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THE MOTROE JorVLVkU TUESDAY. Al'GrST If, IMA. " 4 'I . i ,4 i i S J I J V j '4 4w?an Crimson EIGHT PlGBl Clow Better Buv Now Headqu&rters fo Seed F. B. ASHCRAFT We Stand for Quality LOCAL INTELLIGENCE ifonum areater part of the nert return will be in court until the ad- jtwo weeks. Journuient of toe legislature." Latest Happenings In and' R,s2n" ,u t,revrins Vut in houlf !r.Ls,wr-f ff! ' a "drive lnM Ailing station at his new noue in the western part of town ArOlind Monroe. Karaite lu front of the postoffice. It Saturday afternoon and did consider- 1 will be so arranged that instead of ' aaniage to me roor and chimney. Mr. A. C. Penegar has returned having to bark up or out. you simply There will be a family reunion at from Charlotte where he took ho-.arive around the garage, entering on the home of Mrs. V. J. Dees August iul treatment for two weeks. j either bide. 14. The public is cordially invited Rev. Willis Melton will preach at j Mr. Jack Stewart, a well-known come and bring well filled ba-kets. Midway Methodist church Sunday citizen of I! u ford township, died S.it- There will be music too. uight, at 7:30. .urday night at his home near Allan The population of Union county Mr. John Davis and Miss Glennie from the effects of a stroke of paraly- has Increased 2.752. or a small fiuc- Alontgomery were married Sunday at sis which he had about two-weeks lion over 8 per cent, in the last ten the home of the officiating magi- ago. Funeral services were held Min trate, Esq,. S. A. lleluis. day at 2 o'clock, and Interment was Mr. Ztb Medlin and Mis. Lela I he Sandy Ridge cemetery. The Small, both of Monroe town.!iip ei-e ' loeasei is survived by his wife, and several cnii.Men. The iia-r anl four numbers of Special Notice On cent a wort each Insertion. a Ks. S. Demon years, according to a census report. In 1310 the population of the county w as 33.27". and this year it Is 36.029. A picnic will be held at Stewart's mill Saturday. August 21. and evi-iy- liodv is iuvised to be present with tae hoard ot aldermen h iu-reeit to nulled baskets. Uts:dfs U..:::er resisn provide I a siri;L;i-l form of and speeches, lior.se races, swimming the commission p;iu oi government coines!;-. and treasv-pole eliinh'.iijt is passed for .Monnv at the special v. ill tie held in the afternoon. - . I l ...i. i;.l. 1. M-ssioii o. i.ii- ieK:sii..i.-. nun A protracted meeting will b.i i at ,iioh nom;ng ior .1 ill i,.m r.n. uitikh ing to Ma: or J- C Sikes. "Why not,' hi id effect the asks the in i r. r.Hii.ivi'r fo: m Monroe at once and will do it if a Mil is prepared and : passed to this effect. I have asked four members of th. board and they rtiilaiielphu church Sundav a: 11 o'clock; lo service daily, with din ner ou the ground.' tae The pa-.;o'- will W. A. Sun !. of public is coii.alIy Untied in nun r.a'.e San.lav hy T. H hits at his home in Hu.liis. All interested are re.j':estl to uioit ;;i the Smith eenuery in Lunes Cret-k township. Thursday num. hi.;. Aug. 19, for Uie pur.'Ose i.f .l-uuing X t!.t trou nd. !r. Jesse II- lins. wtio has iee;i in the miploy of Heath-Morrow Co. for some time, has been unanimously thcted niht patrolman at a salary of fl25.no pt'r moiiih by the board of aldermen. Mr. Hngn H. Winchester ser;:eaui a;;ive t0 resn and 1 beii.