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EIGHT PAGE? wmiiis ia: boai:i mammoth r. s. iii:u.iulk U;k.uty of thk t uepe myrtle pay yoiu money axd l;i:nl(.tir AIUHT PEFI-ATIOX' COl.LAIF (l 1IT U.K. IIP TAKE YOl'K CHOICE ;Old t'a-hion Himrf Tree IVrulur l Special INoticey J. Wanamaker, I VLIi-til of AmmM. 1 'mil inued friHii Ikv On. hail t'.MI.m At Utkm, I lurui let : war iim w h :i Cerm.ii war!a-s ir lSonl IV.Iiry 'tiiifiiL Hull and rvi.liw.w shook . . . , ... ' .. l.o,k th whole town Today con- ""r tr1 rile t:e nl ani iiVHvMe. euwio.i u so i.rat thai it wrecked whkU our mothers um J to have ia l.d.ral Reserve Boatd policies ia 0 an ara a n:ile square, the fiont ard. like other thing of ii'imruon .m prut- ana rurmirj jjni. IK.,a!;4 assert thai the delation are -cynical, cru.l and iuev- .,r.h,n ,.,,. ,., hurki h. fore ar.v - . - - . One cent a word each Insertion. Cir souiii should hr h-u Eerv- Out of tbr ;ame al Fifty tir May in Till .iiMt) Aulhotitu lMa- . . . 1 n 3 l'oK Mil.hr II car. nxr t an II A.lixe and Mill Make. Ever sine Ir. Osier made the' much misquoted remark about men!- kiMiii:rr, in gaunt Kliaw. A bar. gain Mr quick Mie. , reM lor IV. the ether days, wnu to have s.oiie ivond their period of useful FIFTY HEAD well-broke horses and niul. Will exchange or sell ou easy terms. Fowler Lee. i-usablv " and constitute "financial ty- name or explosion was seen or heard. o:it - t--aitn. Now and tncn jou activity ai forty, the discussion ha ranny and commercial criminality." Thl, brk. u'halxes of the ZK I reach- will e one where years aso nun rapine a to how old a man may J. S. Wannan.aker. president of the ed thr wa,,.r a..arv a lnll aart. The lo n. A few dats a... ,lJ MlU srab " " Auierkan Cotton Aviation, chars- ,,.nr,i r.1Uion of the imhlic of Hull ,k .... or already useful ac- d TuUa, before a jo.ut coUKrea- u ,ha, ,h; fommanaer of the airhi;. , w , kT lV"- A"? ,,h-rl.1,,r"0" nciial asrk-uiture commission. The acfomllllhrj r-markaMe (.at of ,,,-,'J l'ljw ich had be.n a h-wi.e- alioiii which men dispute, boih ide IXR SALE At a bargain, oii Ch rolet maiKier and two touringiw Secrrt .Motor FOR SALE One Auburn Beauty Six and three Maxwell 5-iassenger cars J. W. La Dev. Ast- DIAMOXDS and JewelryA full line to select from A. V. McCall. Etlt SALE A HuHiHble; worth ikf what jou ran buy it for. et iet Jlotor tt. in- tuard's methods, he added, are "heap- DraVrry in di rtuu the descnt of stead in the days of his youth ins ui told in the I mt.-d Mate at ,nt. M, ,hal it fen j.0 t:lt. J( ,,,M. ,3,,.;,. ,Iton ni memory. mr rxprnse oi an ri ii.ia'ivn. water int. ad of in the crowded Sl'.akmt;. he said, of agricultural jitr,.t!,. iroducer. the winuss a-,n.-d the (, ma4 a nio::i-i.t of terror for the federal board and tank were re- ........i.,.., .h,.n . ,ii,aier .le.urr.-!. MHinsitilv for the neral puce de- l-oile in the street rushed iuaU! to rl'lie. The board s .esure st.ll was r.ii ii iliui (he masixe w reek t-iiiS exerted upon "barker., who are mil,(, ,ai, ,.,.1 alJ rril!Sh h, m Tne af-aM of their shadow, who may find vvror ,all wav , however. 1.1 horror ;ill thelt l.'iiiis call .i hy the r. ixt t!. . .iu:;.ed Into the middle !;!. 1:-- :ti a !!;;. ..t.. and i.:r.' n--t ( t; rtxer near the corjHraiiof. pier. . 1 - : fs onteis. .ueovi.n.rt 10 .vir. where a white haired codly old t a:i used to s:t and sins "Wlun l e b.