lie.-ord of Deeds No. 2'." ' pate nilS to T.4 2. Terms of sale: Cash. j Thi 2.".th dav of November, lfllfl.i " T. F. L1MKIMCK. J. C. SIKKS. i Commissioners. notici:. North Carolina, Union County: In the Superior Court - .1. S. Steanie. i fit intiff. vs. V. N. Ashe, D.-lendant. The defendant above named will j take notice that an action entitled as j above has been commenced in the Sn- ! potior court of Union county, lor the purpose of recovering Judgment vs. ' tlie defendant for the sum of $920.20. diiiiiii'-es sustained by the plaintiff by viriure of the fact that the defendant ' failed to carry out a certain contract made with the plaintiff of about 2."i0 thomaiid brick, and the said defend ant! will further take notice that he i Is required lo appear at the office of ; ch-rl: of Superior court of said county ' on the lull day of Jan.. 1920. at the; courthouse in Monroe, X. C. and an- j swer or demur t the complaint in t said action or the plaintiff will apply i to the court for the relief demanded j in said complaint. This the 5th day i of December. 1919. j K. W. LKMMOXD. C. S C. s John C. Sikes, Ally for Plaintiff. 1 . I ' NOT Mi-: OF ADMIN ISTKATIOX. Having this day (iiialified as admin istrator of the estate of Hardy Laney. deceased, late of the county of Union and slate of North Carolina, notice Is hereby given to all persons holding claims against said estate lo exhibit them to the undersigned, duly authen ticated, on or before the 26th day of November, A. D., 1920, or this notice will be pled ill bar of their right of recovery. Persons Indebted to said .estate will please see me at once and make settlement. ' This November 22, 1919. : W. M. FEKUY. Wlngale. X. C. ! Adtnr. of Hardy Laney, dee'd. John C. Sikes, Atty. NOTICK OF ADMIX ISTKATIOX. Having this day qualified as admin istrator of Hen Howie, deceased, this is to notify all persons holding claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned administrati r on or before the 16th day of December. 1920. or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their right of recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate w ill please make prompt settlement. This December 13. 1919. W. J. HOWIE. Ad m I. list ' ill or of Men Howie, decease.!. John C. Sikes, Attorney. j NOTICK. jTo the Taxpayers of Union County, North Carolina: ! Under the Revaluation Act as pass ed by the General Assembly of Xorth I'nrnlinn session of 1919. all liersoiial 'properly will have to be listed as of the first day of January. I I hereby notify all taxpayers to 'make no inventory of all personal 'property on t lie first day of January, 11920, in order that they may know iwhat property they had at that time. Merchants mind take slock on the 'first of January so as to know what amount of stock they had on hand to Igether with the amount of open ac counts due them. I would suggest that all taxpayers take stock of all corn, wheat, oats, fodder, cotton baled and In seed, meat, lard, flour, and all provisions, live stock, wagons, buggies, automo biles, farmine implements and all oth- i er property Including money on hand land In bank and any moneys that may be due them In order that they may ;be able to make intelligent returns of what thev have on the first of Janua ry. 1920. I The personal property will he list led by appointments in the different Itownships as heretofore. 1 The places and times for lisling ! personal property will be advertised 'hereafter for the different townships, 'bo as to let the taxpayers know w here to meet me and my assistants. There is a severe penalty for fail ure to comply with the law. Respectfully. M. L. FLOW, County Supervisor PRODUCTION OVER HERE MEANS ample prosperity and employment for our boys as they return. We must increase legitimate business and farm production by every means in our power. From the standpoint of patriotism alone we so licit inquiries for funds which look to such increase in production. I We Offer Our Customers The Services of a Modren and Progressive Hank. Their needs are always considered thoroughly by our officers. We are always clad to extend accommodations on as liberal terms as the rules of modern banking will permit. We solicit the checking accounls of Finns and Individuals. This Hank Isn't li ving to moke money OUT of its customers, but (o make money WITH tliem. THE Farmers& Meronants Bank The Hank That Hacks the Farmer. C. H. Adams, Cashier. 31. K. Lee, President. r Tied f r jyew uneans loree I States. imzi 11 raHnr- 1 The Reily -Taylor Company JVew GUARANTEE ft, tftr unc ih nttr rontantt of nn ircordlng lo dt rrttoni, you ir not itlUflrd tn very rDcct, your grocer will refund th noney you pild for It. V Vr-T l', tX II 1 , r?sjrz , nr V . ' X Iy fail to keep on hand a bottle of this effective crou ter.ie.ly. mentha is a certain f-reveiitivc nd specific for col Ji, crcup, ii.flui.-.:a, griptic, pncumonU and other respiratory ailments. WILL NOT i."'. , t. w i. "f a it: rrm r - - IMBInnHIMH NATIONAL MONROE, N.C 4 Luzianne is distinctly a Southern coffee for Southern people.New Orleans isitshome.sir, and"New0rleanshas thereputationofmak ing the best coffee in the whole United (VKRV POUND SOLD IN AN INDIVIDUAL AIR TIQHT TIN CAN Vrleans The Vapor Treatment fcr Influenza, Croup and Pneumonia Mother who knnvr llie inrui.'.t of waitinir hcln!wS5!tf tlrourS n 1 ' -w - acrp.biAir hnurft i'tt i.r i-l(v.'-ir:zi r. - D - - - i ttnn m.v nn( ar.tcj, 1. Mill 1-",. MEcoffee BRAMES salve: STAIN THE CLOTHES It i applied externally to the chert, throat and noi tri' and U tiic kly ahioibed tluough the pores ol the t kir. Iti healirjj vapors ri.se and are inhded directly to the inftrtcJ memhrr.CJ. A double-aciion remedy, it is dnutily certain to produre mtirfactnry reuln. It I a tli:.i charactemtic tlir.l c!istingui-he it from other s.-ilves, it will not ftain the rlothes. Buy a bottle el Va; omentha TODAV. It ij an invaiuLb rrottctior, for a.i in.iKr.ifira t pii- c. 30c, 60c. and $1.10 Celtics at All Drug and Central Store. If jour iliiit r cannot iu;j ty you order from PRAME DRUG CO, N. Wilk.on, N. C