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lll!Ut:ll UUMIWIS SFK 'TALK I.IMI UOAItS; lK)T MAX FAY lFTH PF.NAl.TY j KXOCK. SAYS THF. F.TK!UF.sF JOURNAL WANT ADS. O.NF CENT A WOKDFOR EACH INSERTION W ! A. 1 and good peed. Opt-n ouggy. ClH.vai: MOVED-We tare uored, FOR SALE One driving iaar.. sis ...... . . .. . , ..ll - U ... ..ii t. 1 - ,hll...l tf.-ll- ... i ...iuuiuuu ivia'.r uft-ariuirui -visuo .-. ..... r-.- froiu the place iu ircwii 01 Fowler Lev's stable to Hiuaou'a old sta-) Meg vn Franklin street. IWing us joi.r next Kurd auto Job. Ross, 111 OS. I'hitagu Slw-rlil Tiki- Fxjirrimrat in Ihm't I'uiiM- ihi Math tain When t!iej N)rlilicj llw H- Font n' lUmil Fnsiiierr I'uU M Xcw Kjad nuln in His keeping la YiliMMj ThnHiK'-i Yir FW-M, Say .Vi-bet. j Fr ulion. YV. A. Finer of Whitevitle has been An"' experiment in pwtiology as convicted in the Columbus county ..n.ta. 1.1 iViH.i- nnriinr . the court for failur? to send hi children rubber tire; handmade set buggy .county jail at Chicago, at the dim,'" hool. and aweysed Ihe cwt. luj harnos. Set- me for a bargain, hour of dawn, wheu two hundred' he Th's was the first ease; Cash or paper. C. A. Gibson, Alou- : prisoner crr forced to witness tne , " roe. X. C. l'hone 372-J. i k.i... i?.ir..i r. .-.-... .n.i.i.i ' aiteudance act. and friend of tne; murderer. Hardened criminal! se-. rr "" " "- ru i f ' Forxii A watch, owner can Ket by ,, ,,,, i,ii.r,irr .nrf come. Home Cafe. 'deseribiu eud pay Ins for ad. Moiis. whose expiation U not yet! R- J- Dlk- '" '' or P. Wilson, at Shute and Wilson's the gallows were placed in fella.!"1" eek at the Presbyterian hos-j . ' Giu. ii.r,i tir nf mhirh iirroiindi i h : lla Charlotte by the bedside of, 1'IWXE Xo. 3 for auto transfer. Car-- - . quare where the scaffold had been 'her little miii, Joe. who underwent! ful drivers, and charges rs enable. rott klai ;eerai mans, aim iu rw.,Pli an operation on ms teg. orougni tne AUTO TRANSFER -Threatt at the New Fhoue 384. B. C. Hinson. I pie rooms iui luufeuuro.. . - h comodate oeveral horse and cow , lhg yard. l'hone 199-1. House ,. w number 11 Washington str,-el - ra J. C. Helms. WONKY TO LEND on easy terms. The Colonial Joint Stock Land Bank, of Norfolk. Va.. Is prepared to lend money on farm lands for terms of from 5 to 33 years. In-; WAM'tU lerest at 6ri and no insurance re- salesman or maiiauer. uunv.l The bank will not consid er loans of less than $3,000.00. or ploxees. J. Van Cheney. for iiiore than half the value of the , ville. Ga lajid. See us for further particu lars. Siack. I'arker & Crau, Attjs t)R SALE FIFTY-TOL'R acres of good farming land. Including the Sikes mill, three dwelling houses, two good wells, good orchard, and pasture. Uargain to quick ouycr. See 0. V. Bauconi. Monroe rou ail. or J. A. Ilaucom at mill was ihe contention ot snenn - ighl of the grue-;'" gemug aiong niceiy. inr mines in would have a most " 'egs are Riuuing togeiner ana tne salutary moral eftect uikiii those in !hose life might come future tenip- doclors fet'l assured that he will soon be able to ruu around w ith two strong legs. The Monroe Chamber of Commerce co-operating with The Monroe Jour i'osition as hardware " r t ,. , Five tears so nriniy me suerin oeueteu exH-rtence. uotoniu-e: present e u- thL ' . r ! nal got out a most excellent edition " rw.,., i.i ih.-.i h .haiiHi.ii1 of The Journal last week. Ill the form the plan, and the added protests from j supplement entitled "The WVXTFD At once, a first-class scores of other persons wno tnougnt ;"" ....- - .-.... "blacksmith- Roughedge Mercantile; the scheme unnecessarily brutal. Monroe Journal. The supplement Co Monroe Route t. I Accordingly the stage was set and contains write-up- and photographs Durrage was led forth. The quiet in 'of Monroe's prominent business and FOR KENT Two rooms, wiih bath ,h, dealh rhamb.