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THE MONROE JOrRXAL. TIKSDAY. OCTOBER tX Ittil.
BOUT r AG 139 P sunn le ARE SELLING THE GOODS CO Excuse us for not giving you a few more prices last week, but we were just too busy to write a line Stocks are complete in all lines at old prices, and a good many things that were bought in August are just now arriving. SO COME ONE AND ALL. You can find anything you want in our Dress Goods Department, and the price is less. See our Big Plaids for making Skirts. The price will interest you. New Shipment Amoskeg Dress Ginghams. All new and pretty patterns 20c yard 36-inch SEA ISLAND Nice and Fine Count U'c yard 36-inch BLEACHING 10c yard CURTAIN SCRIM The largest tock in Monroe to select from, at 10c and up per yard OUTING, still going at 10c yard PLAIDS, all you want 10c yard SEE SWEATERS ON SECOND FLOOR 18c and up. BLANKETS at $1.9.") pair ALL WOOL COAT SUITS S9.95 WAISTS at $1.00 Ladies' Good Heavy Outing Gowns 9Sc You can't buy the material for that now. NEW MILLINERY ADDED EACH WEEK Ladies, if you want a New Hat, see us. CURLEE SUITS For Men and Young Men that will give sat isfaction $25.00, $00.00, $35.00 DARBY CLAY SUITS That will out-wear the man. If it fails to out wear the man we will furnish enough cloth to make a new suit free. Men's Heavy Every Day Wool Pants $3.50 pr. Men's Corduroy Pants $2.50 pr. Boys' Union Suits 50c Men's Heavy Undershirts and Drawers to Match 50c each See Our NEW BROWN SHOES for Ladies. Ladies' Black Vici Shoes $2.50 to $2.98 pr. II Prices won't go up here until all this merchandise is sold out. MEN'S BLUE W ORK SHIRTS 50c We are going to do business with you. If your dollars don't buy as much here as elsewhere we don't want to take them. BOYS' OVERCOATS $2.4S WE SELL FOR LESS Pure Pork Sausage 25c lb Best Self-Rising Flour : $3.90 Fancy Patent Flour, 98 lb bag $3.75 Etra good quality Straight Flour, $3.60 No better Coffee on the market, 7 lbs for $1.00 Fine Granulated Sugar, 16 lbs for $1.00 Many Other Articles Too Numerous to Mention at Big Saving. Ml . -EE COo iJl'DGE BROCK COMMENDED .Useille Bar and the ( itiica Speak Well of New Appoint?' Work Resolutions romuif tiding Jut U'iil it r K. biook fur his itrpuiial mann.'i in presidine our the CKio-b-T term ot the superior court was iMsed Iiv a j-U'rial instil: ot the Ilitiiroiube county bar association, lu-lil in the court room. the Anheulle I'itiitu. Jiidye L. D. Mur phy acted J chairman, and the fol lowing: resolution was passed un animously: Rrled first: That we. the nietii her ot the Ashe.ille bar. and officers of the court, felicitate ourselves mio.i the r.u-i that the mien of Judicial rotation in North Carolina have liroiK'it in tue Hon. Walter K Itrock. Jnd-e of the thirteenth judi cial di.-tno. to make his initial a IMmranre on the hemo an irenl:iu judue ot the court." ol the uttietetiith judicial district. Resulted second: That we con gratulate Mini on the r)n judicial beariti;;, the di'iidid abilities, ihe ready tact. ;md tl'.c diserimiuai inc judgment disclosed, even lit a period o brief, as well as on the honorable career on the bench of which the hi;.h ipul:ti''s are o sure an aucury. Resolved, third: That we tender our thanks for the able, impartial, and biisint.-s-like wa iu which he has presided ovt our court. "Resolved, fourth: That we shall cherish in him. as in all our Jiiitueo, that attveahlo poise, that delicate sense ot justice, that deep learning. and that restrained judicial dignity that have chaiaetetizcd the court of ocr Ani'.'i ie;;n commonwealths. liesolved. tilth: That these reso lutions be placed upon the minutes of this court as a perpetual ineinori.il of this o:r slnetie estimate, of one J whose U'erits ate so distinguished, aiul whose judicial career U so an- ! picousl beiin. j Si-iicd: James J. llrltt. A. Hall Johnston. Thomas A. Jones. . On his first court, the Citizen com ments editorially, as follows: "Judye Hrock's first session as superior court Jti.l-e jn Uuncotnbe has fulfilled ihe fair predictions made for li tin when he was appointed. He has the open mind of one with judicial tempera ment, a ltd et he is firm. He listens courteously to iirmunent. but lie is not slow in ma k i it c up his mind when both sides have been heard. He keeps the court machinery mov