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The Monroe Journal, Tuesday, March Z 1920 SIXTEEN PAGES Special Notice. JI ST RECEIVED Big line of baby ' Anoiher ring. McCall. Teacher IJeplie FuikIciIiui k. to Mm.' iBSHEiai FOR SALE Old creamery buildiug. J. Frank Williams. FOR SALE or bouse ou Park Avenue, lights and city water. V bart. Rem Seven-room Electric L- Earn- FOK SALE I am booking orders for toe genuine I'orto hico potato plants. See me at the Cooperative Mercantile Co. T. C. Haigler. McCALL. has new hue of Jewelry. IR. H. SMITH. Eje-Sight Specialist, will be out of town for awhile af ter April 1st. Come now-, have your ryes examined, glasses hilled. Buy To the Editor of The Journal: . Please allow me space in your col umns for a few remarks. For twenty ; vears 1 have been trxing to hold the reins of government iu the school room and attempting to impart made. All of these tires are guar- a meed not to rim cut. Come and j let us show ou why it pays to buy ' the best. We have now all Ford ' sizes. Cobles Cash Garage. FOK SERVICE liedwiue Kentucky! - Jack at Frank Fowlers barn, at Rl.MIS Every inscription at Mc Houston's station live miles west Call's, of here. Fee It. Four guarau- , , 1.1 vvui, hf 1 .....,,u i ii. toil ALh The lulenwider farm, a Ham Fow ler. a FUk tire and be satUfled. We ledB to the future citizens of the guarantee these casings in even- ni nvr in " " career have wav. Three stxles Fisk red top. J ported to the printers ink to de :.m.u miles; FU-k black nonskid femi u?u r m "raue but I . miles, and tbe best of all now nai me ume na coi.le wnen 9.uu0 miles, the FUk cord, the best I Jl'ST KECEIVElv Line Waterman" , Ideal fouutaui pens, self-tillers, f 2 i each. MoCall. Jeweler. FOR SALE Here are Just what you have been looking for. Big bone Poland-China pigs, !ni days old. and weigh "0 pounds. Satisfaction guar auteed or money back. Price $23. Place your orders now for spring' delivery. W. J. Phillips, Kt. 2, Ap pleton, Tenn. FIAXOS. PIANOS We have a house ' full of the latest models. Holla way's Music House. j HOUSE FOR SALE House and lot ' on South Stewart street. See Toni Rossi. ! must speak. In a recent - issue of your paper there appeared an article over the cognomen of Mrs. Fuiidcrbnrk in which she assails the working record of the teacher and his would bi monthly -ha ml -out. Now it is not of the little luite that is so grudgingly given hiiu by both county and slate and to safe guarded by a long line of officials that I waul to speak. However, 1 uiiht add in passing that hU pay is the most meager of any cla.'.s of ieople of my knowledge and thai his tirade of criticisms is the greates; of any, which ought not to le because where but little is given but lilile ought to be required and certan.lj lie has hut lilt lo given. tint it is inc worklii; ceroid of myself and .ay f.-li . ruvok-ri ou this nv.d ihat 1 wish lit deiivul. Judg ing from the context of !.. r write-up I take il thai sifter l'.iJe:-j.;rk Is a son of cosmopolite in ii.ules and no- FOR SALE Ford cars, new and re fessions but 1 am sure (!km. is one built. We also cany in stock Ford mundane realm she has never per roadsrer. touring and sport bodies. ; vailed, one fori she has never bom We do hi;;h grade painting and top barded. viz; the school room, because building ou all makes. Payne's ' j feel i hat no person can jnake thoe Auto Works, Charlotte's Reliable; statements without heirs guilty of mile ana a hair north of the court house. Six-room house; one N'i: drd and fifteen acres of land. .; s-ssion given at once. This , t . e V. .U be sold at a bargain and i.u.st go at once. R. F. Price. WAXTEl To buy a good Ransom Moittgouery. CAM KO BROOCHES Full MeCair. liUliC- line at ; FOR A Mt SICAL INSTRl'MENT go to llollawav's. Miinroe, N. C. The Cotton Farmer's Cow w 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 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 casli 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 Dank, first, last and all the time, is for the American Cotton Association's program of belter cotton, higher prices, diversified cropsand more money for all! THE BANK OF YV. S. BLAKENEY, President UNION 11. G. LANEY Cashier II 9 9 & 9 iBBBBBHICBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBOBEBBBBEBESSIlBBBBMBSi'EBEBBBB FOR SALE Six-room house on I Houston street; all modern conven-1 iences water lights and sewerage; large back lot; ou paved street.! Fow ler & Lee. j FOR $2 YOU CAN" GET a 12.75 Wa-j terman Ideal fountain pen, self-till- j er. at McCall's. ! FOR SALE Fi'ie brood sow; very prolific. CI. K. Long. M.itihexvs. N. C. Route 2s. ( SHINGLE MILL C;1 pally 23.00 per day; cutting tli si -class forest timber. 