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THE MOMtOE JOUR-NIK TUESDAY, MAY 9, H22
PAGE THREE THE GERMAN FINANCIERS WORKING AMERICA HARD They Have Been Buying Heanlv Our Raw Materials and ravine ua Worthies Gcratan Marks ENORMOUSLY LARGE CREDITS ARE THUS BEING ESTABLISHED Federal Authorities Cannot Tell the Exact Amount Oermana Have Ac quired Through This Method (From Mount Airy News.) The American sold it r was too much for the German, but the German fi nancier is too much for our folks who love the dollar so well that they are willing to speculate. It is now ccming to light that Germany has been buying raw material, such as cotton, copper, wheat, corn and such other food products as this country furnishes, in such large quantities as to astonish the world. Last year her purchases of raw material amounted to more than thirty millions of dol lars. And the purchases so far this year show that they are buying more this year than they did last. "As German trade operations in the United States have been steadily increasing during the past two years, wonder has grown as to the source of such vast purchasing power. The secret is out German revenue for buying purcases in this country is derived from the sale of many bil lions of practically worthless German paper marks. By that process enor mously large gold credits have been established, and it is against these that Germany is being able to draw for commodity purchases. "Federal authorities in Washington declare it is impossible to state the exact amount the Germans have thus acauired. It is said to total not less than $900,000,000 and may reach as high as $1,500,000,000. .Manilestiy there was enough available in Amer ica in 1921 to finance purchases that were not far from $400,000,000. Pro fessor Cassell, a distinguished Swed ish economist participating in the Genoa Conference, stated on April 14 that the sale abroad of German paper marks and mark securities 'is the greatest swindle in history.' "As far as the United States is concerned, German gold credits from sales of 'waste paper' currency have been built up by two classes of peo ple. One class consists of sheer spec ulators, who think gambling in marks is a profitable adventure. They have riled up in safes and vaults the big gest stacks of 'stage money that has been accumulated in this country since the Confederate States went out of the currency-printing business. The other class, which has contributed o prodigally toward establishing a German credit balance in American tanks, is made up of German sympa thizers, mainly the hyphenates of pre war and war days, who from a sense of patriotism have rushed to the aid of the 'fatherland.' "It is well known that during the past two years everybody in Amer ica who had an acquaintance, a friend, a relative or a correspondent in Ger many has been badgered to send over American dollars in exchange for Ber lin's paper money. It would be rep resented that Germany was 'coming back' fast; that the sinking mark was sure sooner or later to reach bottom, and that then the direction would be upward." Not only are the liermam able to sell our people their worthless money but they are selling their cheap (roods at such low prices as to cause our own people to be thrown out of employment by the thousand, for our manufacturers are not able to com pete with them in the markets of the world. They pay their laborers a pittance that will keep life in the body and thus undersell our man ufacturers. "Numerous American industries are feeling German competition severely. It is reported in Washington that the great glove trade in central New York State is virtually 'paralyzed by the invasion of cheap-priced German leather and cotton gloves, with which it it out of the question for Ameri can manufacturers to compete. Many factories are said to have shut down directly on that account. "American cutlery manufacturers are in a state of anxiety over the 'dumping' of German knives, razors and scissors in quantities and at prices that it is absurd for American factories and American labor to try to meet. Germany before the war always had a big cutlery market in the United States. Not only, how ever, are her total sales here today greater in dollars than in 1913-14, out owing to ridiculously low prices she is now 'dumping' ten, twenty and thirty times the amount of actual cutlery wares into American markets. It is being bought with validity be cause of