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THF MOXROF JOrHVL. VRIDAV. KKRRrARY IS, 19-30.
.JOURNAL WANT ADS. ONF CENT A WORD FOR EACH INSERTION A. HAVE JUST FTT OX an enclosed car HOLLOWAY BROS, ua.e ol.l over for city transfer. If you want a Mt cars of musical ...-iru-neiius comfortable trip call me at Simp-! since coming to MourK auJ neiy eon's Pressing Club, 'phone 338. or cusiomer is satisfied. residence 'phone ;6-K. V. U. Fullenwider. WANTED Peas any kind, all e can get. S. K. lHsier. FOR SALE The Frank Thompson dwelling, lit rooms, all conven iences.. Monroe Insurance and Inv estment Co.. G. B. Caldwell. J OH SALE No. two 4xlS i;ie shin gles at $7.i0 per thousand. F. H. Asbcraft. AM STILL in the market for thick ens, I'fsii, turkeys and country hams. Highest market price paid. . S. U. Poster. CAR of l.ith grade Kitii'.u.ll pia.ifs Just arrived :.t HoIUa s .1l...c Store. FOR KIXK PIANOS do t: fail to se Hollow ay Bros. FOR SALE Si room l.ouse on west Franklin street. i;:u feet front and 180 feet deep. See W. J. Undue for prices. KIMBALL. Starr. Adam S.-Niaf. Whit ney, Hiiize and Knyal pia: o-. -ire now on the floor u! li"liiu;.v Bros. FOR SALE FIFTY-FOUR acres of Kood fan. line land. including the Sikes mill, three dwelling houses, two pood wells, good orchard, and pasture. Bargain to uiiick huyer. See G. V. Baucom, Monroe route six. or J. A. Baucom at mill. ALAGA" BRAND COSTS A trifle more than just ordinary Syrup"' but Oh; my what "uiieqiiiiled good ness" ou do get. No chemicals used to preserve. No sugar ex tracted. Just Georgia Ribbon Cane as it comes from the plantation with enough corn syrup added to give consistency. This is "ALAGA" brand table srup. Ask your grocer. DR. H. SMITH, F.ye-Si;ht Specialist. can b? found regularly nt his office, Monroe, X. C. the entire fall and ; EVERYBODY is b iyii-i. .;an from j Hollow-ay Bros., who will save von the ast nt's profits. FOR SALE Desirable house and lot on Windsor street; lights and chair, and he was smoking ten P. H. Johnson. CALL YOUR GROCER today and A Very Irivaie Matter. The Oregon Journal attributes the' following story of an incident that occurred on oue of President Wilson's trips in the South to Adiu. Cary T. Graysou. the President' personal physician, who has been with him constantly since he first became Pres ident. Not long after the inauguration, we dropped into the village of Yoiktown. the admiral. It was a sleepy sum mer afternoon. We went to the court house and looked over the old rec ords, and we visited the postofflce. The posi master had his coat off, his suspender. down and his feet on a a corn cob piie. He saw me looking at some bottles of gincer pop and said, with out getting up. if you want to take I.IRI-S WF.I.L. IWKSSF.It M;.h Farrar IK-leiuU Efforts of Ijulie to I'se I'lotliea lu lleM A .Haulage. (From the New York World.) "When a little Xew York shop girl trips dow n the street in her trim jack et suit with her pretty ankles dis played and her hat set at a rock an gle, she is finding that thing whica we are all seeking through the thea ter or through music or art or merely through our own personalities ro mance! She has become more than her own dull, little self. She feels that she is representing the brightest gayest, most beautiful qualities tu her nature. And so she is.'' So spoke Gerald ine Farrar, deli cately disentangling the lace sleeve have him send you a can of "Ala-- , D,,i,J r ..,. i n ,ake of """ i-iltt from the jewels of ga r.bbon cane syru. It has all rjtn( her bracelet. When the fastidious the i'.;al:iy and rich flavor of the W(( wamj,.r,.j t on the street, operation was quite completed she, ribbon can.'. w here several colored men were lying continued: it-Oevp in the shade Still no one rec- .American gir.s. mat ..uied the Pt.sideiit. At last we generally speaking, so charmingly ..,! l.ii'e s hool-iil. who sloi.t.ed Pressed lis they are to-day. They are ALAGA" I.KAXD GEORGIA CAN":: Syrup ha no equal. Good either "'Little Mary" or '-tira'iul. .. Lucy." Xo other syrup has its delicious f'.nor and r:ch. health Kiing iai:ty. Phone your grocer for "ALAGV and accept no sub stitute. Henderson Snyder Com pany, w holer-ale grocer, distributors for Monroe ar.d ;cin:ty. and looked at us nartowly. -Evouse me. mister." she said, but you certainly do favor the picture of t he rresidelit." President Wil.