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nrc monkof jotov.i friday. march 12. ipso.
"77 .xVAJWWWUSAJWW-fc EFIRD'S WHERE MORE FOLKS ARE BUYING EVERY DAY EFIRD'S SAVE YOU MONEY. I I f I HMMH W 1 V. ro) nif Don't Forget we have all Kinds of New OXFORDS I and PUMPS you will be pleased to look at Announce the Arrival of New Dresses and Coat Suits . m ft I T 1 X T ?A J 4 X Ffl A U Lanrest Purchase n the History or Uur business, un aici It :uJ'Lt i;v mhr, he ady.to.wear. ? CLEANING IT WHOLE Unswn " .X.V u;-; dk t n . .h: t CAN and WH LSdl t ReTail 0 ...-... V 1 " 11 4 It 1 W W '111 X. "V f 1 V I 1. f 1 w I . la.. II IlllIjlin.lliLi 1 1IK lit as0 - - w f ----- - - - tv t ' in'vpr Than the Manu adurers aed " IH s Mo. HEADED GEORGETTE DRESSES, all cobrs. will Go on Sale at About J', Their REAL VALUE. THOUSAND EXPECT TO GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS THE BENEFIT OF IT! NEW SPRING DRESSES it The Ideal of Perfection in Taffetas, Georgettes, .sat $X ins. Foulards, Jerseys, Tricotines and the . Newest Combinations $23.00 values in Jerseys at - - $ J-9 i $25.00 Taffetas at - - $:i3.00 Taffetas with all the new dainty touches of ?? Snrinfr.it ?24.o0 $30.00 and $65.00 Beaded Georgettes in all the new shades at $-3.00 and .9.o0 All Wool Tricotine, values to $4i.o0, at 13.00 to $50.00 Evening Dresses at - - $21.75 LADIES' FINE SUITS Hand Tailored. These came in all the wanted colors, and materials. You may be sure when you get vour Suit at EFIRD'S it is the newest. Priced - $18.50 to $7o.00 One Lot Ladies' Taffeta. Georgette, Satin and All Kinds of Silk Dresses $25.00 values Our Special $1S.o0 The Best the X :rkt Afford in WOMEN'S SPRING READ-TO-WEAR at the EFIRD'S SAVING PRICES. We Have What You Want at the Price You Want to Pay We offer in Spring Suits cf Tricotine, Serges, Poplins and Men's Wear Serges at a Saving of $5 to $20. Eiird's Sells Women's Ready-to-Wear Cheaper Than Any Other House in North Carolina $25.00 values at $18.50 and $19.73 $20.00 values at $14.50 $29.50 values at . $22.50 $:15.00 values at - i - $24.50 $50.00 values at - $:.00 $05.00 values at $)-50 THE NEW POLO COATS ARE HERE and are Priced at Big Saving. They are going to be very pcular this season SERGE and TRICOTINE DRESSES TJuve are all the New Spring Colors, made on the very newest models. Priced from $7.95 to $2 1.50 NEW SPRING COATS New Spring Coats of Polo Cloth, Velours, Silver tones, Serges, Tweeds and Jerseys, in all the new colors Pekin, Reindeer, Rookey, Copen, Grey, Tan ana lirown specially rnccu $19.50 values at $22.50 values at . $25.00 values at ' 5.00 values at : . $14.50 . $16.50 $18.50 $25.00 DAINTY SPRING SHIRT WAISTS SHOWN IN QUITE A LARGE VARIETY $5.00 Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists at ... $2.95 $6.50 Beaded, Embroidered and Tailored Georg ette Waists at $3.95 $7.50 Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists, large assortment, at $1.95 Ladies' extra size Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists at $5.95 and $6.95 New Voile Waists in White at ... $1.98, $2.98 and $:l.9S ft 5 SHOES SHOES 5 New Spring Pumps and Ox fords. W e can please you m your Shoes. We have them In all leathers and lasts. You are welcome to look them over. s I! XX EVERY LINK OF OUR CHAIN SPELLS ECONOMY. OUR 25 BIG DEPART JIENT SOTRES BUYING AND SELLING FOR CASH -IS EASY WHY YOU CAN GET IT CHEAPER AT EFIRD'S Department Store WHERE YOU ALWAYS SAVE MONEY 8 ..... U i! Biir Lot of NEW SPRING SILKS will be on Display at the Usual EHUD'S Way FOR LESS. Tell your Friends to Meet You at EFIRD'S. ..;MJMXM,,V WW illHb I S HIXSON IS NOW OI'lOSKl I I TO t'AI'l I'AIj I'IMSHMKXTj Fcr n; nr. m . . . .... ...... I tamer, inc m and alris. Sfc fi &&w the sivsi: for Gil B 7m7M 22cs-at work cr play. IVhen rouYe nervous cr tired. W see how it refreshes! The Raver Lasts m n W. I i YA M TIGHT- Kept Right An Excellent Xme. The fair young student at the Folytechnic. aya the Argonaut, at the cloao of the cooking period, care fully wrote out a label that rad "Tankee Jam" and paated it on the aide of the Jar ahe had just filled. "But why Yankee Jam?" ajked ihe teacher. "Vell."iraa the youn womati'a re ply. "every time I illrred It up it wanted to 10 oter the lor.' "(iliMTVt'i'V llwi'iit t'diiiiiioiil on the Mibiit'l t'iiaiiui-)! Hi.i lli-ws IViKli of .Mi.-M iilliitniK. .Mineral S;.m:t. I(. V. V. 1. March 11. .Mr. C. C s'liiiniM liatl I'm-c cowh lo tlml calvoH in one nigii- l.'eiitlv. Thid is ci it it luiiusuui u '!p.i'' only kfi'i'8 lour head of a:ili-. ' lr. W. 11. .saii li.ude a tii lo Cn luiubia iaat ,:,m'.ilii.v, ami away watt tal;ii wrioticly ill. H- i,i'iii a short whiie iu u lio-j i'..! li'lorc Ijein brought liomi. 