OCR Interpretation


The Monroe journal. [volume] (Monroe, N.C.) 189?-1965, July 16, 1920, Image 8

Image and text provided by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library, Chapel Hill, NC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn91068476/1920-07-16/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

4
i
i
Dr.nu pagf
EIGHT PAGES
Shipment of Wall Board
JUST
ARRIVED
Fo R. Mcraft
- Mr,
xAfSSvZ.jsAy presents
Cecil B. DeMilley
PRODUCTION
"WHY rHANf?F;
I fill srji- W f
YOUR WIFE?;
Coming to the Strand Wed. and Thurs.
W WW WW UWWW WWW W W W W WWW W WWWVS
j
5 r"V-
. - -
?,-r-
i".: "-tut
s B ; It
1
Km
House
4
COFFEE
Ir.'s: up.n having
White i louse. It's the
countersign for good
coffee costing less than
2 cents per cup, includ
ing cream and sugar.
I nr MiU by nil ;i 1 tinners.
None iM-ltfr at any price.
fO IHES NOT lKIK
He Han Always Kavoretl Vote for
Women.
! Mr. Daniel J. Mahoney. the rhub-
by. pink and white young daughter
"of Governor Cox of Ohio, the Demo
Icralir candidate for President, Iud a
lew terse remarks to make about 'he
convention last nlsht in her ;.irt
menl ui the Fairmont hotel, a
i San Francisco dispatch.
; "That women were narrow, me-' of
t!i-in." said Mrs. Mahoney. ani she
:uMel that she thoiiicht they -sort
n cooked their goose at this coin
i Hut don't yon print that." .iid
tilt- rhtihhv sirl with the Slue
crocheted hat of angora wool a:..i a
.;poti snii of Ian. above which -lie
looked carelessly radiant. "Why n.at
Aiiiioiieiie Funk said the othei iy.
, aher adininislerini: a neat snui to
l ie. 'Mr. McAdoo can tell me more
in a miniiie than your father oo:ld
in a lifetime.'
"My father, as a matter of tact,
lias always been for woman's sufti.i.e.
The women here don't know hun.
j but he is going to start his e.mi
ratcn in the west, so they will know
him. It my father ever took dink
. 1 don't know it. but I think he
! women have acted decidedly narrow
,in the matter, most of them. Father
never has been anything but abstem
ious and he is not for whiskey, only
for beer.
"He thinks." said Mrs. Mahoney.
("that (he working man ought to have
: his niiig of beer. That'a the way
the feels about it. He isn't Interes'ed
I in wine for the rich. In fart, when
! he makes a statement you will .-ee
Ithat he won't talk advocating wine
'at all. only heer for the laborer. hy
j shouldn't be have It?"
I When asked if it were true If Mis.
j Mahoney Is related, on her mother's
'side, the mother being the first Mrs.
Cx, to Mr. Harding, the Repnbli.ail
'nominee, Mr. Mahoney hurried in e
i i'lain.
"No. that's another Harding t.itn
ly. If there is any relationship ii
is so distant that there isn't any '
'racing it. The ll.it'dlnv family t! it
ihe I'm si Mis. t'ox was related 'o.
lived hi Kentucky, but it is not .,
atuih of the Itihlic:i:i nomi -e
slateineiit to that effect would
.o lie itoi,ieil la'er because it Is .in
other family."
Special Noticejr
One cent a word each Insertion,
FOR RENT Four room house with
water and lights. Apply to A. J.
Jowler. Sr.. or T. H. Simpson.
WANTED LUMBER For general
buildini; purMses. T. H. Simpson
FR RENT Two rooms for liKhi
housekeeping. Mrs. Knox Har-
gelt. 5M3 W. Trowel! St.
wwwwvwwwwwwwwvwwwwwx
I.Mle, Kill t.iMxI.
Tht- Literary Itice.-t offers iuch
" ei k a prize of fifty dollars for ilie
'). -t iirL-'utuont in roiupnrt form for
leMter salaries for teachers. The (!
itor of The Repot ter humbly siimir.its
to the editor of The lUuest Ihls liil
of pathos:
"What shape, mndam, was the
liocket-hook you lost ?"
' "Flat, I'm a teacher." Chicago
! Principal's Club Reporter.
FOR SALE--A fresh cow and. two
nice heiters. W. T. Wolfe, Mineral
Springs.
VANTK1 To buy two or three good
milk cows. Write A. H. Home.
Whlteville, N. C.
WANTED A stenographer, one who
ran take dictations and gel out
work with dispatch. -Gordon In
surance k Investment Company.
LET ME QUOTE YOU a price before
you have your Automobile or Bug
gy Top trimmed and painted. We
ran save you money or no charge.
Herman McCall.
FOR SALE The old Commercial ho
tel building, to be removed. Will
sell at a bargain. Mrs. N. G. Russell.
FOR SALE Modern bungalow in
first class shape on East Everette
street. See W. J. Rudge.
VICTOR July records now on sale,
W. J. Rudge Co.
PHONE THE STAR MARKET for
Spring Lamb, as fine as ran be
had. Phone 18.
FOR SALE Liltle Slippers. San
dals and shoes for little feet
they make the children look mighty
sweet. ('rowell's Variety Store.
FOR KENT Two furnished looms,
suitable for liglit housekeeping.
Mrs. Jennie Iloyle.
AUTOMOBILE AND BUGGY TOPS.
Cushions. Backs, etc. We ran save
jou money. Herman McCall. West
of Grlfln's Stables.
WE CARRY a splendid line of bug