-en there len thouai J ais. ilii.ht shiuiu as the sun. I e no e das to si UK Cod Ta''. Than when I rirt In gun." T'ie tai.t'.el wild thiiu may lie luht or both sides ront. for all depend upon the man In an article in th." Saturday Ev ruins rort a w riter on the subject of "The Iun:erous Ate." savs that jou must fet "fixed hetore fifty or you are a toner. Now. there is old I'm ele John Milton Uruswell of Marsh ville. ihe story of whose life appears in this paper, what you sot to say ahout him? He can't plow and (rub weie like he once could, but he is is happy 1 . xx ho . OIIIIIO ,1 -. !;:! . No t hanee of eie l::rin . the tall of the aitship l.l.s 1. mii i. aii aliout the idace win re and successful as uii old man and , . 1 i....i .....1 sood iieithbor. and what have we to :.. o.:i- ie. 1 ...... ...... ... . .. . , .. nun tt'toui. 11 r Maun iui mr wm If :i .kU I'll' eo.ir'ii. 1 1 . ...... r.. he r... rx. tio..r.l in. !.!. ! t. e ov x X..ie l.l."Vil oM r Ie. I M.I waiKeu as uieir o . . beyond fifty. ,., .i akir a t!:r .Uu. ;ar.iein:t- ueseiii. ,. :, lm dilated upon the cares a:a he had the srit in youth he can have MM " '"! tU.it pemmiei !i. "'!. a.u d 'xx n i:.:o t o-rixer. when Mr) ,,ir ,ava jay .A it aow. and j:it watch the way some ne. ...v .! of tw.lxe UI....I-MTS. noli!!- ' - ' " " !"'la-' . ., .,.,.! , t Kv .. .. of Hit m Ko at it. The rolowini! ex natxd fom the xa-io-s district as All who jumped Mom the f.;l:r.a " 4 '..,, (v ainpks are from Capper's Weekly repieeiitatix.-s ot indasirx instead 01 ta't lost in. tr n-. i: r.a.i n- - -" W hat will xou he doinc In your l.niiKivs who slum! I be api'OitU' d hx chano for e-cape. 10: t!: v.;:t. r v.as v ,.,, ,. e th old house I..1J ., ace? Will xou lie siitinu on the the Pi.si.l. nl and confli d by the ''i.xered xxi::i hurninc -asoi:ie a:u! A oakj olJ !roll, ,,ol0i,. strokinK oi:r whit S.i..ti.. Fur' her. he sussestvd. that " at trotn tiie teiM.n. xxr-rMs . , . ,iU hair: Or will you he active, power- the eoi-imision reeomineiid the in- xxa so n.'eiise t..at . x. :i tn.-r. s. 1.. rs fl alllj a leader? Most of us have vtait 1 eduction j,i F. d-r.il Ueserxe ' xperienced the ir. at. st iiini. ii.tx in st.o,j settunei ou uir spoi ' ,he false notion th:it old ase n.-cessi- ruiscoum rai-s to a basis of 31-2 rmi. i.uu Mr son;- tr-te. I .arses. w re the bis fiont sate had l- n. tales inactivity per ceiu on Liberty loan Colla'. ral. traw.. rs ai d smail 'vats thron:M iUJ ,h,r, ,.,.,pj ,;0 oilier landu.aik The Earl of Uncle. P4. is rounding "The Federal Reserve hatikin svs- around the debris wi'.Sins to render .. -11. re Ut his 8th year of service in the teni. creatxd to serve the people, by any possible as:-t;:ic . ' " ' ,1 . .. ,. House of Lords, alons with 8-year i., ,..1. ini.-.u.i,.n ti. .1Mx- Immediately uM.r the disaster, is wneie uie uouse ...e r. i5arn,.. Pverslv. both extremely !e servants of the system." h as- telephone niessiu came from dis- fr !.,e i the crepe myrtle tree that a,-tiye. Compared with these Enslish vrexx- 1:; the trout yard. And so 11 politicians, fenator Louse, 71. is a ....... o.l -If. ..nllxe uill r.....lt.. Ih. tUHCeS UP tX II. ' V l.llieS ... ..... ui:ii .1.. fluted that the people had fell dollars a National debt bo.rowed in uuake shock, inrl ited dollars." " Trice declines that have been ef- .EASAT !' E CAMPERS lected lately, he d.