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nir MoxroE jornxAL. Tuesday, ji lt n. r.:;.
Ulhon Vfttf rnmp fn fAUJn make your trip pay by bringing us some Tender Snap Beans. Shelled Green IfllCIl J'UU tUllIC lU lUVYIl Butter Beans and Peas, large size Chickens. Eggs and Countrv Hams & & z VANN FUNDERBURK, One Price Cash Grocer, Five Minutes Delivery. NEWS of TOWN&COUNTY Miss Juanita Metre is visiting friends in Gibson. Miss Iren Torter of Lilesville is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Austin. Miss Mary B. Flowers of Moores ville is visitirg Mrs. J. V. Fowler. Mrs. L. Z. Gordon of Atlanta is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Earl Shute. Miss Lillian Cole of Waynesville is spending a week with Mrs. B. C. Ashcraft. Miss Nell Marsh of Charlotte is spending a few day with Miss Sarah Ashcraft. Mr. G. P. Prather of Ardmore, Okla., arrived last night to visit his sister, Mrs. A. M. Stack. Miss Harriet Beasley of Washing ton, I). C, arrived yesterday to spend a few months in Monroe. Mrs. V. S. E'.akerey and children left this morning for Lake Waeamaw to visit Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Council. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Houston will leave today for Wrightsville Beach wheie they will ?pend several days. Miss Cornelia Elliot, superintendent of the F.llen Fitzgerald hospital, is spending some t.r.ie at Virginia Bea.-h. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Zobrit and Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Zobrist will leave Thursday for Ea'iimore to spend a ftw dajs. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert MoKinnon of Laurinhurg spent the week-end- wih the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Redwine. A summer fcho-d of two months duration will be hold in the Piney Grove district, beginning next Mon day, July 21. Mis F. Edna Xlsbet of Richmond was in Monroe yesterday on her way to Waxhaw t .-pend a few weeks with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Atcr Gray, Mr. E l Gray and Misses Lillian and Emma Gray of Wade-biro .-per.t Sunday witn Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Austin. Mrs. George Norfcet Thomas of Oxford is spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. C. N. Slnipr-on, dr., who has just itf.urcd from Washington. Rev. T. J. Huggins went to Peaeh Vml yesterdr.y to assist the pastor, Kvv. L. H. Grifrith, in a meeting. Ser vices will b? held at 4 o'clock p. m. and 8 at night. All who are interested in helping clean off the icmetery and church grounds at Zion Methodist church are requested to meet there on Tuesday, July iloth. The right of way for the Charlotte Wilmington highway has been secured through Monroe as previously out lined through The Journal and work will begin this week. Rev. Poul L. Miller pastor of the Lutheran church here, will leave Thursday for Mount Pleasant to at tend the Lutheran summer school of Mont Amotna Seminary. Mr. and Mrs. Horace D. House moved to Charlotte a few days ago to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. House are splendid people and Mon roe regrets to lose them. Mows. W, J. and L. A. Holloway lift yesterday for the Isle of Palms, nt.