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THE MONTtQg JOrRXAL. TTE.gDT. MARCH 30. is;n. BARGAINS! :: BARGAINS! cri CUToMEy A.yvi .1? AM ! II Bargains ! Ijp at the 5 6 10c Store Pill "DOLLAR DA Y. THURSDAY, APRIL 1. It, 0f INT U 1 From our large stock of small household necessities, and home furnishings we havs selected a very few ar ticles in this advertisement to demonstrate to you the wonderful offerings of our store ''Dollar Day." This is a great opportunity for the thrifty shopper. Bring this ad. with you. 1.1 nui Air Flout Tulc for .. $I.imi 5 phus. 2.V CotnateN Tooth TnMe ami Oho kmmI Tooth lii usli (or .... $tM 10 rniw Colunte's ami Hancock's Tal- ruin I'.ivuk-r, the remilar 20 mils for yi.00 5 runs Mavis IMudcr r i Kl.oo ;I Hoxc r :l.V Box aK'r. or a boxes of Hiiiinl Pnier ami I.V pocknse or linulopes for $!.) lit Boxes Hahy Elite Shoe Polish ''' Ipl.OO 12 rakes of either I'alm Olive, Coleo, Turklsli I tilth, Cashmere Itoiiquol, WUilo Final inn, .leixens, AIImiiiiwI Soap for SI.OO irt l akes I aiimlry Soap for . . )ji1.oi i la-is (ice-do Soap SI. (Ill J.inlliiicie for $1.(10 , $1.00 I'ans $1.00 0 l.auiiM $I.OO 2rw Emiiml liiHr, 2.V Enamel Wash Tan, 7."e Knainel lluekel, ii.V Biscuit Pan for $1.00 One ;l.-e Milk Pitcher, ami one H.1o. Milk Pitcher for $1.00 One sel of $l..- Cups ami Saucers '" $1.00 One 2.V I'laller, one 25c Howl, one 25c linker, one covered Englishman' Under Dish ll for $.oo 20 Talile Tiimlilers for $1.00 Children's 15c While Hose, lo pair $1.00 I'liil.lit' it's ;I.V Sin ks, 4 pair for $1.00 l.iulles Ian, lilue anil Mark 25e Hose, H' ! $1.00 Blue Mini (rochet Thread in colors, 21 halls lor . . . , ' $1.00 50e Mm I Hair Bow Kililsm, ; jards JSI.Oo 50c Windsor Tics, :5 for ...... $.o;i 25c Wash Ties, 8 for $.no lUwiIar 40c per lb. ''renin Outer Chocolate Candy, 4 His. for . . . $l.0O 25 OKI-' OX ALL HATS. 0:ie Lot new VhI l-ace, :$ yards to bolt, regular 5r yd., 1 bolt for $1.00 .10 yds. (loreil .are Kih;e .. $1.00 ;',5c and 50c Crepe de ('hone Haml ki'it hlcl's, 2 of each for $1.00 AUSTIN & CLONTZ, Five and Ten Cents Store, "Where Every Little Bit Counts." IV til . 51 N 1 $2.011 1'asM'iiile for . . $1.25 Aluminum Sauce $1. M Mi 47 SIXTEEN" PACES TAR HEEL WOMIX WANTKD Til (TICK THE I'lSESlDEXT Special Notices Jne wot word each insertion RINSO WASHING POWDER Vou don't have to rub or boil. Jut let the dirty clothes road over night. They'll be dean the next morning Price 10 cenis a cake. Gulledpe Snyder. FOR SALE Pony and be?y, ney Yandle. North Monroe. -Sid- She Tried to Sre Htau. But Was He nie.1 Admission t'Uinis site Can t t Hun to Make Tliinl Term IU-e. A Washington dixiatch of March lia nijk: Essaying the dual robe of psjctioiiathologujt and world paci Mr. Myrtle Wooten. of Wiustou Salem. whose arrival u noted In this correspondence last inkhl. to-day ak-.i ine orlh Carolina mMiiirs and Major Charle M. Stediiuiii to ar- raiif.r ir her an audience with I'rea iK''ii Wilson. "Arn.ed with leitere of iiU niilica-! uui. irom Fuch irouiiieut Wiusion-; Saluu iH-ople as X. L. I raiuord, for-; mei i(!d:sher of The Wiiisli ii-Sali ni : Jot iual u.id W. M. H.-niln ii. of l lie la iina of M.aily. Heiidn-n und!l! W uaiMe, Mrs. Woolen, proiiuiincins; j t; ufi name nit v in-ion lolit S.cri-iai u s Haiiinuiii mid Martin Hi.n sue was app.j:l,iiK to (ieri only bec.iti.