the irresistibly cheap cost, quality considered. An instance is a clever little pocket safety razor kit, which is laid down in the United States from Germany, after payment of carriage, tariff and commissions, at a lower price per dozen than it costa to manufacture a single one of the same kind of kits in this country- That instance can be multiplied in 100 other categories of small goods such as gloves, hosiery, toysr, earthenware and motion picture films. There also has been p.n enormous increase in the sale of German news print p'iper. In the last year be fore the war only $76,000 worth of that commodity came from Germany. In 1921 imports were $3,611,000." NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR COMMUTATION OR PARDON To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that upon the expira tion of ten days from this date, or as soon thereafter as the Governor can hear same, Thurlovv Alsobrooks who was convicted of larceny and receiv ing and sentenced to thirty months on the chain gang at the January 1910 term of the Superior Court of Union county w.ll make application to the Governor of North Carolina for a commutation of his sentence to a fine or for a pardon. All prrorio who oppose th's action and ren.uwt are hereby notified to forwaH their protests to the Gover nor without delay. This 4th May, 1922. TIIURLOW ALSOBROOKS, By Vann Si Milliken, Attys. VISITS HISTORIC GROUND AND GIVES DESCRIPTION "The Monument" ia Lancaster Coun ty, S. C, was Erected U Memory of Brave Amereicaa Soldiers By Novus Homo About fifteen miles southeast from Waxhaw. and some twenty miles south of Monroe, on the old Rocky River Road, at a point where said road crosses the Chesterfield and Lancaster road ten miles cast of Lan caster is an historic spot known as "The Monument. Some forty years ago the writer attended school in one of the angles of this cross roads in a little hut, which was made of logs and which was the only building in sight. Mr. R. P. Whitmore was our teacher, and a good one he was always on hand to see that things went according to his understanding of how they shou'd go' among the boys and girls oi his charge while on the school grounds. Our "desks" were made of slabs from somebody's sawmill. There were two ho.es bored near each end of the slabs and long pegs inserted from the bark side that served as legs for "the benches." We had also a writ ing desk at the rear end of the build ing, which was made of one broad nlank restinir on pecs inserted in holes bored in one lo gof the build ing. For light, we took otT a plank that left an opening between the logs just above the desk. 1 here were no heids in sight oi tnis place at that time and a dense forest inhabited by wild hogs, wild turkeys, with plenty of rabbits, squirrels, foxes and everything else, including the bik'trest snakes we ever saw out side of a carnival, were in evidence. But we started out to say something about the monument, so will try to get back to the subject. By the roadside just below the crossing there is a marble shaft ten feet high and two feet square at the base. It commemorates the dastardly behaviour of the British Colonel, Tarleton, who on May 29th, 1780, at this place either killed or wounded al most the entire company of Colonel Abraham Buford, alter the latter had surrendered. A space some ten by twenty-five feet is enclosed with flint stones around this monument, and eighty four bodies of the Revolutionary sol diers rest within. The following inscription on the shaft explains the object of its erec tion: "Lrected to the memory and in honor of the brave and patriotic American soldiers who fell in the bat tle which occurred at this place on the 29th day of May. 1780. between Colonel Abraham Buford, who com manded a regiment of 350 Virginians, and Colonel Tarleton of the British army, with 350 cavalry and a like number of infantry. Nearly the en tire command of Colonel Buford were either killed or wounded, and 84 gal lant soldiers were buried in this grave. They left their homes for the relief of Charleston, but hearing at Camden of the surrender of that city were re turning. Here their lives were ended in the service of their country. The cruelty and the barbarous massacre committed on this occasion by Tarle ton and his command after the sur render of Colonel Buford and his men originated the American cry, 'Remem ber Tarleton.'" A British historian confesses of this battle that "the