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THE MOXROE JOfRXAI.. TTKSMT. SF.PTMEBKR 14. 1990. fight PAGES -I i r.-.i 1 7 . i .3) I 3 5 $2.50 TAFFETA $1.4S :)6-inch Black and Blue Taffeta Silk; $2.50 value, yard $1.48 SERVICE -COURTESY i $3.00 CREPE $1.65 " 40-inch Crepe de Chine, in all good shades; regular $3.00 value, Z at the yard $1.65 We are Showing the Most Complete Stock of Fall and Winter Merchandise Ever Seen in This Locality COME IN AM) INSPECT THESE GOODS COMPARE PRICES, QUALITY, MATERIALS, ETC. WE HAVE NEVER YET PERMITTED ANYONE TO UNDERSELL US. ' ! 9Sc 9-4 BROWN SHEETING 36-inch FATHER GEORGE 32-inch GINGHAM Checks and I LADIES LISLE HfKP I X Yard 4Sc $ BROWN SHEETING, yard 25c $ Paterns, yard 22c $ S 35c value 19c Prices Smashed Fall and Winter Dress Goods at Efird Prices ON Pacific C. S. C. Storm Serges in Navy, Black and best PIN STRIPED AND CHECKED OUTING COI01"S Jit 1 J " Anderson Pin Stripe and Check Outing, Pink and L&C116S CllK Pacific S' R G- k 54inch Storm Sere $2-50 values. Blue :;Sc at -- $1.65 North State Pin Stript and Check Outing 38c 4 1. 1 i m,v til iv i c 7Z Heavy Quality North State and Anderson Dark Out- 3 lOCKlllfiS Amoskeag 4002 All Wool Serge, Black and Navy, jng Flannel 1 1 :So at " $1""S -5c Quality White Outing Z".""" '""" 25c ; Pacific XX All Wool Serge at $1.18 :,c Qua Pink Outing 25c One big lot of Ladies Full Fashion bilk Hose, mostly :oc Quality Cream Outing 95c Black and White; regular $:!.00 value, at $1.98 Pacific W. S. G. 50-inch Stonn Serge at $1.48 35c Quality Blue Outing 7 No. 2G00 Special Lot of Ladies' Silk Hose, Full Fash- Pacific 48-inch D. R. N. All Wool Tricotine at ... $2.95 tter get in on this at the above price. ion and Silk all the way up; a $5.00 value for Wed- pnpvril qfrppq ROMPER CLOTH newiv and Tbuisdav $1 f'S KbLb 2000 yards, regular 45c Romper Cloth in neat stripes, nesciav ana irmiciav -. -- S. F. W. 41-inch Pacific All Wool French Serge the thing for boys' school suits and rompers. Spe- One lot of Ladies' Silk Hose, with'seam; odd shapes at . $1.98 cial, per yard ;.. ;. and sizes; as long as they last at 98c C Scinch French Seie at 98c YARD-WIDE ENGLISH LONG CLOTH, 25c One lot Semi-Fashion Silk Hose, worth $2.50, at per Atlantic Mills 42-inch A 1 ool French Serge at $2.25 ,m h of , E m Long Cloth. Spe- pair - $1.GS Pacific 48-inch All Wool French Serge at $2.98 cial, yard 25c Eflrcl'g Oepapttinnieinitt ttore .2ffi r33 NEWS & INTERVIEWS in. MKes. or inariotte; . i:. forms, t of Mint Hill ami W, G. Long. Jurors Were Barefooted Interesting Stories Comer..!., Th.ngs fmin M a Htul Folk of Monroe mill J railroad case last week at Dan I nlon County jielsulie, Ga Mr. Frank Griffith, a fnlnn count v farmer, should hold 1 bftBu iner on the Seaboard, wit- Z,. ,,..., f,. fi. . Ti.i- iu , ujs,1 trie unusual spectacle of men sitting on the jury In their bare feet. Nor was this the only sensation that occurred In this little town, several miles off from a railroad, during the week. A bootlegger, said Mr. Grif- . I. ..... ........ .1;. 1.1.. rf.i.a fifita o hi v tn'.it i 1,1 ,u lull I h, I ' 1 p. ...r. cotton and coi n crops haven t b-i'i' Injured much. 1 think this couut their cotton for fifty cents. Thi. Is the opinion of .Mr. A. L. 1'aiker. a veteran farmer, who lives on Monroe. B. F. I). No. 7. "In my section." said Mr. I'arker Saturday, "the army worms have done untold damatv n A vill produce thirty thousand hales : cotton. The corn crop will !n 11 bumper." Somcililng 1-:Im lo Talk Altout. ''I have pot an item for you," re marked Mr. Sam M. I'arker. as In valked into The Journal of lice Sat urday, "not for the news value it contains, but Just to ive my neigh bors something el.e to talk about be sides army worms and boll weevils." The writer hastily assurred Mr. Par ker that anything printable would be welci T.ie. "Well," he continued. "I have a sheep thai ave birth mm two lambs on last New Year's day, I and on Friday she save birth to an-j h liiiiiib'!' of Monroe ciiiziiH Satiir-; EX i KX of whiskey almost under the shadow 1 of the court house. i Van Wyrk Come to l.hv J Down at VanWyck. the little South ; Carolina town about twenty milcsj Horn Monroe, where life usually runs a smooth, tr.ituiuil course, something l. .. ...........I w-.,.,... I.... .. ...i:.... .. travelline men. that broke fur awhile vi the ceaseless monotony of existence. ' JQ) An oil car. tilled with wine, they said, iX overturned on the railroad sidinp yy there, and for several hours joy "was YY uncoufined." From all directions people rushed to this veritable foun-: tain of pood cheer, and many of them,! until the sheriff Intervened, tilled' their cellars with a pood variety of scupperu'int: w ine. One Monroe man,1 who happened to be in the town that; THE UNIVERSAL CAR continue to trouble us, hadn't we bel ter begin raisniK more sheep, cattle gnd ho-s? I find that raising sheep Is a profitable business." 