- -he oth-' of Louisville. Ky. police force, is eT ,wo j am ,t-t. for Ala- spenuing some time witn nis tatn- hama and will not be back in lime to er, Esi. John H. Winchester. Mr. ml,h ,his m,,r, t(u, am for it. I Winchester is the inventor of a very 'suvgwt ,.,, X1 hjVl, all ,he boari simile, but effective appliance for i ,, ...-.i,,- , locking automobiles which h expects, "i. hold nn election abourthe mitldle m"rl' I-Provd . lo nave on tne luarKet soon. r c, ,.i - n:ivnr m! three At a meeting of the democratic ex- Messrs. W. J. Hudson, Randolph aldermen and let t'.iem go into offloe ifuiive committee of the seventh con- McLarty, Frank Fairley. C. It. Ad- October 1st. In this wav we can cet gressional district at W adesboro on runs. J. V. Laney. T. C. S:itilh. J. A. (what tbe people seem to want now. ; Atuust 10th, Mr. Johu C. Sikes was Oo'o-las. C. It. I!at den. J. I.. F.ver- I nm not nM. v-J.' vr -nine nf H-.p tro-' dected ( hiirman. As such he Ul evesie ami John C. Sikes. toeetheri pnied chu-ie'-s but this is (he one real ti'reet nanapement of the cam 'viih a large ueiegain'i ot COME AT ONCE and get ten plugs of good thirty cents tobacco fori fl.Otf riyler. Funderburk k Co. .OTIl Kit U a vkaatkM of the laws f the SUte of North Carolina to make any kind of repair, remove or erect any kind of a building In the l ily of Monroe without a per mil. These penults ran only be Issued by U. U. ( AldHell, Building ulerior. SUGAR FOIl SALE Good farm cloae in. De sirable home. Sam D. r! 1ms. p-it ot e.m,-pv.cim ior 5e a.i,., by Kev I Tiint 13 resign, rhnrl.nu invited. In response lo a messaje ni'ins that hr daughter. Mrs. E. J. Ed wards was dangerously ill, Mrs. J F. Corre'l left last Friday for Ausii- Rto:i. Ala. She was arcomuanii 1 by her son, Mr. W. C. Corrrell who re turned es!erday. Mrs. Edwards is imesses fur i all Ihe way Irom New York to .V'W Orleans are in Annislon, Ala., ttii week ai'eiHiing the trial of I. II Middle and others in ilu famous coi'on fraud cases. The case will FOR SALE FARMS lof .Mt-rcs, ' n.i!i's fnun Winnto, : l-'J inilcs i'lcni M.-irsiivil!;', ui Iivlaml ami White Stn' rti.itls, 8D arivs in cultivation, lialamv in original foi-fst tiiiilif-r, niuili'i'ii scvcn-rooiu tlwfllinu:, nin' tenant house with hams jmhI tuitliuiltlins, tw piml wi lls, 1 niil.. tn Taulks srliMl ami churi'h, stnuii' day soil with plenty of rich bottom lands, ti" this farm before vou buv. oil acres, two miles from rnionville, ;." acres iu cultivation, 20 acres in pine ami oak timber, i;imk1 four room house with small barn, good water supply well, spring and branch, line bottom lands ami pasture. Uargain for Hiick sale. YM acres 2 1-2 miles north east of Monroe on Olive lranch road. 7." acres in cultivation, 2 good houses; good pasture and water. Easy terms. 1(H) acres, 4 miles east of Monroe on Wades-boro-Pageland road. 80 acres in cultivation; 9 acres in timber, balance in pasture. New 8 room dwelling; Delco lights; 2 large barns; .I tenant houses; store building. School and church within one-fourth mile. This farm is in high state of cul tivation and fine community. 