-clared. would nit, help ronsiiniers. because "Ihey have for asricu'tural prod.i repornns at! eartSs- HEAKD KEY. E. h. Mil.AKIY 1. t t fitrlill . : ,u do but combine and reduce Continued from -ie one ,4 tt ..,..) a a messenger from younsster. o is enator Uillinsham , " . . - , r,sr, 77. and Senator Culberson. SS. Only uie past, a re.mue, ,(1 ... -.Tncle Joe Cannon. 85. Is a real rival. Ions jjor.e. ef features sne to d'ist. l( . nave all ll)ea of ,-etiritis Hut here is what the Progressive when you are 60. consider the ex ... nf Hi rrene mvrtl. : I'loitS by old llien: x.omniouore y anuermit uiu not oe- All over the South now. the l..os- rome a sreat railroad kin until he I p:i 1-ction so low in the future that week of Mr. and Mrs. Pl.m.mer -r- . "; - was 70. At SS he was the most ac es will rive us some martin of Stewart at their sumn.. r home on tiie neautj lV .7. '. five railroad man of his day. l.rort' viu! bt us pay our debts." 'Jinitl Couple liiu.ll M-ide Happy. t Kvoiii the Statesville Landmark Last Tuesday about three o'clock, a timid loouins boy au.l a . d look ins sirl xasid in:o the resister of deeds' ottice xx here they were re qi.rsted to make known their wants, but their xwints were hard to make pui'lic, and the yonm man stepped oxer to on- of the otliiv assistants and in a tr-mbliiu liisper aske.l it the Catawba rixer. Socrates besan studyitiK when he was 80. Fastuer discovered his bia cure after he was 60. Columbus between 50 and 60 made music hydropho- tunate eiioush to have tiiem. ii xou Miss Massie RSaketiev is spendins "axe no crepe hijui.. " jo ins the we-k in ChaMot'r. .mounds why not decide now to set Miss Nel Hastv will i-axe soon for some sprouts from a neishbor t.us Red Spr;nss to e'nter Flora McDonald r els. order a few trom some collese. nurser, i.ia.i . i.f,. , his first voyases of American dis . ...1 m .. i'a. 1 u -...... A we have often said before, if ..11. a:.u .:is. r lias uu . ...e .... . i 1...... t 1,11 .1,.. nr., ... ar.v other section of the liuted ii-.c n-.'.i.d .:..-1; to their home Slates had a xirtual monopoly of there. M.iishxille i Iiim.I I jit till x . a iree as bea'uirui as tne crepe mjrne and as easily crown that section would soon become famous as "The The Marshville school will open j al), l)f (-r. pe Myrtle." Why th. n Momlax, Aus. The follow itm . tl s'oni, make use of co.ild be had there I'ach. rs Itax.- 1 11 secured and will opportunities In this respect? The arrixe the last of thi: First srad- M:ss .1 sta.l. . Mis- Mis Week Mat Cora Lee Ni Ada Faivclotli, Third srail Sli (In, an. Fourth and lower tifth srid.-s. Mis I.es-ie I'jxler, Minetal Sprinas. I'pper tilth and siih sraib Kloise liuilisill, Iron Sta'ion. Seven and French. Miss Eunice Watson, lioxoh.'l. Hish school. Miss Sarah Lee luarriase I ,ci ns. jmd r-i . ix.d an aitiruiatne answer. Th.n en e lh.' n ::esl loll lo tl.1 all- vu.i.,1 ..I.,, li-i 1.. !.e mill,' lllioil-ll MalsllXilit wiih in id it nl! such uara- .seroi ..i,...-. ,h 1 Th.. Mm. ii. nein's 11,1ml on, Top.-ail. seenud partly paral.e.l lor the time Ileitis a:id the bride to be came to tto vtsiiie and readily save the re ,i: . ii i'ai.1. Alter what evidently. m- i, '. ; 1 them a sriielluis cross ex at tion the r-ceued the much d--hh'ii paper, and proceeded across th hall to the office ol Justice W. .1 Larcnbx, v. liich had already been fill ed by an expectant satlieniis. There loo!;ins upon the c owd the coutase mm. I ren.lv nil of tiie 11 i rl llellitt'ted to the sa'n.e resioiis th.it the otitis 'Mardiville iimn'a hnd rem hed an hour nrvioils ai, tl with doxx n-c.i t exes she s lid Muf.