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THK ifONROE JOfRSAL. FTUTUY. OCTOBER 1, 1920 EIGHT Vkfir Good business conditions and the increased pro duction so necessary to the present day prosperity go hand in haH. - A dollar spent and put in circulation is much ore potent for good than a dollar idle, hoarded and ost to the world. Your funds in this bank will be made to work intelligently toward maintaining this prosperity. " 1 NATIONAL The children love Wrtfiles-and ifs good for them. Made under conditions of absolute cleanliness and brought to them in Wrtelev's sealed sanitary package. Satisfies the craving for sweets aids digestion,sweet ens breath, allays thirst and helps keep teeth clean. Costs tittle, benefits much. Still 5' Everywhere THE FLAVOR ', LASTS WaM a Car Load Bagging and Ties We caoi make you the right prices See us at once T. C. Lee & Son GENERAL MERCHANDISE COUNTRY PRODUCE FERTILIZERS PHONE ess, LATEST HAPPENINGS Jacob H. 6ch,ilT, widely known fi nancier and philanthropist, died at hla horn In New York Sunday night. An attack on wheat on the Chicago exchange lent price, down 12 cents a bushel on last Saturday. Two women were killed and two men were seriously Injured In an au tomobile accident In Atlanta last Saturday. Eleven balloons went up at Bir mingham last Saturday to Qualify in tho international competition that is to be instituted there on Oct. 23. Senator Harding was characterized as a "brewer who is apologising for his holdings" In a statement issued at Cheyenne. Wyomlm last Sunday night by Governor Cox. New York city Is considering the construction of 830 miles of new sub ways at a cost of 1350.000.000. The plan is looking twenty-five years in the future. Secretary Baker of the war depart ment has Instructed all chiefs under him to keep in mind the most rifcld economy In making their 1922 estimates. Two women were killed and a score of nereons were Injured at Nashville, .Tenn., when a one man street ca tnrned turtle arter jump ing the track. Fire Sunday destroyed the plant of the Barber Asphalt Paving Com pany at Perth Aniboy, New Jersey. The plant covered several acres o ground. R. S. MeClamrock. Jr., 17, was killed, and James Poole and Clifford Baxter, 16. were badly injured when an automobile in which they and two other boys were riding turned over near Clifford College-, N. C, Sundry afternoon. Felix Cremer, colored, was shot and killed by a mob near Greensbo ro, On., last Saturday. He was charg ed with helping Churlje Wright, an onther ne:ro to escape while Wright was being sought on a charge of shooting llobert B. McWhorter, a white man. Following the shooting of Kinard Griffin, prominent young white farm er near Americus. Georgia, late Sat urday night the body o. his alleged negro assailant was found at the roadside seven miles away. Pur suers are supposed to have shot and killed the negro. North Carolina's really unique law firm has Just huug Its shingle at Fayetteville, the co-partners being Henry McD. Robinson, a leader of th Cumberland county bar and his daughter, Mit-s Katherine McDarmid Robinson who recently passed the North Carolina supereme court first in a class of 85. On the arrival of a circus train In San Antonio. Texas, Sunday it was found that sixteen trained seals and sea lions vclued at about eighteen thousand dollars had died In their tanks during a ride of a hundred miles. Poison In the water tanks was believed by circus men to hav been the cause. Frank A. Munsey. who. attempted the experiment of combinglng the New York Herald under the name of the Sun and New York Herald has seen his mistake and announced that he will seuarate the papers, contin- uIiib one as the New York Herald and the other as the Sun. the Sun to become an evening paper Instead of a morning paper as it formerly was The Inhabitants of'the village of Martlgny, Switzerland face the pros pect of being able to drink only wine and beer for some time as tne result of the town waterworks being washed away Saturday by a flood which swept through the Chamoix valley, caused by the bursting of a glacier pocket. The Hood is now re cedine: but It will be many weeks be fore the water works can be rebuilt. Congressman Weaver of the tenlh North Carolina district and a party nf war department engineers have been