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THE MONROE JOCTWAL. TUESDAY. MARCH . IMP.
98o Metal A Maxwell is 98" metal, and the very best metal that metallurgists can specify.. Pound for pound it equals the metal in any car built. The Maxwell is made of -light-weight but strong metals. They had to be light because the mission of the Maxwell is economical transportation. They had to be strong because the Maxwell is built to carry just as heavy a passenger load over the same roads and at the same speed as any car, despite its price or size. ny engineer will tell you that in getting that rare combination of strength with lightness high prices must be paid for the metals. Their Use, however, repays the makers of the Maxwell in many ways because each car each day is winning Mends. Today these friendships, expressed in terms of cars, are well on the road to 400,000. You cannot go back of these numbers any more than you can go back of the fact that the sun rises in the morning. They tell the story; and it's largely a story of what the Maxwell is made of fine metals. Heath Motor Co MONROE, N. C. Ml .1 Yf' ER OBIECP FORGE Tender Intestinal Tracts Can't ' ' S and Powerful Physics When ft jihyiiic r miscalled "laxa tive" causes the slightest Hin or FT'x you may know that hstfaii of ht ljln naturo throw off the po'sms accumulated in the body, i'- U getting riJ of them by force. This rr ntlinp. tearing r.ction is ex-t.-rmrly harmful and painful to the if n-U-r Membranes of the trowels and intestines. Sl.irn's Relief Tablets, peritln cs nature itself, work in a soothing; hrlj -ful way. They eliminate all p i ra tnd end const'ta'.it n, yet do it v. i" h out Rrip" ' r pain to the body. They are not habit forming. Gett b-x f :u) tableU today and uso no thrr'. ! 1 an's Kel.tf Tablets are safe.1 1. Distributed by The flonn rv dints Co., 18 Factory Street, Derby, Conn. You Do More Work, Yon ore more ambitious and you Set more enjoy m nt but cf everything when your btood is in good condition. Impurities in lbs blood havs a very depressing effect on tbe system, cuusinft weakness, laziness, rrrvousne', uwi biekiiess. GROVE'S TASTELESS Chiil TONIC wnnres Energy and Vitality by Purifying and Lnricliintt the bliiod. When you feel iu tu-enibening. iiivi(joratir,fl effect, see bow it brings color to lite checks and bow it, improves the appetite, you will then Appreciate lu truo ionic value. GROVE'S TASTELESS Chiil TONIC is not a patent medicine, it is simply IRON ai.d QUININE suspended la Syrup. So pleasant even children like it The blooft needs Quinine to Purify it and IRON to fcorich it Tbtse reliable tonic prop erties never fail to drive out Impurities in the blood. The Snrength-Creatintf Power of GROVE'S TASTLLLSS Chill TONIC has made It the favorite tonic in thousand of homes. More than thirty-five years ao, folks would ride a ton distance to get GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a member of their family had Malaria or aeeded a body-building, strength-giving tonic. The formula is Just tbe same to day, and yo can get it from any drug flora. Mc per bottle. " NOTICE. ' Having qualified before the clerk of the Superior Court as administratrix of lieu ie Waddell, deceased, this is lo notify all persons holding claims ' aKainst my intestate to present them to the undersigned on or before the . 17th day of February, 1921, or this notice will be plead in bar cf their re-, jrovery. Parlies indebted to said es-; Mate will please make prompt pay-: 'meiit.. This Feb. 12, 1320. I KM MA BL.AIK, Adinliilslralrlx. ; i Stack. Parker & Craig, Attys. i NOTICE OF jil'MMONS. Ncvtli Carolina. I'nion County. j In the Superior Court . , Nnn.v Pressley Owena, vs. David Owens. ' Tho defendant above named will i take notice that an action entitled as 'ahove has been commenced In the (Superior Court of L'nlon county by i jthe plaintiff for the purposes of de- IclarinK void tho marriage ceremony, l . . . 