-hx ill. he e.inl.lit .-. I i i :i r - r nil!: all ih.it Piano. Mrs. (. . L crowd lookins on. fheroupui the as- xille. senihl.ise was dlspi lied by Sllet itf Alexatiibt. Hut i" the han s.-rs on Equire John H. Winchester c. ..... 1 . ... .1... .1 . . wiio ieiii.i:iie ouis.ue .,, ,. , j ninetx -first birthday y snille on tne x ou 1. man lace in 11 1 .....I. ,1... i.i.i.;,, i.l I' flay III- lll-'-'U "I'll -, on his arm. follow, d by Justice La.- Chapel. A dinner xxa six.i rtihy, pnmd in ;i satisfactory manner r 0f ),,. occa.-ion ami 11 lai. that the desires thex had not in" courase to ask for ha I satisfactorily been gratified. ciepe myrtle xx 111 not uourisn 111 me tlie.-u, ci,,.r elates, north of us. It Is one of Cud's slecial Sifts. Of heaittx U tin South and no other tlowetins shrub or tr.e blooms for so Ions a period, has such a variety of colors and tints, or requires less care. 1 It only one crepe myrtle sprout coverv Voltaire. Newton, Spencer, Talley rand and Thomas Jefferson nil were active and in their intellectual prime after SO. Wh.n Oalileo discovered the monthly and daily vibrations of t he moon. u was 73. There are tens of thousands of otht r instances of peat men who did their best work in old ase. LOST Mattins automobile seat cov er. Return to Journal office. JODS WANTED By youus men who have bern raised to woik. and can do aln.ost any kind of haul work. Some of them have a Junior colb se education. Addtess II. O. I. care Vance L. Secrest. Monroe. N. C. WANTED All your public haulius. Gilbert Davis, at Jotire Hoiel. I'OIJ SALE t lexeland Mx. J iiiimIcI, at n saciilbe. e rCs M. tir '. tOli SALE Or will exchange for farm land, new bunsaiow at Win Kate. E. C. Robinson. UTO l'AITIV(i ami Top lliiil.lins Is our bobby. ..v our work and Itet mr pi Ii es Nei i-est Motor t'i. DON'T RENT a crop until you see A. L. Parker. Monroe Rome 1. Ol K I PHOLSTF.RIM; and Paint Pa imrtment Ik the best, anil our prices are rittnt. ecrest .viol or t o. BRING CS your chickens and egg. V pay the top McCollum Broa. PUBLIC DRAY Moving a specialty; prices reaonable. Residence phons 28-J; store 81 J. W. Richardson. FOR SALE Modern bungalow In first class shape on East Ererttto tteet. Sea W. J. Rudgs. Et)lt SALE Two cimhI use.1 ,Va.. enuer Hiilck car; excellent sbaie. new paint and to. It will )Mx you to liHik ibee over. SerreM Sloior Co. HORSE-fHOEING Bring; your hor ses and mules to the Tyndal place. We shoe all four for II. P. P. Ross A Son. Public Hauling I operate three trucks, one of them the largest In the county, will haul anything anywhere. Can be found at freight depot. Phone 14. M. F. BLAKENEY. Residence Phone 314-J. Monroe. N.C. HAVE BEEN doing team work thi summer. Have some good used wasons we will sell cheap. Fow ler : Lee. IF YOF WANT TO Ul'Y or trade for an automobile or tractor, get on your traditiK clothe, and come to see us. Secrest Motor Co. FOR SALE Several hundred cords of pin wood at 13.50 per cord de livered in town. Give me your or der now for your winter supply. Jack HernU. FOR SALE One good building lot on Everett St. Good residential section. Terms if desired. A. W McCall. Unci-:. Richlatids: Mi-s Oil Hood. Matthews; If. 1. Hisueis. Matrix ille. School music, Mrs. F. V. Ashcraft. Conliileotiiil I11I01 illation Didn'l Alarm the Editor (Mroin th? Marshville Home. I Have you ever had a friend to come wen. set out In everv Southern farm- to yon with confidential Information? Iis er's yard this fall, that action alue That is the kind that was wlspered would not only help beau my each in- to tne eaitor ot 1 ne Home last weeK dividual home, but would aiso co lar by a friend who had heard that cer toxxard makins the South "'The Land , tain foil; had declared It their pur of the Cr.