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THE MOXROE JOrRML. KHIHW. J AM ARY 81. 1921.
U 't I i: f I i, Y i. -A) .. f . ' 1 3 RANSOM EAUCOM REFUSED DR. SMITH DIES SUDDENLY J t n d 1 ESND B! JiiDGE LEMKOSDi IS OFFICE THIS AFTERSOOS . vIllUIl VAJUIliy luau Commission MONEOE, N. C. C:n llawMii IVie H wvl llrt li rr 4!.i'..'- .. .i.ilttl H IH" ieiiiUut, a 1 'tuigrtl. CHAIU.K.S UAl'COM H U NO il X Hanson Eaucom, of New Salem . . . we. lo.nsn.i. w.io u, anu . Pelk-Bundy brother, Cb.rU-. Lamorn on . - afwrnrton a, .bout 2:45! day a:t.mn. January 8th. was f h,r been gtrlcken j - ' l"a !wih h.art tmuble , few minute, be- ! at the n,U Unu of ,aponor curt , wh, he WM , lhe doau, offtce j liy K.vori'.or W. O. Leau-ioa I. ,ol-; f j lo,B W,U,UM0M f V "T" ' Pr Smith was fifty-nine ears of nay h-nHtU. atlorae, lor the . . . by hJ- wf anJ ; fense announced th.-ir In.,-,,,,. I , Wo,,lw,,ie chiUwi: Mrs. Julian Mart habeas eurp.i; to v ii- i ... I , ur.fttu. M-s. nenry .ueuou, it. Veteran K)f - ?ei.-lM Stricken, About 2:45. ami Away in a Very lrt A hile. ! i WAS FIFTY-NINE YEARS OF A(.K i t JJT. Itorare Ulliu. tririia v uiuh : county eve-st.eciaiist. diei suddenly I statement of Receipts and Disbursements for 6 Month"1 In hi otni-e In the Pelk-Bundy build-; . . Ending December 31, 1920. AuJit as ptr Soott -Cliariilcy Co., C. P. - rharK.ttf. N. C. 12-31-3i. 15KCK1PTS cu v t-.e v!ea ... ' rd 5nlith. Mr. Fred Smith. .Ms.inailk llane.. 7-1-20 i ) 10,576.01 def-ndat t di-i n.n taU- the! ""n',0 ,la"-v- Vri u,ulw CouchMlAau 1st National Itank, W. l Heath $ W.OO na.!. TUr.v wum ,-e, Shet itt Cl"-,a,:,;i!ll V. Smith had ,- Uriftith. sheriff. Hal. 191i taxes 11,51.14 f rd VV-xl.r. Cast -n Baucotn. aJ. ' ...... v. , , : i;rt....;v...i fv..i lL.n.l 2S2.tKI4.9G ::it'i-.'.iK-ed 1.-V tat- Han S';;:t U!e. Cat'it 11 iiiro: :. a'.S". a KaiiMHit. wu. witii his MVihet m t'-e ill f.:!. 4 a! . : t.ii. 1! been in por health, and had been j Keoeivi'il from lotul Sal. i-.mtiaed to his home ui until a fe iSix loads Kt-rtilitr. . 2S2,994.9ti 1S.(H) 29:1.75 8.80 4.(XX).(H) 1.00O.45 vh. : 'ie . i.Kii.- f-.e i;rou!td un- "" '- hoan, 1st .National liatiK, w. i . iieatn .v.w i.-, i his fro'ii ;i !I."V :ve:v-a ry lr. lireen a; wu:mu " 'ur tie :;!! i:i t';e ha:i.i ! Uai lt.;- o . Ill hlit r. t!i.' t C;:!'.".5 Pauc-MH was: t " i . . l iv -1 ' - - I i '11 lOUIIS 1 t M IM I I ... brother of ;,,as a0 H" ha'1 r, v:,i" J hu w ! State Aid from Maintenance 4-l6-:W-2t. cturie, tic hoover, and lad MUy re- tin t1 . f.i f.;t. d ;i! . : ntoii. it.- - sained nt neaua. .i i- ni..i .i.-auh!.- K.r.i om. and alo do-, U; dala n,. wa3 sittin- in Ir. E. S. , luo. Critfith. Slu ritT, 1920 Taxes la:. d that h buuher Chatles did tviJ. ll,.t,t.l, offi(Vj,, whieh adjoin ! .H.ains sold ..t !!.ao the d.'fea.iant !:.:le. was , r., .-,,ltl.ir i . . ... .. .. ., ' ( i;r i' - :t . ' - ! r V.r vd t. OVi i. would v. V iimon of .t -o K.! ' I. . 1 .. .1 1 ..r i 'iiiL':i!,- n.iti.'Ut wh n ;ie heard Dr. smith !:asi. He aked i.is :' j tate Aid Contracts ut- pat;.-: t to p.-t ort of the dental thai! ;tS.2. 19.044.47 i horn.' II.'Hm mii r. I'harb ' and vt the : .1 . ! hl 1 eou'..; sr. mm :". i:d I-!. A-:..:a''' in t; '.:::li.: r.i ! t - ! It- S -::th ui.tii he j 1'.. found I'r J ' ;-i i !i '. als( in tin j and touetlier !' 'Total Receipts.. ;.! el th.- .--trii Iv-n ; i :.d nii-dieal, aai (:d:ed wh:l.' P :J2."i,62:l.S2 $;!;Jt5.199.S; -v. ti.r v. I i 1 t 'i '.'1 - !;..! .1 ::ti'I ;v. 1 v. .: - i 1 th. oho; l .1 iiini J ID iU! vj hlai t' .a i I .!! V. a : ,M ,V. .: .: . Sa.:;h ha- ' na . the il. . is., 'a! of ha: all- d of fniot j. , i;;ty ; I ,', who Were de) iendei ; i hi 111 'O!' their Slase. He w... a cat :.ortsnl.ul. -.p.