-e she diu inn unit lo appear discourteous. " "I liiive had a Kter. deal of cor ros i.iHtiiiK with Hie Pividdom," said Mrs Woolen, "and 1 am sure he would not d iij me ai uiidit nce. I idid iiut waul lo go over the ht-:ds of my srnalots. il.outh. to Let In seei hin' '" PASTl'RK FOR CATTLK - One of the wlu-n asked about the above Mr. pastures in the county at the Ilcii.ii. n slated that he did not know disposal of vour ratile. rhnnr. s FOR SALE A one 'on Ford truck: worm drive; in sood Fhai.- V. II. Thomas. Man hews. N';j. I. wa.ti;i I i. 1 1 nr. WANTED Four good hands at )CS per uionth; garden truck patch and good house furnished free or will rent good land as the Slate affords; 12u pounds fertilizer, 3uu pounds soda per acre for cotton. The land is al mo:. I ready for plaining. Near lon, Hrhoul and church; daily mail; public road: no chill or boll weevil. Home Laud Co., Dunn, N. C. FOR SALL" Just received car No. 1 Timothy hay. Monrov Ice t Fuel Coiupaii). FOR KKNT--House on K;ist Wiiid sor Mret' t. M. II. l;ioii;:n!s,u or P. H. Jl'hllSOII. in Miod shi pe. .iiu Ph iter. A second-Lain! liduii: eel MM be ;,;e v iuM tnd;JtST RKt'KlVKl) Hit M- !,;, ai once. - I Til-l' McCall. line of bulijr SKLL UAS from ihe n;i! visi ble" fleet ,-!c.tM) il riven "yim s-e what you f(! aiu Let all vou .;.y for" Rasoliiie siaiicii in town. Sun da;.s tc( (.i church hours, cieninp? Iimil eleven. Vou do not have to watt! '"Retier piTvice" is our rini to. Mobile and I'l.'.iiine oils Mcdliii Auto Repair Co., near Five Points Grocery Co., FOR SALi: house on luihis ;hh hail. or Kent St-vei:-rooi:i Park Avenue. K!ii!-i i iy water. W. L. I'.-.ri- KlNiiS-. Krr Cairn. description at J! tne mission oa which Jhs. Woolen went to Washiticion; that she asked him for a letter of introduction and that he had complied by aildi-essinp a len.r lo Mr. Frank Hampton, pre sent ins the bearer as a former resi dent of Reidsville now of Winstou- ;Saleni. The Washington correspondenl stales that Mrs. Wooten is convinced that she r;-n give President Wilson information that will Rive him health and make it possible for him to stand for a third term as President. CHOP VALl'KS PKK WORKKU 7 KiKlit Hundred Tueiity-i:ii;ht iMdlars Per Kami Worker is the Average for North t'avdinu in l!)ll South Carolina Only Soutberii Stale Ahead. . (X. C. News Letter.) Kip!n hundred tweuty-eiKht dollars per (arm worker. This Is the cross wealth in crop values at farm prices produced by the uver.me farm worker in North Caro lina in . (n this basis of comparison 1'.) I states stood ahead of us. South Car olina is the only other Southern sla.e that stood above us. j Our in i-vviiiker average of $828 is ' luni'c three times the average ,uf ten years ago $ S2 8 against $23t). The increase is due to our Immensely greater acreage in tobacco, mid the .current high price levels of boih cot ton and tobacco the two crops that produced two-thirds of our crop i wealth last year. j In oilier words, the average ir.rs i ;tip income in North Carolina in I!ll! was close lo $2.riOH per ur::i ifamilj. It war. below this average, of coui'i-e in the grain, hay, and for Hgn counties; but it was above it far above i! in our 27 cotton coun ties, and it was highest In t he 2 f comities thai produced I he bulk of our tobacco. 