-r became absolute, Professional men. as well as splendid and hall. Mrs. Frank Limerick.) for a mo,,u. Then the noose was' Presentation of the advantages Mon fiili) Crowell Street, l'hone 390-J. i.Hne.l r ih inn nierer's head. ! ros has to offer prospective hoine- , v'min r i, hicher tiers came a ; seekers and tndntrial enterprises. PHONE M. H. KICUARDSON for ! rX.u shout Talk good roads don't knock the cord of good, dry pine wood. "When do we eat?" road conunission; don't raise so much Tierbvtier. cell bv cell, the cry was! cam wnen tne roaa engineer puis taken up. It became a roar above new road through your lield. The in which the warden's voice could not be jventions which have beeu of most rent Good one-horse farm.! heard. Denenl I0..,ne wor,a w""" convenient to church and school; I The trap was sprung, and Durrage abridge distances ana onng peop.e Wc Offer Our Customers The S-r Tires ot a Modrensnd rrcgressive Bank. Their needs are always ronsidered thoroughly by our officers. We are always ;-:'aJ to extend accommodations on as liberal terms as the rules ot modern I. anting will permit. 'e solicit the checking accounts of Firms and Individuals. Tills Ikuik isn't try in c tonuike niiMicy OIT of Its rustoniers, but to make iiMHiey WITH ibrnu THE - rarmers& Meronants Ml The Hank That Backs the Farmer. C. B. Adams, Cashier. M. K. Lee, President. HORSES. MULES AND M AR33 A KOU SALE Good horse, seven years old. V. H. Howie. Indian Trail. solid car load from the Western markets Just arrived, and they are! on exhibition at my staotes at in- ; .11.. TV....- u-uA lu! u.1 ah- . peciallv for the needs of the farm-' Kooi orchard and pasture; excel-! dropped into the space beneath the;closer together. Good roads are tne m in this section, and if you are; ,en, buildlnes. M. H. Richardson, scaffold. .means of bringing ramnianities in Roing to buv it will be 'o your ad- 1 sheriff Charles W. Peters later Is- closer touch. The road drag and the vantage to "see me. N. C. Price, I FOR SALE Desirable house and lot swi , statement answering critics , road scrape ought to be used freely Vnionville. X. C. on Windsor street; lights and a-W,0 opposed his action. The state-1 during the next two months. Ihe . ! ter P. H. Johnson. meiit rends- farmer who drags a section of road by "L'O.V BRAND COSTS A trifle' j .., ot.inion the modern cod- his farm, at his own expense, not !:::: mail Just ordinary syrup tu AU Deverui ruiu ii"- ,iii11L, f criminal hv well-meaniiic. only does a proiuaoie jod lor iiiius-u. !.f O1!: uiy what "unequaled gond ii lie :! tr.n- vou do get. No chemicals t prerprve. No sugar ex i times from the plantation ' iioiinh coin snip milled to oiis'isieiicy. This is "ALAGA" 1 table syri!!. AsU jimr grocer. but misguided, svmpathetic theoreti-i nui lie coiners ral reformers and self-constituted or-'Public generally. ml : ganizations, is one 01 me greaiesi benefit upon the cars in A-l condition; price reason able. B. C. Hinson Wo vaninro ihp assert inn that there " -. in it i viii-p I'Eni'V'l! imliv and g a iizauoiis. is one 01 inr firaim - , ... Just Georgia RiWion Cane CALL Ol R (.ROC LU toda ana no( a10,hlr ,own ,he BIW ot u a nave m il seuu u.. a i . ; . - . , f ,.U.e witn the ; ,aw with as many young people in fhU, iiro sen hiKher education ins,. - HW,n , r idos.roved the fear of punishment by.lutiomi. These young people a fe now- llhb0" ca"P- -, criminals to Hie extent that It is no at home for the Christmas holiday LG" BRAND GEORGIA CANE'-.mcer a Uct. irent to the further and the old town wears a haiw win e has no equal. Good for commission of crime to tie incarcer- u"" ,Mr' " .' . " ". .i- r.nni nia 1 mm n mil- nena nisi II III inns. i ni no.t IP. II. -MITH. Eye-Sight Specialist. t i be found re::ularly at his office, Monroe. N. C the entire fall and vaitrr. Modern and up-to-date In rv-i-y pnrticular. Hnv your eys ex.imiiii'd nnd glasses fitted. Office tn Belk-Burdy building n"t to Dr. Green's dental oftlce. ynii l ucv " No other svrup has its large m,:l.er of prisoners openly ao- makes the hearts of the of us delirious flavor and rich, health-; l;nwleUe that tin y would prefer to glad In have them home Th town giving quality, l'hone your grocer b, Inearcera-ed In the county jail. U 'theirs tor nt i.n and accept