-tujiti e y 'l'ovslii)s : r-ui-.!:,..-r at eitiier tin ner or tai (in an Accounts jil lc 'Total 52.7t;2.0:i $,!SS,9!1.S'i DISIUKSKMKNTS i 1. I he late ,'Vel!in-V I ill t'lll'll . tug from eat iy t.ioi :. tia I , , u.. ... bi-hlv i. i"-"' "-' . 4.t lie- it. W'' .-ta'tl. a !; an i i. - Hni, '"' it 1;.;:m-i".i. Hi e - ..I ta-' .!. ;: rti. 1 w a-- 1 ;.! that he i a ::.! ; : . ; ..t;-. Ai- m a 1 eti Jo the ii". : e .....e, a:.'i ,1 1 a - .fa .. d el the i.ieei:, 1 was .-ItU.h over i:ie muuui wiili a .in. and i i !- J't li 1,1 i:.e lili sell- 'e-S. t. ha! es t v. h I tt.i.'i u:n'o:iseio'is. t -a, -t a fhiloMiidter who te -iuM- i ilclisoll ii ;he !;.- of a lar-e ii;a!e of : . a tics f reok ! i. i'ds. and a Into itizeu. ! Marh ill- A-ai:.e!,:eiils for the Inr.eral havi ; of pi r i ),e. ii laaile at this only hour. ' Ut it ii 'ife-ui .ed lh.it .t will he h I ... if V i iil'lel lleell. ' .Mi in roe i.n ., 2.ti'.t').!S .'5.701.9.) fio:.46 4.729.0C !l5.!lti 191.15 i i.i. i'. v. i.t i:il' o t v i I'leiilv ol I 'bailee. "Have 1 aav rhanee to rise in 'his man of h.s I NeW Sillelll . -sillily lkiiire 4.2i!5.:!1 Vance.... 5.I521.02 .s;tion?" aki t a you .,,.,,.11',. he.. ii ... .... t ..... "V. , 1 iliinb iim li.'ive n nweri"il 1 " ai , n, -i -i4.i ii.ii i .i. . . .i 1 . .-,........ - latile of Ibis l o.a,e Ma. i.een ' :"L" ' Construct in New Koad Contra-tii: U ) 1 1.1. , ' , i 1 , t I , ri , i , i , ' i " i , 1 1 . n, ' j I,', 'ill tt " $ ;15.:52G.05 eeil i I'i ui. i t!u axv.i Kr. i ;a ,sc. I "I . i i s v. :, a I ' ... I H)V II .r. this et..!';t:iili ,U tills lire if !.: ..ear, -:: th.-." 'Si;iie T. W. Sei ie.t lel.au i. ed, ,1 leW d.l ixn. "I:i my opinion the i. (pit- ai jjLe.ii:. a -eiiais l!y ,1, 1 h..e i e.a.i t i ll a -o,i I I '.' y h.r. i i a e 1 .i sii'.' iat,: I"- an-.- thi we: e r!':.nd l.i' o'.l ! : ... . I I' 1 i, i.l ' ,! ,1'. lee ... , d CENTRAL orru METHODIST CHURCH ..tl lai ( ,, -I ua- i c' in ;.;iiv v. h i s! of I .1 tn 1. 1. .. la. M !i .... il l.lay '!;,' to la. il,, .1 r! ' 1 , I'-.- 111 !:! Ol iUe ll i.ull 1 ,.e '.:e a i., V ,: 1 , i : . '-.ihtnoi.s." M ;, - w. hi-ii I ol l.a it is an . 1 1 v ai ia ale u: ear- ei , ,; !, r in tae ,i:,d l),n -i:: on the , ,-iv Yea: 's niii; n.ns;, fit i i ii, at y nr. s ii.it I ;. a n 'I the I'. . mation as an that tii. it, , ill be oil imiih si'.'li."' . "and the lluteh M-ir.oni . ') vrnny. .My motlier wati n--d it v ! w ar. 1 1 always have. Wc h.iv novel known it to lail." 'i.ll Ml, I.- I I a i.i i . I, ! ol' ' .raekvin Highway 47,155.88 J Wilniiiiv'toii-Charlottc, l'ro.j. i fi.:V.9.07 I Wilmiiiotnn-Cliarlnttc, l'roj. 29 & :19 2 1.'".S.7 1 i.M.iiir.ie-I'ai:,..,,!,! i:l,.T?2.C5 Mnrvhville-Kuto 2:!."SS.(lfi ! I.ane.vster Road. fi.122.M7 i ! Stark Koail 0.7s:i.25 iMoiit -Vi iMiiiv'ton .. 4,0"7..!5 i .M.-irshvil e-AtiMHi 4t5.5 j.Morsran Mill- .r:..995.74 i i 'ro iilefee .'1S.W.51 ICtienVil j !.;r,v if. i Alltioell llliil Wesley ( liain l Ma!--!. i; Mive lirmich I.oi.ii.t!... Mil! I,v.ad :220.2s 5.!i57.5i) !Sii.75 4.7ti!'fi ".'in.!;:! I" I i 1 :e- ei ..lar... :l woi It a: of l!i! f-2(i9..'.01.7S f w Thh- .-.'. s-riiie .)l.-e V I' TM 1 i n it !jdaii'i laj : iii tai ;e v.', ' a k e i liis o : "It's an the 'Snni; .- '.'- la nan auav .tfon h:;s ii lO'ii... il to I A v el y .