1'ere uie fundamental facts thai explain why farm tenants white and black ure swarming out of the Pied- i niont counties the whites into the 'mill villages, and the negroes Into the i nearby towns or out of (he state Into I the North and West. I In these grain, hay nm) forage counties farm owners, for lack of la Mior, will be forced to go Into expnn lsie food and livestock farming with increased horse and machine power .as in Kansas or Iowa, say, or they j must reduce their fiirms to the familv siw demanded by primitive hand-tool farming and -soli olT or turn out the biilance of their land to hroonisedge. black-jacks and scrub pines, It Is Ilt'lison's choice. Tenants of both races are fairly well content in the cotton and lohnc o bell, as things now are, because they are handling more money than 'hex ever saw before. They are In d'cd having the lime of their lives Im the cotton and tobacco counties. For instance, the finest motor car we saw in Scotland county hist fall be longed to a negro tenant fanner. An ton, chiles In farm tenancy areas In Nnrt! Carolina ure getting to be ns plentiful as blackberries. 11.75 to $2.nn per iiioinh Mrs J. W. Hov.ey, Wax haw, R. F. D. 4 FOR RF.NT The Voungblood place' four and one-half miles from town, j a two-horse farm with fifty-four j acres in cultivation. Hood house! ami barn. See Mrs. K. F. Garland at Mrs. Gils Hon on 's WATCHES. Watches, Watches Full line at McCall's. FOR SALE Old creamery building J. Frank Williams. FOR SALE I am booking orders Toi the genuine Porto Rico potato plants. See tne at the Cooperative Meicantile Co. T. C. Haigler. Mi CALL has new Lno of jewelry. DR. H. SMITH. Eye-Sight Specialist, will be out of town for awhile af ter April Jst. Come now, have your eyes examined, glasses flitted. CAMEO HROOCHKS Full Liu kt MfCull'H. FOR A MIVICAL INSTRTMENT to to HoIlawn's, Monroe. . C. FOR SALE Ford cars, new and re built. We also carry in stock Ford roadster, touring and sport bodies. We do high grade painting and top building on all makes. Pavne's Auto Works. Charlotte's Reliable Car Market, 26 East Cth Street- Charlotte, N. C. CYLINDER R ER0IEING We noir have as part of our Ford repair tools the best tool made for this, work. Doe a factory job. Gives you more power and mileage to bore your cylinders, the right war and best way. If they need it.. Stop that oil Veak and greasy plugs. Give us your next job and get it done with the best tool. Come in. and let us show you why. Coble's Cash Oarage. FOR SERVICE Redwine Keiituckv jack at Frank Fowler's barn, at j Houston's station live mileB west, of here. Fee Foal gtiarau-I teed. Weight 1100 pounds. Wil-1 I la in Fowler. Jl'ST RECEIVED Line Waterman' Ideal fountain pens, sell-tillers, 2 each. McCall, Jeweler. WE HAVE opened tip a new aikel at No. 8 South Main Street mid named it The Star Market. Mr. ' W. J. Walters, one of the .iliiest market men in the city, will he in charge, assisted by Mr. A. M. L"e, who will be glad to serve theirci's and friends, and Mr. W. E. run derburk, with his cattle expeiien. e, will endeavor to keep them sup plied with the best meats possible from this section and western. North Carolina. We will carry full line tif everything that is kert in a first class market, and ask for a share of your trade. Phone No. 18S. The Star Market. PIANOS, PIANOS We have a house Cl'T GLAS.S at McCall's full of the latest models. way's Music House. -Holla- i. HOUSE FOR SALE -House and lot on South Stewart street. See Toni Rossi. FOR SALE Six-room house on Houston street; all modem conven iences water lights and sewerage largo linck lot; on paved id reel Fowler & Lee. SIMMONS guaranteed at McCall's. watch chains FOR 2 YOU CAN GET a 12.75 Wa terman Ideal fountain pen, self-filler, at McCall's. FOR SALE 5-room dwelling on Talleyrand Avenue. Possession at once.