1 ..I.U.IM ....I periorillPu Ufnirn uiejiiiiiiiu mm. , defendant and for a divorce a vinculo ion the ground of adultery, es will, appear upon reference to the com-; ! plaint, which Is now on file In the jolfic of R. W. Leinmond. Clerk of the Superior Court of Union county, and the said defendant will further I take notice that he Is required to ap I pear at the office of Clerk of the Su- ( perlor Court of l'nlon county, at Mod- ; I roe, N. C, on March 19. 1920. and; answer or demur to said complaint,; ior the plaintiff will apply to the court i ; for the relief-demanded therein. This February 14. 1920. I R. W. LEMMOND. C. 8. C. , (John C. Sikee, Atty. GEORGE C. TRUITT, Physician & Surgeon. Office over Union Drug Store Telephone No. 4 65. Dr. Edward J. Williams PHYSICIAN AND SI'IUIEON Tlie li-te Dr. Eulwuik's Residence Dlt. KEMP FUNDEKIIUKK DENTIST Of flee over Waller's Old Store. MODERN METHODS EMPLOYED. M. C. Howie ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR The years of satisfactory work that we have done tor (he people of Monroe is the best recommend ation for any one seeking an elec trical contract. We solicit jours on the basis of this reputation. DR. S. A. ALEXANDER VETERINARIAN The late Dr. Watt Ash craft office. Office Phone 113. Res. 55-J GORDON INSURANCE INVESTMENT CO. INSURANCE EXPERTS Phone 209. Fanner A Merchants Bank , RulMlng. ' throw's TasteleM chill Tonic mores vitality and merer by portfytoj and to- I rfcafatsth Wood.' Yaa caa m feci Hi tun j Bins, lavlaoinl EAVct. Prto Ms. 1 Piles Corel at 6 to 14 Dsyi bnfit Mmi money If PAZO OfNTMKNT fai: I tea ids, Bjod. b.Tdin or fraLradlMI run MOONSHINE BY THE INNOCENT ABROAD. "I'm going to buy me a new suit or elotnee, ' said I net Ben, "I aee that the wool that's in thein costs only about five dollars. I ought to get a nice suit for forty dollars.' LThe suit that you'll get I'll buy," fsaid Melindy. "and the rot ton in it costs forty cents a pound. Overalls for your'a, old man. No sportln' In your old age:v Ben to his lytnjo: 1 want to get ue a Sunday suit So I ran go to church! If 1 dont have a good suit of clothes I'm left quite in the lurch. I think I'll get a Prince Albert coat And a nice tall beaver hat And when the Widder sees me In the scuttle that followed the last line. Uncle Ben's overalls were torn ...! 1. 1 1. , - , . jmiiu urn imivuij eiiui iimu m girai rem j in It. "A beaver hat. eh." yelled 1 Melindy, "You in a beaver hat. Y'ou'd look like a camel in a circus. Git out of here!" "I think I'll adopt one of these here babies, whose folks died of the j du." said Uncle Ben, "or else I'll send laud git me one of these Armenian I babies." You will, will you? You (want a baby to attend to. so go out ;and give the calf milk. That's one jbaby. Then go and feed the colt. That's another baby you can tend to. Then you can feed the chickens. There's forty or fifty other babies you I can 'tend to. Then you can feed the pigs. There's four more babies! I guess that'll hold you for a while,' my baby nurse! Y'ou adopt a baby, : shucks! "I think I'm coin to have th house painted red and green," said Uncle Pen. "I'm glad you snoke of It." said Melindy, "you can Just get Ihe bucket and mix some whitewash and go over the bam and the pig-pen and the outside fence and the chick-, en-house and the smoke-house and ihe biiKgy-shed. I think that'll be, nil the plantin' needed fer a M'hile, Just because that rotten Jones woman is having her house painted you want to throw away money on yours. I White wash is sanitary and so we'll have lots of it. I'll finish up by paint in' your hide black and blue if you don't hurry at that. Brute!" O Ben to his banjo: . I want to paint my dwellin' house 1 want to paint it red And have the window trlmmin's green Just like the Widder said. The appearance of the preacher at the front of Ihe house was the only thing that saved Uncle Ben, for Me lindy had the potato-masher In her hand. Under cover of his reverence the song went on the barn. I want to paint the bupy up And drive tho Widder to town I like lo look at her lov iy hair And see her new silk gowns. But Ihe presence of the 'Venchcr 'ould not save Ben, for the M'k that Melindy let go on his shins when he came In to dinner lamtd him iadly, ond her flashing angry eyes told oi what he would get whei' the Presid ing Elder went again on 'he highway. O "I pee they are rebelling small'..