-ii h ( hild ii, 't e i I'i'iiiliti il tillie. Hi- our .sjiujulliy and our Kinceri e may soon be ahle to hi I'a.i i. t'. r. at ti .money loi: Ni:t.ii'i:s i-h mat with Ui. I For the last several weeks the prayer mee'int' .services have ccnler ! ed around lessons from the Hook of i James. This scries of studies will cl' se next Wednesday evening. The pator has announced that various organizations of the church will have 'charge of the praper meeting serv (Jciteral Kiiinl I'aid Cnntractors from State Aid 0:1.810.79 $ 1S,,-,!):I.1S Total Disliurscinciits .7387,2:11.80 Jl;iiti-ts to Sjieinl a Hcnhcil Thou .ii,,t l-'iieint inn I n.l it llti!.. The I'.aptist centenary fund will ! i'' for a few weeks. The follnwinK . . . , . .... I li.,v 'i 1 rou rl v tktiati nnninl n mil' pive generous i.id to coioreii isupusis. .r. ' ' . Over twenty thim.-aad dollars a year of Woman's Board of rf Wesley of Men's for five years will be spent in financ ing institutes and Iiilde. schools for crilnted ministers which will he lai'uht by picked men of Hip while rluirch: bill the main apporpi datlons, t'o'iiiwini; the tisutil policy of this de-iio-iiiitaMon. will aid work done by th neKroen themselves. Twelve thousand a vear for five years is set atiide for colored missionaries ir the y - jj McRae, 0IM of our Kood laimMitM: and ovr I , , wife of one of our most thousand will bo Kiven !' '"; j raithful officials, died at her ho.ne schools owned and operated by col-1 .. ored Ha pi 1st s. Feb. 2 In charge Missionary Society. Feb. !) In charge of Stewards'. Feb. 16 In charge Philatlua Class. Feb. 23 In charge Cla?s. March 2 In charge of the Choir Hank balance. 1-1-21 . if 1,730.09 Total WSSGl.S!) ASSKTS AND LIABILITIES SIX MONTH .Jl'I.Y 1st TO DECEMBER 31, 1920. 1,730.0!) 30,500.45 after days ot suffering. She was . .v.' . .ui r .i K. 'tfiried Wednesday afternoon by the In addition 'his one of the beRt , Br()ther g f n in the white church. Dr. O. L. , ' bereaved the Bapiist church. The bereaved husband and family have the sympa thy of the entire congregation. Re member them In your prayers. men llailey of Texas, has been made sec- Tiary of the commisdon on negro theological education. A fund of at lenst two hundred thousand is to be rai.T'd for a seminary which ihe white church will pre.ent to tne colored r)(10, attendance In several months communion. One feature of this at sn(ay School last Sunday . Sever movement Is the "good-fellowship , a, new nipnihfMSi The Sunday School meetings" so snocetisfiilty held iti a ! prnmiSPa to be a biij surprise to pome number of cities through the South. jof mlr pp0,,i. Better get In it before Ai these meetings, which are largely , l( get3 t00 far allPad of you attended by both races, while and blark discuss the application oi Christian principles to daily living which alone can Insure permanent m1 peaceful ricinl adjustment in the Smith or elsewhere. It will be recalled that in the great concerted move in Att'tila a few sen tnr a rpvivnl III evrrv Ban- t c' arch in liie city, while and j Sunday School at 10 a. m. colored ffslors sorted cn Ihe samej Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. committee!!, prcbed and prayed In , by the Pastor. You will reclve a wel--,rM,r. fburche and worked ! tome to all these S"rvlce3. If you fHiA- r-r -r.-'vi in which they 'have no cht:r-h home, we want you all had so much at puke. Sunday evening attendance was the best or the Conference year. Lot's ge out of the small town hab it of going to church only once on Sunday. to worship with us. ASSETS Bank Balances . Due by County Sheriff, Taxes Township Deficits: Buford i, 6,2G9.40 Goose Creek 9,700.05 ';): son 1885.87 Lanes Creek 951.38 Marshville 2,382.10 New Salem 1,306.65 Sandy Ridge 4,779.71 Vance 8,439.89 i$!eis.j..u: General Construction A pet 32,546.82 Stockade Construction '.. 