-oii sm!-d and said. "Yes. I have ollcu I'een toldhat." She started on. but came back, a nil said. "Excuse me as.aiii. but are yon the President?" President Wilson bowed and said. "Yes. 1 am the President. ' The little girl then said. "Stay lute, will vou? I want to run home and get mv mother. I see oii. She has never seen a dent." We waited, and in a moment the little girl returned with her mother and one or two children. The chil dren, after satisfying ibeir curiosity, scattered to tell their elders, and in :a few minute. the mother of the. lit i.i ,-i,i li :a ,1 i.., -ni; ii ized Ihe l'res- FOR SALE House and lot on Lan-j i'leni said. ' Look at Die crowd com- ,:r.if -it umui n!it vtioul f W t inn. There were seven men coming up the village street, among them tne HOLLOWAY BROS, are ear ue.-i.-rs in pianos, and gnarn -e to ave you money on s ime irr.id" f pi ano that you h'.v from u.vii . 1 PHONE Xo 3 for auto transfer. Care- ! ful drivers, and charges reasonable. i B. C. Hinson. SHINGLE MILL Capacity ;.VOuoj per day: cutting first-class forest1 limber, S ' miles from .Monroe.; Your roof will cost yon from $3.40 to $7. SO per square. Give me your I order. J. W. Richardson. Yates. becoming as well-dressed as the Fieuch. Neer let anyone tell you that the chick and provocative styles which cou.e ever to us from Paris aie not d-signed for Ihe best French people, rivery woman in Paris who has a pretty ankle or a pretty back, exposes it. There are no best people when it comes to wearing attractive clothes. There are well - dressed peo ple both rich and poor, and there are rich and poor dowds." She shifted her position and kicked I. . ...,;.r ..r ft...- i: ..!.... want her to llu "o.".. i un ih-khii iur Presi- w iin me toe oi nor gut supper. "About eight years ago." she con tinued, "we dressed abominably. Do you remember when we wore blue serge dresses piped with black or plaid silk? To-day blue serge dress is a one-piece garment with a belt that shifts up gracefully if the bust is inclined to be too large, or slips down youthfully on the Hal-chested woman. It is short in the sleeve's, ( has a little frill around the neck and is puckered, goodness knows how, FOR RENT Good one-horse farm in Sandy Ridge township. Neces sary buildings; good land. Murray Clark, at Heath-Morrow Co. FOR SALE 5-rooni dwelling on Talleyrand Avenue. Possession at once. Monroe Insurance wild In vestment Co., G. B. Caldwell. 'postmaster, who was putting: his sus- around the knees, and is perhaps slit i .n,u,hi.J,i r Horame ' up a bit on the side to show the' . up to me and said. "I didn't know who yon folks was when you was In 'my stote. I warn fiv e minutes' talk 'with the President on a private mat ter." "You w ill have lo tell me what you want to talk to hir.l about," I replied. SEi; S. R. DUSTER before you sell your chickens, ano winter. Jlodcrn and" Up Jo-dute la, produce. -S. R. Potter , everv nnrtimlar ILiVf" ni77 f i-c 1 -- Examined and glasses fitted. Office In P.plk-Bundy building next to . Vr"?"' dpn'al office. FOR SALE t h. p. International engine, corn mill anil crusher. Cheap at $-nn, price $35u. A .li. Deese, Monroe. Rt. 1.. Lee Park. LONELY BATCHELOR GIRL, worth $30n.noo, wishes to hear from hon orable gentleman tinder 60. object matrimony. Write Mrs. Hill, 14 East fiih St.. Jacksonville. Fla. FOR SALE -or. lu-20.-Route 20, One International I fact -- M. 0. Reed, Matthews, silk stocking and Ihe neat shoe then it becomes something? The blue seTso dress to day has style and charm. "1 have read with considerable amusement the suggestions of serious minded ladies that women's dress should be reformed. We should wear some uniform Costume like A man's, ibex say, and save our energies for 1 remember some II. n..li.l,.n., tnnnth as J ears ago some one unn i iru . LOST Bet ween Monroe and Page- Ihc postmaster dcm'irrecj mid said.j ... -B , country i D vt;v ptivate. 