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Tire moxkoe JortmL. Friday, july 21. 1922.
LEE g LEE COS ITV7TVT M 1 Closes Saturday, July 29th Opened Thursday, July 20th, YOU CAN BUY THE BEST MERCHANDISE THE MARKET AFFORDS, SUCH AS MEN'S CLOTHING, LADIES READY - TO - WEAR, MFVS WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, ALL KINDS OF DRESS FABRICS, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND GENTS' FURNISH INC. EVERYTHING AT BIG SAVING, SOME AS MUCH AS ONE-THIRD OFF. WHY NOT ANTICIPATE YOUR NEEDS AND SEIZE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE? t EXTRA SPECIAL 5c One Lot Calico. 10c values: priced 3c Sc Standard Apron Gingham, pure Indigo dyed, value 12! c; Sale Trice Sc Solid Colored Yarn-dyed Chambray. value 12' c; Sale Trice c 15c Light and Dark Colored ot-ineh Tercale. value 20c; Fast Colors; I'erfect Cloth; Extra Special 15c 20c Ladlassie Cloth, pure yarn-dyed, fast colored fabric. for Dreses and Children's Tlay Suits, value 25c; Summer Sale Trice -)c TVTD 4 GDETI K T Mercerized Cotton Toplins. val- LAiiiA drLUAL ues up to i c. o- Sale Trice "dKj 12-c ::ti-i;uh Tleached Domestic, soft finish for the needle, alue 17':c; Sale Trice 12'iC $1.00 Tan.t:is and Sport Silks, values $1.50 and $1.75; Very Special --w 15c 10-inch Colored Voiles, beautiful ne;:t patterns; values L(c; Sale Trice '. l-e ;T5c Colored Voiles. Hatiste and Swiss; value 50c and 1:0c ; Special Trice 'c $1.00 Human House Dresses, fast colors, adjustable v.aist ' .ir.ds; ery Special $--0) $1.30 i:ira si.-e Uu;m;;r. House Dresses, sizes is t: 52: S:::e Trice S-"' Sc Hack V.wl Towe's. v:;U:cs 10c: Triced So 10c Huvk I:ne!.-. N.i'i.e 13c: Triced 10c ;;."c Tu-ki. Towels, vcrv special, heavy weight; Suie Trice 25c 12x36 Pillow Cases, value 35c; Triced 23c CI A A CI TDDCDC t)ne Pa,r ' a kind. 8ma" szes' $1.UU OLlirMo values up to $4.00; ffl AA Your Choice pi.VU $2.00 White Canvas Patent Leather Trimmed Sport Oxfords and Pumps, value $3.00; Rood Leather Bottoms; a bang-up good value $2.00 $:;.95 Women's Kid. Patent and P.rogue Leathers, dis continued lots, most all sizes, values $fi.50 to $9.00; assorted stjles; your choice $3.93 $5.00 Men's Leonard. Shaw & Dean Oxfords, discon tinued numbers, but good styles and exceptional values; values $7.00 to &I.00, Priced 33.09 KAYXEE SHIRTS AND BLOUSES REDUCED KAYNEE." the Sign of (Juality when found in a Boy's Garment. Blouses, alue $1.00; Sale Trice 85c 10c Ladies Gauze Vests, sizes 38 to 44, values 15c; Sale Price 10c $1.23 Boys' Shirts, with neck bands; Special 95c $1.23 Boys Shirts, with collars; Sale Price $1.05 19c Men's Athletic Underwear Shirts and Drawers, values 33c; Very Special 19c Qjr 'Men's Shirts, Special Values up to $2.00; A JdC Eclipse Shirts included in this Lot v JC ALL MEN'S CLOTHING AT SALE PRICES. Lee & Lee Company, Monroe When Many of Our Ancestors United in Bonds of Matrimony O.rhurn hv Rev. T. J. Oirburn. I Nov. 18, (ieo. D. Yotler to Eliza beth Broom by Esq. Jas. G. Coving ! '.'Cone Ouchou" A.,.iml ind'inil ucl'lllIM tht' U-.U- . . ...... lV r?' Jolly is a harmless lunatic who is mon- Marriare