- Monroe Insurance and In vestment Co.. G. IJ. Caldwell. SILVERWARE at McCall's. PHONOGRAPHS A car of new onet just arrived. Hollaway's Muslf House. DARDANELLA The new dance rec ord In four different styles. Hollo way's Music House. SAVE MONEY by buying your Wa terman Meal fountain pen fron. McCall. $2.75 value for $2. MEET YOUR FRIENDS at Simpson' drug store and Join our circulating Library. FOlt SALE The Arey phice near ("ta ble's mill. 4 tiiibs frm.i 0::l,!iort. 182 acres; 40n.(i0rt feet of timber. Place lies well; two ton:' lit Iioiisps. This place is going at once. R. F. Price. Dr. Edward J. Williams PHYSICIAN- AXU SURGEON The late Dr. Eubank' Eesldenct s(y) WANTED Four or five hundred cords pine woml, preen nr dry. Iremorloe Cotton Mills Co. IfTMK' Veteran: "When I was in the army, j lad. t-oldierinR was soldiering." I ! Private: "Yes, but I was at I?rest, ' wiie re soldiering was sailoring. " j Wanted M-c owie We are always in the market foi Iron, nieial of all kinds, hones, paper, etc. Open every day. Monroe Iron & Metal Co. Near Freight Depot. No Worms I,1 a Healthy Child All ehllj n trwHH vfth mini have an on braltbr color, wliirh Induatr poor t.kmd, and (f ( Mile, Ihcre It mow or kM mtb -h Uit9rhan GROVE STA-SmFiS chiil loNiCi"lveoieulartj for two of ltrt wwki UI nrlh las bon.l, Im trove the ditfretlon. Kntl actat CtiM-mlf rmitli- min Tor.lc to tn bo)e f tm. Natu'e rlll thc urow oil or dlipri the wnrrr.t, 8 iwt tMilth Pvvunr lo Ih KI.SXTIUCAL COXTUACTOR Tl.e ypart of satisfactory work that we have done tor the people of Monroe la the best recommend ation for any one seeking an elec trical contract. We solicit yours on the basis of this reputation. ! THE BOWELS . Use Gentle Remedy to End Constipation i .ivsicr. ,i " '.i i.v hi i T'iv,' .'y.vl t.'jcir way tl-.r .v,t!i tho ton 5;f !. U-:-tsnf.l llle:r.br.-.r.ft. li!;cso : v:ch ?.-, : 'i':i.lc, i"!:cy kati t!:o body, true, fcac ".t y d it much h.-.rm. (K.ur lax.T.Ivc; are hatlt .V.rrr.'nr. Or; .1 ti."? bo.vcla Imw tr) the:n. thrv will er..sv'cr to h. :thcr ci). Dan't c. rfait "laxative habit" Sbin's Relief Tablofcj r.re as gentle n3 nature, ihcy din't light the bo?.vl.-s. bu". easily and pcinlestly cause thj n t iper.'cr.-n their n-tursl fune liuna. They ferr.i no halite Theyr.-iil ev.n release those now In t!;n t.iil rf h.i j t i:m.:ir; p':ytc3. Contipe'.ii-.n, Be glad to give as take. Adams. B. C. REDFEARN nENTIST. Office over Heath-MorrowjltmSid 7' company. , i Phone 232. Monroe, N.C) Would .Not Knt an Acitiiiin(iince. Anions well-known London hont i'sms. Lady t5!. Ilelier better known, prrluips, as Lady Jeune has been famous for bringing to her social f unci ioiiH individuals not usually met in ,'iiclety, and Interest in oftentimes for snme quite extra-ordinary reason. In nne of her books of recollections l.ailv Dorothy Nevill