210 acres, : 1-2 miles from Waxhaw. 100 acres in cultivation; 2 tenant houses; good well and spring; P0 acres in pasture under wire; line cotton lands and plenty of wood- This is a bargain. 80 acres on new highway, 2 miles from Wax haw; ,V) acres in cultivation; 20 acres in pasture; plenty of cordwood; 4 room house; barns and line well. The best laml in this section. ."(i acres on Willouuhby road. I miles from Monroe. HO acres in cultivation, balance in pas ture under wire; line spring and well; plenty of cordwood; bottom land and orchard; G room dwelling; barn, garage, store and tenant house; land is equally divided by public road- .'7 1-2 acres at Stouts, 7 miles from Monroe, near graded school and church; .-) acres in 'culti vation; 4 acres of line meadow; o room dwelling; 4 room tenant house; granary. Fine sandy loom soil in high state of culrivation and price very reasonable. 70 acres near Wilmington-Charlotte highway, (J miles from Monroe. P,." acres in cultivation; 7 acres fenced for pasture with spring and running water; line young orchard, apples, peaches, pears and cherries; 1 mile to church and school; 3 room house; new barn; cotton house; good well." This is goi-d strong land that makes more than a bale of cotton to the acre and is priced low for quick sale. 115 acres abifcit 2 miles from Unionville. 83 aires in cultivation; balance in pasture; 1-4 mil lion feet of timber; good five room dwelling; one tenant house nd good barns; five good wells and branrli. This land pmduees heavily and is one of the finest farms in this section. , . . PINNIX REALTY CO. LAW BLDO. ' PHONE 493. WE SPECIALIZE IN FARM LANDS, x chinire that will mean something for I'Hibii. to a considerable extent, of the Monroe in inv opinion and d"erve democratic nomiree for Conre . Mr. serious thontht. I woulj !ik lo m e , William Cicero ll immer. th Chaml- t of Commerce tike thisi The North Carotin general .-is. in imtiier up an l pu.-h it through. I hly will not iv.tiiy the worn in suf wnuld be gl.ul to assist but ttpn.i my fraue ami'n.lnuM.t, according to itep- I resenlatlve II. 1$. Uedwine, who .-pea) ! t he weik-end here with his fi.wily The opposition, he says, com li.it.-s mo pain :vllx unts. .mi1. Keciwlii" is on of the s'.emclu'st opponcn:.- of huTiv.to in this state. In Ralet'a h is known as "the yielder-to-po ie." Mr. Ketlv. i ;e l ef.irne,! to I.i!. i-!i Mnni'in t'.o' niicr. Two oilier amendment. In addiMnn to those uiven in the la;d -s " of TI.e Joiirn .1. h.ive been incorpoi a'-' l in Mr. tied wine's road bill. One pro vides that no contractor can remove top soil off the lnixl:; of unv fjirt f-r j withu'it the written coment of the ihaiiiinti ot tae road coiumiM-on and the o'her c'lls fir flic publ'd tion of an Itemized statement, show- inir not only the - amount nan! lo laborers, hut Jlie time ami place th -y worWed. FOUND Automobile license number. Owner can pet Mine by describing and paying for this adv. The Journal. Unlimited amounts at 25c per pound all this week. m roll SALE Ford touring car. B. J. Clontt. near Brief. FOR SALE Two sliRhtly ued Ford tonrinff cars. Cash or sood paper. 