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THE MOXTtOE JOCKSAL. TIESDAY. OCTOBER 14. 1819.
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who deposit with this bank are absolutely safe.
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This Bank has had since its organization, and will continue to have, the fol
lowing guiding principles:
SAFETY. Safety First. Safety for the bank, and above all, safety, for its de
positors. The sum of $90,000.00 has been retained out of the net earn
ings of the bank as a special and additional fund for the .protection of
its depositors. This fact puts this bank on the Honor Roll of banks; for
very few banks
surplus to capital and
skeptical that people
PROGRESS. We are not in the business for a mush room growth. We are,
in fact, conservative. Yes, but our object is to be just conservative
enough to be able to be truly and safely progressive. We believe in
progress along all good lines, and especially progress in civic righteous
ness. This bank undertakes not only to make a success for itself, but to
help on all its customers and friends to better things. Has it done so?
The stockholders are not complaining and the number of people this
bank has helped over tight and rough places and on to better things
must now be counted by the thousands.
COURTESY. It is our purpose not only to safeguard and benefit materially
in this world's goods all with whom we deal, but to please and satisfy
all our customers to the extent of our utmost patience and ability. To
this end, let it be understood that we are always ready and anxious to
correct mistakes when convinced that we are in error and we will grant
every favor within our power consistent with our duty. If our advice
on a business proposition is worth anything, you are welcome to it, and
we will take and safely keep your valuables until you call for same, and
especially your Liberty Bonds. In short, we are trying to do everything
for cur customers and the public that any sound bank ought to do, and
it is upon this basis that we invite your deposits, your confidence and
your friendship.
The Bank of Union
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Alienist Find Parsons Who killed
Driver of Monroe Man's Car, Wat
Pivhahly Craiy When He Commit
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Kockinphani. Oct. 10. Fester Far-
'sous, white and aged 23. was declar
ed insane late today by a $roup of
alienists called here from several
Maree cities to Investigate the case.
Parsons is charged with the slay-
LXiiiiE of two negro Jitney drivers while
W driving out of Hamlet last July. Trial
has been postponed pending the re-
stilt of the alienists' investigations,
j The probe has been on since Monday.
Anions: the snecialists was Dr. J. E.
XIS. Davidson of Charlotte who was
'summoned by the superior court to
$A Kookinghain and who testified that
Sa tl;e defendant was sane, said that
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Theollowins is the premium list
(or the Waxhaw Community Fair
the Jackson-Sandy Ridge
township fair association at Waxhaw
Friday. Oct. 17. 1919:
(Note: 125 of these premiums
are given by the State Department of
Agriculture. I
Farm and field products: Best pro
lific coin, ten ears, first prise 12.00-c;
second prize, work shirt, value
ll.So-c.
Best one-eared variety corn, ten
. iirs, first priae $-.00-c; second
prize Jl.OO-c.
HtM exhibit, and variety, one stalk.
W. S. BLAKEXEY, President.
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II. G. LAXEY, Cashier.
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tust prize, pair overalls, ?J.OO-c; iiut
i iif, 1.5-c.
Whipporwill peas, best . . ,50-c
l!"l Itipple peas, best 50-C
lihukeye peas, best 50-c
Clay peas, best 50-C
Any other variety, best 50-c
Itest stalk, any variety 50-c
Cow pea hay f 1.00-c i
Sweepstakes for hay, crimson clov-j
el' seed, $1.75-0.
Best Appier oats 50-c
liest lied Hust l'lOL'f oats , . ,50-c '
Sweepstakes lor oals ?l.uv-c
Sweepstakes for peanuts .. . .50-c
Htsi rye, any variety 50-c
litst stalk so beans, any variety,
."iH-C.
Sweepstakes for velvet beans l-e
llest stalk velvet beans . . . .50-c
liest wheat: I.eep's prolific. .50-c;
Purple straw, .50-c; any bearded va
riety, .50-c; any beardless variety,
.jl)-C.
Sweepstakes for wheat, . . 11.00-c
Horticultural products: liest ex-
yrrcrov of cm.hai.d fruiti fllvt ,.izei $1;
Let the
Fordson Tractor
fill your Silo
Ample for all kinds of belt work
An acre an hour Kerosene for Power
'Jp'ltrmsfVKrifm'' ' mmmf hmwM A-- nni,.
The FORDSON Tractor
PRICE $730.00, F. O. B., DEARBORX, MICH.
We dealers cannot afford to allow
your crops to rot in the fields or
your plowing to be delayed at a
critical time. We have provided
for just such emergencies and are
prepared at all times with Service
Men, and Service Parts to give you
skilled service efficiently and
promptly, taking it to you on your
Farm. We have prepared to fur
nish you in addition with the prop
er tools, thus assuring you great
est efficiency from your tractor.
Oliver Plows,
Amsco Seed Drills,'
Roderick Lean Harrows,
McKay Disc Plows,
Xewell Sanders Plows,
Dunham Culti-Packers.
Henderson G&rag'e and Machine Co.
Ford Cars, Ford Trucks, Fordson Tractors, Genuine Ford Parts.
strond prize, .50-c.
9 st collection dried fruit, first
prize ll.OO-c; second prize, ,50-c.
Irish potatoes, early variety, best,
jl.OO-r; lat variety, best,. 11.00-c.
Sweepstakes for Irish potatoes,
11.00-c
Lima beans, any variety, ,50-c
Onions, any variety 50-c
Sweet peppers 50-c
Cayenne peppers 50-c
Sweet potatoes: Norton yams,
$1.00-c; Nancy Hall. 11.00-c; South
ern Queen. 1.00-c; Porto Kico,
11.00-c; any other variety. 11.00-c.