tells one of the leair- ar.iusins stories of the widely divr'i.'ent, types of utiesis who assem bled nt Lady Jeune's house. n explorer who hnd penetrated Into a particularly wild and hostile region, havliiK been raptured hy its sava::e ana cannllial innanuaiiis, was tminid to a tree, preparatory to boiiip roasted and eaten. V this critical moiiieni the cannibal chhf appeared and. seetne the unfor- tuni'ie explorer, addressed in tair Knclish. "I knov; your fr.ee. sir." he said. "We have met at my friend. Ladv Jeime's Po. instead of diniim off vou. I shall ask vou to dine with me and tell me all the London new." FOR SALK The Frank Thompson dwcllinc, 10 rooms, all conven iences. Monroe Insur'no" and Inv estmeiit Co., G. B. C..'-: ".ell. LONFLY BATCUHLOrt CIP.L. worth ?3u(MM.'o, wishes to hear rvoin hon ora'ile peutleman tinder 00. Ob-ji-ct matrimony. Write Mrs. Hill 14 East 6th St., Jacksonville, Flu. TWO DOLLARS KACH Waterman' self-filliiiK fountain pen.i nf McCall's. 's'ifm Iv:r. iicrry "Mr, Boscul Coffin Ihrr. Notice my chaff vest rhowing in front 1 "When my coat in cracked open by thn Hnscul process iik.e thi FOR SALK Five or six 'lead oi horses and mules. T. J. Price Monroe Pottlinp Works. WK IIAVK what elry -McCnll. you want in Jew- Wcnurrn I.Htig lletil Piece of False Teeth. Si'i- ;eom at a Roanoke hesnital re cently announced that tin operation on a woman revealed innt a nan ice of plnte from false teeth, lodped :he bane of one of her Inn its, had caused the patient to suffe- from what doctors for seven years had be lieved was titherculosis. The sur- tteons declared that the woman show ed an Improvement Immediately fol lowing the operation. FAIRBANKS - MORSE oil engines; Corn Mills. Feed Crinders, Sliinck Mllls. Wood Split Pulleys, Rubber Bellini:. Farm Listing Out fits. Lei us quote yoti. Luniiints Machinery Company. Spartanburg, S. C. FOR RL'NTTwr- iinfttrnished rnoiun rooms for Hsht house-keeping. Thone !3-J. SPKCIAI Only a few cans left of Alaca Brand Syrun. "Its Merit Is ' ii.-ii iciis. at in cents a can. the Variety Store, A product of business experience. s FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rico po tato plant?. Bo--'- orders now for April and May deliverv. Cash must ncconnanv order: 12.50 a thous.ind s. .Xi. Knight, Monroe Route 1. much r-ir.-,-s.iiost : -i'v'l by The floaa Pnvlucta i Factory w-rcut, Derby, Conn. Long-haired crank: "Do you be- 'eve In Bolshevism, inv friend." Gen tleman with cane: "Absolutely not." Long-haired crank: "You capitalist you " Gentleman with cane: "Capitalist nothing. I'm a barber." r OR SALE Nice Spanish Jack. 7 years old. or will exchanee for oth er stork. Fine record. W. It. Fenderburk. Route 8, Monroe. FOR SALE 100 bushelx Wannamak er cotton seed at tl.BO per hushel. Must be sold at once. W. W. Ptis rer, t'nlonvllle. Route 2. FOR SALE 700.000 fo 800.000 feet of second growth old field pine tim ber about three miles from Crow hurk. W. R. Funderburk, Route 8, Monroe. "My vest ot worth ess chaff falls out like thif -w... V .."Also the bitter tan nin it contains. bo You get only the gcod part of the berry fra grant, wholesome, de liciousl Let's get ac quainted today I" In tin anit scuort enrfons only. Sever in bulk. 7,'m.S.Sc'jl! Co. Crundcn, N. 1 It, s . Hit h- L I l ri;, .!t;v?ay7f. HOWAHD BOUE, W-pmlMn.