gies and wagons and buggy and
wagon harness. Sold on easy terms.
Fowler & Lee.
FOR SALE or trade One new Ford
touring rar with starter: never
been run. One slightly used tour
ing rar with starter, good as new;
and others. I). B. Harrington.
CABINET SHOP I have re-opened
my cabinet shop in the fertilizer
warehouse near the cotton plat
form. Send your old chairs and
furniture for repairs. J. E.
Tresson.
TRY SOME of the Swifts' Premium
ham, slired. Star Market.
SEE THE STINK COMPANY. Char
lotte, N. C. 29 S. Tryon St. They
will pay you rash for your automobiles.
CRAWFORD3 DIGESTINE will re
lieve your Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
etc. Try a bottle. It's guaranteed.
Union Drug Company.
FOR SALE That specially good,
wonderfully delirious Sunny-Gold
Syrup. As sweet as a kiss from a
Sunny Miss at the end of a perfect
day. "Sunny Sunset." Croweil's
Variety Store.
AUTOMOBILE AND BUGGY TOPS,
we make any kind and guarantee
perfect satisfarlion. Fifteen years
experience. Herman McCall.
NYALS STRAW HAT CLEANER
10c a package at Union Drug Co.
IF YOU WANT MEDICINE bad you
want it good. Buy from Union
Drug Company, Phone 221.
FOR SALE Screema from Camp
Green. Back porch srreeus, fifty
rents to 11.50; screens in sturdy
frames. Ta cents to $1.25. Also
window sashes. J. J. Ciow.
NOTICE I have oH-ned up a trim
ming shop next to Griffin's Stables
ami ran make any kind of Auto
mobile and Bugsy Tops. Cushions.
Barks, etr. Fifteen years experi
ence. Herman McCall.
MIAMI WOMAN ADDS HF.lt PRAISE
TO THE ;HI THAT KE-CU-MA
HAS IMINE FOR
NOlTHEItX
PEOPLE
PERMANENTLY ItFI.IEVEl)
OK RHEUMATISM
JUST RECEIVED A new factory
shipment of Rubber Goods such
as Fountain S rinses. Water Bot
tles, Ice Caps. Hygia Nursers, Bath
Caps. Gloves, etc. Let us show you.
Union DrtiK Company.
WE HAVE IT Enough butter paper
to supply Union county, at 35 rents
a porvol Croweil's Variety Store.
FOR SALE One brand new buggy.
one slightly used buugy, and good
horse. Roland Williams.
Mrs. Nora Glass prominent in lodge
circles in Miami is another one who
is glad of a chance to speak a few
words of praise for the great help
she reerived from taking that merit
orious herb and root remedy RE-CU-MA,
which is now enjoying such a
great sale all over the South. She
says, "I suffered a long time with
Rheumatism, with the most terrible
pains in my arms and legs, was so
bad that I would hardly get around
and look after my work, but now
after taking three bottles of RE-CU-MA
it has helped me as no other
, medicine did and I do highly recota
imend it to any one suffering like I
did. It loned up my system and In
creased my weight. KE-CU -MA which
sells for $1.2(1 ran be had at the
Union Drug Company and all good
drtiK stores.
I'O't SALE- -New Ford Touring Car
in good order. Must .) a! out'".
Ab Joseph.
NEW FORD, self starter. Ojih k de-
livtrv. Write T. M. Wiley, Union
ville. X. C.
SAND HILL LAND for sale In
Chesterfield rouniy, S. C, 100 acres
on the AnseltiH & Chesterfield pub
lic road six miles from Anuclu.
Good clay roiid by place. Plenty
of timber to hulld. Saw mill is one
mile of limber. Will sell for $20
per acre, 1-3 cash, balnnce on lime.
Also 80 acres near the 100 acre
tract. W. N. Lee or W. B. Smith.
'FECIAL JULY SALE on Job lot of
Trusses. All fitted by an expert.
-- Union Di iig Company.
1 AM PREPARED to grind Wheat for
one-tenth. Mill is in good shape.
- Lee & Griffin. Monroe Route 1.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS Ac
curacy. Courtesy and Promptness,
our motto. Union Drug Co.
CHAMPIONSHIP
BASE BALL
Monday and Tuesday
July l mil mid U'uli, twin.
AT
Roberts Park, Monroe, N. C.
The Famous Pond Giants
of Winston-Salem
Against
FOR SALE 60 H. P. Steam Engine rrup MfWROE AU.STAR4?
in good condition Lee A Griffln.lne iMUivU' AL-LlAttd
Monroe Route 1. All Previous Dates Cmirelleil.
FOR SALE One Chevrolet roadster,
equipped wiih tires, Bulck top, and
in excellent tunning condition.
Bargain for quick buyer. Cash or
good note. W. B. Brown, Gordon
Insurance Office,
4
A litem
a i ii f ii ii it ii it i
GlJV.D
5
Inn
TP
I
8
FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS, BEGINNING TODAY, WE
WILL SELL
TIRES and TUBES
AT
cent
Reduction
WE HAVE LARGE STOCK OF FORD SIZES.
WE ALSQ HAVE THE FOLLOWING CASINGS IN STOCK
THAT WE QUOTE AT LESS MONEY THAN THEY COST
US. ALL NEW GOODS AND NO SECONDS:
4-;J6x4ioSILVERTOWN CORD .
4-;?lx4 DIAMOND Nonskid
3-152x4 GOODRICH Nonskid ..
2-152x4 GOODYEAR All Weather Tread .
-114x4 McGRAW Plain (5)
2-J54x4
434x4
Goodrich Nonskid
McGRAW Nonskid J
51x4 McGRAW Plain
450.00
..$22.00
423.50
. $24.50
$26.50
$28.50
$27.50
$22.00
T7 T?TT
I ! sf I IV4
11 MID
SSKES
C0MPAHY
TUESDAY. JULY 1:1, 190.

xml | txt