-i.e Mxt'tle." Is it not pose to enter a business boycott Expression, Mi Whit- Hart. II. Marsh- ir Wesley in hon- crowd of thi wa. present ,te- Monroe M.uket. Cotton lone staple Cotton strict tuidillins . Cotton - middlins Esss cnitiea F'.css h-ti Spring chickens H-:m Corn market dull at . . Butt ch s: -r at-' family corin.ction ami friends Carlisle, S. C. Mrs. W. L. Mutes b-av.-s th to xi-it her son, Mr. L. T. Mot xi ii.-. in Norfolk, Va.. where li worth dolus? against this publication. Ihe gentle- 1 man tiiust haxe been In error. At Ke-l nion ol Pteacliel!. ProiM'seil. ! 'e w ill have let an lenient of ' .. , . . , . m ; doubt linser until it Is either verified Mineral spnnss Aus .0 -Mr A. L. Helms and tatuily o, thip.ex. M..;vl,.e , ,,,,, coml,llllliIy we have had are sp.i.d.ns some tune with Ml . ,,. , ()f ,,,,, bov,ot 1 1 ' . ins eai'ins, ..11. (tun ..us. i. Wile-luster. The trip was made by a-.no in two .lays ami tm-y r.-.oi ,, ,,., nilsumlerstandins ...o l r.-ads tuos ol the way Mr. Wl. ,, U W(, , , .1:,!, says the boll weevil is .. tj , , , , , I .on,,, iit cond.i.o.is s.-neial.y a.e x m fmm, (vt...11!iltlv,. ""''"'u"tL. ,, , vx-i.. ritien, but It is Inconceivable thai Misses Kathleen and Hernice Win- .,',,. , ..,... and " -' ne 11 "i uii.. 1 j-i iiKi live individual citizen in his rishi i threat, tied. Some were for political reasons, (ithers came throusli a inls- FOR SALE Six-room bunsaiow in first-class condition; and some nice building lots. C. D. Roberts, tel ephone 208-R. ni'GGIES AND HARNESS at prices that will attract you. Fowler Lee. t.lYK I S YOl'K OICDEH for 11 Biikk Four. We ran deliver yon one next month. When better automobiles are built. Hiilck will build tlicni. Se re-t Motor Co. HOFSK MOVING If you have house to move or raise hisher, it will pay you to see me. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Jas. S. Helms Monroe, X. C, Route 1. KINDERGARTEN WORK Having studied carefully Froebel'g method of kindergarten work. I have de. rided to take a limited number of pupils in my home on East Wind sor street. Mrs. A. M. Stack. SAMPSON TRACTORS. Oliver plows mid liarroxxs. If you xximt to buy or trade, come to see us. Secrest Motor Co. xisitins in Cluster "6th rot:''' wind himself up in such lx-L'l 14 .25 13. no I'ickiiiK 011 the Lawyer-. 1 From the Catawba News. I The Staiesxille Landmark says: s and is in ' The first expression of dissust M.ss L-;!a Ma- bllsilie-s. Mi.-s Viola Pok is spemiiiis wt-.-k nd at Carlisle with ln r tiielid, the iiiii'iimis as to threaten a boycott naltist a paper because it has bestin an open and timely enmpaisn nsiiiiist vice and immorality In this commun ity. If a man should rush into 11 bum ins school bnildins and rescue a It-;.. I. ...1 " I'lUIIU. .., .1 1...I..I... . .1.11.1 I... 35; heard from a lawyer, but he was not s.,. board of Monroe baseball team-;; ' h w or. m-sso cott 1" '.'' in ' - hatl '? l'-ed Mneral Spri.iss the 24th. Re- "'""Z 1 Id the .arn . H to 6 In favor of Mineral, undertakes to arouse fathers and mothers to the daiisers that lurk in FOR RENT Four room house with water and lights. T. H. Simpson (iOODYEAK, (.OODItlCH, l iiestone tires mid tubes, It pays to buy the best. -Sinrest Motor Co. FOR RENT Most up-to-dnte garage and sales room in Monroe. Thlf building It located corner Main and Crowell streets, opposite the postofflce. Modern In construe. tion, the sales room having plate glass fronts on both Main and Crowell streets., Tile floors, and in other word, an ideal building. Gordon Insurance and Investment Company. 