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We are specially in the market for Chickens, Grown Hens, Good Fresh Table Butter and all the Eggs you will bring us. Remember, we try to pay a. little more than anybody else. Five Minutes Delivery wwwwwwwv VANN FUNDERBURK wwwwwwwwv One Price C&sh Grocer 33 Another Car Ear Corn. We will have another car ear corn this week. If you want some see us at once. T. P. RED WINE Now of litmrr liiifortl. Waxhaw. K. K. U. No. 5. Keb.16. Among i)iom ill with influenza In Ibis ht-ciiou are the families of Messrs. Hampton Huey. W. L. Park. Laney Broom. J. H. Walkup. S. 1'. YYalkup and Sam Wallace. Mrs. John Twitty is also very nick, and Mr. Pinkney Little is sufferiiiK with rheumatism. Mrs. Tom Wooding of Norfolk, Va.; unu .ma. iiiiiiim r uiiurmiHK ii v. r ghastly Storv lunibia, S. C, are at the bedside of 01t (n)1 ,jay 0j meir moiner, .virs. eapp, wno is seri ously ill. Dr. W. H. Sapp is ill at his home near New Bethel, S. C. Mr. Ilrittian Belk is at the bedside rf his daughter, Mrs. B. C. Walters, who is down with pneumonia at her home In Goldsboro. Doit. True, we are in the clutches of the deadly flu epidemic, but this cannot excuse us for refusing to contribute our part to supply food and remedies which mill bring back to health and strengih these stricken peoples. To us Americans much has been given. and from us much will be required. 11 ease publish enclosed poem by Annye Allison which I am sure will find an echo in every mother's heart and may it be the means of opening the hearts and purse strings of many mothers throughout our country: HERE AND THEUE. Sleep, little baby, so dear. Safe in my arms you are pressed. Cuddle your head without fear Down on the warm mother's breast O'i. I ihauk Goc you are safe here with me, j Not in Armenia, over the sea! While we are safe here at home, H.ippy in life and in love, Armenian children must roam Wiih no roof but the heavens above; Armenian mothers are blinded with tears As tltey go wandering on through the years. Anuenhui.Syriiiii Relief. To the Editor of The Journal: Tlei.se allow me one or two more ap peals to our people in Monroe and I'n ion county before the campaign' closes Friday, the 23rd. Most of us know the awful plight of these down trodden, staiving people. The canie-i ma tulaiMMI Ilh anH t,-f .it 1 . lta.A.-a ' . ... , f- ,. - nuu i m nip, ' uaic made uj familiar with the gruesome. ,i'l. lime Dany so sweet. No one of us can sav ' a,p ne nonie nest. Judgment. "I knew Vet thousands of dear little feet nothing of this awful tragedv." We "ave wandered for years without have been made to see. whether we rest: wanted to or not the marred and .Thousands were thrown to the pitiless pallid face, and the canine wounds. I wave, The faces plead for mercv and the i Torn from arms that were power- wounds cry trumpet-tongned for re-t Ims save! lief. We can help them If we will. 'O Cod who has blessed me and mine. 1 Armenia is today a rhallenge to our ' Help nie more freelv to give The discharged soldier hastened humanitv. The crying need makes its To those who must wander and pine, gladly home to see his wife. He found 'appeal to every one who has In him I When my money might help them ner poiisninc tne Kiicnen siove, and the milk cf human kindness. We who I to live; slipped quie;ly up and put his arms are Christian have a chance to test Take thfiu this cift from my baby and around her. "Two quarts of milk the (ilire of our religious professions. ! me and a pint of cream to-morrow," she Our hymns and prayers amount to j To stai ving Armenia over the sea. said without looking up. jnothing if we refuse to show mercy. J Mrs. J. Frank Laney. Co. Chm. ! Ii ' I l .Il m Mori miles ptrgah Mtrt milti I tirti The Rise of Maxwell Is Due To Its Metals Fine soil makes fine wheat; fine feathers make a fine bird; and fine metals have made the Maxwell. They have given it: 1 A life of 100,000 miles. 2 Thriftiness. For its metals are light in weight. Therein comes thriftiness. But these metals are of extra strength. Therein comes long life. ' Metallurgists those who have made the study of metals a science will tell you that such metals are costly, but they guarantee quality in a car and their generous employ ment in a Maxwell is by far the best evidence anyone may need to determine its quality. They are almost alone responsible for the rapid rise of Maxwell, for the fact that nearly 400,000 now have; been built, for that ever growing friendliness to Maxwell the world over. Heafh MotorCo., Monroe, N.C. SOCIAL Many Monroe people will be inter ested iu this dispatch to the Charlotte Observer from Salisbury: JJrs. J. B. Krye. or Brysou City. Is seriously ill wiih double pneumonia at the South Main Street Methodist parsonage, wheie she nursed her father, Kev. J. C. liowe. in his fatal illuess recently. "Mrs. Frye's husband and broth ers. Dr. Heury Howe, of Ml. Airy, and Kev. Gilbert Itowe, of Winston-Salem, and Mrs. Gilbert Itowe are all here with her. "Mrs. Frye has l he distinction of having been tne nn,t oinan licensed lo prance law in North Carolina." niUfiiza lies affected the social life or in., town nlong with business ac tivities. Clubs have susiiended tem porarily, and l heir members are de- Yottng themselves to fighting nflun- ia in their homes and in the homes of their neighbors. A few Monroe women have volunteered to do nurs ing duly, and other will doubtless of fer their services. children at CI in Mrs. J. B. Simpson and are the guests of relatives ton. S. C. The irlrola fund now totals $71. Sj, new donations, as follows. naving been received since Friday: Mrs. Mike Hudson. $5: Mrs. r. H Johnson, $1; and Mis. T. C. Crowell. i; .Miss Molhe Houston. 