8 . miles from Monroe. Your roof will cost von from $3.40 to $7.50 per square. Give mo your order. J. W. Richardson. FOR SALE 5-ioo;ii dwelling on Talleyrand Avenue. Possession nt once. Monroe IiiMiraiiee and In vestment Co.. G. Ii. Caldwell. Car Market. 26 Charlotte. X. C. East CYLINDER KEIIORIN'U We, now 6th Streetone or two things; criminal ignorance or willful and malicious prevarica tion. I am principal of a three-teacher have as part of our Fo. J repair' h) amJ fWy nioruinK of the loilK r utr.. ,.,,.- y-'roij Wiier months I have been at work. Does a factory job. Lives 8.h(M1, hmlS(l b simri8e , jou cure roer ami mileage .befort, ,,,. ,jme. Ttw aslleg j have a a a bote your cylinders, the right way and best way. if ihey need il.. Slop that oil leak and greasy plugs. Give us your nxt job and get il done with the hesl tool. Come in and let i:s thow you vwl-.y. Coble's Cash Garage. WK HAVE opened up a new market at No. S South Main Street and named it The Star Market. Mr. V. J. Walters, one of the oldest market men in th city, x ill be in cliar;;e, assisted by Mr. A. M. Lee, wiiii will li tl.'iil lit serve lli. lr eim- trim.: mill V.v U" r I'liu- 'ho hae been in the work and tasted i t II his rattle experience taken from three stoves and the tires I have made iu those stoves that the children might have a warm room when they come, with my own hands. Then 1 prepared wood so Ihat no student has had to leave my school to mi for wood during work hours noi only fi r this jvar but for five years before. However. 1 guess all ihis is not work and Is not to be counted in the least. From eight thirty a. m. until tluee-lhiriy p. m. there is no letting up. but one con liniious strain known only to those SiLV I'vVARK at McCall's. j PHONOGRAPHS A car of new ones Jusl arrived. Hollaway's Music House. DARDANELLA- The new dance rec ord in four different stjles. Hollj- j wav's Music House. SAVE MONEY by mixing your Wa-, termnn Meal fountain pen from McOull. $2.75 value for $2. MEET YOUR FRIENDS at Simpson's; drug store end join our circulating Library. j WANTED Four or five hundred j cords pine wood, treen or dry. ! Icemorlee Cotton Mills Co. NOTICE I have left nil my accounts; for professional services at the Un ion Drui; Co. store, and will thank all who owe me lo go there and get i a receipt ns soon as convenient. I Dr. R. H. Garren. j FOR SALE The Frank Thompson ' dwelling. 10 rooms, all conven iences. Monroe Insurance and Inv-I estment Co., G. B. Caldwell. LONELY BATCHELOR GIRL, worth J $300, 000, wishes to hear from hon- orable gentleman under 60. Ob- j ject matrimony. Write Mm. Hill, 14 East 6th St., Jacksonville, Fla. by iiclual experience. All this is lo he done lo s.iy nothing of papers lo he looked over and corrected ' night and I'ssons lo be prepared for the next day. Dear teader. ott ate a mathema tician and a rtasotiable person and I leave i( to xou if xou ran crowd nil thai tini" into live short hours. And yet in the face of all this, sister Fun- Foil RENT The Yomicblood place i derbiirk s a x s we only work five hours lour and one-half miN s from town. : per day, live days in the week, and a twu-horse farm with lifty-fouri about seven or eight months in a acre in cultivation. Cood house year. And as if that was not enough niid barn. See Mrs. E. 1'. Garland ! she Fays we play around the rest of lierliiik. will endeavor in keep them sup plied with the best meats pos-ible Irom this secti ii and western Nori!! Carolina. We will c; rty a It:'! line oi ever.. 'Iiitiu thai is kepi 1 i:, a liist eU'ss market, and ask fir, a share of xour trade. 