virtue of human ity was totally forgotten." This battle ground is in Lancaster county, but But'ord township in Union county, was named for Colonel Bu ford. Some years ago a noted orator and educational worker for the whites, was delivering a lecture before an audience of the colered brethren, on the x-ray. He made the matter so impressive as to the ability of the newly discovered device .to penetrate and search out the inward substances that might be hidden in the human anatomy that at the close of the lec- ture one old colored brother came u ."5 to the speaker and said, " wants to ask you a question." "Alright, Sandy, what is it? said the lecturer. "It's like dis, mister, from what you says erbout dat 'ray' chine, it seems nothin' 'gwine 'scape it; what I wants to know is, if Is et chicken for dinner, can you take dat 'chine and see chicken?" "Oh, yes, certainly Sandy, but why do you ask?" said the lecturer. "Well, boss, I wants to know dis, now, can you tell wid dat 'chine where dat chicken come frum?" To the Voters of Buford Township We, the voters of Buford township, wishing to take some part in our county's interest, and promoting her interest not only in Buford township but to the county and State as well, and realizing that if there is any branch of the government which should be judiciously handled it is the building up of our roads. Taking into consideration this question we wish to place before the voters of Buford township our friend and neigh bor, G. V. Rape for road elector of Buford township. Realizing that he lives in the center of the township and can be reached by all parties wishing to confer with him on any matter, and also make it possible for him to look after and keep in touch with, the situation of the roads in Buford township. He is a mr.n of the very h'ghest character and would, in our opinion, give to the ponvion, if elected, a fair hearing on r.ny ques tion presented to the i5nc-l A lion pertaining to the roada of Untan county, and would at the s.e.ic time be faithful and loyal to his obli8".t:on as such elector and cee the taxpayers' money of Buford township is expenJ 3d wisely and judiciously. We aak you to help us e!e?t him tt this office. VOTERS OF BUFORD TOWNSHIP. A Qualified Man. Mr. J. N. Helms, candidate for co. ton weigher at Monroe, is thorough'y qualified to fill the' place with credit and satisfaction to all concornad, hnvinj been weighing for three years for J. E. Stack & Co. and man for whom he has weighed for three years are enthusiastic in their sunnort of him. VOTERS. Europe is going to have peare if !she has to fight to get it. Special Notice One cent a word each Insertion. WANTED Country hams. S. R.'date for constable of Monroe town Doster. tship, subject to the Democratic jn- FIFTEEN YEARS experience in high grade watch repairing. All work guaranteed. McCalL JUST RECEIVED A line of Ever- sharp pencils and W ahl fountain pens. Kuar-iiirru. A. Russell. Marshvifle, N. C. FOR SALE Practically new four burner Florence automatic oil stove ! with oven. Stamey Helms. TYPEWRITING DONE Work accu- rate and prompt Address 311 E. Houston Ave, or "phone 18-8. IN HIGH grade watch repairing you j want the west. 15 years experience ' all work guaranteed. McCall. j FOLND Automobile license No. 2.t. Owner can have by paying for this advertisement ind small reward. juie wrooks, coiorea, r amej t I T -1 Ave.. Monroe. WANTED One thousand chickens. S. R. Doster. sprimr NOTICE The gentleman taking a fountain pen Saturday, April 29th, was seen get it. If he will place it back in show case or send it to me indirectly or directly, nothing more said. If not he may expect prose cution. V. L. Lemmond. BEST GEORGIA CANE SYRUP ever sold in Monroe. uulledge & Snyder. n.. .,,DDnI,0 . ,ft 'date for the position of Road Elec ARM TRENCH MIRROnS for 10c torate f Bufd townshi gubject t0 at the inlon aiety Store. thp action of the Bemocratic pmary. FOR SALE Several desirable resi dential lots; beautiful colonial house plans with blue prints and specifications; one hundred feet yard fence. Mrs. S. B. Bundy. GET MAGAZINES at the Union Va riety Store. WANTED All your eggs and other country produce. S. R. Doster. GET YOUR Nitrate Soda from H. G. Nash & Co. Car just received. FOR SALE Good five-year-old mare, Conley Baucom, Route 2, Union ville. DIAMONDS AND WEDDING rings, McCall. J. H. WALKER, Lenox, Ga., Porto Rico potato plants, any quantity, $1.00 per thousand, Express