4 "Well', it's likp iliis: I am iimkinir hiii(e. I .1,;. I. .11. ...j ...niith aa 1 it I hU PWIHE , ...... ..... ,....,,.. ,.f DtooA rlinrfl u-ere. f.v it in, fnr ma n. "vun" mv cut. - only two or ihree of them who advo cated this 'sensible' costume, and President can't fix it up for me to i get forty dollars a month." rim. Finder please notify Parker. Pagelaml. S. C. L. L. FOR PALE -Several Ford louring cars in A-l condition; price reason able. B. C. Hinson. FOR SALE Ford cars, new and re built. We also carry in stock Ford roadster, touring and iqiort bodies. We do high grade painting and top building on nil makes. Payne's Auto Works, Charlotte's Reliable Car Market, 2C East lith Street. Charlotte. X. C. DO NOT DELAY There are two things you must attend to at once if you want them done ordering a new car or getting the obi over hauled. If you wait until'spring you'll surely he disappointed. Come In at once. Secrest Motor Co. land. Goodrich tire 53x4. and tire ohio Man Adds and Talks at Same hey were without except ion women w no were Know n among uieir nu-uun as badly and carelessly dressed. There Is a lack or romance in a woman who does not like to express her individu ality in pretty filings. I believe in rouge, powder anything t hat helps to make a woman more lovely. To some women a whiff of rare per- l'au of Air. Laker's daily routine !' ' 11,1 """ " is to make trial balances relative to "J1" '' '"!' '- ls I""" ,.r li... a.. ....,. nf 111,, ' appropriations and disbursements."' ... , ' FOR SALE -One Buick "4." in good cmiilit ion. with new tires; one 1!1" Kurd with new tires. Both curs at s real bargain. They are going lo somebody cheap. L. S. Fowler ; Co. ('OR SALE Six-room house on Houston street; all modern conven iences water lights and sewerage laree back lot; on paved street. Fow ler & Lee. FOR SALE-- Desirable building lots on Lancaster avenue, near the graded school. C. D. Roberts. Time A man who can both add big minis aim talk at Hie same lime Is on the payroll ol (tie Ohio slate government, states a dispatch liom Columbus, Ohio. lliis man is W. E. Baker, deputy slate auditor. GEORGE C. PRUITT, Physician & Surgeon. Office over Union Drug Store Telephone No. 465. "Do you have any pari In the d.v Hons, bureaus and departments. When usked lo eUlu how it was tli:il Iim ffiiilft ii,l,l ,iil ii in tw nf Ava! number figures and talk al the same eii'huslnsiii. i.u ..;... .!... i ... "Indeed I do iiiii,. ur r- n i . v'li utirnu I iiiiiv be a freak, a genius, or any of those things. .MI he has to use is his brains - . llll if. ...I, ul II " M.. ii.. b.. i.i.' i.. . ' geslions. .-ii. , , ii n , i nuu i, ii ti, 1 in iuii' of twos, threes or fours at a time, up down, across or sideways. He "sen ses" his totals. He can tell by in stinct, he says, whether his calcula- lu"lr""" ",c ' i"'"'""-, .I... , U,il, ...ii. near Ilf;il Ol I lie I lit" it Hire nin, i, ..., ,.,H. nil the stage?" she was asked. Her blue gray eyes sparkled with was the reply. "I design most of them myself, though of course I have fhetn made by a treat designer, and he Is also full of sup- It is a great pleasure to Plan the clothes for a character. Of course every woman has that pleas ure in a limited sense. Every woman ' who makes good dressing anything of I I'll.". i7' if wT-...' - TAI 'jCI w. - OC0C. 'ti ' i lillTir m' ; :: -tmm f v - jiK- vi-i . -'.'-v.-.- vi' i ( r i 'Mi i. i r .ic v v.w a. -... . , 'iii iin ii in 1 i ill i u ii ui n i n in I'LilC'll, : ';!M... i; Ii n:i , , an art studies herself, decides what km onlitla n a nnH liU. ulis liiliuf . . . . , , , lit I KIM III llllin mr nun r-m- tells him his totals are wrong he goes (rps8 (Q ,,',,,,,,. tnrm. Nl)W for over the figures ngain. i Instance, am a small woman. (In- ifeeil in her own drawing room Miss i Farrar gives the impression of being Miuile suprislngly small. I Therefore j when I play a part that remands i dignity I have to be careful that my gown is made In long lines, but when j I play Hit ingenue role I wear a short waisted dress with a short skirt. "Color, too. Is most Important. A dark-haired woman like me, if she has blue-gray eyes, must avoid brown. j It almost Invariably makes her skin ' look sallow. But the dark-haired i ur,iimti ti'lfft, Ikt-nii-ii ai-.a fluHa hi-na-n her most becoming color." the national joy smoke i .0 -wKkstf. 