1'hoiie No.' is. The Star Market. j at Mrs. Gus Horton's TWO nnt.I.Ans! I".! Walsrmnna self-filling fountain pens at Mc-J Call's. FOR SALE One good mule, four years old. W. B. Thomas, Rt. 18, Matthews. N. C. FOR SALE During last season we did not have a single complaint in regard to the quality of sweet po tato plants sold by us. Would you like to know hoxv we manage to deliver first-class plants each Spring? We select a fexv bushels of the very best shaped potatoes, which we bed to themselves, from Ihis bed we set out our early patch, from this patch we lake the strong est, healthiest vines to set our seed patch, from which we get the po tatoes to bed. the following Spring; ihis'iogcther with careful climlna- , lion of all partially rotted potatoes, a three years' rotation of all lands where potatoes are raised or bed ded, has given us plants thai are second lo none in quality, l'lants will be ready for delivery May 1st, and later, $3 per thousand, f. o. b. Greenwood. (50 per thousand with order.) We raise Puerto Rico Yams, exclusively. S. J. Thomp son. Greenwood, S. C. SALE OF VALUABLE TRACT LAND XKAR MOXKOK, X. V, OF FOR SALE Five or six head of horses and mules. T. J. Price, Monroe Bottling Works. WE HAVE what elry McCall. you want In Jexv- FAIRBANK3 - MORSE oil engines; Corn Mills, Feed Grinders, Shingle Mills. Wood Split Pulleys, Rubber Belting, Farm Ligting Outfits. Let vis quote you. Lummiig Machinery Company, Spartanburg, S. C FOUR GOOD MULES FOR SALE Cash or good paper." J. W. Laney. FOR SALF Five room house and lot on East Curtis Street. O. L. Mangum. Phone 333-J. YOUNG MEN". 17 upward, desiring Railway Mail clerkships. $110 month, write for free particulars examinations. J. Leonard (formJ er Government Examiner) 445 Equitable Bldg., Washington, D. C. FOR SALE The Arey place near Co ble's mill, 4 miles from Oakboro. 1R2 acres; 400,000 feet of timber. Place lies w-ell; twe tenant houses. This place Is going at once. R. F. Price. WANTED Applicants for the Ruth erford Hospital Training School for Nurses. The Rutherford Hospital offers unexcelled opportunities for surgical training, and part cf the course may be taken at Bellevue Hied Hospitals In New York City If desired. Pupils while training receive niainlennnce, medical aMen tlon and an allowance sufficient to rover cost of uniforms and books. For further Information address Miss Freda W. Warden. R. N. Stipt. of Nurses. Rulberfordlon. N". C. WATCHED. Wsfhea, Watches Full . line at McCall's. SIMMONS guaranteed ratch chains at McCall's. WANTED Hands for shlngl- mill ing. Good wages. L. R. Broom, Mineral Springs Rt. 1. CUT GLASS at MeCall'7 i Under and by virtue of a judgment of T. B. Finley, Judge holding the courts of the 13th Judicial District of North Carolina made and executed at the February term, 1920, of the Superior Court of Union County, in an action entitled "Monroe Land Im provement Company, et als, plaintiffs, vs Huli-Hargeit k Company, defend ants," the undersigned A. B. Fairley, commissioner appointed in said ac tion, will expose at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the court house door In Monroe, N. C. at twelve o'clock on Monday the 29th day of March. A. D.. 1920, the follow ing described property: Beginning at the N. W. Intersec tion of Stafford Street and Catr Ave nue, and runs thence 85Vs W. 2.46 rhs. to an Iron stake In a ditch: then-e w ith said ditch N. 10 E. 10.54 cits, to the bend of same; thence N". 70 1, W. 2.25 chs. lo Bearskin Creek: thence down and with the various courses, curves and meanders of Bear skin Creek, the creek bolng the line passing the lands of Charley Helms. Baxter Williams, J. H. Flynn and Isham F. Plyler. to a point in the middle of the creek, one locust tree pointer; thence S. 78 W. 2.30 chx. In an Iron slake: thence S.v17?i W. 18.88 rhs. to an iron stake by a sweet gum, and pine; thence West 15 chs. to an iron stake on th East hp nk of n ditch: thence S. U W. 2 92 chs. to the turn In the ditch; thence 8. 16 W. 4.96 chs.: thmice away from the filtrh N. 86 W. 3i chs.; thence S. 4 W. 2.14 chs. to a rtone; thence with the northern Hue of a thirty foot street N. 8C W. 303 ft.: thence 3. 