collect. HOUSE MOVING If you want your house moved or raised, see me or call at Lee Park Dairy Jas. S. Helms, Monroe Route 1. SOY BEANS, the mammoth yellow, at Lathan &. Hrigler's. FOR SALE Sweet potato plants, fresh every day. S. R. Doster. JEWELRY Full line. McCall. ! FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE One 9-room dwelling, Two 5-room dwellings, One 4-room dwelling, One 6-room dwelling, One 54-acre farm, One lfi9-acre farm, One 12 1-2-acre farm, One 25-acre farm. Monroe Insurance & Investment Co G. B. Caldwell. FOR SALE: Modern bungalow lo first-class shape on East Everett street. W. J. Rudge. AUTO TRANSFER If you want good service, Phone 496. rrank Helms' Transfer. WATCHES Full line to select from, McCall. FIFTY MARBLES for five cents at the Union Variety Store. CALL G. H. LEVY'S market for fresh meat, Phone 572. FOR SALE Eggs from heavy lay ing S. C. White leghorns pedagreed stock, $1.00 per setting, $5.00 per hundred. Craig & Williams, Mon roe, Rt. 6. FRESH SEEDS All kinds, 5 cents paper. Plyler-Funderburk Co. GET THE BEST Flower and Garden seeds on the market at the Union Variety Store. BIG BEN alarm clocks. McCall. FOR ' SALE Rhode Island Red e?gs for setting. $2 for $15. G. B. Caldwell. PIANO TUNING and regulating Work jtuaranteed. Hollaway Mu sic House. Phone 571, Monroe, N. C. BIDS FOR BRIDGE CONTRACT The Board of Union County Road Commissioners invite sealed propo sals for the construction of a bridge o"cr Richardson's Creek on Marsh-v;U'-Euto Road at site of old Mullis Bridge. This bridge will consist of five steel I beam spans, each 40 ft. long with 12 ft. roadway. Substruc ture will comist of four concrete piers ar.d :.v rebuilt abutments and will contain 280 cu. yds. of class "B" concrete. All bridge steel and bridge lumber will be furnished by Road Commission at bridge site. ' A lump sum bid is requested for the completion of this bridge ready for use. Proposals are also requested for furnishing and erecting a steel bridge over Richardson Creek at Lee's Lower Mill on Monroe and Olive Branch Road. This bridge to consist of two 100 ft. "Pony Truss" spans, 12 ft. roadway, designed to carry typical 15 ton truck. Subsructure to consist of one abutment 12 ft high and two tub ular piers approximately 23 ft. high. All material, except lumber for floor, tc be furn'shed by successful b'ddiT. Bidders must have visited br.d,je silfs before submitting proposals. Right is reserved to rejpet any bid and iuccessful bidder will be required to g;ve satisfactory bond. AH bids must be in the office of "h" Roo Comrniss'on on or before May 23th, 1922. Announcements For Constable Monroe Township I hereby announce myself a candi- mary. C. T. WINCHESTER. For Road Electorate I hereby announce myself a candi- Road Electorate for Goose Creek j tovl nship subject to the action of the nemocratic Primary. I. C CLONTZ. For Road Electorate I hereby announce myself a candi date for re-election to the office of Road Electorate of Sandy Ridge township, subject to the action of the Democrats primary. For Road Electorate at Large. I hereby announce myself a candi- suhilct to tne ction of the Demo- .-,t'it nrimnri i .. ,,! .r.,,.v i A.st and feel comw.tent to serve my native county .n ;n tD;. CaDacitv. I am in favor i af tne n,ost economical expenditure of funds, consistent with gooa eon struction and maintenance. R. FRED EZZELL. For Prosecuting Attorney I hereby announce myself a candi- I date for the office of Prosecuting At- torney for the Recorder's Court, sub' ject to the action of the Democratic primary. JULIAN C. BROOKS. i For Road Electorate I hereby announce myself a candi G. V. RAPE. For Constable Monroe Township I hereby announce myself a candi date for Constable Monroe township, subject to the Democratic primary to be held June 3rd, 1922. J. WALTER HELMS For County Commissioner I hereby announce myself a candi date for the office of County Com missioner for the county of Union, subject to the Democratic primary. CHARLES L. BOWMAN. For Sheriff I hereby announce myself a candi i date for the office of Sheriff of Union county, subject to the Democratic pri mary. JUfcL H. MltKS. Announcement At the solicitation of friends I have consented to become a candidate for the legislature, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. I shall not enter inlo any scramble to secure the nomination, but if nominated and elected I promise to serve the people :o the very best of my ability. C. J. BRASWELL. ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce myself a candi- date for the State Senate from the District composed of Anson, Stanly, and Union Counties, subect to the action of the Democratic primary on June 3rd, 1922. I want progress, but not more progress than we are able to pay for. Our taxes are al ready too hifih. W. P. KENDALL. Announcement I hereby announce myself a can didate for the State Senate, for this district, composed of the counties of Union, Anson and Stanly, subject to the Democratic primary, to be held June the third. If honored to the po sition, it shall be my purpose to ad vocate economy in the disposition of all public affairs. In this connection, it might not be amiss to state that, as a general plat form, I am reminded of the fact that General Robert E. Lee, the great chieftain of our Southern forces in the Civil War, on one occasion, in is suing orders to his staff, said: "Duty is the most sublime word in the Eng lish language." If elected your senator, I shall do my full duty, as I see it. W. C. HEATH. For Road Electorate I hereby announce myself a can didate for the office of Road Electo rate for Marshville township, subject to the action of the Democratic pri mary. T. GILBERT COLLINS. For Road Electorate at Large I hereby announce myself a candi date for re-election to the office of Road Electorate at Large for Union county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. J. D. McRAE. For Road Electorate I hereby announce myself a candi date for Road Electorate for Sandy Ridge township, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. J. MACK CLARK. For Road Electorate I hereby announce myself a candi date for re-ilection to the office of Road Electorate of Buford township, subject to the Democratic primary. J. S. BROOM. For Road Electorate I hereby announce myself a candi date for the office of Road Electorate from Vance township, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. J. F. THOMPSON. To the Voters, Male and Female, of the Thirteenth District: I am in favor of cutting overhead expenses by abolishing all unneces sary offices and decreasing all ex cessive fee bills that taxes may be decreased and on this platform 1 am a candidate for Solicitor subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. We have heard much recently about High Taxes, and certainly one cause of high taxes is high salaries of officers. The office of solicitor is one of the bist paying offices in the State, and a large part of the solicitor's nay comes out of the Taxpayers. 1 know mat there is a general im pression that the fees of the solicitor are paid by defendants who are con victed, but that is true only 'n easei wl.eie the defendants are let off by paying a fine and the costs, which For Register of Deeds is only a portion of the cases. In I hereby announce myself a candi- most felonies and a large per cent date for the office of Register ot of misdemeanors the defendants are Deeds for Union county, subject to insolvent and the counties have to pay the Democratic primary. the costs, which comes directly from M. C. LONG. the taxpayers. In these cases the ,. 1 witnesses, sheriffs, clerks and other For Sheriff officers exctpt solicitor get only half I hereby announce myself a candi- tees. The taxpayers have to pay the date for re-election as Sheriff of the solicitors full fees as the law now county of Union, subject to the action stands, public law extra session, 1920, of the Democratic primary. j Chapter 97, and cs a result in the CLIFFORD FOWLER. district the office of solicitor paid last year as follows: For County Commissioner Anson $1,492.00; Union $1,107.00; I hereby announce myself a can Stanly $750.00; Richmond $1,779.00: didate for the office of County Cem Moore $1,426.00; and Scotland missioner for the county of Union, $905.00, making a total of $7,459.50, subject to the action of the Demo largely paid by the taxpayers for cratic primary. W. D. BIVENS. prosecuting the criminal dockets, which only consumes approximately For County Commissioner seventeen weeks or about one-third I hereby announce myself a can of the solicitor's time in the entire didate for the office of County Corn district. In addition to the above missioner for the county of Union, total the solicitor receives not to ex- subject to the action of the Demo cced 10 per centum of the amount ciatic primary. A. A. SECREST collected