-.r Charleston, S. C, to attend a Woodman of the World rally. They me members (.f the twenty-five piece har.d that will furnish music for the i ecai ion. James Fressley, the young white ;.! who was carried to a Baltimore hosnital two or three years airo to receive treatment for a crooked leg, is r.gain there, this time for a broken log. His leg was straightened but he had the misfortune of breaking it a t.mple of months ago. Mr. B. C. Hill left yesterday for Spartanburg, S. C, to take a special c urse in a barber school. Last sum mer Mr. Hill conducted a barber shop ii Benton Heights. After his return fiom Spartanburg he will engage in the barber trade in Monroe. Mr. B. M. Yandle of Indian Trail has received the announcement of the marriage of his nephew, Mr. Baxter William Robinson, formerly of this cunt but new of Utah. Okla., to Miss lieuiah Bernice Braswell of Paris, Tex., on July 3rd. Rev. Samuel Belk, of Trinity church, Atlanta, will hold the ser vices at the Pleasant Grove Camp Ground, which begin Friday night, August 18, and continue until the fol lowing Wednesday. The people of this section who have known Mr. Belk from boyhood will welcome the chance to hear him, as he is an elequont' speaker. Miss Ruby Chaney, daughter of Mr. ar.d Mrs. T. J. Chaney of east Monroe township, who underwent an opera tun for appendicitis last Wednesday, is in a critical condition at the Ellen Fitzgerald hospital. She was taken suddenly violently ill and while the operation was successful, her recovery is somewhat doubtful. Mr. Chancy is with her today. The new s'retch of road from Mill Creek, in Goose Geek township, to the Morgan Mill, place on Rocky River w 11 be opened up Wednesday night. This stretch is seven miles in length bnd is being built by the Union Con- tttuctionlo. oi .Monroe. When it is completed there will be a graded road all the way from Monroe to Rocky liver at the new steel bridge, a dis tance of sixteen miles. There is also a graded road from Albemarle to within a mile and a half of the Morgan M'!l place and that stretch ia under construction. When it is completed there will be an almost direct route frcm Monroe to Winston-Salem by way of Salisbury. WantedNice Young Chickens. Willi pay the top of the market. - - - - - LEE GRIFFIN. Dr. and Mrs. Long of Concord were r.e guests I jar. ana airs, k. vt. McLeod Sunday. I Mr. Ogborn Yates went to Raleigh this morning to visit his tis'.er, Mrs. jGrier Hudson. Mr. J. T. Holloway and family re turned Saturday from !-tl Myrtle Beach, S. C u-f-ek'i atav - The reunion planned for July 22 at ,.r. jme ww m -uunrc I Mr. James Crook's in Monroe town- ! i . i 1 . J snip, nas oeen inoenniieiy postpones ! Miss Sa'lie Ingram and Mrs. Eliza Davis, the pastor, extends a cordial Clark cf Pat-eland are spending the invitation to everybody to attend these week wit M;ss Ethel Gulledge. str vices. i Mr. Augustus Medlin has sold his The J. L. Rodman Company's store farm rear Monroe and has moved his Waxhaw was burglarized Saturday fem.ly to Wingate. night. The thieves entered by break- ! Mrs. V. C. Davis left this morning lrg the glass in a door, after which for Rockingham to visit relatives, the bar was raised and an entrance W hile in Rockingham she will attend effected. Nine suits of clothes, six the C clone Mack meeting. of shoes and some hose were I There will be a reun.on at the home I "ken. . A buggy track by the doar of Eider Htnry Taylor, four miles 'h.cugh which the e nt ranee was r.crth of Monioe. August Er l. Every- nd ttf the belief that the guil bodv it invited to ctr.ie a;:J bring wt!l- l r"? xvfre a bu; no ,"r..,i i,cVoe Mis Kae Paker. daughter of Mr. Th K.wanu picnic at Lake Tona ar.J Mrs. M. L, Baker of Latins Creek Friday night was one of the tx,vnship, underwent an operation for most enjoyable occasions of the sea-a-ren.I citis in the Ellen Fitzgerald son. The Kiwanians and then; families hpiti:! yesterdav mornin-f and is "U many friends gatnered at 7 tetti-- a'or.r rie-'v oeloeit and engaged :n all the sports IV " f . , , , atTorded bv the sjilendid development The th.rJ ouirterly conference of ... ... Tv. - ...L r l i . i. .1 : . a u ..... i. ....ii l. . k.i.i next I nUay evening at h:o0 oc ock ; of fce f lh m P hl to1.? th chuixh build- Uvo'ful; t n. uttmnvs for sollle time l'resuLn; Eider J. B. Cia.en wi.I afle, ,he sene(, Lakp I.v. tile COl.HHT.'