-.! prohibition in Michigan," raid Uncle Ben. "Ho we are here," said Melindy, "risht here in Goose Creek, only we don't make such a noise about It. I don't notice the drive John is quite eiimlv. nnvllmp" I.hI' fake one." t m-Uintit 1'nrli rtmi "'nw vor U'hiKt- lin'," said Melindy. as she poured on' a V'od long drink of the clearest moonshine. O "I'm sure glad Uncle Joe left we that fifty dollar In his will. I know what I'm goln' to do with it." gald Uncle Hen. "That reminds me," said Aunt Melindy, who was In a towering ; rage. "Get your pen and Ink and sit , right down there," and she brand- Ished the poker. "Now write Just as 1 1 tell you. Messrs. Flummery, Card ' & Company, Chicago, 111. Please send me by freight one of your latest Im proved washing machines, price forty seven dollar and fifty cents. Now put In your check for that amount and the freight. Exactly fifty dollars ain't it. Well that'a right! Now you'll work my washing machine Instead of the Wldder's. I heard about you helpin' her with her washing, you old beast! That'll fix your legacy, all O. K. Git!!" And Uncle Ben got, muttering "next time I go to town j I'll get Rube I.emmond to write me , out a divorce, you she-devil i "G'wan, you ain't got the money to buy a sour pickle," Jeered Aunt Me lindy. Tlie "SIKES Co. !! 1 1 S&V 'Splendid assortments r S-r I j-i- rjs-y V UamaI! UTillao TJiimmaa X f-j uoiatiJ! iuuicO uuico T V3A W J TT Ji-i far . .... Blacksmith, Harness and Machine Shops Tlie SIKES Co. vvmv4vvvvWvvvvvvvv Mtmroc's Noted llurrlster Pays Ijiii cn-ster a Visit. (From The Lancaster County Citizen) j Mr.J. W. Williams, better known to bis friends as "Attorney Jack" was In town several days the past week on legal business. He returned to his home in Monroe Saturday. "Jack" says that he has several very Im portant cases In the next Union coun , ry court and that he Is going to win : them or "bust." Jack has many ! friends here who wish him every suc jcess In his chosen profession. There j were some rumors ' floating around i that he had become very much enamored with a pretty young lady , of our town, but owing to the fact I that the young lady In question was I already In love and engaged, the af ; fair had to be called off, much to the i chagrin of the attorney. However, Jack says that he will yet change the aforesaid young lady's name to "Mrs. Jack Williams." in the sweet bye-snd-bye. It is also rumored that there are several other ladies In love with Jack but are too bashful to own It However, the young lady first spoken of was right on the Job when it came to making love, especially to the aforesaid attorney. hnMntlv rMirwrt Reams ruf. and vnn ar after tb Uct appJeau. rncaw. No Worm b Healthy Chltt All children troubled fca worms save as M betkhr color, which hxttoatas poor Wood, sad u I rale, time Is mar or lees stomach baXsrbaaot GROVE S TA5TE1XS3 chill IONIC Uvea reSriarri ior roe or three weeks will nrik the b'aod, fan pro th dlfeotloo, and art f General f tretuph total Toole tojhevhol trtum. Netnr Ulttw throw off or dupnl the worms, and the Chl'd will f iBypari' ict health. Pleuui to uti, 3c (urbotU. Pleasure, Comfort and Satisfaction COME FKO.M AN ATTRACT! VK INTERIOR IlKAVTY IN FURNITURE DOES NOT .NECESSARILY IMPLY THE MOST COSTLY MATERIALS, RUT RATHER MM)I JUIMiMENT IN SE LECTION. WE SATISFY THE MOST DISCRIMINATING TASTE HERE AT A. VERY REASON A RLE COST. RESULTS ARE FOOTRULE AND YARDSTICKS THAT MEASURE VALUES. THEY ARE SCALES THAT WEIGH MERIT. A PLEASED CUSTOMER IS A PROFITARLE CUSTOMER. WE ARE HERE TO TLEASE YOU. T. P. Dillon & Sons Springlcss y Shade' ' No spring lo jump- Mi, catch to miss hlt, C iLif; No need to handle and soil- jS?t No reaching to put up or jIvO 1 j Simply release the cord to lower fd7rjlS' 4 ' ' h or pull it lo raise the shade. ivv 1 aPQitS A quick release locks it at any 7 1 CiHrfi' poiition you want , j a. imiMiwriiifM A new standard of shade service for your home Made ud in the finest shade fabrics-in sizes for any window Come in and let us show you co-operative; MERCANTILE CO. Silver King Sewing Machine. !' '..4 -7 Srm-s $35.00, $37.50 and $40.00. THE W. J. RUDGE C03L?ANY 'Monroe, N. C