1 ! ih soii.h b -lie-." ul (ncfi'nl. The fact tl.iit a person (ii.Ters in his opinion Irom ur ousi is ufi"ii used as a basis to sui t a num.:'. Tor l.i.itance, siiu-e the oilicers -ii.'kht that 5U gallon still, which iur;iol out to a i5 Kallou out. and thai ViO t-nl-lona ol ler melted to ii jraUnii; of siop, fouw respected c.ti;-.iun have been all but convicted o a bunch of Kotsipers who never km; v vh-.it U was to I'll tho truth. I vi'U ko on record an In favor of sinci l.iw cn forcemont, but leu not point out t cry citizen in the coi'iti.iiniiy here a still is caunht as a olad; i heep, and remember that all wound will heal except one, to one's tlUia; iv. Misa Jane Wilinms, who made her home with Dr. W. 11. Sapp. died last Saturady nipht. .Miss illianm was a line old lady, being near eighty odd earx of age. and until recenily could talk most interestingly of tho olden uays. She was a devout chrMiin and a ureal Bible scholar, havitm read the Ilible through several times. She could quote dozens of chapters at will. She was the dntiKhter of Jesse Wll liat.in. who died almost a half century aco. She waa a sinter to Mrs. Ander son Dcmcr and Mrs. Clara Williams Hell; and is utrvlved by one brother, Mr. Wesley Williams, who lives near Lancaster. She was laid to rest at Tabernacle, where she had been a member almost sixty years. A great crowd waa present to aiteM the good life this ki.id old lady had lived, and she will not only be mirsed in the home where flio died b'tt many fr' mN will ttihs Ihe cheery words ami wood counsel this-, nice old lady pavp. How many readers rend tiie adver tisements In The Journal? I will F.ay that at least ninety per cent do and i!-e ad.', that appeal most pre those that tell the article and the price. And spcakin-; of arts., that r.an!: of Union ad., "The Farmer' Cow," is a well cot ten up piece of advice that more farmers need to heed If they do not want to meet Mr. Hard Times right square in the face. Novum Homo wrote a rod .article on farm tenantry aome time ago and I believe I can answer for some of the poor land we have and aome of the shiftless tenants by anyinc that if the farm owners would provide tenant houses that were comfortable, wells Instead of sloppy springs a quarter mile away, tome outbuildings that they might take care of what they have accumulated, a pasture for his cow, help him drain and lay off ter races, etc., there are not many ten ants but what would remain from year to year at the same place, or be come a farm owner. And one of the BiiBaBttBasiBiaiiBaHuaaaiBiiiaBiiBCBiiiBaHBBaByBiaBBiiBBiBBiD The Cotton Farmer's Cow j The farmer who grows so much cotton that he has no room for a cow is neglecting a chance to make some easy money. " If he would follow the advice of the American Cotton As- sociation, if he would plant fewer acres of cotton, use 2 carefully selected seed and fertilize highly He would increase his production of lint cotton per acre, thereby maintaining the standard of supplies, but reduc- ing the net cost per pound ; He would have left acreage on his farm to keep cows, to raise hogs, to grow fruits and vegetables and grains; These would feed his family and give him enough extra jjj cash so that he could store his cotton in the system of warehouses advocated by the American Cotton Associa tion and get for it a fair and equitable price. This Bank, first, last and all the time, is for the American Cotton Association's program of better cotton, higher prices, diversified cropsand more money for all! THE BANK OF UNION V. S. BLAKENEY, President R. G.LANEY Cashier The SIKES Co. ,!BBIiaBBHBBIBBBBBBBEBBBBBBBBHnBBBBBBHBnBIIKnBBnilBBBBBI?BBBBHBB main reasons for this farm to town frW-"H,:,: trend Is because of the discomforts; that the farmer and especially hisj wife have to endure, and as one lady said to me, "I had rather eat less, wear less, and have some comforts; than to endure the unfini.ihed homes! and bad water In some homes I have j livd in In the country. 1 Mr. Shell Hays and his father. Mr. I William Hays, spent Mondy and Tues dav in Charlotte on business. Mr. F. A. riyler spent Sunday visit-1 ing friends at Heath Springs. j I have always favored capita pun-. Ishment, and back In the days when the Macon debating society held sway I at Trospect and I was always happy j to represent the pegative side of Ihe question. And I want to say that I have heard good seakers speak thir-j ty and forty minutes and make aj poorer argument against It than our; good Triend "Observer" am in couple of Inches of space In Friday's issue. Probably it has come with age. nr that I feel the responsibility of eitlrenshlp more. But I have become i a convert to "Observer's" creed. To j tbore who did not read his Item, Ii will say. get your back paper and do I so, for it Is a real treat. "Wife ever get an economical , streak?" ' "She does. Only this summer she ! ftonirH nut nh could save eight dol-I lars In one week by doing her own j J housework." "How did It work out?" "She got a cook book. I got dyspep sla. and the doctor got the eight dol lars." Splendid assortments Horses, Mules, Buggies Wagons and Harness. Any day in the year. Blacksmith, Harness and Machine Shops. Z I t Time SIKES Co. I I