ing with a minimum of lost motion: he seems to lake pride in cleatitu his thicket. It Is a mild expression to say that Judo- Hiock has made a splendid impression on bur and people. He has beiiini his work In a way m sivo the public confidence that he has the learniiu'. backbone and sense of Justice to make 11:1 ex cellent arbiter and administrator on the bench." i COMES TO MONROE Winston - Salem Withdrew Re quest in Favor of Monroe on Statement of Dr. Weaver HELD HERE 20 YEAKS AGO V to Have M Here tn tIK Itut V fill led Off on Account of the Hit Appointment Enr IMMrtVt The road 10 ruin is a well trodden trail. Von can't miss It If ou want to Mnd it. Special Noticejr One cent a wotd each Insertion. I'ltKI! A tiiln' with every Cord cas iiiK iltlliiiK thfolier .seciesl .Mo. tor t oinpiiiiy. (. l:TS KM", Whitman1 mid Nun. milly'f One candfer. The I'nlnii luiiu foiiifHiny. FOR SAI.K A few bushels of nice, clean I'urple Sthaw seed wheat. W. H. llraswell, Monroe Route 3. (.(Hii i:.i:, rircstonc, ,knIi i ii mid Met laien tires and lubes. It pa) to till) Hie best. These are all IIiMn ami htMiidni'd iniikcs; pi li es ilitbt Secivst .Motor t'o. CIVIL SKRYU'K examinations No veniber positions 14Mi-? 1600. An' 18 upward. Kxpcrienee un necessary. For free particulars. Instruction, write J. Leonard (for mer Civil Service examiner), 84 Kiiiit.ilile lildtf., WasltitiKtou, 1) C. I'KFM'-tt-l.l Ti: batteries, the Im-M by lest. We have one for jonr car. serrexl Motor Company. 1 MAKK old carpets and riiM look like new by the use ol my elbow urease and Llnuefonm ptocesss. Call phone 3 8 4 -J . Bene Toniber li ii . Jailor Methodist church. I 1)0 ,THK 15 K.ST varnishiiti: ever done lu .Monroe 111 make your old runiiture look like new. I fur iilsh the material and do the work on beds for $1; chairs, 25c each. Arthur Gibbu, Monroe, N. C. WE IM) eX'i t auto pHiiillnu. uphols- ..i.t.f Mil. I fill. tllllllllllU I Jt nil do your work. Trice liuht. Se crest Motor ( iiimiii). FOU SALE- About too Klberta peach trees, just arrived. J. U. Kutch. .ANTED A teacher Tor the Hemby school nenr Indian Trail. Apply to J. M. Deese, Indian Trail Route 1. l'Si:i CAliS in Fords, Chevrolet, iKtdues, ItoickN, Nltideliuker, Oak lands. If )oit are looking for bar gains it will, I"')' you to come to see us.- Secret .Motor Co. LOST Between Belk Ill-other's and Lee Lee's on last Saturday, black folding pocketbook with F. J. Goodwin. Hat. D. 113th F. A. printed on the aide. Reward for return to F. J. Goodwin, Monroe R. F. D. 2. CAM. I'S for n demonstration of ii2 model Buirk Fours ami Hives. hellee Bulrk la the best car on the American market for the mon-ej-Hecreot Motor Co. FOR SALE Flower pota. made In Union county out of Union county clajr by Union county man. Union Varitty Store, Inc. BBBinnna3ujin:iii;tD3Gflasiia0BaBBBBi i.VMI'WOf tractors, tiller chilled dowi nd narrow a. tie our irlce nnd term-. W e will trmlm for car rr mnl cstnte. Hocroat Motor Co. The next session of the Western North Carolina Conference of Ihe j Methodu-t church will be held in I Monroe. At the thirty-second ses ision. jusi closed in Hiwh 1'oint Mon jroe and Winston-Salem presented in vitations for the next session. On a statement made to the conference by l)i. C. C. Weaver. Winston-Sulem'a reiiust wa withdrawn in favor of Mo n rev and the latter was Kiven a iiii.itiii'iniis diii.iion. This will be the second time that the Continence has met lure. The loruu-r inciting was held twenty years ai:o. At that lime it was con sidered lather u nu .sua 1 for a town the size that Monroe then was lo ask for the Coulen ::ce, and there wa. some douhl n.i to the ability of the I town to entertain so luri:e a body. Hut the res '.ill was highly satisfacto ry. Knterlaiiiiueni was ample. Airain jthe minting ol the Conference was set to be held in .Monroe In 1!1$. At th; t time Ihe intliu rza crisis was at its heichi and the Coufeivnce was temporarily called off. Later, the session was held in Greensboro. Monroe has Mnce entertained the Itiiptist Stale Convention and the low n has taken its place as one of the smaller towns of the State as a lie cl itic place for :-ilch bodies. Methodist people ;'ie naturally very happy al the news of the com-in-' of the Conference next year. If is highly valuable lo the local people of tiny