Records of Union County, Beginning With the Ural tafly normal exi.ept tht ho has an lu'l"7 . , . ti- i'nt:i thp Present Time. To Be obsession for dressing up in freakish V- One Recorded in lol Until me lrcseni nme, io ue Xhe wme individual would Given Through Columns of The Journal pasg as sane Bt a masquerade, or i 'i A . Tv ii im mn i"1"" Lnn Hiirinir uniilcm ica of iaZZ stvll'S. Marriac' in lN7 Fib !. Z. W. Bikers to Austin bv Esq. A. W. McManus. Feb. 11. H. J- Bivens to Came U. Faulkner by R?v. A. Marsh Feb. IT. ?andy Brewer to Arrena Baucom by Esq. J. S. Smith. March 11. Zeb. B Bn.oks to Ja.'.e Simpson by Esq. C. J Braswell. March 17. R. C. Biens to E.len Marh by Rev. J. A. Bivens. Feb. l!, I. d- Dirmiimiiam ; . -iril 4 R L. C.ritTin to Susie Love 'Another interesting eccentric around I,,, x" a,t V V Criffin insan asylums is the gentleman wno Aug. 1. IT. J. r.. ureene iu o. i. nun mv ui ..., r.reen" bv Esi . . ,i M. B. L. Flow. ! oped that he hoards bits of glass or Sept. 10, W. B. Unnin to Lime ' orignt quariz peuoiea, uuuu n y Menus bv iiusion mat tney are muiienr-eiy 6ct 31 Sidney A Griffin to Sarah uable. He has a lot in common with J Heinn'by Eq. T. C. Griffin. Uome of the people outside the Esy Nov 4, Robert Gardner to Florence jlum, who have the same eagerness He'ms bv Eq H. L. Crowell. to accumulate money, jewels or rare No" U V S. Gaddv to Dora rhU 'articles. The insane people are not fer by' Esq. H. F. Pav. 'all locked up. Science now is train- ,ce Thomas by Esq. J. h. Smith, i ' Simpon by Esq. T. I'. Grif- disorders. One authority says that the June 21. Michael Byrd to Margaret Elaine Simp.on n u ihiLrt,Pst nroblem in America today is B. Johnston by Rev. F. . Hjlliard. i'"- c v , . Anna 'curbinir our unconfined madmen all July 4, J. H. Broom to Aimetta uty v . , from fanaticll to what Fd West by Esq. J. O. Covington. $ c. Houston to Em-'Howe, wise country editor, calls "pub- t.,l.. i I ..u Rrnnm to Ber ine Moser Jan.. irr. t.. v. .. . i. ..; uuij - Mnv hi' fveV. . . Kaicnioru. . UC UIIUIIS iuuui.iv. Jan ti, . H. Hawkins to Flora Dr. A. Warren Starnes, neurologist Tresle'v bv Rev. II. C. Moore. 'of Tufts Medical School, points out March ti, Amos lU'ims to iiaine ,;nai one ui uic iu i juri" He'lms by Esq. M. L. Flow. 'mal brain is the tendancy to conform March 10. J. M. Hill to Carrie E. to the customs and naDits oi ine ma M'u..Hwv.n p. ( Stinson. i ioritv. Discussin:' eccentric individ- I L',, I t Holnw July 2". G. D. Broom to Ma Harkey by Rev. W. R. Ware. Sept. Joseph Broom to An;,"ehne Helms bv Esq. R. L. Helms. Oct. 21. R. B. Biggers to Ket'.a , T.v. hv Esa. J. L. Little. 'nv. 7. John E. Broom to iaran M. Trull by Esi. T. C Griffin. Nov. 10, Henry Bivens to Laura TarMork bv Rev. J. L. Bennett. Dec. 12, W. J. Bryant to Sarah . Nance bv Esq. J. L. Smith. Dec. 22. Luther Z. Cox to Laura Smith by Esq. B. F. Barker. Jan. !. Charlie B. Edwards to Belle Helms by Elder J. F. Mills. March 14, Robert Fisher to Lilhe Horton bv Rev. H. C. Moore. May lfi. C. M. Faulk to Jane Kiker by Esq. E. J. Griffin. June 13. J. D. Funderburk to Cora Benton by Jlev. R. H. James. July 