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Tfir Monor hmt.wi. tum.w. NovKMitn: tx. twio.
- . . . . iinirii ni r.iiii'i I v-v.v.v.Av:-v..y-x-:-x-:-:- ti.i ui:i: t'i;i.ii"iM vX-X.vv. f W. 'i k.a.ii. Tr.t:ii.u !.' IH11lw.11 V . 5 j ft Y Y O r.uil.lintt. Iiim! M.n old UIm-. V i ft nni BL vS If lmim 8 ksJQ ; 1 EM?? n fl iiM n m in mi B nil stiETi; saM v. m u b m t n . bbi bbi be 11 EnBHMBB'BB'BB . . - j. in r - --t j - m 110 I II Vli R I RIl tFR A JLVTAA XX !,: u r.,,,v.,i i' ,vm CrAlXLH ri a II AAV W --- other Pamau, VvT . .1 , I A r n III M ff. J I Capital $50,000.22 Surplus $90,000.22 This Bank ha had since its organization, and will continue to have, the fol lowing guiding principles: S FETY rety First. Safetv for the tank, and above all, safety for its de-pc-iuk The sum of $!X.000.00 has been : incd out of the ntt earn-i-c the bark as a special and additional ...,id for the protection of lditci'S. This fact puts this bank on the Honor Roll of banks; .or very ft-w banks in the United States have set aside this proportion ot uTius to capital and it is sufficient evidence to convince the most tkcv.r'cl that people who deposit with this bank are absolutely safe. :!. o'd M.tiiiy uvu, tile one tii n auo, in ,n tor. I..tcy Oil- 1N I'll I'ai l if ! :. killi-d. au Jhii I'd s a i;;jnil. Wfih'tn-ii loi-k on! , :u l sioii in i.iakiiu ;0 for a mil. aiul ili'- voiHiuiK i rt v it '.! ! ; (i.li.Mis ri.ilw'lH:. Tlieif .. Ini" .:n.il! i:ils (: wllisk', '.(. v ;! atr; a ;i1n.iv- ot risar- , ,. nuul.- hy I5lufKW-U ; -MiM AN ATTK.UTIVK 1XTKIUOIJ i ....'.! ..t iv i.i, , ..r.'.Iish, ,! I1I AI TY IX HIIM I I KK IKK.S XOT XM KSSAIUI.Y IMI'I.Y TIIK ,l,.'i S!.'.llu..iu . ,.t-u.!i r Tin. (ST fOSII.Y MATi:UIAI.S. M'T ;(! JllHiMKNT ( (.1 Tin- Tt-hai-i-o Tiaut. ......... , .1 vi I' . I 1 I ' til H . .:!-. :: .". !: !'.:is il.it.- of 1M: ',.'.1 r-.l!.-. Hi ! l-etnii'. 'h" i .:a!.-on i!it:.i Uim Th ;S (if ii.l'.UO" i.'I'.l 1 1 ll iliOIV 1l''l,'!il Pleasure, Comfort and Satisfaction IN SK- YK SATISFY Tl!!' MOST )S'KIMIXATIX:; TASTK HKItK AT A i:r.Y iti:AsoN m.i: rT. :ia:i PROGRESS We are not in the business for a mush room growth. We are, . I j " A- 1- , ... n.ino. ll'ntlVJ X mi nun Alii HiT 1 C Til 11L Ll'llti enough to be able to be truly and safely progressive. We believe m Prom? along all good lines, and especially progress in civic npifeous- ne Tlvs bank undertakes not only to make a success for itseh, 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 mut now be counted by the thousands, , ,r.T't" '"r- . ., . . . .',j--v - 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 vour Liberty Bonds. In short, we are trying to do everything for our customers and the public that any soumt nar.K ougnio uu. .u:u u xi XX !.!! .IV '' l't'' v'' '' . ..li- :nain!. anil ;(co'il:i!!: H' wi u'i-'I v. a .nant! .n"'irvil t J. T. Mail . in 172. I:' .,K iaied a i:ov . liinuiil s'.ll in ( !;.; li.ini ioi.ul: one v;; iarh ''iamb, viiit.it of ;nnt III- otl.i-r rolll lii.-k 1:1:11!' in l7-i. Tins roiiitr slim' w.:s la il in jwl- :;s ain u'-'o. r.in.Ts aiu: rooii;i i.i:s ai yai:isi m ks ru r mkasi hk VAI.I I S. Tlli:V AKi: SOAI.FS THAT Y1K.II MI.KIT. A Pl.KASED i isioMi i: is a rittu iTAiii L cistomu:. 