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THE MOXROE JOfRSAL. FRIDAY. UltlUAP.Y 2l. 1920.
GUESS POPULATION OF UNION COUNTY ANT) MOXROE AND WIN PRIZES ! The Journal will give $10 to the one who makes the nearest estimate of the population of Union county, and $10 to the one making the nearest estimate of the number of inhabi tants in Monroe. In addition to these prizes, Mr. R. A. Morrow offers $o0 to the one making the CORRECT esti mate of the population of the county, and $50 to the one making the CORRECT estimate of the population of Mon roe. These two last prizes will not be awarded unless the correct numbers for both the county and town are given. Estimates must be mailed to The Journal office. Use the following coupon: This, That '$ ' A Th Other1, Name Address I estimate the population of Monroe at and Union county at Mules and Mares. I have 10 good young Tennessee Mules, 2 good Mares, and several good second hand Mules. ; Will sell at a bargain as business calls me to other work. g N.C.PRICE, ! Unionvillc, N. C. $ Wfyte House COFFEE Introducing you to the New Sanitary Air Tight Package of White House Coffee. Accept no substitutes. None better at any price. For sale by all good grocers. jvvvvvT inli& o rrrl New Shipment of Pathe Records Slow l)iil Khn)', You Ain't Heard Nothing Vet, Xo. 22&I7, at 85c Vncle Jiwh ami (lie Honey llee, Tnilu Time at inmkhr Center, No. 22224, at . S5c Nwanee Sliore, Some Day You'll Want Me Back, Xo. 22218, at I'm Climbing Mountain, Flouting Down to Cotton Town, Xo. 22240, at . . 83c 83c Haw at In Smile, Shadows Walts, No. 22220, at 83c vvvw Ttierv'ii a liille crippled Fellow gone lu lUlliniore, ; They 4iy to have his let; : I All Ktialu!iteneil iHit, m ; lie run run nnd play, anil rlimb l.lml uIiii ami skate ami vnlk j'Tltonuli getting all timl jOui. He'll lnt i e to work wine (Too, Kite; he'll lie wil'lne Too, mi doubt. You want In help till UhI I'r.i sure if yon ran ilo notliin More just write a cherk or lliiml in lite coin In T. P. Dillon. IHm't mt il off AiMitlier day. lie sure you ilon't forget it! Hut semi the money Right along you never will regret II ! When lie realize what the folks in town hiive done for Him, he'll nay "tiod hU-ss You everyone," along with Tiny Tim. Ami when you look At your boy, with leu so Straight ami strong, you'll Say, i'iu very h)' to Hate 1ic1;miI the boy along." Then keep in iniuil that When on em tli, we ran no longer Stay, all we rim take with us I what we've given away. Do a tiood Turn Daily. That is one of the most important rules or the Boy Scouts, and the week of February 8-14 was celebrated all over the United Slates as "Good I '1 urn Week." This was in com memoration of their tenth anniver sary in the States. Everybody was asked to become a Scout for that ioue week, in so iar as this rule was concerned. Ixn't it a beautiful idea! J And why not be that much of a Scout all the time? All of us could do a '"Kood turn daily" if we would just ! think of it, and now during the in ' tiueuza epidemic is a good time to prove our nieitle. Some of our lo icul Scouts have been doing their pood ! turn by delivering milk for their I brother Scout, who Is confined to his i home with On. Here's hoping our local' organization will be one of the i best In the Slate. i We hear so much these days about ; public health work, and it is a great : thing. Miss Susanna Cocroft, known Ilo the women of the United Stales Ins Ihe exponent of good health has a bill before Congress asking that 'training ramps for women be estab I lished. If Ibis bill is carried, one ; camp wiil probably be established i neir Asheville. X. C. Miss Coerofi I nave a series of lecture in Raleigh on January 28. 