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TMEMor.onom.u. ft.ihat. apku. tx iwo. FIKTTT PACKS rONTKlstrTUKSTOSTonM Kt l.lt' HXl I Over two thousand dollars have been rs is d for the storm sufferer, with several townships yet to be heard froia. CilUeus of Goose Creet township, where the storu did Its worst damage, have contributed about $60,,hile Monro's contribution will to'al nearly $oGt when the can vast is completed. The following contribution are ac knowledged: Vahnw Fnterprise relief fund, $S4.5t); V.". T. Kendall. $3; H. M. Orr. Jl; W. Henr.' Heli-i. $1; tt. W. H. Kiser. $2: M. B. Y audio. $1; H. T. ISroom. 5uc; Ii. II. Touiberlin. $1; J. L. Yountx, Jr.. II; A. J. Benton. ?i; J. M. Harkey. 11; V. II. Starncs. It; Henry Vickery, 50c; R. firifiin. $3; J. F. Thompson. t: !. -""ibis. 0c; C. E. Karnev. It; K. S. iK-en. $1; . 0. Orr. 50c: V. A. Whliaker. $2; Mrs. V. A. WMtaker. 11; J. 1. Hetn bv. $5; Waue Mat lis. $1; R. A. Xic Ut. 2:.c; Z. A. Pre-sley. 12; S. R. A'.eaii(l r. ; A- L- Orowcll,.ll; J. V. Kint'lev. tl; . C. Ki.-er. $1; II. H. s:iank'L U: W. E. Lennnond. $3; J. Poer. $5; 5. B. Howard, tl; W. L. Horton. tl; J. A. Presslev. tl: A. P. Freeman, tl; J. V. Kendall, tl: B. I. Simpson. 11; B. A. Rushin;. tl; T. B. Hoover, tl: W. II. Birmingham, $3; J. I-. Yomiu, l; a. . Marne. 5; L. C. Stilwell. 5"c; J. W. Byriun, tl: J. V. Fitiserald. tl. The above subscriptions, with the exception of the first one. were secured by Mr. V. P. Kendall at Indian Trail. Ti. f.ill.iminr contributions came from Cose Creek township: li. S. Helms. t5; J. II. Thompson, tl; W. C. Kiser. tl: W. J. Helms, tl: B. W. Andersen. t2: T. A. Helms, tl: J. EH Crook. 12: H. H. James. t2; Dan Ctnhbertson. 50c; Nancy Love. $10; J. U. Brooks, $ 10; J. E. Simpson; i2.5; It. J- Dempster, t3; H. T. Ctontz. t2; J. I). A. Secrest. tl.23; J. W. Houston, $1; S. B. Yandle. tl: .S. M. Sutton, tl; U. O. Fiirr. ta; G. ,S. Simpson. 2: lyev. A. Marsh. f 10; J. O. Ums. tl: F. G. Griffln. tl: John A. Loup, tl; J. D. Helms, $5; 1 E. Howell. t2; J. N. 1. Price. SI; J. B. HWms. tl; Mrs. Hailey Trice. tl; G. W. I'.aucom. t2; It. H. Helms, 'tl' B. V. Antlersci, t2: T. A. Helms, IH; Frank E. Elll.'e. tl: J. C. I'rioe. ill; J. Stejtall. $1; J.T. Poplin, tl; W. . Trice, tl: Iteecj Helms, tl; I. C. Helm?. t3; H. W. Hasty, tl! G. C. VI We make the grade of our Banking; Service our pride. In fact, our Service is subordinate to only one thin? your Safety in dealing with us. By Service, we mean the correct, willing, oblig ing handling of your every banking transaction. By Safety, we mean that degree of care which absolutely safeguards rot only your funds but your every deal at this Bank. SafHy and Service may be yours here. 1 J Hast-, tl: E. J. Pric. t2; BA Price. 