no sub- where they are belter ted and wneie . R" - - - are far better man seme umu hm.u. -. i loolc forward to tneir noiue cuuuup for "ALAGA' siitute. Henderson Snyder Com- vanillin conditions i i. ..... u hniiKuL vrni'nr A ii i ilin i or i n their f ) nl i ii a r environments. for Monroe and vicinity. ! "The reformers are constantly ad-jin the spring. jVocaiuiK the uilopiion and enactnieiu i "(K SALE Six-room hors-? on Hmwioii si reef nil modern conven iences water li.i:hts and sewerage , poll SALE Seventy acres, 2"i miles of laws w hich are tor the purpose of j lurge back lot; on :;ived street. Fowler & Lee. 'KKE DIRT Those having y.rds' and lots to fill in can gel dirt free from the Houston lot in front of; iir stables. Fowler & Lee. TOM TRANSFER CALL J. C. Cordon. : at Snyder and Gullege'a slor?. j IKNiYlLI.K XKWS from courthouse on Charlotte high-; alleviating the puniMiiiient oi mei way. Land lies well; good tenant criminal, forgetting and losing entire ivtunia W ishes Xon World Had Come to Fml Ik-rrtnlM-r 1 7th. Hogville. Jan. 4th. The reiort that the world would come to an end on December 17th caused some little stir in Hogville. However. Mrs. Zero Peck and some of her neighbors got consolation from the fact that if it did end they would get rid of Zero. After Zero learned of thla conspiracy he was glad It did not come as he likes to get ahead of his wife and hnnse! two wells and a fine spring- sight of the protection that Ihe law- watered pasture for 15 cows. Saw abiding ami peaceable citizen is en timber on place to build good six- tilled to as against these human parl rooni house; pleutv of wood; about sites. 45 acres open land. An ideal loea- "In one-half of the enerby now tion for slock farm. This Is a good 'spent in sympathy on murderers and place at a bargain. C. A. Gibson, ! criminals would be devoted to the Phone 372-J, Monroe. N. C. i families of the victims and the other ' to bringing to Justice Ihe brutes who Habitual Constipation Cured have blotted out the lives of law-abid- ng and peaceful citizens aim uariteu- ed forever the lives of others, thin ( WANTED Subscription agents for, nil . r A 1 .m.i aii I i lioro I j lit? iinimiv ii-Hn-iiirii. ,a ii rw. commiions and perwial help. For ; " t " . full pnrilpulaw write Otu T. Hall-. "LAX-F0S WITH TLPSIN w srally- ... net m v ! nrnare:iSvri!nTonu-Ijntfitive for Habitual man, r. t. nox ;im, u.i.is.nr, ,,, (r.,-.---,-.-- - - - tt-ih.., i r i iyor.jtuiaiHin. u relieves prompuy mil "-' ... ., ,u ... t . . . . . i i ...... j Toi h.fi.i p the execution the re- .iniin ii M i iKpn rrizuiitriv lor 14 u iuuri . would be a hapier and safer world to . neighbors. A stranger trom over anoui me Bear Foot school house, has bought ..r, ... f, ! .-1... 1. ... ,..,(,, u. ..ii.. ii v;.i,i,,,. -j reiver of the only telephone connect VEI IIll'. MUilir.Jl l-u.iil iniirt. .v. . iwuiubK. .(, .iu....u.-..u ; ,,, .rj 1 fcVt'11 Int.. vrv I' nunnl tnluka. sue 111', i lie juu iui mr ....-.... ....... ytmr country produce at S. R. Dos- ter's. per bottle. the farm of the late Bill Kildew, on Petunia Ridge, north of Hogville. was removed from its hook in Jailor Several former owners of this farm Davles' office. j have starved to death trying to op- It was renorted that this action ; erate it. Those familiar with the Unde Sam says of Life Insurance That $10,000 is the right amount for the young man in the army to carry. On this basis we say the right amount for the young man out of the army to carry is $5,000. As you grow older you can take more from time to time. We can write policies up to $100,000, but $10,000 will dry many tears. Death, Debt and the Sheriff If your home is mortgaged, that is the com bination your widow would have to face unless you have a life insurance polity suf ficient to pay oif the mortgage. "Life insurance is the only mint where sym pathy for the widow is coined into cash." Investigate our famous "Carolina Special" Policy. GORDON SS CO. State Agents PfTTMOELPHIA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Monroe, N. C. was taken