20. und SO, and also j held a conference with the llaleigh 'club women regarding the Asheville camp. The Atlanta woman's club has a public health committee which Is tak ing up the work in earnest, with a viu in iiiiiimvliie the health of At- ; inula women, and eventually the gen eral health of the community. The chairman says that "Some women I think t hut alter tliey reach maturity 'there is no chance for them to im prove themselves physically or to ; . nieilv defects. They are very much I l.. niuAVlli tit,. . ..... !m. lined at the club rooms, and were glv.tt quest ionalres to iill out. At the end r three months they will report progress and the one showing greatest Improvement will win a ,ni.e. We are glad to know that I'nion county is to have a full time health officer the present influenza situation demonstrates the crying j nee J of ouch nn officer, and if we had one during the past year, doubt less many lives would nave oeen ! saved. Here Is an instructive article I found in a paper the other day. Ev ery parent should read it : "What father and mother do Bets the standard for the boys and girls. Th. moral ntiiinsnhprfi which thev. es pecially the mother, create In Ihe home, unconsciously innueno iv? child toward right or wrong. The Recording Angel himself is not more observant than the child among us taking notes. Parents tell tne con- 1he Jefferson Standard I The One Insurance Company For North Carolinians. More thtui thirty thousand of your neighbors carry i it. How about you? Now is the accepted time. The policy that is & Declaration of Independence for the family. Write us for full particulars. W. G. HURT Box 337 L W. HOGAN Monroe, N. C. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Surest Thing' in the World Two and (wo have always made four. There would not be more than three million live hundred thousand Ford cars in daily service which is just about one-half of all the automobiles In America if the Ford, as a reliable motor car, did not meet the demands of all classes of people every where and under all circumstances. Two and two have always made four. n If the material, the iron and the marvelous Vanadium steel used in the construction of the Ford chassis, were not of the highest quality known to the science of Metallurgy, then the Ford car could not have won its world-wide reputation for re liability. Two and two have always made four. When replacements and repairs are required on Ford cars, the Ford owner will be wise in bringing his car to our place, because we use only the Genuine Ford Parts, and we have (he Ford skilled mechanics, and all the Ford knowledge that goes to maintain the high standard of quality which Is original In the Ford car. When you want a Ford car or a Ford truck, and when you want re pairs or replacements for the same, we earnestly solicit your business, as suring you of prompt attention, real Ford service, and economical Ford prices. HENDERSON GARAGE & MACHINE CO. Ford Cars Ford Trucks Fordson Tractors 0 Insist on Genuine Ford Parts Tell Mother I'll He There. Home of the Soul, No. 22221, at 83c 83c The Home Over There, Where is My Boy Tonight, No. 22228, at Anil many other good ones which will always sound good. Come In and hear them at Hollaway's Music House: MONROE, N. C. SERVICE BY PUBLICATION NOTICK North Carolina Union County In the Superior Court Before the Clerk. Mrs. F. E. Yarborough and hus band, J. 'M. Yarborough, vs. Mrs. J. C. Haywood, Virgle Haywood, Walter Haywood et al. The defendant, Walter Haywood, will lake notice that an action en- luieu as aouvc na w" In the Superior Court of Union Conn-1 ty for the sale for partition oi me, lands of J. C. Haywood, deceased,: subject to the dower of Mrs. J. C. Haywood: and the said defendant will i further take notice that he Is required to appear before the clerk of the, Superior Court of Union on Saturday, j February 28th, IS 20, at the court-! bouse of said County In Monroe, N. C.. and answer or demur to the com-1 plaint In said sctlon, or the plaintiffs; will apply to the court for the relief i AoA In milrt rnmnlalnt. i R. W. LEMMOND, C. S. C. This 28:h day of January, 1920. Stnck. Parker t Craig, Attys. for Petitioners. DR. R. L. PAYNE, PHYSICIAN AND SUKtiEON Office over Union Drug Co. Telephone 466-J. DR. P. M. ABERNETHY VETERINARIAN Office: Fowler & Lee Stable Monroe, N. C. Phone 308. Residence Phone 159-J. venleul lie, and cannot imagine why their children are not trutntui. m spite of excellent instruction. They are Irritable, but when their small son sulks, they are surprisingly harsh. They are gloomy and fretful, and then do not understand why Mary isn't a little sunbeam. "Some parents are lazy about train ing their children. It