for prosecuting and collect- imr all penalties and forfeited recoi- Vor Clerk Suiierlor Court nuances entered in their courts re- I hereby announce myself a candl spectively, and a fee to be fixed by date for the office of Clerk of Supe the judge for performing duties for "lor Court of Union county, subject the appointment of receivers of es- to the democratic primary. June 3rd. ates of minors; and in passing on R- W. LEMMOND. the returns of the receivers in such cases. Also twenty ($20.00) dollars For County Commissioner paid by the State for each week of I hereby announce myself a candi criminal court held in the district, date for county commissioner, sub including mixed terms, as expense jeet to the action of the Democratic money, court or no court, so they primary. JOHN GRIFFITH, attend, and everybody knows that the State gets its funds from the people F' County Commissioner of the State by taxation. If the I hereby announce myself a can State had to pay the solicitors full didate for county commissioner, sub fees it would necessiute a levy of a ject to the Democratic primary, special tax for that purpose. T. C. EL BANKS. The total fees will exceed $8,000.00 ; or more than the governor of North Fr Cotton Weigher Carolina receives for a year's service. I hereby announce myself a can In addition to the above stated facts didate for the office of cotton weigher he has at least two-thirds of h s time to stay in his office and look after his civil practice. I also most stren ously oppose persecuting defendants splitting and accumulating indict ments and piling up costs for the pur pose oi making additional fpM wnetner paid by the county or de- Jni lo cuon oi me Democratic tendants. Officers, witnesses and tax- primary J. N. HELMS. payers, are you getting a square deal? You can readily see that the . . Jor Representative solicitors are getting entirely too . 1 hereby announce myself a candi much. when vou consider th mnll date for the House of Representa- amount of time they are giving to he service of the district; and at the same time most of it comes out of the pockets of the taxpayers. Ev- erything is on the decline, and there is no reason why salaries should not decrease, especially those that have een placed on the mountain peaks. I have been advocating dcreased sal- aries, economy anu less xaxes ior sometime, and I am willing to start the ball to rolling by accepting my Dart of the decrease, and take the in:tiative. To show the unfairness of the ent fee bill, the January Term of .,rl!!J!,nJ? Ci.rt cot.Anon County $1,002.36. The solicitor received of said amount $004.00 raid by the Ux- payers of Anson County. In addi- tion thereto the solicitor received ir,n the ,ta,Paye" of, the State $20.00, and from defendants where judgment was suspended on payment ,C08 ioj.uu. waning me soiici- fioo iur uppruxi- mately four days service. In the case of State vs. Coot Crump, Pete Carpenter. Alfred Wall and Bennett Kirby charged with lar- cency of the automobile of J. W. uriggs ana Dreaxing in Ballard's 0f the last Legislature I endeavored Sot.10..1'1 ot C08ts was to have this done, but the sentiment $294.23. The so .citor received $200 at that time did not seem to be favor of said amount, leaving a balance of able to it. I will see that the matter $94.23 to be distributed between the is brought before the next Legisla sheritf, clerk, witnesses and other ture in an endeavor to have my views officers. carried into law. In the case of State vs. W. H. I have prosecuted all cases on the Lockhart charged with forgery, the 'dockets of my District to the best of total bill of costs was $94.80. The my ability, and will continue to do so solicitor received $60.00 of said as long as I am Solicitor, amount, leaving a balance of $31.80 I earnestly ask that you give me a to be distributed between the sheriff, re-nomination an I promise that the clerk, witnesses and other officers. office will be conducted as it should If I am elected solicitor of this be. M. W. NASH, district I promise you and hereby Hamlet N. C. pledge myself, that I will petition the legialature to put the solicitors on NOTICE the same basis as the sheriffs, clerks. North Carolina, Union County In witnesses and other officers, that is, the Superior Court, allow the solicitors only half fees in Anthony Cunningham vs William those cases where the counties pay Cunningham, James Cunningham, Joe the costs, or if preferable adopt