50c. Mrs Iceman is very anxious to send the victrola to the wounded soldiers at Oteen in the next few days, and con- triinitions to the cause will be aunre- ciateu. Among those s!io have volunteered to nurse influenza patients are Mrs. C. h. Sehachner. Mrs. F. B. Ashcraft Miss Kiiima Hunter, .Miss Lillian Cole, MNs l.ura Heath, Miss Walton, and .mis. itea t. ole. .Many others are needed. Volunteers should report to I lie t Itamlter of Commerce rooms. Relative to the situation the coiintv relief association gave out the follow ing statement yesterday: 'The influenza situation in the county is very bad. Many families are In dire need of attention. Train ed inn sea are needed. Tract leal ex- perieni'd nurses are needed. Inexpe rienced help about the sick room and household work is needed. We can use a dozen or more experienced nurses; us many Inexperienced wom en to help with the work. We can use good colored women on most of this work and will pay good prices. It you will help, or if you know any one who can help, please report at once to the Chamber of Commerce p.l Monroe. "We need heh) In nearly every sec tion of the county, particularly at North Monroe, near Wesley Chapel, around Olive Branch, In Marshviil' township and in east Buford town ship. Anyone In any of these com munities who is willing to help will be doing a noble service, and they will be paid for their work. Phone .1IIMII1M. "We also need some bed clothing and oilier supplies. Please report to Mis. II. Hedfearn. Phone 87-J." Miss Itanie Williams, the stale nurse, has been called to Oxford or phanage to assist In caring for the children who have become 111 with influenza, and the school work in this county has been suspended until the Influenza epidemic Is over. I Cut Flowers J Floral designs, wedding boquets, 5 and flowers of all kinds. Trices reasonable. 6 We make shipments to Waxhaw, Marshvllle, Wlngate and other nearby towns. CODK MORGAN At I'nlon Drug Co. Phone 2:11. NOTICE! To the Taxpayers of Goose Creek Township. You are hereby notified thut under the Revaluation Art as passed by the General Assembly of North Carolina, session 1919, yon are required to meet me or my assistants at one of the following places in your township to list your polls and personal prop erly: I'nionville, Monday and Tuesday, February 23 and 24, 1920. Sylvester Hinsou's store, Wednes day, February 25th. 1S20. I. C. Clontz's residence, Thursday, February 26th. 192. Kbenezer church, Friday, February 27th. 1920. He prepared to give a full list of all personal properly, including co.- tou baled and In the seed, that you owned on the 1st day of January, l!i20, and also all money on hand and In bank; all mortgages, notes and ac counts, and all sums that you may owe on that date so as to Know tne amount of solvent credits ihnt you will be liable for taxation on. I hope (hat all taxpayers will avail themselves of the opportunity of meeling al the places and lime above named to list iheir polls and personal property for taxation and not be forc ed to make long trips to other places to make returns. There is a heavv penalty for failure lo make returns and comply with the law. M. L. FLOW. County Supervisor. Come and Shop with Us LEE & LEE CO. offers New Spring Silks at advantages that can't be produced on today's market. Save 5 c to fl.00 on each yard of Silk purchased on our today's prices. Cood Silk is economical but trashy Silks are dear at any price. Our reputation will bear us up in saying that we carry a very relia ble line or Merchandise. We quote you today's prices. We have no future prices on Silks: 36-inch Susquihanna Silk Poplins $1.00. 36-inch Taffetas $2.00. NEW WASH SATINS While and Light Shades $2.00 and up. Crepe de Chines -2 qq and up Chameuse $3.00. 36-inch Dress Satins $1.75 to $3.00. KHIKT1;S 36-inch Pure Silk Madress Shirtings $3.00. EANTISE AM) TKH1OLKTTK Kiinona Silks, beautiful patterns, Jap Silks in Black and Colo'f 75c and up. ltF.AL SILK ItWiKK AM FOILARDS If you have looked at the new prices on Silks yon will readily see the advantage we offer you to buy loday. Lee & Lee Co. Reliable Merchandise Reliable Merchandise Fight . "Flu" with Fruits DoctorM agree that "flu" patients should eat fruits, mill they also say plenty of fruit net as a preventative of the disease.. Antlelpatliifc the epidemic, e placet! large order for various fruiU, and ran now supply you by quick automobile delivery the following choic varieties: Grape Fruit Apples Tangerines Lettuce Oraoiges Bananas Lemons Celery Bermuda Onions Monroe Union Mercantile Co. ... 3. S. CARTER, Manager. TWO TELEPHONES 486 eJust Received CAR LOAD New Fords With and without starters. Several good used Fords. I R. SAMS, Mrcot'' Pleasing the appetite and swatting old H. C. 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