'o DIsapjHilntmeiit in store for Mr. l'(Hi!l Ht Houston. At every Confederate reunion Mr. Ben G. Coon, of Terrell. Texas, a native of this county, spends hours looking for some of his old comrades who fought with him durlne the war in Co. H, 15th N. C. regiment, or the "Monroe Litht Infantry." One or his comrades, Ksq. V. G. Long, of Goose Creek township. Is determined that Mr. Coon will not have to look very long for the few remaining mem bers of his old company at Houston, Texas, where the reunion will be held this year. Mr. Long wrote Mr. Coon last week telling him that he would be at Houston, and where he could be found. Mr. Long and Mr. Coon fought side by side during the war, and a friendship grew up between them In those dark days that has lasted all of these years. They were together at the bat'le of Lee's farm, Seven Days. Siuth Mountain, Sharp bttrg, Fredericksburg, and at tin time of the surrender their regimen! was among the crack "outfits" held areund Richmond for the defense .f the Confederate capital.' Their com manding officer was Capf. Wm. Mf Rae, an engineer who was assisting In surveying the railroad through here when war was declared. T. H. Means of Mecklenburg county. L. A. destination, of the car Is unknown. Neither was It stated in what manner' the car was overturned. j lYnnrani of Sunday School Conven tion, Smiily l.hlge Tounship, Following is the program of the' Sunday School Convention for Sandy' Uidge township, to be held at lieulah1 j church on Sunday. October 3: Convention called to order by the President, K. H. Morris, at 111 a. m. j Prayer by liev. Mr. Kidge of fal lings. Address of welcome by W.H.Schell,! Response by J. N. Price. j Song service by congregation. Roll call of Sunday schools, and delegates enrolled. I 11 a. m., address by Hon. W, B.i Love of Monroe. Song service conducted by Beulah choir. 12 ni recess for dinner; public In-, vlted. i 1:30 p. m reports from the varl-j ous Sunday schools and comments on' same. 3 p. m., song service by Wedding ton choir. 3:15. Address by Trof. R. K. Hln shaw. ! 3:45. Song service by filler choir. The Ford Sedan with electric starting and lighting system and demountable rims with 3! i inch tires all around, is the ideal family car because of its all-around utility and refined and comfortable equipment. Finely upholstered. Plate glass windows. An open car in the Spring, Summer, and early Fall. A closed car in inclement weather and Winter. For theatre parties, for social visiting, for touring, and for taking the children to school, it is just what you want. The low cost of operation and mainten ance is not the least of its charms. A regular Ford car, simple in design, strong in con struction, and durable in service. Won't you come in and look it over? The comforts of an electric car just what you want. DEALER. The Henderson Gar&ge and Machine Co. MONROE, N.C. next m"linjt. ; iX Helms, and R P. Jerome, both of th's , hoos .m be p' ,, ; f,.'n ' ',' time. , j A Everybody hivitot to come unilJYy bring well-filled baskets. N. R.iXj H-luis. V. I). IlamSel';, It. Ii. Cuth-jjf rw rtson, Conir,itirH. ! TV XX Never give place for a moment to ! anuer, 'its rr Ford Cars avid Trucks county, were their lieutenants, while the late James McLarty was "top ergeam" of tlw rompanv. Po far ns Esq. Long can ascertain, tiiere ive nly eight Htirr.ving mcnu'Tj of C.v B. They r: n. O. ("oon, of Ter rell. Texas; Tern A. At.tln. of Mon roe; D. B. Medl'n, of Monroo town hip; -John A. Helm, cf Sandy Ridge; T. D. Wolfe, of Mineral frprinr; C. Fordson Tractors Genuine Ford Parts Service worrv or rlanm nr ttt th'nV--1 l-a':in; ill rf ethers.