1). li. Harrington. , tuii Kr..M Civ SALE Fifty cre of koo land nt Frospect. Good water and pasture and buildings. Miss Lessie Flyer, Mineral Springs, N. C. Route 1, AUTO TRANSFER For quick trips see A. F. Helms. Just below city nre station. Careful driver. "We Save You Money I T. C. Lee & Son ! GENERAL MERCHANDISE 5 COUNTRY PRODUCE FERTILIZERS PHONE 356. FOR RENT To, thre or four horse farms, with or without stock. Coo 1 fresh land. Tlenty winter work Sam D. Helms. LOST Saturday 14. 1 Ford exhaust pine between Tindal place and Waxhaw. Return to Journal of-1 fice and receive reward. O. C. Laney. COURT CALENDAR ( OHM r.Ul.MAR-l NION' SI TERIOR COVET AV(;i ST TERM, 1920 kou SALE My house and lot on South Collece street. Mrs. J. A. Pate. McKI.ROT, Jndw NOTK'F.. The Monroe Insurance I InvesiiiM'iit t'ooimny have moved tlielr ofTlce lonimrnril,v into the buildinc next iloor to the Rank of I n ion on Franklin street occupied hy the lleulh i'tton Couiiany, CmII Idioms I IN 181) & 81) ti. 11. t'uldnell, MannKer, CopiM-rlieiul Snakes in Oimtoii. I Copperhead snakes are more or less iplentiiul In the Union section of Gas lion county, N. C, uccoi-ding to the , Union correspondent of the Ga.donli Gazette who writes that newspaper: I "One of the most prominent farm er in thi.i station of the couniy told some stories about copperhead snakes e few day ajto nt one of the picnics. He says que night lately his son came home and drove his car In Ihe garapa. In the morning he went out to the ear;iee to see fome little thing about the car .when chancing to look down, he saw an anry cooperhead colled and about to spring at him. He was Just in time to Jump back. He got a stick and killed it. when he found that the car had run over its tail and Imprisoned It. It was a larce speci men and had perhaps been coiled and tingry nil night. He said that some ears ago he was bitten by a copper head, on his foot, and being near a str-wiu, his brother railed to him to jump In. He made the foot bleed well and Jumping in, washed the poi son out so much by wading that he had little bnd effect from it. One of his son-, had also been bitten ou the ai '.de, but, by lying two ligatures, one In low nnd one. above the knee, he saved the boy's life. There had been another experience in the family of the bi'e of a copperhead, one that tcriiiliiBted fatally. Veits aco one of the ladies of Hie family had been out In ihe fields or woods, some dis ;ncn f;-oin ihe house, when she was bitten on her hand or nrm it must have been the left arm. She strug gled to gel to the hn.ise, hut the pois on had reached her lieai , m-d she fell on the porch, and died 'ulhinst Immediately." To-ilny. Ild you win or full ycMerfiay? Hope you won; sorry If you failed. Rut. no n.a'ter. yesterday Is as dead Julius Caesar, and we are wisely admonished to "let the d--?ad past bury its dead." The great concern Is In-day. It is h'-re In all Its fullness, all Its glory, all its opportunity, all Its lire for live men to aike p.dvnntace of In caring for am! coding lo their business, which is their source of Income, their bread and bnOcr anil whole living. To-dsy Is Ihe lime to use every mince of steam, open wl1 the throttle of vonr energies and produce results. To-dav lj the day of rtnyps to coniclii'h th'ngs. lnree things. "Go to it" and accomplish, everybody! Exchange. ' I.Mng m Want. ' Bide Dudley, the playwright.