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THE JIOXROE JOntXAL. TITSPAV. I I KKI AKY 21. 1920.
GUESS POPULATION OF UNION COUNTY ANT) MONROE 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, Sir. R. A. Morrow offers $50 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: MOONSHINE BY THE INNOCENT ABROAD. f Harne . Address I estimate the population of Monroe r.t and Union ccunty at . NVVV.V.VA Moles nares I Iiavc 10 goud youns Tennessee Mules, 2 good Marcs, and several good second hand Mules. i Will sell at a bargain as business calls me to other work. N. C. PRICE, Unionville, N. C. House COFFEE I T i 1 L introaucing you 10 uie New Sanitary Air Tight $ Package of J White House Coffee. Accept no None better price good grocers. any For sale by all at We Offer Our Customers Tlie So: vices of a Modrennnri Progressive Imk. Their needs nre always considered thoroughly by our officer. We are always glad to extend accommodations ou tut liberal terms as the rules of modern banking will permit. We solicit the checking accounts of Firms and Individuals. Till lliuik Isn't trying to make money OUT of Its customers, but to make money WITH them. THE FflraersfiMercuanteBatt The Bank That Backs the Farmer. M. K. Lee, Pres. C. B. Adams, Vice-Pres. H. E. Lee, Cashier. "D'you know I think that these; here tractors Is a good thing." said i I'ucle Ben, "hen I go iuto town I am going to fee if I can't set one of them to try out." Oh. no. you don't Mr. Man. There is not a thing doing in tractors. Did if t you see in the paper where that bunch was out after night and fell iu the ditch. They may not rail it joy ridin' but there as heap of 'em aboard for to run one little tractor. Ikm't tell me. The mule and plow fer youru." Aunt Me lindy einphaucd the l;n.t word with a stamp of her foot. "I'm a goin' to join lias here I'om muniiv Lvngue, I thiiik it is a i;Kd (thing fur Uoo.e trvk." said l"ncle j Hen. "Van art-. jou," Miarlttli j Aunt Mflfndy. "I'll have to s-e a l:sj lot the member lirsi; and if a cer- t.'.in red-head ihI Viidder i. KUMiUg: them, I'll j.un the Community I.eauiv i and elect mjseif the soie repr-M-ii-i :t:ive of this lion." I ; - I ' l,i n to hi- Banjo. l want m join the Mas-oiis, , And m tin Kasteru .V:".-! i I'd like to s e i!ih 1". 1). I'. j And jo. a lie- 1. A. 1;. ! I i:::e i.i 1:0 to uuiir.i' ! j ..ii I: i! the ladb "5 sew, i i:ui v. !.eu I .::k V.Iimly j V'i .'. she s;'s 1 cannot -. Th . V. iiliter Tvs s.ns if she V us I. I ; h-'d 1. ...t ' .Vh"H lien t:i'.:ie to his sens.-g anai.i.i M'-tlimv v.a;; siopi-ing cold water in. his face; the sad-iron had knot la d i!ii,i out for a time. "I had to ive you a good 'on thai time. i:n 1 1 came lr.Hiy near lixini. you f :iir. Did yer see any Eastern Stars, my wid-der-chi'.fi'r. If she's a goin' to heat me, 1k had better v-u i" bed in her shoes so 1 1 at she will be ui early enough in the morniii.' " "I'd like to have a bungalow, like that one llruswell Is a buiidin'," said I'ucle Hen. "You'd like a bungalow,'' snorted Melindy, "would you. indeed? That reminds me. There is a mess I of shingles olT of the barn. So s you lean be in practice for a buiidin' that I bungalow. Git up on the barn roor ' and do nil the necessary patchin'! i Never mind the cold. It's keep your i mind off of widdeis and bungalows." "I see Hob May has set an exam j pie in thrift. When his horse died ! he had him ft com made out of the i hide." raid I'ucle Hen. "That's what I I call good horse sense," laughed Me J Hilda. ! Hen to his Banjo. !l think I'll kill the old gray mule I And make me a coat of his hide. And if there's enough of the leathet left I'll have gome leggings beside. I'll have tne a regular chauffeur's coat Then I'll take the Wid Quick dodging saved Uncle Den a black eye, but the