Is less trouble to permit the tyrant child to take the best toy, the biggest piece of cake or the leading part In the game, than to Insist on a fair division. It re quires energy to make the boys in the backyard stop teasing the dog. "Sometimes, though rarely, a little talk from father or mother Is nec essary. Parents should not shirk the responsibility through shyness. Most children respond quickly to an eam- ao nrwl Intimata annpfll "Children's lives are broadened and deepened by religious training, and they have a right to share In the re ligious life of the father and mother. If this Is sincere the children will not fail to benefit from It. Spiritual Ideals can be Inculcated also by mu sic, poetry stories of great men and women, and best of all by stories from the Bible. There are many won derful stories from this Book or Books which have been retold In sim ple language for children, or mother may repeat them herself In her own Inimitable way. The wise parent will always remember that the best ser mon ever preached is a good exam ple, and will try to supplement any reading or ethical teaching by a dally life that Is full of good works." . The editor of This, That and the Other." will be glad to re-e ve con tributions for this column. Just ad dress Editor "This, That and the Other" care the Journal. NOTH'K OF MOKT(iA;K SALE. Under and by vlrt io of the power conferred on me as tru.-ui in n cer tain deed of trust exe r eu by Waller Baucom and wife, 3. i. Baueotn. to R. J. McEwen and sim, on tSe 6th day of November, 1'Jlti. recorded in the office of the Itegisu r it Deeds of Un ion county, Nor.il Carolina, )n book "A.W.." page li.:t said de-3d ot trust given to secure the patueui of a cer tain note of even date, and de fault having been made in the pay ment of said note, I will, on the 2Mth day of February, 1920, at 12 o'clock M., soil at the courthouse door in Monroe. North Carolina, at public auction, lor cash, a one-tenth undivided inte.-e.a In the following described tract ot land: Beginning at a rock in the edg- "f the water at the end of a ledg" of rock extending across the river at a shoal and at the head of river (Rocky River) by some maples, and runs thence N. 81.25 W. 14 chs., to a rock; thence N. 76 W. 19 chs., crossing the Slkes Mill road at 5.15 chs., and at this point the bearing and distance to the mill is W. 13 E. 21.50 chs.. to about the center of the Mill house to a pine stake Just above the mouth of hoilow or drain by a cedar, ash and sweet gum; thence down the various courses of said rivet 55.28 chs., pass ing the mill at 26.50 chs., to the be ginning, and containing fifty-four acres, more or less. Being the land conveyed to J. S. and J. A. Baucom by H. M. Klutts and M. B. Klutts and A. P. Klutts and being recorded In book 46 page 135 to which reference is hereby made. The sale of the above described (root f lnnrt In for the DtirDOSe Of satisfying the provisions of said note. This the 28th dav or January, iiu. W. O. LEMMOND. Trustee. NOTICE. I Having this day qualified as admin-: Ifttrntnr nf the late Eleanor Bass, this is to notify all persons holding claims) against said Intestate to present inem to the undersigned on or before th mth rfv nf Tsnnarv. 1921 or thi no tice will b pleaded In br cf th'r r-1 coverv. A" prnn ns, to my Iptoto .-ii' ,-',- nrn:n;t settlement ' i ' -t" posts. This January 9. 1520. i J. E. CHANEY. Adjnr. of Eleanor Bass, deceased Stack, Parker A Craig, Attys. Uncle Sam says of Life Insurance ' That $10,000 is the right amount for the young man in the army to carry. On this basis we say the right amount for the young man out of the army to carry is $5,000. As you grow older you can take more from time to time. We can write policies up to $100,000, but $10,000 will dry many tears. Death, Debt and the Sheriff If your home is mortgaged, thnt is the com bination your widow would Lave to face unless you have a life insurance polity suf ficient to pay off the mortgage. "Life insurance is the only mint where sym pathy for the widow is coined into cash." Investigate our famous "Carolina Special" Policy. GORDON Sm CO. State Agents PHILADELPHIA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Monroe, N. C.