- has an acquaintance who has a reputa tion for Inability to hold a Job. Dud ley inet his friend on Broadway the other day and was unable to get out of the way before being discovered. He noted, though, that the man was well dressed and apparently pros perous. , "Look as If yon were managing to eat regularly." he said lo the friend. "What are you doing now?" ! "Say." replied the friend. "I' got me an outside Job with one of them European relief committees and I'm rolng good. I'll eat three squares a day Just i long as there's a Euro pean starving." , 1 R.H.Garren,M.D. IViictire Limited to Treatment of IiMease of, F.YK. FAR, THROAT AND NOKK. Office Over THK CXIOX DRUG COMPANY. PHO.N'R 238. SEE Burning Daylight Willi un AIJi STAR CAST Iik hiding Mitchell Lewis Maslcr novel of the Ice-bound North by Jack London Produced by C. K. NIIVKTLKFF, Inc. Directed by l llWAUD SLOMAN STRAND THEATRE THURSDAY. No, No. No. No. 106- S P & C. 107 S P & C. 112-Sikes 115-T F L... Holmes s, Edwards Silverware PA Jamestown A pure co lonial shape, finished in Lustre . Gray and enriched by a pleas ing deco ration. ri Stop in and see this new pattern for saJ by rhe W. J. Rudge Company, momy, Ana st ss, i!;o. No. 120 Love.. Kob-rt Carrls vs Lou C.arrls No. Ill S. D. Brooks F.thel Stegall vs Fred Ptecall Love No. 128 S. D.-S. P. & C Ollie F.dwards s J. U Edwards F. W. A. No. 135 S. D. Love K. Z. Grithn vs Hush Griffin No. 21 F. W. A.. 8. & P... J. Frank Little vs M. C. Holmes ..J. C. B.. M. A 4V ; No. 27 M A & V J.T. Shute vs J. K. Shut? (protest) 8 P & C. L No. 38 M A & V J. D. Brooks vs W. M. Matthews S P & C I No. 50 M A & V Puritan Mfg. Co.. vs W. C. Clout & Co Ixve No. 62-S P & C J. W. Griffin vs H. M. Mullis M A & V, Llm. No. 84--S P 4 C. J. Walter GiiRin vs H. M. Mullis et als V & Llm. No. 103 W O L & M A & V Mittle Helms et als. vs C. W. Key.. Llm. TIT.S1IAY, AICIST 2, 19-20. No. 95- S P & C J. M. Utile v S. A. L. By. ft als Vann No. 97 J D Mc M. J. Sikes vs T. E. Crowell S P ft C No. 908 P ft C... E. T. Hasty vs S. A.l. Ry. et al A ft V I No. 102-8 P ft C Sam Morrow vs S. A. L. Ky. et al A ft V No. 1088 P ft C Fowler ft Lee Co.. vs S. A. U Ry. et al V No. 1108 P ft C E. C. Griffin, et al vs 8. A. L. Ry. et at WKDJiFSDAT, Al'Gl'ST 25, 19S9 No. 1218 P A C Nasslff ft Co. vs 8. A. L. Ry. et al A ft V i No. 1228 P ft C United Cash Store vs 8. A. U Ry. Co. et al A ft V No. 123-S P ft C A. B. Helms vs S. A. I Ry. Co. et al A ft V THTRSMY, AUGUST 26, 1920 No. 64 Sikes.. Edwin Cutbbertson vs Dan W. Tomherlin ..3 P ft C No. 798 P ft C - Henry P. Spears vs Talassee power Co.... ..Sikes No, 37 A ft V .. ..Manuel Wlllams vs Tallassee Power Co. Sikes No. 45 Sikes G. L. McManiig vs John Biguam ..8 P ft C FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1W0 No. 46-8 P ft C. W 0 L Hiram Orr. et als vs Dr. T. N. Held, et al..8lke No. 141 S. D. Sikes... Georgiana Torter rs Will Porter .. No. 518 P ft C... Ella 8. Mcleod vs Jas. Starns et al ..Sikes No. 121 8. D. 8 P ft C.Lula Crook vs Frank Griffin (protest) ..Sikes, R BR No. 136 8. D. Sikes, 8 ft P.