flower-pot scat tered dirt over him as it passed, and a good burst of spend enabled him to get to the barn, and safely, be fore Melindy. who was a close second. "You in a chauffeur's coat, taking that widder to ride. I'd like to see ver, dog-gone your hide. Come down out of that hay loft and I'll take yer to ride." punted Melindy, as she made for (hp house reeling off abuse of the Widow and Uncle ut every step. "That Aulermobeel Show was some sight," said Uncle lien, "there were oiiie sure good-looking inachinis .'iere. I saw one red-headed 1 mean I . nop red-iiaintcd car. She had on the prettiest I mean" Never mind what ou mean! No more trips to l harlolle in yours," roared Me-j lindy, "a spendln' my good money on 1 Auleri'.obeel Shows. Do you think nv chickens has notliln' else to do but to l:v egs to take you to see! Aulermobeel Shows, while I slay at home und do the chores, and look! afttf the chickens!" "Do tell." grin ned Uncle P.-n. as he made lor t tie IN I j Hi i Mi Miit mm Hrmt 1,500,000,000 Miles of Evidence Statistician calculate that Maxwell cars the world over traveled 1, 500,00.), 0;)J miles tat year. What a gigantic test of gears, hearings, axles, crankshafts, and the 3,000 other pieces of steel in a Maxwell car! Had these metals shown a single chronic weakness their makers would have suffered a far-reaching penalty. Instead these l,5O0,O0J,0uU te,t milesequal to 57,000 times ar:und the equator put a great premium on the MawvclL So great that i.v is becoming more and more ditiicult each day to get a Maxwell. To fill this ever-growing and friendly demand for Maxwell, 100,000 are being built this year, bringing the total of Maxw ells now in use on the road to 400,000. The 100,000 will fall far short. Possibly 40,000 persons will have to purchase a second choice car. To be sure of your firt choice see the Post-War Maxwell without delay. Heath Motor Co. Monroe, ; N. C. Hi 1 Ma 1 V ll- :, y" -.iv-z--tt- The Best Insurance Against Influenza Prominent Educator Believes That Vapomentha Is A Sure Preventative Dr. R. M. Brame. discoerer or Blame's Vapomentha Salre, has a letter from C. C. WrlRht, Superin tendent of the Wilkea County, N. C. Public Schools, In whicn he sas: "We have used Brame'a Vapomentha tialve for nearly all the ills for which It is prescribed and hare alwayi se curfd satisfactory results. If used la time It has never failed to break up colds, usually the finvnumer or Grippe, Influents and Pneumonia. . I speak from personal observation. I believe If this prep aration Is used In time It will prevent the development of pneumonia in every Instance, If used according to directions." These strong statements are fully Justified by the remarkable recov eries that follow. Drame's Vapo mentha Salve is applied freely over the chest and throat and In serted In each nostril. Brame's Vapo mentha Salve penetrates the pores of the skin, relieving congestion, at the same time healing vapors arise and are breathed through the mouth and nose, loosening the pleghm and caus ing the patient to breathe freely. Its absolute reliability Is evidenced by dozens of unsolicited testimonials. Drame's Vapomentha Salve will re lieve pneumonia. Influenza, grippe, pleurisy, bronchitis, whooping cough, catarrh, asthma, tonsllltls. hay fever and Inflamatlon of the skin. Vapomentha Is applied externally, and It will not stain the clothes, as other salves do. No home should ever be without It. Buy it from your dealer or direct from the Brame Drug Co.. North Wllkesljvro, N. C A small bottole costs 30c; a much larger one, containing six times as much, $1.20. Adv. I COBLES CASH GARAGE j s FORD REPAIRING A SPECIALTIY. Next to Baptist Church. FISK TIRES. FORD TARTS. !BJ diirned foils that It's no good sendln' bills until the cotton conies