.e. . Tft-WMndn is an i.i. tl tilaee for R-.vh .:r. ana .urs. ira t.eo ijrs oi Chhttanooita, Tenn., and Mr. M'lton K. Wivgs of Rock Hill. S. C, have liien the quests for the past few oays of their parents. Mr. a'ld Mis. '0f having it right at our own door. W. R. Wiggs l-hvy will all leave to- j ..Mon ehhl who lay lor a week virit to W rightsu.ie . .. fgw miWg fnm yhmrM m he t,t ai- n- i St crest Short Cut road, was asked Fire of unknown origin last night visterdav what boil weevils are worth r.h.iut 11:3(1 completely destroyed a community he replie 1: "From house in North Monroe belonging to-th;ve for a quarto t forty o'.T.t? Mr. Hnyne Johnson and .occupied by ach." He then explained that it is Surah Russell, colored. The f 're start-; j,; opinion that bul weevils will ed in the rear of the horse hut as to 'eventually prove to be worth that how it started is pot known. It was;anlU1;t (' farmers of the county by covered with insurance. 1 teaching them to diversify crops and Mrs. J. D. Rast an 1 daughter. Miss grow everything needed for them Mnrgnret. of Anders m, S. C, visited , selves and their stock and then plant Sirs. W. S. Blakeuey In't week while a l'ttle cotton and fight the weevil to on their way to Rockingham. Mr. u finish. Whe-i Judge Rogers suk-I!n--t was superintendant of the Mon- gested to Mr. Stephenson that the all roe Graded Schools nearly twenty .ci-tton nvthud keeps fanners' noses p.-K iijo. Mrs. Rast is a double first to the grindstone, the latter replied, cousi:i of MYs. Blakcney. .u i u 'it is getting sore." i In keeping with the season and the i . .... , , weather the Rotary meeting today Citizens of Imon county who re was conducted on a "keep cool- basia. I member Rev. Frank Mler as pres.d th Pvpnt boins a eoatless affair and i ln of the Charlotte district. a prize being offered for the fanciest shirt in the meeting. .Mr. Hail u leeiniK. .ur. imu ii- son won the nrize and everybody kept cod and had a gwd Time it anVarL dnte the Rotary club will take up a very important matter in regard to inducing boys to remain in school until they complete their education. Union Radio Company is the name of a new concern in Monroe whose members are Messrs. C. B. Adams, F. G. and J. V. Henderson. Their of 'fice is in the Henderson Motor Com pnny building and they will handle a general line of radio outfits and sup- plies. The radio broadcasting business lis becoming very extensive and a ' radio outfit not only furnishes a great oeai oi pleasure nut . anor is a spienom means oi iiiioi niHiion. i iie Union Radio Co. has already sold n number of outfits and their possibili ties are almost unlimited. Mr. Chude A. Pusser of Youngs town, Ohio, is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pusser of New Salem. Mr. Pusser i i; I ... TL is chief clerk to the superintendent of j the New York Central railroad at Youngstown. This is his second trip i home since the wp.r. He having vis ; ited the home folks after returning from France. He says that the rail road strike in that part of the coun try is not as effective as it is here, the reason being that there has been so much unemployment out there that the men are reluctant to leave their jobs. The countv summer school for teachers opened this morning with sixty-five teachers enrolled at the first session. It is believed that there will be between seventy-five and one hun dred in attendance within a few days. burk is directing the school with Miss ef) the Hnlon Grove tt,lcPhone ex: Frances Summerell, graduate of the.c,hanSe- H? was als0 . successful University of California, who has con- farmer and a good neighbor. He was ducted a number of summer schools, ?, member of Ln ion Grove Primitive Miss Sallie Sumner of Lineobton and ; Baptist church