the Cunningham and Nancy Cunningham, pre-war fee bill, or a reasonable sal- The defendants above named will ary. If the legislature will not pusa take notice that an action as above this as a general law for the Stnte, h8 been commenced in the Superior I 'will consent that it be passed to Court of Union county for the purpose apply to the counties of the Thirteentn ' obtaining an order to sell certain District. If the legislature should ig- rel estate near the town of Waxhaw nore me I will carry out my pledge or the purpose of partition, and the by leaving onc-half the fees in all s'd defendants will further take no cases where the costs are paid by the 'c that they are required to appear taxpayers in the County Treasury of the office of the Clerk of l.e "lu each County at the conclusion of each Pe"" Court of Union county. North week of Criminal court, to be ap- Carolina, on the 10th day of June, plied one half to the general county 1922.. at 10 o'clock a. m., and answer road fund and one half to the county or emvt to the complaint in said school fund, which will be published "tion or the plaintiff will apply to in the annual statements of the sev- the court for the relief demanded in oral County Treasurers so that the ""!. complaint, voters and taxpayers can see fori Thls 2!'th day of Arril- 19". themselves the amount saved by my ' n R- w- LEMMOND, C. S. C. platform. In this way it will not only W. B. Love, Atty. be fair to the other officers and wit- CERTIFICATE np ntj:nr rTirv nesses, but it will be fair to the tax- fcl"IA'B DISSOLLTION payers and thousands of dollars will x all Whnm TW,. p-.,..,t m be saved. Am I right lawyers, off,- Comelcreeting- 7 AVwHvnn UTyer?7 r I K i Appears to mv satis irSJ ,? J If,?11 .Action, by duly authenticated record wrone and u L .3 It "m Kn of the Proceedings for the voluntary a u 1 S u !h?u,didissolut on thereof by the unanimous iiffii Ln?xJ ft:v.a!eih; n" the -holders. ou TJ S nt fln iinl l.ha W in my office, that the Sandy IJIa i f ."d kidse Supply Company, a corporation pledged myself to help you get this;in thig Stat' wh is. nrneiDil office monnrous ming rignteo, or lor any other reason you believe that I am1 worthy of your vote at the June pri mary, I assure you that no one would appreciate it more than me. A letter stating your personal views will be gratefully appreciated. Very respectfull" A. A. TARLTON Wadesboro, N. C. &L4S0NICMEETINGS Monroe Lodare 244 A. F. & A. M. First and Third Thursday Monroe Chapter No. (54 R. A. M. Second and Fourth Tuesday Malta Commandery No. 19 K. T. First and Third Tuesday Visiting members welcome. ' Monroe to succeed myself. H. M. PRESSON. For Cotton Weigher I hereby announce myself a can didate for the position of Cotton Weigher for the city of Monree. sub- jves subject to the action of the wemocrauc primary to De neia on me Srd of June. J. F. MILLIKEN. . . George says he is a tired man ?n cold mountain top; but he miy Just be up a tree. , TO the DeiTlOCratlC Vot ers of the 13th Judicial District s Solicitor for the 13th Judicial Dis- trict in the primaries to be held on June 3rd. Having been appointed by the Governor last September, I have pven my entire time to the duties of this office, and I refer you to all the Court Officers of your county as to mv nimiifliiimni nH v, manner in which I have conducted the office. There has been some discussion as to me compensation oi Solicitors. My opinion in this matter is that I think oil hv tha tflta iinH that thai tav na . 0 the counties should not have to pay any fees for this office. As a member is .tafed at R. F. D. J. Mnnrn. rnn. ty of Union, State of North Carolina ( being the agent thereof, upon whom process may be served), has complied with the re quirements of Chaitor 22, Consolida ted Statutes, entitled "Corporations,"' preliminary to the issuing of this Certificate of Dissolution: Now, therefore, I, J. Byran Grimes. Secretary of State of the State of North Carolina, do hereby certify that the said corporation, did, on the 10th day' of March, 1922, file in my office a duly executed and attested consent in writing to the dissolution of said corporation, executed by all the stockholder? thceof, which said consent and the record of the proceed ings aforesaid are now on file in ray said office as provided by law. In witness whereof, I have hereto set my official seal at Raleigh, this 10th day of March, A. D. 1922. J. BRYAN CRIMES, Secretary of State.