to prevent a possible re prleve of the condemned man at the last minute. When asked for an ex planation. Jailor Davies smiled and paid: "I can't see why it was done. Vou see the telephone is out of order." Much Rheumatism lax-ill Iinuult's No-Curc-No-Pay Of fer Attracts Many Sufferers. If there arc any rheumatic suffer ers who have not availed themselves of this geenrous offer they should do so at once. English Drug Co. states that it Uheunia, the guaranteed prescription for rheumatism in any form, does not give any purchaser quick and Joyful relief they will gladly return the cost without any quibbling or red tape. Rheumatism is a dangerous dis ease, and anyone who has the slight est taint of It should drive It out of the system as quickly as possible. This is what Rheuma did for many. It should do as much for you. "I havB heen laid tin for one year with chronic arthritis," says one suf ferer. "I had doctors galore, also i .'pent four months in a sanitarium, hut had practically no relief. Then I started taking Rheuma. Now I can go without rr-.itches or other aid. which I could not do for the last nine months. I highly recommend It, and would gladly answer any questions isked on reriipt of stamp for post ag,."Thomas II. Eddy. Schyler ville. N. Y. Rheuma Is absolutely linrmless and ! thoroughly re'lahle beranso it is one discovery that has forced rheumatism to yield and disappear. It's not expen sive and it Is recommended by good 1 driiirgisls everywhere. fate of these former owners are try ing to keep it quiet as they want the new owner lo die easy. The presumption is thai the Old Miser had a delightful Christmas, as he did not spend a rent. The ladies of the Hogville Humane Socl-ty visited the graveyard on Pe tunia Ridge yesterday and as soon as they ret iirned went Into business ses sion and appointed a special commit tee to call on Bub Smothers and heap upon him a lot of abuse for the way he Is neglecting the grave of his mother-in-law. Zero Pecks rays the most harmful woman In the world Is a poor cook. Dan Hocks, the Hogville black smith, predicts that If the blacksmith business does not Improve with the New Year, this town will lose Its blacksmith Bhop. The Postmaster says he cares less for Nebraska than any other State In the Union. He never saw the State, but says his feeling in the matter lias been brought about by he fact that Alexander iloseley came from there several years ago and has always spent most of his time bragging on the blooming State and finding fault wilh Hogville. Outside or tnat ne thinks possibly Nebraska Is all right. Miss Petunia Belcher got rroiessor Gape Allsop cornered at the poslofflre yesterday and read several verses oi her Christmas poetry to him and Gape had to admit Its superiority be fore he could get away. Miss Petunia Belcher says If she had known she would not get any Christmas presents she would not have cared if the world did come to an end on December 17th. THE INNOCENT BYSTANDER Zelte Moseley was shot through the right foot while participating as an innocent bystander at a fro for Hi fight at the Bear Ford si III l;oiire on Christmas Eve. Tires and Roads. (From Raleigh News and Observer.) North .Carolina has something over a hundred thousand automobiles. That means we are operating nearly half a million tires. These tires will average with their tubes not less than twenty dollars each. Which means that we are running ten million dol lars worth of tires on the roads. Counting nothing but the tires we are wearing out every day a material portion of that ten million dollars. Let us say that a tire Is good for a year's run, which It Isn't. But if we assume that it is good for a year's run we are pounding out on the roads ten Jiiillion dollars every year. On bad roads tires will not last anything like so long. On good concrete or asphalt roads a tire will last much longer. In assunfiug that a tire wears out in a year on the present roads, the figure Is probably too low. It would be too high on good roads. If the average road of North Carolina was as good