denomination to have a ses sion of fluir gem-rat bodies meet with them. Hut the entertainment on such occasions is not confined to any one denomination, but members of the several churches in the town are always ready to co-operaie. The appointments for the several chart's in Ihe Charlotte district for the comiiif,' year are as follows: J. It. t'rtiieii, I'leslillnn Khlci- Ansonvillc -1). S. Richardson. ibthcl- li. F. lloneycult. llelmon' 1'ark- W'. B. Davis. Ittvtard Street A. S. Ilaper. Calvary J. A. Sharpe. t hadvviili- C. M. Short. Oilworth W. It. West Ouiican Memorial J. A. Smiih, supply. Hawthore Lane -- L. D. Thomp son, W. L. Nicholson, supernumerary. Seversville B. F. Har.sett. Speno -r Memorial J. H. Arin hriiKt. Trinity J. E. Abernethy. Trvon Street H. C. Hardin. Lilesville-W. S. Cherry. Hickory Grove Kbenezer Myers. Marshville J. J. L'dwards. Monroe-Central C. C. Weaver. North Monroe-lceniotlee J. Warren. Morveti S. Taylor. IMneville-T. J. Houck. Polkton L. H. Griffin. l'rosp ti R. L. Rorbis. Thrift -Moores C. L. McCain. rnionvillp T. J. HiiukIiih. , Wndrsborn W. U. Shelton. Wnxhaw U. C. Ballard. W eddiiiKton K. J. Foe, Missionary to Japan S. A. Slew art. Missionary to Japan X. S. Ok burn. l'rolessor Chandler School of Theology- - P. T. Dm ham. I'resiilent Southern Industrial In MiMite J. A. Baldwin. U. A Happy Substitute Jink Barrymore attended a dinner party where the jjuestn mainly were members of Mr. Barrymor's profus ion. Diagonally across the table from him was a newly landed foreign actor whose mannerism and behavior rath er jarred the American. He turned to his neighbor on the left. "Do you know that person over there?" he inquired, indicating the stranger. "Fairly well, answered the fellow diner. "He's by way of being a regular ass, isn't ho?" asked Barrymore. "Hardlv that." "Well,'' said Barrymore, "he'll do, won't he, until a real one comes along?" A Modest Protest A young couple who came recently from the south live in a rather email New York apartment. They have a precocious four-year-old daughter. One afternoon friends from the old home town came calling. The young ster, who had been playing hard all day, was in rather a tousled state. When the visitors called up from down stairs to announce their arrival the mother turned to her maid of all work. "I know my friends want to see the baby," she told the servant, "but they can only stay a few minutes, they say, and there isn't much time spare. Just run her back to the bathroom, will you, and make her presentable as quickly as you can and then send her to me." The callers were welcomed. Greet ings had been exchanged between the young hostess and her guests when from the inner recesses of the flat, through a door which had been left ajar, came in a shrill childish treble this rebellious protest: "Olga, company or no company, you ain't goin' to wash my lace with spit!" Of course. If short dresses and bare knees remain In style the North can always drift South for the winter months. If the coming winter proves to be as severe as bas been predicted we are, In danger of losing our crop of coal barons They will all becomo prioces. Tell your troubles to yonr enemy. It Is the goatcst punUhueni you can inflict upon blm. BELK BROS Many Cold Weather Specials For This Week TRICOTINE DRESSES $12.50 24 only Tricotine Dresses Received Today, Neatly Trimmed (All Wool) $12.50. COAT SUITS 50 only All Wool Serge and Poplin Coat Suits, Best Styles for Fall $12.50 -$14.95. TRICOTINE SUITS Two Beautiful Styles for Fall Wear 19.50, 24.50, 27.50, ?39. 50. COATS FOR EVERYBODY Infants' Coats, sizes 3 to 6 years, in Wool Ma terial, Neatly Trimmed $2.48. $3.48, $4.48. COATS FOR THE JUNIORS Sizes 7 to 10 years, in Velours and Suadenes $4.95 TO $9.95. MISSES COATS In Velour and Boliva, Neatly Trimmed Fur and Self Trimmed $9.95 TO $17.50. LADIES COATS All Wool Coat in almost every material wanted $5.95, $9.95 UP TO $45.00. .LADIES STOUT SUITS We are able to fit all Stout Models in Stylish Stout Suits, Black and Navy Tricotine $19.95 $29.50 AND $35.00. LADIES PERKALINE PETTICOATS " All Colors 68c AND 98c. Ladies Extra Sizes in Black Sateen Skirts $1.98. CHILDREN'S SWEATERS AND CAPS A COMPLETE LINE. COTTON BLANKETS Grey, Brown and White a pair $1.95. YARD-WIDE BLEACHING EXTRA.QUALITY 10c. BELK BROS