spending several days at Hen derson conferring with the board of trade relative to lowering HncK Shoals on the French Broad river in Henderson county with the aim of lowering the bed of the river In or der to reclaim thousands of the best farming land In Henderson county. The city of Knoxville, Tennessee, is being terrorized by the actions of a night marauding fiend who is mak ing a practice or breaking into the rooms of women and girls after they have retired and violating them un der threat of death if they make out cry. Up to last Thursday the un known fiend has slain his sixth victim. Under the advice of the at torney general of the state man women and girls are now sleeping with pistols under their pillows. The man's victims are unable to say whether he Is white or black; but they are agreed that he comes will pistol and flash light. Police believe that the fiend is a white man and elthera drug addict or a maniac. Governor Roberts has offered a re ward of five hundred dollars, the citizens have offered four hundred and relatives of victims have offered six hundred dollars more. A confer ence of citizens has resulted In the substitution of plain clothes men for uniformed policemen and the Inaugu ration of curfew regulations that re quire men to explain their presence on the street after twelve o'clock midnight A searching roundup If being made of all the known druc addicts in the city. LATE FRVIN HOWELL WAS WELL-BELOVED CITIZEN For Years He waa Superintendent of Kberneezer Sunday Scliol MoUk scw Time Her. Indian Trail. R. F. D. 1. Sept. SO. In the death of Mr. J. E. Rowell, which occurred Sunday, this com munity loses one of Its best citizens, and one of its most consecrated work era; and the writer has lost one of his best friends. Mr. Rowell was the faithful superintendent of the Ebeuexer Sunday school, and it was his desire that he live to aee the com pletion of the church on the sight of the one which was destroyed by the cyclone several months ago. He will bo missed in this section. Member ot all denominations loved J. Frvin Rowell. and his death is a personal loss to the citizens of this communi ty. Mioses Ella Medlin and Grace Bo gan of Charlotte were the guests of Miss P. G. Hill Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Rowell and children are spending a few days at Wlngate. Mr. and Mrs. James Broom of Con cord spent a few days here last week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Broom. Mr. Charlie Rowell has returned home from Badin, where, he has been working. Mr. Bill Price has started his mill making molasses. IMiss Lillie Hill and Mr. R. Simp son have been appointed a committee to solicit funds for Mr. L. Byrum.who was so unfortunate as to lose most of his belongings, by fire last week. 5 JOURNAL. WANT ADS. ONE CENT A WORD FOR EACH INSERTION A GOOD LINE of Buggies and Har ness on hand all the time. Fowler ft Lee. SKEETER SKOOT drives away nioa- quttos. The Union Drue Co. WE CALL FOR and deliver prescrip tions. The Union Drug Co. OPPORTUNITY A new four-room house on Wt-st Windsor street to be Fold at a bargain to quick purchas er. Easy terms, if desired. J. Frank Williams. AKE YOU RU ITU RED ? Trust us to truss you. All fitting done by a truss expert. The Union Drug Co. FOR SALE One ( h. p. later-, national engine and corn mill at bargain. A. R. Deese, M or roe. Route 1. WE HAVE ANYTHING any first-rlaas drug store has. The Union Drug Co. IX) R SALE Good 7-room house la good neighborhood on MtCauIey heights. Water, lights and sewer rge. Can give possession at once. The price la reasonable, and terms c?n be arranged suit purchaser. If you want a good home, see me at once. J. Fiauk Williams. TWO DWELLINGS aud one vacant lot for sale. Fowler ft Lee. JEWELRY. SOLID GOU), all klute at McCall's. FOR SALE Modern bungalow In! first class shape on East Everette street. See W. J. Rudge. THE ROSS GARAGE In front of Griffin's stables. Auto repair ing a specialty. Ford accessories, tubes and casings for sale. THREE FARMS FOR SALE One 107 acres, 24 mi lea from town, one 40 acres 6 miles from town, one 36 acres 2 miles from town. Fowler ft Lee. Deotli of a Good Woman. Mrs. Rehull Richardson died at the home of tier son, Mr. T. A. Richard son in west Monroe township. Tues day morning at 7 o'clock, after