in, and door, "that's what I was a lookin' j then we'll pay them ns we always nave uone: i .. ..un Ami I uiii'p ni'i'il some HKei ones."' Again the Bank Calender that was on the door suiterea ns ine iui nlp that Melindy was peeling missed the mark. "I sure will have to go iu and see the eye-doctor," said Me- lindv to herself, as sne picicea up me missile, "I miss the old brute half the time. My eyes Is goin' back on me." Ren to his BanJo. I sure am :lnd I saw the Show It was a glorious signt And like the uppity folks I went There on Sasslety N'ight. My friend and I had a splendid time She said she "What!!!" screamed Melindy, who had followed him out when the tur nip had made Its effectual flight. "Did you say SHE!!7T And you torn iu vou went with the Preacher. Take that! and that!! and that!!! and Un cle Ben made many attempts to get awav. but Aunt Mellndy's lingers were twisted Into his hair, and It was onlv by the loss of a considera ble portion of his scanty locks that he eventually got lose from the in furiated woman. "The Preacher in deed Oh you low-lifed dog!! Nwe red painted car, Indeed! I'll pnmt you red. you old Joseph Smith, you Ac! Ac!!" until she was out or breath. But Uncle Ben had retired full speed, with his muffler cut out. "All these stores is a goin' in 'ca hoots' now to put up the prices." said Uncle Ben. "Oh! you're a fool." said Melindy, "they're not all goin' in 'cahoots' ' You're wrong again and I can prove It," said Uncle Ben. "Well, go on and prove it," snarled Melin dy. "Well, ain't every bill we get signed by the same feller. At hast his name Is to it. 'Please Remit.' I never met no such a man, and yet he signs the grocery bill, the drug store and the hardware." "Dog-goned If you are not right for once. 1 never noticed It before," said Melin dv, "I'm a goin' Into town to tell the No Worms In a Healthy Child All children troubled with worm have n an health? color, which Indicate poor blood, and ( rale, there it more or leu ttoirsrh tiirturV.nc GKOVE'S TASTELESS chill IONIC itiven reito'" lor two or three week will orWh tho b.jwL im prove the digestion, sod set tt Ctn. ral f tt.-oijtl-enlng Tonic to the whole lyMem. Neture will ther throw oft or dispel the worm, and the Child wUl tw ia perixt health. PiesMSt to Uke. 0c pel buttle. Ben to his Banjo. "I bet yer Mr. Man will get The Devil when you go. For you nre sure some bawler out Melindy, ain't that so! For Widder Jones It was a close race between Uncle Ben and his wife but Ben won by a nose and got the bed-room door shut and bolted as Melindy tripped over her gown going up the steps ana with the door safely bolted Uncle Ben finished his song defiantly: "For Widder Jones she says that you. Are a regular scold, and she, Will beat the siuffln' out of you Because you're sroldin' me. She says she'll scratch your ugly face. And tear your sandy hair. And generally do you up. Melindy, so beware! A smash with the axe broke the bed room bolt and Ben went out the win dow taking the snsh with him, fol lowed by the nxe, which luckily miss ed him. Colds Causa Grip and Influenza LAXATIVE DROMO QUITnNETablet remove thi dure. There ii only one "iSrorao QulrUnt." W GROVE'S el.tnature on box. Wc. DR. R. L. PAYNE, rilVSICIAN AND SURREON Office over Union Drug Co. Telephone 408-J. DR. P. M. ABERNETIIY VETERINARIAN Office: Fowler & Lee Stable Monroe, N. C. rhone 308. Residence Phor.e 159-J. 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. W e can write policies up to $100,000, but $10,000 will dry many tears. t Death, Debt and the Sheriff If your home is mortgaged, that is the com bination your widow would hr.ve 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 S CO. State Agents PHILADELPHIA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Monroe, N. C.