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Tm5 MOTROK JOCKS Ah. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. IMP EIGHT PAGES MONROE FIFTEEN YEARS AGO (From The Journal of this date 15 years ago.) Best cotton today 10. SO. Air. Curt a Biveus left last week for Trinity College. Mr. Yann Fuuderburk left yester day to enter school at Bute's Cieek Academy. lilr. Ike Blair has entered the Staunton Miliary Academy at Staun ton. Va. Senator Tillman of South Carolina la scheduled to lecture In the opera bouse here next month. Mr. Marvin H. Richardson has been having bad luck with his Burn er of late. Last week he lost his pocketbook with eipht dollars in it and has not foun dit. Yesterday he was in town and lost a live dollar bill. This, however, he was fortu nate enough to And. "A little more than two years aco a local option election was held in Wadeaboro which resulted in a vic tory for the opponents of open sa loons by a majority of 6. Another local electiou was held Tuesday, at which the followina vote was cast: "For saloons. 160: asainst sa loons. 107 majority for saloons. 53. "For stills, 137; asainst stills. 125 Majority for stills. 12." The above is from the last week's j Issue of the Wadesboro Messenger: and Intelligencer. It is a j:reat cause I for rejoicing. The sturdy manhood j of the good old county has asserted. Itself and freedom sits ncain upon; the mountain heights. The preach ers, the women and other fanatics have been put to rout. Kverybody, who believes In the natural rie'us of: man should uive a whoop and go to Wades bo ro and take a drink. It will be remembered that cotton took a spurt Friday. The New Yoik American tells the following story in its Saturday issue as to the cause of it: "A little luncheon at Delnionlco's. in Beaver street, was responsible for tion as a leader in the cotton market, yesterday. "Col. W. P. Brown, who has risen from a grocery clerkship to the posi tion as a lead re in the cotton market. and Frank B. Hayne, scion of oue of the oldest families in the South, were the chief members of the little lunch eon party. When they met yester day they compared notes and agreed there was a pretty good opportunity to make a little spending money. they decided to buy 100.000 bate of December cotton. They took tiM :'u' deal several of the other South rn cotton dealers who are now in the! city. Then they adjourned over to .; the cotton exchange, and inside of 15 minutes they had changed the ap- j pearance of the entire cotton pit.j Cotton, under the personal buying of the Southern leaders, jumped sever-j al points at a time, and the many lit-, tie bears got scared and fairly perani- j Mod ever one another in an effort to ; cover, even the great bear leaders.' among them Theodore Trice, became j worried. The other bulls, especially j the so-called Wall Street crowd, fell , in with the movement, and before the Southerners had had heen able to, take in more than 5". 000 bales, the: price of December cotton had vanoivl 20 points, to 10.77."' ji oj6 - loir. mu - ufflyfl REVISION - SALE THAI IIIRS EXAMIXATIOX. The reuular time for teacher's e amination is October 12th and 13th The following Is a list of the exau.i natlon and the time each will he given. Teachers wishing to stand one group only will please report at the time that examination is scheduled. MORNING OF Flit ST DAY. a. Professional Group. 1 Rapeer (all applicants) 2 Davis (all applicants) 3 School Law (all applicants) 4 Klapper ( Primal y only) 5Straver (Crammer grades only) AFTERNOON OF FIRST DAY. b. Language Group. 1 Spelling. 2 Reading. 3 Language. 4 Gram mar. 5 Drawing. MORNING OF SECOND DAY. 1 Arithmetic. 2 Geography. 3 Hygiene. 4 Agriculture. AFTKRNOON OF SECOND DAY. A. History Group. 1 History of North Carolina 2 History of United States. 