sev eral weeks of lingering illness. She was 81 years old, was born and lived in this county until the day of her death. "Aunt Rehull" was a good woman, and greatly loved by all her many friends. She was a consistent member of Corinth Baptist church, and attended services there so long as she was able to go. Funeral servi ces were conducted by Rev. R. M. Halgler. The Interment was in the cemetery at Corinth. She leaves four sons, Messrs. J. W. M., T. A.. J. E., and F. E. Richardson, and anumber of grand-children. Mrs. Richardson had many friends who attended the burial services. A Musical Omen. Two women were married to mu sicians. The one, a bride of a year, was pushing a baby carriage In which were three .fine babies Triplets, all girls. The other woman had been in the bonds of matrimony a couple of weeks. "What beautiful- children!" ex claimed the newly married one. "Yes," replied the proud mother; "let me tell you the funniest coinci dence. At our wedding supper the bos who played with my husbai.d in the orchestra secrenaded him, and they played 'Three Little Maids' from 'The Mikado.' Isn't thnt funny?" At this the othet: bride turned pale. "Mercy!" she gnfsped. "At our wed ding supper Tom's friends serenaded him too, and they rendered 'The hex tef from 'Lucia.' " NOTICE. Having this day qualified before the C. S. C. of Union county as ad minlstrator c. t. a. on the estate of Mrs. Nannie Redwlne, dee'd, this Is to notify all persons holding or hav ing claims against the estate of my testatrix to present same to me duly proven on or before the 21st day of August, 1921. or this notice will be pleaded In bar of recovery. All per sons owing said estate are required to make prompt settlement with the undersigned and save costs. This 19th day of August. 1920. V. C. REDWLNE. Admr. c. t. a. of Mrs. Nannie Redwine, deed. They look So Much Alike. One morning, says the Argonaut, an old man was busy In the back yard with saw and hatchet, when the next-door neighbor came to In quire after the health of hla wife. The wife, It seems, had taken a severe cold. "Good mornln', Mr. Smith!" said the neighbor. "How la Mrs. Smith this moniln'.!" "Just about the nue,' answered old Mr. Smith. "She dlda't sleep very well last night" Vwr er!" mid ' Me nsteiber sympathetically. "I es Uwl's her eaghin'. ala't It?" "No, It alat kr evtte,' mid Mr. tank, kMftof kit hi wvfk, "11 1 I MW Mitiltt " .NOTICE OK A lMI X ISTH ATIOX. Having qualified before R. W. Lomniond, C. S. C, of Union county as administratrix of the estnto of Conley C. Bmswell, deceased, this Is to notify all persons holding claims against said estate to present thetn duly verified on or before the 2Sth day of August, 1921, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their re covery. All persona indebted to raid estate will please make prompt pay ment. Claims may be filed with, or pay inenta made to my attorney, W. : Lflve, at his office In Monroe. This August 28th, 1920. MRS. KATE BRASWELL, Administratrix of Conley C. Braswell, deceased. V. B. LOVE, Attorney. SICK ROOM SUPPLIES Kantleek Syringes, lee Caps, Water Bottlrs. and combinations. The Union Drug Co. FOR RENT Good 2 miles from Helms. three-horse farm Wlngate. J. R. FOR RELIEF of Indigestion, take Crawford's Digest ine. Sold only at The Union Drug Co. HEALTH BELTS. Abdominal Sup porters, and Non-Skid Excelsior Trusses, all fitted by an expert any time. The Union Drug Co. FOR SALE A forty acre farm with a six-room dwelling, newly painted, and good barn, on public road, six miles from town; twenty acres in cultivation. Will make a bale to the acre with proper farming. Don't let this opportunity pass and then In a few years say "I could have bought that farm for so and so." Fowler ft Lee. FOR SALE OR RENT My farm of 196 acres on Goose Creek 65 acu-f of bottom land, 5 arras of nieuuow lui.d. Has one dwelling Uius con' lining seven rooms, large i. ra and outbuildings. Also a four roota house, barn and outbuildings. ?w wells of good water. Call 5r writ W. P. Griffin. Wlngate. N. C. FOR SALE One core drill well io;i chine. T. K. Helms. SETH THOMAS CLOCKS at McCall. FOR SALE About eight square metal ceiling, heavy mould, ariiatio design; several hundred second hand lairs, forest pine; quantity f f second hand flooring and ceil- v