i and lived a consecrat Miss Ruby Sisk of Lincolnton as as- d 'hrlstlanJ !lfe- Besides his wife, sistants. Mrs. T. E. Johnson of the e deceased is survived by one son state department of education is here:-"1; J- C Medlin of Monroe township, for two or three days to assist in get' ting the school started off. Mr. Sterne Camp.of Jefferson, S. C, a nephew of Mr. J. S. Camp, of the Tharn Hardware Company, suffered a broken arm above the joint and the joint was injured in an automobile recn in iron i oi .r. vermin oca- hart's on the Wadesboro road, Satur- day afternoon about 3:30 o'clock. Mr. Camp could not see clearly through the windshield on account of rain and he struck a Ford sedan in which were Mr. and Mrs. Roberdel Leak, of Rock ingham. A rear wheel was knocked oir the sedan but none of the occu- I was called and gave the injured man medical assistance and rushed him to a Chnrlotte hospital where an x-ray I picture could be taken of his arm. He was accompanied by Mr. Camp's com panion, a young man by the name of Harkey, who was unhurt, although their car turned completely over and 'was badly damaged. - ,, . J, V . . ' The Methodist and Episcopal Bi lk classes will hold a joint nutting in the Methodist B.ble cias room next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock I at I'-h-.-h 1 Mr I .1 Parlor will lecture the classes. Mr. Parker one of the best speakeis in the state and a treat is in store for those who attend these Bible classes next Sun day morning. The protracted meeting of the Phil adelphia Baptist church. Lanes Creek township, will begin on Sunday, July I Oil. L t I I ll conducting services. Services will be he,d each-day wKmnmit with , pray KViict at 10:30 a. m.. preaching I 1 t ,, - ,nd 2.ao n. m. Rev. A. C .lurtner ciue r.as oeen louno. gatherings mi woul I occasion mucn comm-nt if Monroe citizens were forc- ed to travel fifty or on hundred miles to ninv smh dcvelonmi-nt instead !"Yes, mine has been there now until! Methodist church, will be interested to know that his daughter. Miss Vir- ... . .. , ... . , ... -''n,a was mair.ei e(snesaay ning at 8 o'clock to Mr. Orello Simmons Buckner. The ceremony took place in the First Methodist church in Hendersonville, and was perform- ed by the bride's father, who is pas- tor of that church. Mr. Buckner is a graduate of the University of Illinois anj js engaged in research work for the Norton company, Worchester, Mass. Mrs. Buckner is an exception ally talented violinist, receiving much of 'her training at the North Carolina College for Women at Greensboro, mn.lcr Robert L. Rov. n mn.sioi:n mid artist of note. . r ' fj,m;iv rt, ,,.,.., j Kl.i(lav from Laktf junaius. ka. where they attended the Men's Bjble Class Federation. Mr. Love states that there were about fivr hundred delegates in attendance, bo sides hundreds of others who were spending some time at the Mehtodist assembly grounds. Bishop DuBose, Geo.Stuart and Campbell Morgan were among the greater lights who ad- dressed the federation. Mr. Love also made an address but he objects to being classed with the former gen tlemen. Mr. J. S. Stearns and family also attended from Monroe. Mr. Love is very much impressed with the beau ty of Lake Junaluska and with the iv hi uuimiunhfl ttim Willi mi- . . . . , . , , , , . splendid worklhat is being done. This!faits but at ,ast ne propounded his , , . . . . , , uncut. lo.ke covers aoout two hundred and fifty acres and has been improved and beautified until it is a joy for ever. Mr. I. N, Medlin died at his home at ! 