6,467.05 New Ronds Construction: Jackson Highway 100,800.40 Wilmington-Charlotte, (Vance) 11,740.46 Wilmington-Charlotte, Monroe & Marshville. 23,308.71 Monroe-Pageland 22,405.56 Marshville-Euto 28,512.04 Monroe-Lancaster 6,122.37 Stack 10,183.25 Monroe-Weddington 4.077.35 Mflrshville-Anson 2,205.24 Morgan Mill 73,895.74 PAGE EIGHT Providence 38,87.51 Coieord 32,820.28 I .aw vers . 5,957.50 Antiot-h and Wesley Chapel 986.75 Marshville-Olive Branch 4.769.8C leemurlce Mill Road 590.63 807,389.65 Equipment 27,930.79 (:lice Furniture and Fixtures . 1,163.65 Real Etate Owned 1.200.00 Capital Surplus or Deficits . 35,147.30 Total . $548,970.85 LIABILITIES Bonds Outstanding or Proceeds ..1484,494.96 Surplus Funds. Townships: Monroe 11,262.37. Accounts Payable. Porter & Boyd. County Roads . 24,921.65 Porter & Boyd, State Roads, to Dee. 31, 1920 18.282.71 Miscellaneous Accounts Payable 9,557.67 52,762.03 Federal Aid Funds On Hand. Due Contractors 451.29 $548,970.85 THE old Egyptians were famous bread bakers of their time, but their baking ability was confined almost exclusive ly to bread. It is different with us for we specialize in all the good things a modern bakery produces. Our Pi ies v are particularly appetizing and in such variety as will suit any taste. Even if we do say it our selves, the best of home cooks can't beat them. They are an ideal dessert to place on any table. Quality and cleanlmua art .h: (win mottoes of this bakers at all timet. to Bread 10 & 20c. Pay no more. Monroe Automatic Bakery. JACK HERNIG, Proprietor. The Music of the Motor Our auto repair experts know when there's a false note In that humming sound, and that false note lnenas trouble ittiless it's corrected. After we've repaired and adjusted your en gine the music of your motor will be liarmonloiH and charming. Be on the safe side let ns examine your motor mechanism regularly. J. H. McCLELLAN At Secrest Motor Company. BUKuiiBmiiiiHaiBKiuuiiiUKsaaiiB A Limousine Appetite on a Flivver Income. When It comes to riding, you can not ride in a luxurious limousine when your income decrees that you must be satisfied with a flivver. But when it comes to eating, you can eat to satisfy a limousine taste with a flivver income. We do not refer to the site of the meals you eat, but to the 5 quality and tastlness of the victuals that make up those meals. I The most, expensive and rare foods are not always the tastiest B and most enjoyable In the quality of the foods you eat will be B found the secret of the their tastlness and in the way those foods pj are prepared for serving. Our service to our patrons does not end with the fulfilling of II their orders we strive to help them get the best results with the foods they buy at the most reasonable prices. We study food values and we study how foods can be prepared to taste well in fact, we offer a service that means the satisfying of v J A LIMOUSINE APPETITE ON A FLIVVER INCOME. Try our store for the greatest amount of the best quality at the lowest price. T. C. Lee & Son S GENERAL 'MERCHANDISE S PHONE 356. to iliiiwiimnaMHWiw Brevity the Soul of Wit. "But there's one thing I can't un- The landlady of a well-known Ca- derstand," she confided to a friend, nadian boarding house always made "and that is what an American jren- a point of asking departing guests tlemsn put In the book after atop- to write something in her Tisltors ping here. People always smile when book. ?he was Tery proud of it they read it." of the people whose names were In "What was It?" queried the other, the volume, and the nice things they "Just three words: 'Qouth tho eaid. i raven!'"