4 W. 3.26 chs. to a stone; thence S. 6 W. 5.60 chs. to the beginning, con taining 47'i acrw. more or less, and being a nart of the lands deeded to Monroe Land Improvement Companv bv T. D. Winchester and wife by deed dated Jt November. 1890. and sur veved bv W'm. McCeulev In December, 1916. This Feb. 24. 1920. . A. B. FAIRLEY, Commissioner. John C. SIKES, Atty. Colds Cause Grip and Influenza LAXATIVE BHOMO CWNIKE Tblrt Krone & cans. Tbei is cntf oot "i?rorTjo Quici-v." E. W. GROVE S Mitotan oo bcz. Ida. the time, while "we," meaning of course, herself and all oilier folks, "have to work six days in the week and from January lo January and meet our expenses all Ihe time." This I infer lo mean that we, the teachers, have no expenses when Ihe school is over and ihat we do not need any thing else. Bui lo the uninformed v ho do not know so much of the blest stale of the teachers as the lady above mentioned I wish to say we are not fed with heavenly manna, neither are we clothed with gar ments that waxeih not. old. We have never struck for higher wages but If w e were lo consider who is going lo look after the up keep of our insurance premiums in order Ihat the undertaker might be saved when we have ceased the work and who is to look after our immediate descendants, why then we might be gin to ask "When?" But we are not martyrs; we love the work and hence we are in It. still we have to eat and wear clothes as other folks and Incidentally we think we ought to have enough to pay for them. I wish to say further, and what I am atying for myself, I am saying for my co-laborers because they are lust a.i Hue to their work as I am to mine and In many rases much more ro. We are not so bad a set of folks after all. as one might think and if only we could have a word of encouragement now and then instead of continued odium and malediction I think we might be better. But it seems the teachers are the common receptacle for the fiisilliade of abuses that begins with the highest officials ind 8top3 not till It reaches Ihe hum blest citizen of the land. For any and 'very wrong In Ihe school the teacher Is to blame. If that apathetic, dia bolical boy who has received no more training in the home than the pigs and the pups, fails lo make good when he comes to school the teacher, recieves the Invert Ion. I thank the Master for John and Ihe He of Palmos. But lor that, we would give up. Blessed be the thought that that large company had : come up through great tribulation ; and friction snd I am assured that ( If being stoned and sown asunder are . signs of ihe blissful slate of ihe re-! deemed beyond, the teacher will, surely be numbered In Ihat happv thnvn S'sier, God has hern good, to you, he has made 4011 eloquent of1 speech, can't you use thai lo scatter sunshine and be a little more eco misfltic and wouldn't that he better?. In love to all. Henry M. Baueom. I iMfr ,ir ,T, '.TTTT m u . B u B B B B B B B V B .1 TO 11 V Polish ; B O-CEDAR MOPS $1.00 to $1.50. O-CEDAR POLISH 23c to $3.00 Size. Johnsons Wax B B For Floors (Paste) For Automobiles (Liquid) ef 4 M B I. Monroe Hardware Co. RETAIL DEPARTMENT. A Mind Reader. J According to Reedy's Mirror, Gen-; ral Perh!ng likes to tell the follow- i Ing story, which all soldiers will .en Joy: . ! I was standing near headquarters lent when I nolicpd that a certain captain who was standing near by "ps accustomed, every time a private sainted him, to answer the salute with military precision, but to follow It up with the words, "The same to you." J Finally I called him over and ask-, ed, "Cantain. whv do you "The same j to vou.' every time you return the; salute of a private?" ! The captain grinned. "It's this way, general: 1 was a private once. mvself. and I know what they ray, under their breath every time they, salute an officer." - I Pay Your Taxes Those failing to pay their taxes by the 16th day of April will have their prop erty advertised for sale. This is fair notice, and tax payers are urged to make settlements at once. JOHN GRIFFITH Sheriff of Union County. The Co. ' CSfcv 2X$. V' Splendid assortments Horses, Mules, Buggies Wagons and Harness. Any day in the year. Blacksmith, Harness and Machine Shops.. ft I 8 f-3 TF 0 1 The SIKES Co.