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ru;n n!" At our reu!r;r meeting of the Chamber cf Commerce the Retail Grocerj-men unanimously decided to dc e their stores after this week strictly at 6:30 o'clock through the week and 9:30 on Salurdavs. ZiiWaVll I'SS y.;5 " M i hit rriitnnnnimtt n. . vflHM rufiutKiiWitt, une nice usn Grocer, Five Minutes Delivery. liOCAl. INTELLIGENCE 'huh s "''ar to the coast, was c ut: r.nel en tn:.,-. Mono.- i blow n inland by the rwrnt heavy J. l. liiCi.r.,; .ush ill.-. V O. Har- T TTor,.,- , T ,J 'lld;!- far a Vnown. this is the tell; Lanes Creek. W. L. Thomas. LalCSt IiappCninjS in ana first mil ever m in this section, lluford. 1..- i.iard LatJuii" Jicksou Ov'ia-ior.allv a Florida tomi t. nn Henry Colhu-s; Sandv i;;d:e. J. X. SOCIAL J Around Monroe. a;.t. and Mt. J. p. Cal J. r I ft i hi way north. passes through Mo.i- , Price; Yame. W. 1. liHald; (ioow '--' i.- to. Hot Springs. Ark., lor Solicitor J. c. ItriMilc Rev. K. J. M-II'waic r. : preach at roe. cutouiohiie travel to the South- rees, i. t timm; and .-,v s.i.'em. Waikemillc Sunday at 11 a. m.. and 1 et n retorts having Iwoim- popular. i. Piis-er it l; !ibi tii iU 3 p. in. j A SiTifis-ftVld, 111., wan en route home Mr. Hun Me Se'.l. a w. ll-known ' ?'.6 ,N .lai,"st 1 ' "'"l m"r- h" 1 nis i.nu.ii et''.ir;i: ainii. r lit re. Mr. J. H. ei r. tlie popular Mon- toe auctioneer. ld a Ford rar here M oi. roe naibtT, had n w crop Irish potatner fniin his g;:rden for dinner Tuesday. ! 11 .1 . . .- Mr. John Ful.nwIVr. local ciil 'vrnoun ir a nunumi service examiner, w.' ' Id an exami : ation h re May 7 I. position of i lerk-rarru r nt the Monroe post of ce. IV.rtit Li.;: i can he .-toured from . :m. Mr. J. C. Stroud reptrts havins feen a Fta gu'i Hying low ov-r Mend .iwbrook farm, on the Charlotte road, yesterday. He bt licves the bird. r. tir.. . tin. il... it . i . . . . . - jiuiiiu - oar, uppt aii ,i Ufioie .Ijdne We!.!; in c.'iai Mie Wdr.tsdaj and had thirty-mo lit,;ior .;.--$ from this county postponed until the n- xl ...... .i... . . . . ui I'Hfiaiiuuii, nit ,.onrw ai- I..,.., , I ....... I :.. I r r ' "is iiii.i-u ill uir ii u.i ui j and one dollars. The county's Ford. which w.is wlil at unction last Satur- ua. nrt.:mu jot. a. a kooU price so' On account of ihe dni uhI. d on- cv r iM..v laiiiK. ,:ii on of st iai r t--i.i -.. . i Mr. M. K. I.cl-. hanker and i.ier- hu.idin. tleiewiil l r.e ;. !;. iliani. . , s h.'.-:i ..(int -tl -.ctor at ie .'iou e, t.: ll.il C ,:.: ,.ii,m ! l 'an. v.'ii ihe loHuwiii!; townshiii i!iriiiu... Them!... sum! i., !'( to-r in siif.'.d ihe members of miins v. i:; he held. !'.; in; t-,i" h- yt ;he f, . ,:.ly mail tl.H'trnte who re- ire will toai.iit t-eti:t:. . ai r!i; 1 7:3... H. ; St rand Theatre MONDAY lr. J. M. liluir h:i ui coK iid a I His sweeiheart because he was too dood, so he started out o make old hades f sizzle JESSE L lASKY PRESENTS BRYANT in i Ml SL mm m 7 Qammount picture TUESDAY First National Presents Charles Ray in a l:.i;i t! .s rtav. Ka h-iim- li.irjsavf M.' Char tlie t i.-t ,i Mi.- t'aroline lax.-i vv,-,k. Mr. John Wil oii Fan. y . i,t.ii4u..-il i:t nn informal d.u.. .-;,iurday . nin at ih. home of -v.- tor-Ill . Vr .Hid Vlrs 1 l V, Mivj 11. -i;rae l. in the i:!' t i-iu t t. T!;t.-e danciiij' v.i r-' Mi s lhfrav. . Mary Imie Umvi l.-'iio'a Jior.ie. it-ru Alien IIons- 1 toil. I : I f i. .. I 'ui.L.v ! . .. I II.. . ... A'ri.i Fiance I.Vdip-f n M.u v- l. :ni.. , Mes r. I'.te :; i UaeiorU . Ilarrv Coble. ( ..ilile Wi'U. kis. tit .i '. row, i Sum Yate?, "'j The.!! i of K '.iti'.haiii. John ika. .; i.ti- Fiivli.