30, Solomon u. rauiK io den- March in. Jas. T. Hyatt to Fannie .uals, he says this about 'paranoid Trull by Esq. M. L. Flow. personalities.' er-t 2 F. Raul Huntley to Alic-M "These individuals are peculiarly Long by Esq. R. L. Helms. sensitive. Their ego is dominent anl Sept. 2, Ben F. Helms to Roxie they care more for its promptings Brecon bv Esq. R. L. lL'lms. ,than for the commendation of the Oct 7, J. Franklin Hill to Cora other members of ther group. These Chancy bv Esq. C. N. Simpson. j individuals frequently head reform Oct 10,' William K. Helms to Dei-1 movements, but more often they live zie Barker by Esq. H. L. Trice. 'a thorn in the flesh of their asso- Oit 13, David A. Hood to Ida B. ciatcs, quibbling over the social Bigger by Rev. R. F. Bryant. j transgression of their neighbors, Oct 13. John B. Hargrove to Mil. and attempting numerous social ,i.v.H H..th hv 'measures, the main motive for wnien urea rieain Dy '"itn, v..v -- Oct 11, Wm. D. Hargett to Emily is an unconscious and bi nd struggle Presley by Esq. J. N. Price. against the dictates of a larger herd v.lV !. r L. Helms to Laura J. or croup of people. Among these will Ju V 3U. Solomon U. rauiK io jen- ..'.,.. . ii- i. r,,,i .vnuihir. with thi en- cS.ATUhteHXa Dec 2,ameaW. Hamilton to Lila emy in time of war. certain cons - en V - . Tv hv E,. .1. I.. Little. V- fa I 11 A. Snrrest. March y, Henry Griffin to Alice Griffin by Rev. A. Marshy Mf They are GOOD! love bv Esii. J. L. Little. itious objectors, and those who habit- Dec. , William liargeii io imiiiw uany lunn ui.cikj imu Presley by Esq. J. D. A. Secrest. c:e;:es. Carried to the extreme de Dec. 11, J. Reece Helms to Lula gree, theese individuals are called Crook by Rev. R. H. James. 'paranoiacs' those who are so far Dec. lfl, Lindsey S. Helms to Sallie unbalanced as to have delusions of M Chaney by Rev. J. A. Bivens. persecution and ideas of granduer, Dec. 22, J. Everett Hasty to L. Ef-! Dr. Stearns adds this word of cau ie Pavi 'by Rev. B. F. Fincher. ,tion, in considering "paranoid per Feb. 25, J. M. Mullis to Cora Ham- sonalities" that it is human instinct :lton by Esq. H. F. Davis. to regard any one who disagrees with March 4, . V. JIUIIIS IO vina i. us 01 mui uiu ui iiiicimi .....n., , T r I TI 1 1 I : maf ka raniamlur(.l t Vl U f OflCP it must be remembered that once in a while one of these individuals is right and the world is wrong." But, on the whole, this wouldn't be a bad lie-1 roara oy esq. .. . i.mt i vr,v - . , Nov. 21, Charlie S. Massey to Maudlati inventory of some of the National Dec. 15, D. Thomas Morris to Flor- out their degrfe of sanity or mental ce M. Crowell bv Rev. J. C. Mock, unbalance. frrli m H. J. McManus to Mittie sxsz Gordon by Rey .A . B. .Caudle. FRESH BREAKFAST BACON at 25c Anrl 2U. Willie -MCUinnis a i.asiie M j cmui . r c;,vinanii hv Ksri. C. .1. Kraswell. Sept. 15, Lem E. Marsh to Fannie hcraft by Rev. J. A. Bivens. Sept. 22, David C. Mills to Jane Alice Foard by Esq. A. W. McManus. LOOKS LIKE INCOMPLETE JOH WIRING MARSHVILLE Lightning Struck Mr. Griffin' Barn- Mr. Bay knmminger .Marries Miss Autrey (FromMarshville Home, ISth.) Master J. C. Austin broke both bones of an arm just above the wrist while cranking a Ford car yesterday. The school at Fairview, in east Marshvil'e township, opened yester day with Mr. Henry M. Baucom as teach r. Mr. T. E. Monroe of upper Anson county, has purchased the Marshville Milling Company plant from Messrs. Mr. Ray Knmminger, son of .Mr. It. F. Krimminger, and Miss Ida Au- try, daughter oi .Mr. turner Auirey of Lanes Creek township, were mar ried Sunday. Lightning strucK tne oarn oi .;r. township Saturday. Fire was started in the shear oats tut Dy quica wofk the flams were extinguished and the building saved. , Last Saturday wnen ngntning struck the residence of Mr. Dolph Baucom in Marshville it was carried by light wires over town and a ne gro with Hargett Motor Company was knocked down, a workman for Marsh .-ille Motor Company, experienced a shock and Miv. J. T. Leonard was knocked down in her residence in ii, Marchvilla This unusual ;iui ill ,.i.it....i..v. - 1 v transmission of lightning over light il L.1..I vires has led some oi our mougnuui citizens to beliave that a careless job ....... Anna u-Kun nnli.a Up TP erected without ground wires on each, or at least on all poles in iront oi resi- onrl kliainpn houses. It lSh t too late yet to remedy this defect, for the protection oi numan me anu property. . PARISIAN SAGE Won'tLetYouGrowBald X Kb H hpnH i nn disgrace, out not many men are hankering after one Parisian Sage, delightful and inex pensive, will save your hair while you have hair to save, inn wonaenui sign of dandruff, stop scalp itch, and cause your hair to grow more aoun dant, lustrous and fascinating than ever. Ask fcngusn urug o. mey know that's why they guarantee it. Sold bv drtffzists and at toilet goods counters everywhere. 1 1 enc PORTLHND CEMENT MORE cars ar deitroycd by fire each year in the garage than on the open rood. As much money it spent in garage rent each year aa would adequately build new garage for all cart involved. There are two aruwer to thie it ta'.ion. Oan your ova garage. Build cf firt-procf materials. ', Your building material dealer caa tell you how to build moat economi cally end permanently. He will tell you Atlas Portland Cement is "the Standard by which all other male re measured." The Atlas Portland Cement Co. iiUl O&cn : - Nrw York - Cm too - Phila. Mi.'Zi. NorHimplon, Fa. HuJwn, N. V.- Lcd, A!a. The Standard by which ul other Maks ar mcatutcd f K Fan M. I.. Flow Dec. 24, Chas. C. Nash to Lucy C. Curlee by Esq. M. L. Flow. Oct. 3, Will Vickory to Lydia Tres 'py by Esq. J. E. Broom. OX 21, John V. Yites to Maud B. 666 Cures Malaria, Chills, Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds and La Grippe. CUT FLOWERS Floral designs, wedding boqoets, and flowers of aTl kinds Prices reasonable We make ship rents U Waxhaw, Marshville, "Wingale and other nearby towna. CODE MORGAN At fnion Drug Co. ITioae 221. One for You -r Ice-cold, delicious ana rerresmng VIA ii.F-a 5 Telephone your grocer for a case MONROE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Phone 310. F. W. PLNKSTON, Maaager.