'nn Grle in , Me township, ruiay a,1 1 oeovk of cancer from which he had suffered for years. .Mr. .Medl.n was a splendid citizen md for about nine years had onernt and two daughters, Mrs. F. L. Baucom of Monroe township, and Mrs. Alon zo Griffin of Goose Creek township. Mr. Wilson Medlin of Belmont is a brother and Mrs. Jack Fowler, Mrs. i Hit! FowW. and Mr. M.irv f'hwnv all of Monroe township are sisters 0f the decease. Funeral services were neid f-aturday afternoon at 4 o clock and the remains were interred in the cemetery at Union Grove. Newspaper Vendor To Re-inter Moth er in Better Coffin Louisville, Ky., July 16. Because he thinkfl the Coffin nf hi mnthar Mrs. Mary Lampton, who died three jrn BKU is nui s lining a one as she deserves Otis Lampton, a Louis - vi.le paper vendor, will have her body d sinterred tomorrow afternoon and reburied in a better one. The expense will amount to $150, which he has sav ed from gelling papers. Very few dollar bills have ever been in a collection plate. Price Cuttin We can't get ahead by holding someone else back. Real progress comes only when all are pu.-hing forward. . This comes to mind as a rest of observing a cat-and-dog fight busi ness row out in a city neighborhood. One grocer has monopolized the trade of tiig particular section for ten years. He was beginning to take things easy when another man opened a store right across the street. Every time he looked at this competitor's store the old grocer's neck began to swell, and he would begin to scheme up ways to get rid of him. The most obvious way was to cut prices. The other fellow met the cuts and now and then he would do a lit tle cutting on his own account. This kept up for a year, and the newcomer having exhausted his capital sold out his business for the price of junk, and a fresh man moved in. this new g ocer had a little capital, so he and the old timer battled along at price cutting for six more months. One day the r.tweomer walked over to the store of his rival. "Say," said the competitor, "you haven't made a ri.-kl out of your store for 18 months. In fact, you've been losir.s money. Hov ntueh longer can you last?" "None cf your busies?," replied the old timer. "Well, I just thought Pd tell you that I'm almost broke, but I know of a fellow who will buy me out .and who can stand another year of this pice-cutting. He says you'll be all in by that time. I just thought I'd tell yoa this, because it occurred to me that maybe we could a-ree to woik together to i:iease the business of this neighivrhood, and finally find plenty -f profit for both of us." They 'hvlared a truce. Roth went back to the busT.ess of selling grevrio" in.-tead of cutting e;: n oth-r's throats. Tiu-y have and always did have a common problem that of getting those who live in the reighhorhood to buy in their own community rather than over the telephone from the downtown grocers. Today, l-y helping each other to get ahad. "they are both making money. Type Metal Magazine. Take Care of Your Dog (From Our Dumb Animals) There is no more reason why one should allow his dog to become a mi 'sr. nee to his neighbors than that they should permit his cattle or his swine to annoy them and injure their property. If my dog or dogs, are turn ed loose day and night and overrun my neighbor's premises, trampling down his garden and flower-beds, or defil ng his piazzas and sidewalk', surely my neighbor has just cause t ,m. nfiniiililiit 1 wa liV'O llntrn for complaint. If we love our dogs, U .u . .,. (km e ue u io .rm iU -.r the enmity of those whose property j they might injure. Build a good wire fence around as large an enclosure as you can plan for, and so, while giving freedom and exercise to your dog. keep him from winning the hos- jtility of your neighbors Got Her The advertisement ran: "A lady, in delicate health, wishes to meet with 'a useful companion. She must be do i mosticated. musical, early riser, aim liable, of good nnnearanee. nnd have some experience in nursing. Total ab- Istnner preferred. Comfortable