1: ai;k hi:i:i: to ri. i:si: yoi T. P. Dillon a Sons iK-MAI.K !' I.ANH. X'" XX it is upon this basis that we invite ynuv friendship. ur il'.-osits, vour confidence ami : 5 X The Bank of Union V. S. HLAKENEV, President. II. (I. LANEY, Cashier. if --:-::":-k:m 6-4 l'y virtu of an oil 1 inai!' by U. V. i..-mi ioikI. K.-q.. Olfik of llio Su i.i iioi I'liuri of I'nion I'mmiy in ill.' .-i-'ii:l l'ioi-i-liii): oiuiil'il Anna L. U.nlaiul. Ai uiinist mil ix. t-t ill, v. Oliailts r. (.aiiaiu!. til' Slk.n Coiu Iianv. t a'." Ill' untlt'invintl will on I Yiil.t), 'Xx ila of V'Uiiil'i-i, ill 12 oM.mU hi., Y ai tin' Coin I Hon?5 i'lU.r in Moiuoo. $X N. sill at public (motion to the !iii;l.'st bidder tbo followins; tracts j't of land. !inn nd b-iiiR in 1! 11 lord XX Towtis'.iiii, adjoining the land of K. !: I'.. I.ii:. .. l!i Huniliy land ai.d 0U1 S':' i iv. and bound d as follows: XX Kitsi tract: lletinniair ftt a Kitnif in ;in old road l.y hickory and 2 V. O's. V'i" Cinlaiid's coi iir. and run with 2 of XX f.i.i iaii'l'f lint', lsi --. 7 K. T".-1'H 'j' !;.-'. to a stoii in sa'.d li if by a hlck !X or ;u.,l 2 P. O's. a corner of division; X 'In inc a division lin' due K.isl 2'o.t'ia ihs. to a stone in Hunthv's line by I! XX kiln's; tin m-e with said line X. 1!' 1-2 i:. clis. to a Whir- Oak South ;!;; :,,i.l maf a s.'in;: thence S. 72 1-2 XX I". :'...'.o ibs. to a sto!i" a bin: I 4" link ! .-iinith ot l!u k P.iancli: tin-nee X. j 1-2 K. 12."') chs. to a l'inc knot and XX sin:. by P. O. ti !l. .1 . a division cor- i;. r Mid in Huntb'vY. liiu". thuice due XX vVifi with K. I.auiv's line :'.4.M el:-:. 11 ston- in .1. A. Oiarland's I n' I'v H. !. :i'."l I'ine: tlieiice vv itli 2 his Inn s. l -t -s. 1. v. . v.. 1 i'.s.. to a foiie. 2n liiik N of a P. lb in. inter; 2nd. S. i:i K. V4f !:. to .5..;. tin- !iei:inni:iu. cc,ii:i;iliir.r ;. 1 "-: acres. uio:e or ie-s, s:, and except :-X" 1.0 .,,1,. ul.ii l: i i.artlv es'd ns a l'"::vo '..'id and is hereby set - for use of sa d I.ati'-y lainily an .i V5 -.n9Vi3 -";v-Ji.. eailv 111 an erli;i- llie ' of r ;.rt for .A.i-..,.r....s.:orn m: - -.u'r 01 Adjoinb,, ,i. "i""1"" "' V - - I .... ,-..ll..u-.. !. ami e.Mi.iu'.i i i u 1 1 . . " f . Petlnnin at a Hue stake, Cas well Williams' corner by 2 hickories. P. O. and dead l'ine. and inns with his li'; A: S. A. William!' line S. 4 2 4 W. 12S "-4 lioti s to a inne 1; not in Koii rtson's line hy il H. ,?., Wiatt Ilihli's corner; thence wit I'im' stnnip bv II. J.. P. O.. K. (.. pine and ,.,1 wood; 2nd. S. v 1-2 . l' l''ies hi , si a P. O. stump ami I'ine knot. ?,n links ill,' North of a drain by a P. O. and :i .iinf! pines; thence with K. A. Arintield's line X. 7 1 V.-4 I-.. 4 1 " li u ,t small P. O. and pine knot hy a P. O. and 2 pin'. Mr. Arena I.atiye's or ner; thence with 4 of Iht lines. 1st. 17 1-4 K. lri.ii'i poles to a stone 'tiai . .licit Mlll : its (in .November 2itli m.iMiinu there will ) III' S'lll. 1: will he visible as ; ecliiise in iverv hart of 111 Slates except tile Pacini' coast Partial eclipse bet in befof i.se ill liie Rockies, l-achi ma imitni ai sunrise, and einln.u at ;.".ii. lioins: i.is'wanl o er lh- I !..: f:ntn lal!a. Tevas. P;.i,l. Minn.. t!ie beninninu . -cliose. is maimniii. and . ei.- I.iSt .