Pest tomatoes, any variety, ,50-c.
liest turnips, any variety, . . 50-c
Best collection of beets . . . ,50-c
liest and largest pumpkin, . .50-c
Best 1-2 peck field beans . . .50-c
Best and most 'attractive collection
from a home garden, first prize. 12;
second prize, 11.00-c;' third prize,
.50-c.
Best collection vegetable seed sav
ed from home garden, 11.00-c.
Home economic department:
Best pantry exhibit, first prize, 15.00;
second prize, cut glass whipped cream
set, 13.50; third prize, ten pounds of
sugar, $1.25.
Best exhibit canning club girls,
first prize, lamp Valued at 12; sec
ond prize, gold ring valued at 1.50.
Best Jar canned fruit, any kind,
first prize. 12; second prize. 1
Best Jar canned vegetables, any
kind, first prize 2; second prize II.
Best Jar jam, any kind, first prize
2; second priz. 1.
Best glass jelly, any kind, first
prize, 2; second prize, 1. '
Best home-made butfr, one pound,
ri nrizp. tl-e: second prize ,50-c.
lust loaf of bread. , . . . .50-C
Best school lunch 1.00
Bert biscuit 50-c
Best molasses, or sorghum . . .50-c
Best home-made fly trap . . 11.00-c
Best tireless cooker IJ.OO-c
Best house dress 11.00-c
Best Jar preserves, any kind, ll-c
Best Jar pickles, any kind. 11.00-c
Livestock department: Best faml-
Iv cow, breeding and a.e considered,
first prize, pig, 10; second prize.
12.50.
Best registered bull 15.00
Best registered cow- 15.00
liest grade heifer 15.00
Best registered boar 15.00
Best registered sow 15.00
Best registered pig 15.00
rtoct it n rnit 6 to 12 months
old. on bridle, valued at 7.50-c.
eBst mule colt, 6 to is mourns
old, one bridle, valued at 17.50.
Poultrv Department: Best trio
Barred Plymouth Rocks, first prize,
fl; second prize, .5.
Best trio Khode Islands, first prtze,
1 ; second prize, .50.
Best trio Cornish games, first
prize, 11; second prize, .50
Best trio Leghorns, either color,
1; second prize. .5.
Sweepstakes for poultry, . . 11.00
tViitrrl flowers: Best exhibit o(
flowers, st cups and saucers, valued
at 11.50. v
Best exhibit cut flowers, .75.
Miscellany: Under this head wit'
t,p exhibited all articles of historic
or sentimental value and anything
which lies not a place on the premi
um list. Several dollars In premiums
v.ill bo awarded. Third prizes, where
th'M' is no prer.il nu offered, v. Ill be
a blue ilbbcn.
One MONROE
85. THURSDAY
OCT. 16
THE OXLK tlKCTS THAT WILL BE HEItE THIS SEASON.
Rhode. Royal CIRCUS
TKAlXKIl WILD ANIMAL and OLD lil'FKAl.O WIU WEST Exhibition.
A HISTORICAL, ETHNOLOGICAL AM EMCATIOXAL EXHIBITION.
(iKEATEK, NOBLEU AN1I iKAMEB THAN EVER BEFORE
ENLAIUiEl) AND lIECONSTItl'CTEI) FOR THE PRESENT SEASON.
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FE ROYAL'S FAMOIS HERD OF PIRFORMINU ELEPHANTS
Who have delighted the hearts of thousands of siectittors.
THE .MILITARY HORSE IHULI A Pii tuis-iie Etif sti Ian Novelty. In.
troduriiig the Famous Royal Black Horse Huzzars.
"FRONTIER DAYS 'A (iREAT WILD WEST SHOW Full of THRILLS.
1 'unions Rough Riders Daring Cow Boys Cow (.his, Roe Silnners,
Lasso Th rowers Champion Tihk and I'aney Itlillng.
PROF. WHITE'S Foiiioiin Tioiik of Trained Donlie-ys logs, (.oats. Po
nies, and Little llemy, that Cute IliirUIng Mule.
HI Fl NNY CLOWNS. AERIAL ARTISTS AND BARE BACK RIDERS 10
- Bands, Fiv Concert at Ximiii. Free- 0oti Air Evhihitions en (miinds
at 1 and 7 P. M. Pet foniiances at 2 and H P. M.
I'iMler Water Proof Tents Dxr 0hmi One Hour Eat tier.
SEE BI LI.ETIN BOARDS AND HAND BILLS
Lack of space here forbids Entire Particulars covering this big enterprise.
THE MAN IN WHOSE JUDGMENT YQU HAVE CONFIDENCE.
THE MAN WHO STANDS FOR PROGRESS, ACCOMPLISHMENT.
IN YOUR COMMUNITY INVARIABLY HAS A BANK ACCOUNT.
IT IS NOT DIFFICULT TO HAVE SUCH AN ACCOUNT. THE
HARD PART IS THE START AND WE MAKE THAT EASY.
IF YOU WOULD ENTER THE RANKS OF THE BEST CITIZENS
YOU SHOULD START AN ACCOUNT NOW.
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NATIONAL
When you have
Money you have
Friends.
Have you ever noticed that when a man is known to
have money in the bank he invariably has friends,
many friends? Not necessarily because he has mon
ey, but because the possession of a banking account
is a strong indication of his success in life and suc
cessful men are always admired.
We invite you to open an account with us today.
The Saving's, Loan and Trust Co.
U. I). Rtdtvine, President. II. B. Clark, Cashier.

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