40-60 cheated,'' savs a report of a niurd.-r ,i it 50-75 trial in which a x.-rdict of not guilty Springs. ft.l' u-.. ...,. en ...I d..iti. that luu-l'H 1- f..... r . . i.i.ii.eu. o.... jneie is a mux euiem un i 'modern vice liens and In th nerlls to 35 are in business to help cheat the law build as manv as four tents for! !""rr", "'PuPA" ... .1, ... .... ..... i ,..,.,;., ... ..,., ,,1 ,. 1 ., , . ... . ,... ...... nidi emiaimer tne viriue ll(l cimruc- "an" ,,... T ' ' X of their daush.ers. should it bejFOIt SAI.K A Ford Coiite and Fonl ... V , ' " " " ' v " '""' . . ?. ,.,.. i resented in anser by people living In1 lUcer. Secrest Motor Co. vi-L 7; , ! n . .he ss.n.e.viiie . T , ' l a civilized country. In the midst of We do not b.-liexe the Matesville ,inns the whole week. schools and churches Somebody ev- Landmark ought to have made such Rev. Mr. Bxron is endeavoring to h"T V.,.."''... j a a 1 a I "',' 111114111111 lll-U II U I I I IT 111! RUUUl Colorado Utah California Western North Carolina Michigan KEDl'CEI) SUMMER FARES vU SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM FROM CHARLOTTE Xow on Side Final Limit October itlst Liberal StoSvers Convenient Schedules Attractive Service Inquire: IL II. GRAHAM, I). I. A. West Trade St. ?i tie. X. C. the threatened direful and destruc tive business boycott of The Marsh ville Home. a broad sweeping charse asainst the ,au. the custom fixed to have a re- lawyers. It ia true that we find too union of the Union county preachers many lawyers who disregard th 1- annually on the third Sunday in Au emu oaths Ihey have taken to up- uust. It is said that there are over noia tne law, out e uu inn ue.ie.e twentv-nve preacners mat naxe none The old- time sentleman who con r the the lawyers "generally h.-lp to out from this county scattered nd ,eoT,. cheat the law, i three or four conferences. A iuc-,.,, hllf ,h. ha, ,.,, , x.,a or ,M..e, ,..,e cessiui meeuiis ..as jus. . .rs-... nn(, ug of wha, wag bu, ,g nQt .11 couri iie-s uiil anil m lameu a.wi. lnr Itreaiesi itl.-s l.l.l Ul 1111s iuiii- and a shyster ousht to have the mutilty is, will the proposed building lisht turned on him and here Is 0f an up-to-date school house be where the profession suffers the ready for the fall session.- Sub profession as such does not have a scrlber. house cleanins and kick out the shys-, w aa If ah oVit t r A r A defendant, no matter how bad he NOTICE OF '''VJ'JlT'l w A is. has a rlsht to be defended in sessmkt ROLL. I ci - bx- his attorney and an honet To all property owners and others at 1 will not help to cheat ti- concerned : TAKE NOTICE. j la. . We verily believe that there ar Vou are hereby notified that the more honest lawyers than there are governing body of the City of Mon-! shyster lawyers. If not, then surely roe has completed the assessment roll ( we have fallen on evil days. j lor the local improvement made on ' South Hayne Street from its inter-, ,m section with Hudson Alley to the cor-! Pi-ofiteeiinit on Coffins. Ipoiate limits of the City of