- --Lee niWnnslcy vs Rcs Billlngslejr ..B ft V No. 63 Sikes ft Love.... .. Rich Covington vs I.awreno Ing . ..A ft V No. 74 A ft V A. C. Pennegar vs J, J. Crow ....Sikes No. 87 Sikes, 8 P & C..F. L. Harrell 1 1 als vs S. A. L. Ry. Co. et als A ft V No. 1058 P & d United Cash Stores vs W. F. Brantley Sikes SATURDAY, AUGUST Jtsth, 1920 1 W. Doster vs O. L. McManus et al .... ....Sikes R. W. Hosier vs J. M. Niven ct als Sikes --G. M. Tucker et nls vs 8. A. L. Ry. Co. et als A ft V .. J. F. Cettys vs Icetnorlce Cotton Mills Co. Sikes No 11S S P ft C City of Monroe vs Houston-Heath Realty Co. et al ..Sikes No. 120 M A & V-. N. S. Matthews ct als vs Clyde Massey ct als .Stke9 No. 124 Sikes. S P & C..W. F. Reirton, Admr, vs 8. A. L. Ry. Co. et als.-A&V .. Ed Prldgen vs Sample Horn-ton Sikes Henry A Hnl::W vs C. Fowler ct als .. V, 8 P & C No. 130- Slkcs .. W. E. L. Williams vs V.'m. Copenhavcr ct al A ft V SM 0M WFF.K MOM) AY, AUGUST SO, 1W0. No. 133 A t: V Lyd'a A. Stewart vs George B. Stewart.'... Sikes Sikes .. W. J. Howie, Admr Ben Howie, vs Henry Howie et al ..8 P A C. Mo H P ft C R. W. Doster vs F. N. Baun Sikes 134 Sikes E. E. Holms et al vs Lemuel Mfdlin 8 P ft C 136-Sikes Clark Motor Co vs American Motor Co . ' "137 Sikes The Henderson Snyder Co. vs 8. A. L. Ry. Co. et al A ft V 138 Hasty ft Thomas vs J. W. Dean .... i ..V A Ash. 13i Hasty ft Thomas vs J. W. Dean V ft Ash. 14') H ft E John Doyle Grlffln vs U. T. Belk .'. 8 P ft C, Sikes 141 S P ft C A. F. Starnca v Watt Austin 8lkes TUKSDAY, AUGUST SI, 1920. -Clark, 8 P ft C In Re Will of Maggie Ross vs Caveat (Protest) .. Sikes, R B R, A ft V. 113 S. D S P & C J. Clln-nnan OrlfTln vs Western Iiv Stork Ins. Cn ' et al M A ft V 114 S. D. 8 P ft C R. 8. Henry vs Preston Baticom ..V O L 115 S. D. Um State Ex Rl. Chauncy Hinson vs E. B. ft W. W. Tusser c t al 3 P ft C 119 SVD. Sikes .".George Stlnson vs J. T. Tigg 12 ) S. D.-S P ft C H. 0. Nash et al vs J. T. Shute M A ft V WKI).M:SDAY, SF.rTP.MBLR 1, IB20- 122 S. D. Sikes L. A. Hinson V3 S. A. L. Ry. Co. ct al A ft V 123 3. D. Sikts P. L. Flttman vs S. A. L, Ry. Co., et al V 124 S. D. L Rebecca Crump Bell. Admx vs City of Monroe ft The Sikes Company 8 P ft C. Sikes 12G S. D. Sikes The Sikes Co, Inc.. vs 8. A. L. Ry. Co. et al.-M A ft V M0TI0X DOCKKT S K ft V Jane II. Bates vs 3. H. Bracey 3 p ft C, 8ikes 10 S ft P David McGary vs 8. H. Bracey Sikes 178 ft P Bank of Union vs 3. N. Stack ..IL B. R.. Sikes 51 yt w Garland et al ys W. 8. Blakeney. Trustee for R. F. Price . Sikes 41 Sikes . R. M. Sanders rs W. E. Bennett ct al . 3 ft P 96 Sikes , O. M. Tucker va Allen Trull I. it? s r & v Emma Blair. Admx. vs Robert McKenile ...Sikea 112 S. 125 S 127 S 131 S. 132 8. No. 126 M A & V No. 128 SlUcs ft Ive . D. 8 P ft C Bernard Davis vs Tyler B. Dunlap D. Sikes F. G. Stecall vs Ella Stefail et al ' D. Sikes The Slkf s-Colllns Co', vs 8. A. U Ry. Co et al V D.-S P ft C Joseph Bishara vs U. H. Anderson E A H D.-S P ft C Feb. Helms vs Al Trull et al Parties and witnesses need not attend court until the day set for the trial of the case In which they are parties or witnesses. R. W. LEMMOND, Clerk.