-!!, as v. Julia Wil.-'fi and McCluin oi .Minn Carolina is ex- 1 ... n. ,.. wen- re.ich this city on hls alinu-' 1;' :M'I "I'd Molie Irenuin s.-rved (iiioi row, coniiii; from Ham-ia ''' ''"'i'"'-1 salad course. Honk was I C!;.:li I ;i. itl ui.lily vn.i.aii who ha- Fai Uv pa-M-i (lie cetituiy mark in a-e. She . is Mis. Namy Sailivan. j-.i.d her ft- ' Mr. Cha'l. Ic-mjn ileli'ufully ia l.2 year. She li es on ti:e (leorje ni' rlained li.- 1'iensiife ('I'll. Iat I!l.ick ll piace, inid.vax between Jei"- iu' dty afteti.e' i . the follov. ii-u sp- iieisou and Ktucland, and It a well- flu I mn-.is kein:. present: Mesdanies i known woman in that section. A few Ueorue Heath. 1. It. lie.l .vine. V.'. S. jytars apo. mid Dr. Hlair, she walk.d TJlal;. my, Gilmer Joyce. C. M. Ited- j to Jefferson, a distance ef Tour or live fei'rn, C. O. Stokes, .. L. Monroe. miles, for her pension, ultl oiich sfie'J"lni llhi;r. V. ('. Cowell. Hoscoe is now ia fe.-hie health. Mrs. Sullivan I'hiiVr. and Howie. Mi:;.es Mary C. lives with lie:- dauir. Her ms.ideii Tyson, l;ut'i Kiissell. :.irv Crow and name was Nancy Dinkin. ' ?; ty Cri.l th. Tli. haiiclsoine Ice- Ilisliop Joseph Uloutit Cheshire of-"1"" llo;-"' 'vas mu ilally lovely with the lnoi-fs- of North Caiolina is ex- "'eoration or io cs. .Misses Jen peeled to al visit loin let with tin? liev. SantoiU L. Hotter . ' l,lilv,'l dm ins the allenioon. Hn Sunday morniii:; the llishop and! , Mr. Uoi.er will co to i. Timothy's Arthur N'ewkirk of Fliiscon:!l chin, h in V.-vv sI.mii mu n. i illuilipton Flient Wi dllt sdav W ith ship, where the Hishop will ofiiciate. , ,l"a I'"1""- Mr. and Mrs. New 'lhey will ret ti in to Monroe in the uf- k"k ,,100'''l t 'harlotte to the au ternoon. Sunday niht at 8 o'clock j to,!"'l"u show the Bishop will hold tvuuing piaveri " and preach at St. Paul a church ad-1 Mls- H,'nry Cro' ''rtained at an ininisteriiiR the apostolic rite of con- lahorat dinner and Kpend-the-day firniation. or the layinu on of hand?, i ,"n l-v Tllllrsda lu'r home on Wash to. any candidates who mav be pre- I i"fcl0" t,,ret'1' in mmor of h,'r hous sented. The work of remodeling St. Si't, Mrs. Jule Ferry of Newborn, it Paul's church Is not yet comuli ted. hbi'AS h('r hir Tne room and but is sufficiently advanced to permit Labu' w,,,e ""need with a variety of the holding of services Sunday I 'al'iflJ r("' crystal baskets. All school will be held there as usual indulged in reminiscencp. repartee, next Snmlav mi.rninir nt in vinnir I an(1 la'mhter. Covers were laid for The New Fabrics plus The New Styles Mi M ' m w i sir, i 5' The woman who sews uiil f a visit to tins store for itl new fabrics are heru in f. i eshing display anti ilure tk'-i '' fe-r mornin service at 11 o'clock, and men's liible class at 4 o'clock. While in Monroe the Bishop will be the puest of the Kev. and Mrs. Sanford L. Hotter at the rectory. WritiiiK in the Greensboro News, Uruce Craven says: "1 went a Ion trip recently by automobile from Trinity to Ashboto to UockliiBham, and thence htrulnlit through Union county to Lancaster, S. C. and I saw nothing but Kood roads, and not any ! of il hard surface at that. This Isn't an argument, but just some facts which 1 ran across. We were skim ming alonjr a specially flue stretch of ! Mrs. Sallie Ulakeney, Mrs. N. S. Oft- butn. Mrs. Jule Perry, Mrs. Hattie Morrill, Mrs. Plympton of Boston, sister of the hostess. Miss Nau Wolfe and Mrs. Kno Harpett. Miss Daisy