-very mile, until :;i U'ash- iau'on, 0. I'., it starts 7:i'.."i a. in., ii-ache i's niaximnin at and .in u :it In : 1 a. in. All i v i' ! tiiis territory the erlijise X Why Not Now? We now have on hand GO head of Horses, Mares and Mults. No matter what your taste, we can fill your bill. A carload cf extra good Mules, fine haired, pood qualitied, sound and young, just received from Kan- uty. sa Also a number of good farm mares, blocky and workers. We have what you want, come and give us a look. For sale or exchange at reasonable prices. Cash or time. We appreciate your trade and will do our utmost to take care of our customers L. S. Fowler 6 Co. At Armfield Old Stand. I Henderson's I The Light Of Reason Kayo lamps are the logical read ing lamp mean less eye strain less expense. Give a generous, sane, consistent service. Kayo lamps don't smell or smoke are readily lighted without re moving chimney or shade easily filled re-wicked and cleaned. Made of solid brass nickel plated to last a lifetime. None better at any price. Over 3,000,000 in use. Aladdin Security Oil gives best results STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Nfw Jeney) Wi.hinii.m. O. C. BAI.TIMOKH. Ch.rloin.N C. Nurli.lk. Vi Ml. Chirlctton, Vfi l. kichnoad, V. Chirlcilon, S (.. tirst is seen as a ilaru no'cli in me sun's pin. v!iirli trows larger the eelinse comes to 1lie liiaxiimiiii vvlien it covers nearly half the sun. LAM a little K. or tne waeon roan in i ue field; 2nd. X. S7 W. :'. poles tio a slone in an old road: :'.rd. X. 43. fin lioles to a utor.e. 20 links X. W. of a !'. O. liointeis; 4th. X. 5 3-4 K. 101. 20 poles to a pine knot ami pile of stones in or near Adolplms Parker's line, hv 4 pines; thence with said Parker's line X. SO 1-4 W. f f pole, passlns her und Caswell Williams' comer stake at ahonl S6 3-4 poles to the heL'intiint:. containinc 10 S acres, more or less, l See deed from C. X. Simpson to J. A. Garland.'', Hook 30, P. .133. in Keuister's office l. Iei 50 acres sold orf to James W. Williams on 1st Pec, as follows: liepinninc at a l'ine knot by 2 hickories and P. O.. Caswell Wil I limns' corner, and runs thence with !the S. A. Williams' corner, and runs ilience with the S. A. Williams line Much Rheumatism l.o. nl Pumuisl'" o.'ure-'o-P.i Of ler Atlnicln .Many Sulleivis. If tiiere are any rheumatic suiTer 'is who have not availed tliein.-eives of i his i:.' en: oils offer they yl.oi'ld do so at once. Kntlish Prut: Co. stales that it Hheiiiikii. the k ti u ran teed pt esci ipi ion for rlieni'iatisin in any form, does not :ive mi) purchaser quick and Joyful relief tli" will gladly return the cost uitimni :i ii i uiiilililiiii: or red lane. I'hi uinatisr.i m a daiiL'ei mis (lis-, s j.o W. 20 30 chs. to a pine knot i ease, and anyone w ho has the slight- . nv o dogwoods. P. O. & H. J. In said est taint of it should drive it out of ' ii'n; thence with a new division line the svsteiu as (.uickly as possible. ; a i.; j;. 24.17 chs to a rock by r I ! Eo& Feed One of our best sellers is Henderson's Hog Feed, which is composed of the following ingredients: Protein 13.00 per cent Fat 4.00 perc ent Fiber 6.00 per cent Carbohydrates ... 50.00 per cent Composed of Wheat Products, Corn Products, and Peanut Meal tile svsteiu as (,UICKiy as iosMiue. I X5 j;. 