as the fairly good road of North Carolina, possibly we would get twenty-live per cent more wear out of tii-"-.. which would mean a sav ing of a tv. o and a half million dol lars. Now suppose thutrwe put two and a half million dollars imo im proving the roads. Instead of that de struction of tires. That sum of money would do a lot of road work. In ha'.f a dozen years it would build leu or lifteen thousand miles of a twd miicii better than Ihe fairly good road of the present, which would ftill further save t ires. The saving on tires is only one or Ihe economies effected by a good road. A rough road Is ruinous lo a car. A Ford car suffers J,ess on rough roads than a heavier car. A man who knows, says the average repairs to a Ford runs about sixty dollars a year. To a bigger car It is more. A big per centage of that could be saved by good roads. We would also save gas oline and oiL It is a safe guess that fairly good roads would save us four or five million dollars a years. Put on roads we would have the roads. Put on tires and repairs, the money is gone. Is the thing worth thinking about? America Shilling Furopeans. William J. Mulligan, chairman or the Knights of Columbus committee on war activities, has returned to New York from abroad. Discussing the situation Mr. Mulligan says: "The people of Europe are-not as badly off as many would have Ameri cans believe. While there are dis tressing conditions in places, one de tects symptoms of spoiling through America's lavish assistance. 'Europe needs red blood rather relief, and it would not be unaccepta ble, if gratitude was shown to Amer ica for what she has done. Europe w ill lake all we have to give, and cer- talnly we should give something. ! "But we should afk for an ac- i count in? of rxerythin? we give and ! insist that the statesmen or Europe I g.t down to busine.-s If they want ;i; continue receiving help. There is !too much talk mid not enough work in Europe." Sweden's first free port, which forms a part of (he hubor of Stock holm. Is open for busiu-ss, although it will take perhaps ten years before all contemplated Improvements are completed. Columbia Records 'Danse Bacchanale"by French Symphony A superb piece of ballot music is this wild, oriental dance from Saint-Sacns' Samson and DtSlah rendered by the Paris Conservatory Symphony Orchestra. Rapid and fiery, it foreshadows the destruction of the revelers in the Temple of Dagon. Coupled w ith "Capriccio Espaenol." A-6122-$1.50 Other Good Records Com in and htar (Am jn th Columbia Gnfonola. The W. J. Rnrioe -Co. if n - o - i I; lit a s a K iubbi r it ",ES CASH GARAGE ? tEPAIUING A SPECIALTIY. VcxttoBaptis-' " Mi st H .ve liost His Job. As the widow bent Industriously over the wash-tub she was treated lo polite conversation by a male friend, who presently tinned the conversa tion to matrli.:ony, ending up with a proposal. "Are ye sure ye lovs mo?" sighed the widow, p.'.uslng in her wringing. And the man vowed he did. For a few minutes there was sHcnse as the widow continued her labor. Then suddenly she raised her head and looked at him suspiciously. "You ain't lost your job, have you?" she asked. First Offlce Boy: "I told the boss to Ico's t the dp rk circle under my eye- -tH If I didn't n-cd a half dti- rT." 8- end r "! p.oy: "What did he r? '- - "Hi aid I needed Heinz hds ?57 varieties We have all varieties We have some of Heinz's variety in our variety. Crowell's Variety Store, South Maii Street. No Worms In a Healthy Child An children tm&H with wnrtnt hav an on Wtth r oofcir, wbfc-li lixlvatet pr blood, and i rule bce I nvt nr !m rfoTih UrjrlxiK. (HOVE-S TA5TOJ3S chill TON - VH Jrrtwoor three r. wi!l T-ft' '' ' imv? ' ") '.'.ii't'u, end -' : ''-ru '. When you have Money you have Friends. Have you ever noticed that when a man is known to have money in the l;:u.i he invariably has friends, many friends ? Not net warily because he has mon- e but bocKUso the p n of a banking account is a strong ir.d!csti'.: i cossful r'tn Hi?- aJv.ir. Vn 'rv-"1 VT- TO i; ?: . . n )ifo and suc- 'day. Co. ' v., .