Monroe. A Chlcaso district attorny who' Harden Street from lu intersection claims discovery of th,e operation ol Hh Hayne Street to South Church a coffin trust in this country, has Street, South Church Street from Its instituted a "Nation wide investlua- Intersection with Harden Street to a lion" Into the matter. He has gone point about 150 feet south of Green to Washington and New York to gath- Street, and are furthermore notified er further evidence. He claims that 'ht the Board of Aldermen, which Is he is already fortified with facts In-, the governing body of the City of dicatlng that the "trust" has been Monroe, will meet on Mondny, the makliiK as much as 3.000 per centj &'b day of September. 1921. st 8 profits. He Indicates that the "most o'clock, p. m.. In the office of the profitable field Is in the foreign-popu-l City Clerk of the City of Monroe, for lated districts of the cities where the the purpose of hearing of allei atiops profits have been so enormous that nd objections In respect to sal-1 spe six or seven funerals a year show cial assessments, good returns on money Invested. As i Vou are furthermore notifl.-J that this district attorney does not seem'th assessment roll has been e-ini-! to be making dependence on a con- pleted and Is now deposited in the of grr ssional Investigation, but Is ratheri ne of J. H. Boyte. Clerk of the City determined to conduct it through the! of Monroe, for the Inspection of o!i Department of Justice, It Is possible parties lntrested. that the country may sit back In ex-j This the 17th day of Aug.. 1921. pectation of the forthcoming liters- J. H BOYTE, ture. ; City Clerk of the City of Monroe, N.C. I J. C. M. VANN. Mayor. 1 First Baptist Church Monroe, N. C. SUNDAY SCHOOL 10 o'clock PREACHING DY PASTOR IIL . R, Bl'RREI.L At It a. m. and 8 p. m t SET YOUR cabbage plants now for fall and winter heading. We have millions ready. Five hundred, one dollar; one thousand, one fifty, post paid to your address. Mall us your 'orders. Sprlngdale Farm Monroe, N. C. MR. JOEL BRASWELL. who has been with the Sun Ship Building Co. for the past three years doing expert Oxy-Acetylene Welding, has a position with J. H. McClellan at Secrest Motor Company. FOR RENT Several good farms close In. Lot of fresh land and splendid Improvements. See W O. Leinniond. PKEST-O-LITE BATTERIES are the best by tet. I-et us show you. Secrest Motor Co. AUTO TRANSFER Still gaining new customers daily. You get uood service here and we appreci ate your patronage, too. Just phone 496. Frank Helms' Trans fer. JEWELRY We carry a full line to select from. A. W. McCall. JUST RECEIVED A full line of watches. We can save you mon ey. A. W. McCall. FOK SALE One new top rubber-tire boggy "l harness at a bargain. Secrest Motor Co. R. U. GARREN, M. D. Practice limited to Treatment of Disease of FY15. EAR, NOSE AXD THROAT Office Over THK UNION DRCQ COMPANT. phone as. NOTICE OF I.A.VD SALE Under and by virtue of a power contained In the last will and testa ment of the late John C. Hamilton. we will, on Monday, Sfltli Day of Aug.. 1921. at 12 o'clock m.. at the court house door In Monroe, X. C, sell at public auction to the highest bidder the following tracts of land in Marsh ville township, adjoining the lands of H. P. Bass. J. P. Griffin. J. L. Austin and others and bounded aa follows, viz.: First Tract. Beginning at a pine stump, J. P. Griffin's corner, and runs with bis Hue S. 26 E. 14 chains to a