Belk Kave an elaborate 6 o'clock dinner party yesterday ev enliiK at the home of her father, Dr. J. M. Ilelk, in honor of her attractive (tuest, Miss Huth Mason of Gastonia. Those present were: Misses Ruth ItJissell, Adeline Crow, Annie I.ee, Wilina Green. Vlrj;inia l.ee, Jean Ashcraft, Ruth Macon, and Mesdames II. S. Houston and John Bcasley. enjoy the ltfr ,is inspiration for the smart est of new made-at-home wardrobes riazn and Embroidered Or pandies, Gingham, Voiles in Plain and Printed Patterns, Crepe-y Weaves, Taffetas, Uaronette Satins, Pongees, Foulards, etc. All the most fashionable fabrics, with the aid of the New McCall Style, beautiful dresses can be made at little cost. flaw's A SEW UcCaU Pmum 2117 Lee & Lee Co. Reliable Merchandise Monroe, N. C. "Peaceful Valley" THE STRAND Coming Thursday and Friday CHARLES CHAPLIN in THE KID' .V 11 W1,S 80 BOOU -il'M a'HO entertained at five that I asked where we were and they of brid);0i honorini; Miss Ma- sald Lnlon county, and 1 remem- soll, Thursday afternoon. The fol- oereu mey are navinK quite a hullu-1 lowlm were her quests: Misses Le l b,aU'u'T, ,',a! !own ,h,'r onora Bute, Claudia Sanders, Mary about their road btuldinK and awful (.row Kvplyn Smllhl Mollie Iceman, extravagance etc. I know nothing j,.nllie Unssell. Mary Griffith, Rachel of their troubles, but I will tell thelIlow,e Marv Douglas, Maud Boyte. worhl thev nuve nritiiA pnn.1 t-.,nfta . .... , . . , r. . ...... r. L.i - "" i.unan stacK, i'ai Asucrau, touie i , h Uoilhtlpaa Ihov nut Inn iimnh niul .. .. .. SUiatlCC Oil 1116 lUniDCr , "". .Morrow, i aromie v ason anu .nes-i .. n d nf Wnvli iw who Is the doubtless they could have saved juamP9 E. g. Green. V. II. Wood, Vit- r0i the ere tion of ti e money by waitlnft, and doubtless they Kii Henderson and J C DauKhtiidRe C0"n,I 1 , ! fc , ," of,tm! didn't eel enoueh for their hoiula and ! t! V . ? . i , n 1 . t new llaptist church building hero aiun i m i enoupn ror ineir Donas, and of Rocky Mount. A delicious aalad h . ' . k ,..ntl..v nr.,,r doubtless, doubtless; but doubtless i r0llr, prVed The home wa9 ' r,'8,,me worK 'MonU- a also ihpv un.iiHn't hm- rn,H. irirmlr! ?rya-.., -! r.'L' ....' s, suspension of several months. It is Z . I Ut'MlllllllllV ucvumiru Uii uuui tney man t cone ahead and built theiHjong witn a profusion of rosei i vnuoi or Injured. We hope, however, to have ! hoped that all the superintendent a tood crop of blackberries as they and teachers of the association will are not to be Snored. attend, and as many others as d Mrs. tannic Dennett lias moved 'sire to come. from her home here to Marshville where her son Lilian le has a posi tion In one of th banks there. The Perry Mill Company had a fine lot of lumber burned yesterday ia Xo Xews. A regimental band was about to be organized at one of the war-time can tonments and. after the first r- Lanes Creek township where the.hearual. the officer in chnrre wu& company operates a branch mill, signing up the candidates. About one hundred and sixty thou-1 "Your name?" he asked the troai- sand feet were destroyed. It Is not bonist. known Just how the hre originated. I "Sam Jones," returned the embrjro but It is supposed to have caught from trombonist, some one handling fire carelessly. I "Your station?" The company was carrying some in- "Camp Devens." "Your rank?'' "I know it," sighed Sam. :ciirnat,ion8. win sincerely hoped that the work can roses ana be pu8npd l0 a completion, as the old K.tliaimv la ....... Inn.ln.mnlA M v TT j,t. a. i . . , V.11.1VII uuiiuiu. in ri . i.tiui u uu k. .,':' : .... J " V ,, . . , . . to accommadate the arne Sunday Monroe township, and Miss Annie Ed- Mr. Dewey English of Lumberton , ., hllp.h ...v, ,a, D ,.,,,' wards of Marshville surprised their is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Frank m, fro membership and citizen., many friends Wednesday afternoon , Rose. hnni BnH ... ., na,nlwn.a f- ,h ,,, . ,, 1 ... . . .1111 keeps the work going. It is a .MILiUia May Faust was the gues t J ,, M church ,hat (s no, al) 01 Mrs. I. II. none in nniainui i-, nM(lj lo any when they announced that they had been married on Sunday, April 10, at the Wadesboro Baptist parsonage by Rev. Charles L. Jackson. The bride j this week. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R any community. Dr. J. It. Jerome our village phy sician finds time to go to Sunday Edwards or Marshville nd is an at-! Mr and Mrs. J K. Efird and son. . h , h 8 bh h , tractive young woman of excellent Fay Eflrd, have returned from Albe- ,(hp morn,n(f and art(,ri)00ll as vo!! worth, nuniberlng her friends by her marie where they attended the marri- as to the church services. Thlg is a ....!... it. ll-n..li ' -il. rr.n..l j. f . " lllr "" r"r' ' " ' . 7 . ; . A W . ! . . .. , , 7-7. ! splendid example, and more folks of Mr. and Mrs. J H McCollum. He Mr and Mrs. John S. Lflrd. to Mr.- h , h h d. is a young man of ster ing charaetei' , i 1 ani Henry Morrow, son of Mr. , , , if w and Is engaged In farming They VI I ;.nu Mrs. J. M. Morrow. . nablt y s ,. " ;ously, that If all t:' ciCzens'ilp of I IKH SAXDS OF FF.FT OF , ulig county weie to :) x chinch on WMHKK AHK lKSTIM)Yi:i , Sunday at the fame '.:,: r that there would be sen tin); (a'Miity in all the make their home with Mr. McCol lum's parents. Don't fail to see the "Minister's Wife's New Bonnet." at the court house Friday night, April 22, at 8 o'clock. Ire Causes lilg Los to Perry Mill churches of nil the il-nominatlons to ' Company in Lanes Creek Town- accomodate them, pud yet a large j I Miip. j number of churches have only a sma1' ' 1-ocnl Market. Wlngate. April 14. Wc are writ-1 congregation. Let decide to do l Best cotton 11.25 ing these Items at the solicitation o' j better, close our garages, filling sta ; Cottonseed 21 .the Editor of The Journal and not tlons, barber shops, stores, a fes, etc. Eggs 22Vi!un our own iuititative as your cor-i and abandon our lonfin-. cn.l hang Hams . 25 1 respondent ia such a poor scribe thn'-out places and go vp l i ihe Lovd'al Butter 20 to 25he would not think of volunteering j House and worship. Hens 20c lb. j his Bcrvlces at all. I Rev. E. L. Middlcton secretary o' j Roosters 50c each! The recent cold winds and frost i the Baptist Sunday schools In this; Friers 35c to 40c lb. ! baa played havoc with the early vege-. state and Rev. Arthur Flake w ill be Sweet potatoes 1.25 tables such as snap beans, young i at Meadow Branch church, Sunday Peas $1.50 to $2.00 plants, etc. It is greatly feared that land Monday, April 24 and 25 in in- Turkeys 30c j the entire fruit crop is either killed jterest of Sunday school work. It Is First Baptist Church April 17, 1921 SUNDAY SCHOOL 10 o'clock Ray FunderburU, Supt. Sunday School attendance steadily growing attend ance above :50. We ne kJ 400 Sunday morning. PREACHING at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m by Rev. Joel S. Snyder. Delicious, appetizing gr oceries- - - that expresses it in a nut shell why say more? Lee Gri Y1YI Fancy Grocer 10 M n H B U M