home. No salary." Shortly afterwards the estimable lady received a pr.rcel bearing the familiar inscription, "This side up with care." It contained a meek-looking tabby cat. Th? family was seated at dinner, and the conversation turned to school lessons, much to the consternation and disgust of little Cynthia. "What period in English history are you studying?" asked her father. "The Stuarts," said Cynthia, curtly. There was a long pause as father thought on a question to put to his daughter. He was a little hazy about poser, "What was the first thing James I did when he came to the throne?" asked father, solemnly. "Sat on it, I suppose," replied Cyn thia, with calm conviction. It was his first trip in an airplane. The pilot asked him whether he was nervous. "Not me; I don't know what fear is." He said this so perkly that the pilot gave him many new sensations looping the loop, spiraling down, and so forth before they came to the earth ngain. "I don't mind telling you," he said to the passenger, "that fifty per cent of those people below expected us to smash." And the passenger's comn'ent was: "I don't mind telling you that fifty per cent of those above did, too." Look for the bright side. Ruth's in come tax won't be so big. Eavly corn is being shocked. Big ger the bottle the more the shock. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Having duly qualified as Adminis- trator of tlv estate of T. E. McGuirt, 'iloiancal rll ftarantw hntti'mr ,fiStlw I against said estate are hereby noti- i:ea to prereni tne same to me unuer- 1 signed administrator on or before the fourteenth day of July. A. D.. 11'21, or this notice will be plead in bar of the'r right of recovery. All persons indebted to said estate are notified to make prompt payment. This the 14th dny of July. 1!22. R. L. McGuirt, Admr. on estate cf T. B. McGuirt, Dec'd. Special Notice One cent a word each insertion. ALL KINDS' phonograph repairing and all work guaranteed. Hollo way's Music House. L'SED CARS FOR SALE 1191 Dodge Touring 11921 Hodge Tourinr 1 1S19 Bukk 6 Touring I 1H20 Buirk 6 Touring 1 191$ Chevrolet Touring I 1920 Chevrolet Touring 1 7 Passenger Chandler These cars in good fchape. They are going at sacrifice prices. Look them over before you buy. Secrest Motor Co. RANGE FOR SALE at auction next Saturday at 3 p. m. Also three turner oil stove. 1 an be seen at Monroe Kurn. it Auction Co. DRINK MINERAL WATER The kind that's best and also fresh, de livered to you in Monroe, on any or every week day. Price reasonable, tree trial on request. What could be nKie convenient ? Luther Wil liams, at Lee Griffin's store, or tel enhone f.So-J. BRING YOUR chickens to S. R. Dos ter. GIVE I S your order for a Buirk if you want one in August. Secrest Motor t o. WOE REPAIRING First class work at moderate prices. Hand sewing a specialty. Also machine repairing. All work guaranteed. Monroe Shoe Shop, 201 East Jef ferson Street. I OH RENT A new W. Richardson. bungalow. J. FOR SALE A new Bukk Six Tour ins. Secrest Motor Co. SEE S. R. POSTER before you sell your country produce. TWO AUTOMOBILE sheds for rent, near passenger depot. Half price. J. A. Lingle. FOR SALE Large roomy tent at Pleasant Grove camp ground. II. 1. Stewart. GOODYEAR Tires and Tubes. It pays to buy the best. Secrest Motor Co. FARM I On SALE. I offer my farm of oJ acres, located near Unionville. for nale. See me if interested. W. A. Cuthbertson, Unionville, N. C. BRING YOUR hams, eggs and chick ens to S. R. Doster. FOR SALE Ten-room, two-story residence and two vacant lots near colored graded school. Ida D. Shadd, 5ol S. Morris Street. PHONK US your orders for groceries and vegetables. MeColluiii Bros., Phone 474. FOR SALE, rent or trade, a new 5 - room bungalow, one mile front the K(uare. Secrest