5 9w 3f 4 ,J .11 '.."i l' l u I -I' If R J rvnoidi rV''""-'SDW.. ) i:'-" NEVER was such nght-handed-two-fisted smokejoy as you puff out of a jimmy pipe packed with Prince Albert! That's because P. A. has the quality I You can't fool your taste apparatus any more than you can get five aces out of a family deck! So, when you hit Prince Albert, coming and going, and get up half an hour earlier just to start stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes, you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line I Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of its own, but when you figure that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch we you feel like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words to express your happy days sentiments! Toppy rd bagt, tidy rmJ tint, hanJtam pomd and half-pomd tin hamidonmndthat daisy, pnscfrco pound cryttal glamm kmtmdor with tpongm moitttntr Up that kpm the tobacca in rocA perfect condition. R. J. Reynold Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C ill 1, fellii ! ! v. Jiiii ii i i w i1 P" '" Biiin i h ; nr z : m ,' ' in n Err mW . .a'm. II I i ' .,1 II lv i-.M : ..v-i-;. l 1 1h I i j I ,H- Jill 11 Hli liiliill , 111 Tiitnii i a"m'i Wi n llusiness McIIknIs on the l imn. We keep a complete record of live- : stork, showing the cost of each head purchased, Its age, etc. Also dates, or breeding and to w hat bred. In ! this way we know the exact date to make preparations to take rare of the j females. When we sell off any stock, a record Is made showing gain or loss. ; As for banking, it seems that In this age of progressive business no! man should fail to hnve a bank ac count. We cultivate the local bank-! er's friendship for he can usually give us more Information than any i other business man in the village j he knows the people, he knows who ; will do to trust, and for how much, ; and many other little things that will help you. or course we pay all bills with check, stating on the check for w hat It is to pay. This not only give ns a record of the expenditure, but the cancelled check is a receipt against the bill slid we can always make the exact change when paying with check. As to advertising, we believe the farmer should use space regulnrly In his home paper as well as other methods of publicity. Some time ago the writer was about to order a pig from an adjoining state from an ad. In The Progressive Farmer, when to his surprise found a neighbor only seven miles away had the same kind of pigs for sale; we didn't know It because he had not advertised the fact. We also use a tpyewrlter. believing It pays as well for a farmer to use modern methods of correspondence as any other business man. We us ually make two copies of a business letter by using a sheet of carbon pa per. And we have a small box letter flle for the carbon copies. The car bon copy can be referred to at any time that we desire and we can know exactly what atatement we mav have made or propositions submitted In our correspondence. These letter are filed alphabetically and are easily fo"nd when needed. G. . P. Cart wright, In The Progressive Farmer. mm hr KNOnf - otz aeocates wmu. , n4s me host WE OFFER YOU QUALITY GROCERIES - ""1 ALL THE TIME It means economy, satisfaction, go.nl liUiig for you to buy such goods. In making our purchases our Immediate profit is not considered it Is your welfare and, as a result, your pcnimtwnt trade. We are consistent, therefore. In reiiiesting your business. QUALITY- ECONOMY SERVtCF fgANCV C- STAPLE GROCfRIES 4 lAf4K ST. j MOAyffOF,77?rj THE DUALITY GROCERS 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 life and suc cessful men are always admired. We invite you to open an account with us today. The Savings, Loan and Trust Co. U. B. l!cd inc. President 11. R. Clai k. Cashier You haven't a single banking need, consistent with sound banking practice, that we will not gladly fill. Even if you should come to us on a quest that the liberal policy of our Bank could not meet, you will be treated courteously and we will be grateful for the call. ; Your every banking need will have prompt, effi cient, courteous treatment here. . i-ii mil ii i lagpa jjf i f 'Hums I NATIONAL Silver King Sewing THREE STYLES $35.00, $37.50 and $40.00. THE W. J. RUDGE COMPANY Monroe, N. C.