stake in his Hue o neast side of a road 3 p. o. pointers; thence X. 7ti J-4 fc. 10.13 chains to a stake bv 2 pines; thence S. 4S 3-4 E. 20.70 chains to 4 ashe W. bank Lake branch; thence up and down with said branch 8 chains to canal with H. P. Bass s line; thence uu canal his line X. 10 E. 12.30 chs. to mouth of ditch; thence with said ditch said Bass line N. 60 W. 7 dies. N. 40 W. 18.20 chs. to bj. on ditch bank H. P. Bass corner In J. T. Bass line: thence with J. T. Bass line 47 1-2 W. 1930 chs. to the beginning, con taining 54 1-2 acres," more or less. Second Tract. Beginning at a stake in J. p. Griffin's line E. side of a road 3 p. 0. pts. and runs xx ; said line S. 26 E. 16 chs. to bj. by hry. and p. o.; thence with his line 5 W. 3.56 chs. to rockr hry.: thence with his and J. L. Austin line 75 E. 16.20 chs. to stake in Lake hranch 3 ashe pts.; thence up vari ous courses of said branch H. P. Bars'? line 12 chs. to 4 ashes on V. bank said branch; thence with 2 lines tracts No. 1. N. 4R 3-4 W. 20.70 chs. to stake; thence S. "8 3-4 W. 10.13 chs. to the beginning, containing 33 1-3 acres, more or less. The above described tracts will be sold In separate tracts and will then be sold as a whole. Bidding will start on the above two tracts at 11700. Terms of sale: one third cash. one third in six months, and other third In twelve months. Title re tained until last payment Is made) and notes giren for said pnyments are to bear Interest. This 1st day of August. 1921. S. E. HAMILTON. LEE GRIFFIN. Executors. SUck. Parker Craig. Attorneys. TEACHERS' EXAMINATION On August 30 and 31. 1921. there will be given an examination to se cure state certificates for teachers. The professional group will be given luesday morning; the language group, Tuesday afternoon: the sol- ence group, Wednesday morning; the history group Wednesday afternoon. All teachers who expect to teach this winter and have not completed the state examination should take the ex amination next Tuesday and Wednes day. Teachers holding elementary certificates wishing to raise their cer tificates to grammar grade or prima ry by state examination should take advantage of this opportunity next Tuesday and Wednesday. After this year teachers cannot secure the pri mary and grammar grade certificates by state examination. These higher certificates will be obtained by pre senting the required amount of col lege or normal training. The examination will be held at the Graded School building in Mon roe, N. C. Colored teachers will be given the examination at the same time that the white teachers take the examination. RAY FUXDERBURK. Sup?. HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid for Old Mahogany furniture. China, Vaces, Brass Andirons, Screens, etc. Ad dress Box 682. Charlotte, N. C. WATCHES. Watches. Watches El gin, Hampden, South Bend, Wal tham. etc. Just received a full line. A. W. McCall. WANTED Two rooms with bath . and garage, by couple. Box 73. Notice to School Committeemen School committeemen who can have the census taken in their school dis tricts will please call a the office or the County Superintendent and se cure the blanks. It would be advis able to take the school census before gathering time. Please come to the office and secure information as to the changes required in taking the school census. RAY FUXPERBURK. Supt. It Is often the case that the smaller the man the bigger the tombstona that is erected to his memory.