54.1, ens 10 a roe is uy ' " This is what illieutna did for many. ja peislinmon tree and 4 small pines J it siio ild do as much for you. n he original line; ttience X. 6 1-2 I have neen laid up for on" year v 20 30 chs. passing K. H. I.aney's - ., . . . - ... , 1 w,,i! chronic arthritis," says o.. ur-, iortier and with his Hue t a ine Since fall is setting in every farmer will be forced to 5 cut. -1 h.ui doctors gaioic also knn, ,,,,,1 pile of sioms in or near )Uy foe(j for is hoes, and a few weeks experiment 't .-, 'our months in a sani'a' iiim. .vdolphus Park'i 's line, 44 pines; J .f. . ,i . , . S hi,, had practically no relief. Then 1 ,i.nce with said Pa.k. r's line X. S5 J Will Convince J'OU that OUl'S IS the best. J s'aried taking Itheuma. Now I can 12 w. 24. 7fi chs , passing said Cash- . 1, .... 1 ...itr.h.E if 1,1 In-f 11 ill ...n n-ll 1 1.. ...o friii. ul n lr 1. Q t n brill t r & oK ok on; monp.oi: i.-jhi Iihn inin'iil'il to iiial.e some r'ai d I ()le (t'liloiiinlt fniit uihcs fi'f o-ir mMoiiM'i-s lor ( In Istiiii.M. 'I'liey will r pif lernlile t the imvliiinu'iil niaih' ck. liH your order tu now as ther will be Uniiti'il ii!iiilH'e. t KOW KI.IS VAH'rTY STOHi:. 0 slte BH;i(i.t Ciaucli. rr 17 iv. P. C. UEDFEARN. DENTIST. Office over Heath-Morrow Company, rhnnc 202. Monroe. N. C ill-out crutches or other aid. v-,-ll Williams' corner stake at about wh'eh I could not do for the la't nine chs. to the heritining. contaln- ,u '.'l:. 1 liuhly recoiiunend it. and ilu 50 acres, more or less, being a v,'oi;M ii;:illy answer any iti'siions part of the lnS prres described above is,;...; .in receipt of stamp for post- (sp1 Hook 4fi. P. 513 in the It'-gls- ag.'."-- Thomas H. Eddy, Schyler-, ter's office. 1 , ville. X. V. i The undersipned Commissioner by K'.eirua Is iibsolutely harmless and j virtue of a supplemental order made " iioi:':i reliable because P is one j,y roiirt is authorized and tin iliscovrv ''-at has forced rbeiiinatistii : powi-red to sell ti e interest of all : to ield and disappear. It's not expen- pmii,. in th" nhove-en'itled lands, Isivp and it is recommended by good including the dower interest of Mrs. I druggists ovcrywhere. i Anna 1.. Carland. and the purchaser 1 , j will ect a good fie simple title to i Haiti lands. Terms nf sale: 1-3 cash. 1-3, in 4 months, i nd the reniaindiiiK 1-3 in S months from the onfl'tiiatlon of the sale with o' tirui to th. purchaser to pav all cash. Ilitldinr tin th" l.vo tn'ctx will be gin at J3 Sun. This 3 1st dav of October. 1 1 1 f. A. M. STACK, Cotii. Stack Parker, Attorneys. Wanted For Sale at the Best Stores. THE HENDERSON ROLLER MILLS CO. Monroe, N. C. crAA Ciie.a n.-ic nd lefxuecza www- r t r"v'ar ci iiF nr.i; in. n o v --- 1 4TTrT rpovo ctTOtWirtf tm?. tv I T1VE BucMo yt ::-iNr '''' ''- c:,:'"r Tbt Oumim That Cut Net Affect tri lies' ..i pf tnr.iC tn. tsialtre tfTrrt. tAy.A BBHarBBBBBSaaBBKBDBIDIBHIIBaMICCBmailaB We ar always In the market for iron, metal of all kinds, bones, paper, te. Open eTery day. (nvrnr tPOV vmt CO ! COBLES CASH GARAGE Orove't Tstele chill Tonic rrttores vlu'ily and merer by parlfyiot oJ ro- rfri JLf H-f Mnt v- rr.r lux f-tJ it; Str'f.'t !.- FORD REPAIRING A SPECIALTIY. Next to Baptist Church. FISK TIRES. FORD TARTS.