ing; one ret oak bank fixtures, mar ble base, extra heavy bronze grill, complete with desks; light fixtures quantity Tenenssee marble, ninb inches wide, various lengths; sev eral thousand second hand brick: to be cleaned and for sale Ii s'. ort time;doors and windows complete, with frames and casings, htr-dware, etc.. In first class condition. Ap ply to Bank of Union. DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY show you. McCall. -Let us IF YOU WANT a good-home In Mon roe, see J. Frank Williams. FOR SALE A good milk cow that will be fresh In a few days. W. J. Moore, Waxhaw Route 4. WATCHES JUST RECEIVED A new line Elgins, etc. McCall. DR. S. A. ALEXANDER VETERINARIAN The late Dr. Watt Ash craft office. Office Phone 113. Res. 55-J AUTO TRANSFER For quick trips see A. F. Helms, Just below city fire station. Careful driver. DR. H. SMITH, Eye-Sight Specialist, will be out of town for a short while after this date. On his re turn he will be at his office every day during the entire fall and winter. FOR SALE Steele No. 3 Brick Plant complete. Has 60 H. P. Mo tor, large Pug mill, holster. Hi yard clay car, trucks, etc. Every thing Is ready for Immediate ope ration. J. E. Stack ft Co. FOR SALE One registered Shrop shire buck and two ewes. If you want to make 100 per cent, try sheep. O. S. Lee. GOOD BARGAINS In feci, flour, cof fee, sugar, dry goods and notions and heavy stuff at R. W. Kil lough's, Indian Trail. SUGAR 15 CENTS 10 pounds to the customer, Co-Operative Mer cantile Co. FOR SALE At the courthouse Sat-; urday, October 2, one Poland-ChI-1 na brood sow and six pigs, seven I weeks old. J. Frank Williams. J HOMES ARE SCARC3 In Monroe. and there U vory !i!t '-respect of, them gottns nmr" t'e;i i,'t;l in thei near future. I 1 -v ne f ir imnio- diate sale, nnd if -' vrsit it, see; me at oi-rr J. T-k Williams. R. H.Carren, MJ. Prnctlce IJmltod to Treatment of DlNensea of EYE, EAR, NOSE AND TIKIOAT Office Over THE UNION DRUG COMPANY PHONE 258. Woman's Fancy Work ExcREM'e 'ONni"(Ti:n by Crowcll's Variety Store, "Most porn.Aii aro' MONROE" MONROE, N. C. IV DR. P. M. ABERiETlIY VETERINARIAN' Off.ce FOWLER & LEE STADLS MONROE, N. C. Thone 308. Residence Phono 159-J. MR. FARMER re c " Watches be fore yon buy. V fi.ll. NOTICE. -In North Carolina, Union County the Superior Court. Henderson Roller Mills Company, Inc., Vs. Roscnbaum Brothers, Inc., et als. To Rosenbaum Brothers, Inc., take Notice: That an action entitled as above has been commenced In the Superior court of Union county. North Carolina, by the plaintiff to recover the aum of $750.00 damages to a car load of corn purchased by plaintiff from you, which was dam aged and did not come up to con tract, and you are furthermore noti fied that a warrant of attachment was Issued by said court on the 26th day of August, 1920, against the prop erty of said defendant and levy was mtde upon the proceeds derived from one certain draft paid by tho plaintiff to the First National Bank, Monroe, N. C. drawn by you for the purchase money of said car load of corn, which said "warrant of attachment is re turnable on the 3rd day of October. 1920, and you are hereby required to appear at the office of the under signed clerk of the Superior court of Union county. North Carolina, at the court houee in Monroe, N. C, on Monday, 3rd day of October, 1920. ait dannwer er demur to aaid com plaint or the relief demaeded therein will be granted. Herein tail net at year peril. Tola the lth of rirvi. lll. ft. W. MMHI. 0 t. Jehn C. Skk.ee, AUy, fr rutafcf . I AM prepared to 'i yoe hauling. Phone 28-J. J. V. Richardson. Dr. Kemp Funderi urk DENTIST Office over Wailor's Old Stom Modem Methods Employed rxet ai ntt HtWfJT OtJlOMll all I ijjfff? lft f sis Zitj U Home Furnishings that Insure la ting satisfaction That's the kind yon will find at the House of Dltlion. The only kind It pays to buy for your home and you w411 find, too, that our prices are always the lowest possible, consi?'mt with the high quality Home Furnlshiiies w sell. We have been In the business a long time and we ulvava believed that a plead customer was a profitable customer. We have the goods and It will be a pleasure to show you through our large stock. Come In and tee for yourself , I AT OLD STAND 1 I mtttm cmtn meact I I manam, m c. t, .