Motor Co. GREEN'S PILE REMEDY is the remedy thnt advertised itself across the continent. Guaranteed to re lieve any case of piles, or money re funded. Supplied by The English Drug Co., or The Union Drug Co. FOR SALE CHEAP My Briscoe, in good running order. O. D. Hawn. U SAVE by buying your supplies at Dr. Whitley's store, Unionville. We handle the best goods. FOR SALE A llirce-horse farm in Goose Creek tow nship. Good build ings, good orchard, six acres mead ows, pasture. A good place to live, make a living and then some. Se crest Motor Co. FI LL LINE Purina dairy feed and laying mash at Gullege & Snyder's. FOR SALE My house r.nd lot on Washington St. Reason for sell ing am leav'n;; to" i 0. O. Hawn. PIANO TUNING a Work guari'Mt' e t'r Ho;i;e, r;i(im C. -cgitlatlng I'l.nvay Mil. Monroe, N FOR SALE 2"i licr-s on Lancaster highwoy, near .1. C Turner's. Well timbered. Secre-t Muter Co. AUTO TRANSFER If you want good service, Phone a.'. Frank Helms' Transfer. SEE US for your fruit jars, jar rings and raps. MeCoIliim Bros. LET US TELL you about the new :uperior mevrniet. sec rest .Moior i Co. GET MAGAZINES at Hie Union Va riety Store. FOR RENT One coltage. H. E. j Cc.pple. NICE DESIRABLE room, one block i from square, lor rent at reasona I ble price. Mrs. R. G. Mason, tele ' phone -107. FIFTY MARBLES for five cents at the Union Variety Store. FRESH SEEDS All kinds, 5 cents paper. riyler-Fi).-..Jp-burk Co. .FOR SALE Collard plants. S. R. i Doster. LOST Saturday night on Main street brown ostrich leather billfold con- taining sixty to seventy-five dollars. Owner's name inside. Contains snap shots, business cards, and a few I cupons. Lilier.il reward if return ed to Secretary Chamber of Com- rr.eree, Monroe. RE4DY FOR RACE AGAINST HUSBAND Latest photograph of Mrs. Miriam A- Ferguson, wife of the former governor of Texas who was im peached. At hubby's bequest she sought to enter the Democratic pri manes in the race for the United States Senate. If Gov. Jimmy' was found ineligible, it was agreed the wife should be "it in place of the "jtormy petrol" STARVING ARTIST WINS PRIX DE ROME A' w Just as he was to be evict-.-'! Ir..:n bis uiiM-rable New v;h l:r.nc, Alfred l-'logcl won the l'n de Rome, which means ?1,ijOJ a year for three years, free residence in the Academy of Arts, and an oppor tunity to travel without ejipense. The great artist has managed to live only by house painting and kal somining. WANTED A position as st. n igraph or. Telephone .'IQli-R. HOUSE FOR RENT Cb-o in. Ellie Wilson. -Mrs. BUY YOUR Goodyear ' res at Dr. Whitley's store and w;v" money. Fresh stock at all time;. WHITE HOUSE pure api' vin-T'.r at 50c per gallon. IJri iif.' ;. or.r Ju. McColIu in Tiros. BUY YOUR Goodyear tires .V. Dr. Whitley's store and save Money. Fresh stock at all times. RUGS, RUGS Special prices for the nxi ion days: Ka'onah Velvet, 9 x 12. 23.00; Hudson Brussels, 11 3x12. $22.50; Lincoln Tap., !t x 12, $17.25; Beacon Tap., 9 x 12. $11.75: Wool and Fibre. 0 x 12, S.25; Small Tap.. Zi x 27 inches. $1.40.- Monroe Furniture- & Auc tion Co. WANTED 1000 pounds of country hams. S. R. Doster. BALL FRUIT JARS The host kind. Also caps and rubbers. Lathan & Ha gler. U SAVE by buying your supplies at Dr. Whitley's store, Unionville. We handle the best goods. jl.OST A small blue'; mare mule I with halter on. Notify Sam D. I Holms, phone 4 on 22, Monroe. WANTED Chickens and eggs. J. W. Richardson. HOUSE MOVING If you want your house moved or raised, see me or call at Lee Park Dairy. Jas. S. Helms, Monroe Route 1. JUST RECEIVED Barrel Fancv Porto Rico Molasses Plyler, Fun doibink & Co. SEE GULLEDGE & SNYDER for Purina, the best dairy feed and laying mash. FOR RENT My residence on Lan caster Avenue. All conveniences. Fhtu.e Kl-R Mrs. W. S. Krausa. ?J 7 V -