3 Civics. ing this year. It would be advUv' ! i to take the examination at the time1 given shove. This is the last exami- j n.nion given this year. RAY Fl'NDEKEURK. ( 111 T.OkK.K OH'NTY Sl'ED AutoinoliilNu Claim Thirteen Tlion. Mind Ifcdlnr lan:iiges mi Account of Bad Rotul. Luther Spearman, of Kings Moun tain. N. C. has sued Cherokee. South Carolina, in the sum of thirteen thou sand dollars for damages sustained to himself, his family and his auto mobile last August while motoring on a public highway In that county. Mr. Spearman claims that a washout in the road was the cause of his Injuries and that subsequent investigation showed that the county officials and the highway commissioners had been notified in ample time to have re paired the dangerous place, and thr1.' no warning sign or light had been placed at the washout and that i was carelessness and neglect on the part of the county and the highway commission that permitted the aeel ' dent to occur. He therefore brought ! Joint suit against the county and the ! hlshwar board. A formidable arrav It is necessary to have all cerllfi- of legal talent will appear on both cates straight before making the; sines. Automobillsts will watch the November budget. If you think pel-'case with much Interest as it has haps you will be drafted into teach- i establish a precedent in this state. Vhoi't IF THS 17! Vn " STA,lTED THl "RsnAY MORXIXG AT MXE O C WK, AXD SHEETS AXD CASES Oi:s:....V. 7v m ttXTIXl K FOR FIFTEEN DAYS. THROUGH SATIR. ll90 Wear Well ShecU .... KOMPEK ILuri ,,AY -'IGHT. OCTOBER 16th, WITH TRICES GREATLY RE- Wwt lnl '2x90 Sheets .... 11.35 wmii uiiuil.l v- Dreadnaught 81x90 Seamless , , VISED DOWNWARD. Sheets il ? 28-inch Romper Cloth. Perfect short Mohawk 81x90 Sean lU. VhUt. t i ll !ffij....'"g r - ... ro Hjrreat Revision srw8a.,sisisrr & I KE-HAR PRICES White Star 42x3 Pillow Cases . 49c js in Dry Goods 50c auaMy Pink. Blue. Cream and HICKORY SHIRTIXU White Outing Flannel revised WIT ,uxy VxMATCHABLE VALUES ADDED EVERY Hickory Shirting. 40c quality. DAY, THE EVIDENCE OF EFIRD'S VALUES IS UXDEM- ReTk o the yard .... 22 l-2c 27-Inch Pin Stripe and Checked Out- ABLE. p.pib- cn. u;.w cm .i , .v ing Flannel. 50c quality, reduced 60c Hlckory Sh,rtln to 29c j-, 33c No. 500 Mottel Otulng Flannel, th .Si I"1 ,f fl C f TVTsOAf Hami,t0U Hlckory ShIrtin 3Sc S.rM:40c-MV,;,OuUngF,a jNAJl Ui 1J C W Sonera CJJtW Revised to, the yard ........ 29c . 40c quality reUsed to 29c vied to, the yard 35c W IX)W UAsl . v . J fF , 1 1 39-Inch Sea Island SheJtlng, 20e COTTON ;OODS TILT REMINDS JH1Q UFGSIP Wl I I ttaltt th ; " l-2e ONE OK OLDEN DAYS " f ' " Father George Sea Island Sheeting Best quality Staple "Domino" GinR- fl ' at the yard 18C ham Checks, the yard...... 15c kg ChTJ, J 1 1 Cherry Mountain Best AAA Sheeting 30c Dress Gingham. Perfect Short V9 A ' Ul the yard 22 l-2c Lengths, the 15c ' TT I AT f . Cotton Flannel the yard 25c 35c Plaid Dress Gingham, Perfect I T VT lvf AO 1 O Short Lengths. Revised to. the lCAL VV CCli ill 0c extra heavy Canton Flannel, the yard 18c - w w v yard 33c 32-Inch 50c quality Plaid Ginghams - A1LPla.ld ch,Tlot- Counter-Pin and Zephyrs In perect short leng- IrIM JSi ff fl G m 9heck8 and heavy colton Koods' ths. Revised to, the yard .... 25c L Jl-VsJ LiJL fA L3 duced about 40 per cent. Full piece 35c quality Dress Ging- . p n..n xirtlvr, ham. Revised to, the yard .. 18c ItlalV I fkT i"-MNU WIDE SHEETING AND SHEETS lU6V iUUW l? .. Heath 81-Inch Brown Sheeting 48c IN FAIRNESS TO YOURSELF, YOU SHOULD NOT MISS 40c Mat,res Ticking, at the yd 25c 9-4 Mohawk Bleached Sheeting at THIS GREAT REVISION SALE. EFIRD'S FIRST AND Best 8 ox. A C. A Feather Tick at rd 79c ALWAYS SELL IT FOR LESS. the yard ." ,... 44c Efird's Dept. Store, Monroe, W. C. 1 00 c m rra2xe:c BmmM L J 9 L J WE ARE SELLING THE VJ P J 'r. P F ESST ft mrmKrn ONE GOOD EIGHT-ROOM RESIDENCE, OUT- BUILDINGS AND TENANT HOUSES, LOCATED ON THE MONROE, CAMDEN AND CHERAW ROADS, AND ALSO THE NEW PUBLIC ROAD 6 MILES From PAGELAND, S. C, 12 MILES From MONROE And 10 MILES From MARSHVILLE TON ONTHE GROUND- E SUB DIVIDED INT0 SMALL TRACTS AND SOLD ABSOLUTELY REGARDLESS OF PRICE, AT PUBLIC AUC RAIN OR SHINE LESS OF PEICEEF0AE DIVISION RTBKITT EVER 0FFERED IN THIS SECTION AS THIS LAND IS TO BE SOLD ABSOLUTELY REGARD- twvni3 SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND LOCATE ONE LAND ONE MILE OF LEE GIN AND THERE IS A MOVEMENT ON FOOT TO UNITE T OF A PUBLIC SCHOOL, ONE MILE OF CHURCH ARGE SCHOOL WITHIN SIGHT OF THIS PLANTA- t , There is One Million Feet of Timber and a Large Number of Crossties DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY AND REMEMBER THAT THIS PROPERTY IS TO BE SOLD-THE LAST BID BOYS. Terms very easy, 15 day of Sale, 10 December 15th, Balance One, Two and Three Years MUSIC BY BRASS BAND ' Pinnix Realty & Auction Company PONN OX REALTY CO. GREENSBORO, N. C. Selling Agents MONROE, N. C.