25c; Mr. D. A. Furr. I'; E.DPrlce. .11:. V.". J. Rowell. tl; Mr. M T.Hay wfHid. tl; J. W. Haywood, tl; J- A. 'Clenu, tl: F. A. Clontx. tl; M.N"a?h. tl; J. A. sSaudets. tl; J. D. Crowell. th: W. it. Helium. 11: S. II. Kiker. tl: VY. W. Crais. 5oc; It. G. Bikers. c; W. A. Bitpers. 5uc; iSoyee Kizer, 5tc; YVi'.ey Pitiaon. tl: Karl Cook, 50e; G. 8. Ph:fer. 5'ic; Guthrie Baker. ac; Baiter MoGuirt. tl: J. A. Prwsley. '1; J. C. Haucom. tl; T. L. Boyj, tl: D. V. Ttley, t2.3: J. L. t'on r.rl!. :: C.H. Maston, .3; C.A.Hfh-.is. ! M It Vrn.!er!.i re. i2: U. U. tSiikeloather. 3: J. M. lWse. t2; J. E. Maston, t2; S. J. Fr.nii. tl; A.R. Ffulk. tl: E. H. Mullis. tl; V. C. Mullis, tl: O. W. Stlnson. tl; J. S. Braswe'.l, $3; W. M. Si.irns. f 0: S. E. Brcwut. tl.a'i; Frank Grifttn. J2; It. II. McColliim. tl.3': G. K. Montpom erv, t2; W. M. IMms. tl; II. W. Deese. fl; E. E. Ftindorburk. II: C. V. BiJiers. t2; M. B. Yandle. tl; W. G. Thompson, tl; L. Fit-htr. t2; J. T. Trice, t2:.D. Y. Williams. 13; V. E. Fitwderbnrk. tl: J. E. Armond, tl; Xoali Williams, 2"e. . V'.B. Trice, tl; D. G. Ruslina. tl: C. A. Rush ins, tl: W. J. Mullis. tl; C. A. Mi:l- is. tl: W. F. Mull's, tl: It T. Allep. tl; A. J. Hollies, tl; Mi'inio Ciala, 23c; S. A. Crook. ": G. W. Medlin. n V V.V.dkins. tl: J. It. Eason. tl; P. G. M !:ri". 3: T. B. Trice, tl; V.". Croo;.. tZ: P. t Crouk. $1; V. ii. Heimn. tl . B. Ctumii. $1; W.W. S'nn.oii. tl: L. II. W. Easo:. tl; G. C. Il.lms. tl: A. M. Price. $3: T. G. T;i:-r, SI; J. W. Crook, f 1; Thomas Griin;i. Sue; II. A. Sell. ?3: F. A. Brook. ": W. M. Xowsomo. till; Tnr.i Cuth''itson,'30c: Sarah Cuth- bertson. 5c; Client Hammond, 5ftc; J. a: Medlin. tl; J. M. Newborns. t2; H. E. Heli.ic. ?3; I.iz.ie Helms, tl; liiv!l Helms, tl; Mrs. S. I. T.aucom, $3: S. B. Braswell, J2; J. E.Williams. tl; It. C. IMhk. tl: Mr?. J. E. Wil- llnnis, 5'c: C. II. Brrtswvll. tl: Jep- th;i Nash. ?1: Harvev Bancom. 15 H. M Jiime-i. $1; Bovd MnllN. tl; C. C. Mullin. tl; L. W. Mi Pi-. t2..rn; Mrs. L. W. Mn'lis. r,tlc; Mr,. C. C. Mullis. l.-.Oc; II. L. Ai'.stlr.. t.: Ctrl Sell, tl; ij. V. Nash, tl: Marsliill H:ri;ett. f 1: G. W. MeCorkle. tl.r.n; J. y. Given, jtl: Flovd Simpson. 1: 1. W. Hnr 'pett, tZ: V. W. Havpett. tl; Llndsy lllarcett. tl: Janls Mullis. tl: C. W. 'Braswell. t2; B. L. Harpelt. tl. ! J. E. Tresson. $2; Clarence Trice, 50c; G. W. Deese. t2; J. C. Roberson, tl; W. II. Rohemm. 2: A. T. Hor iton. ?1; A. V. Horton, tl; It. E. Con I noil. II: G. C. IHi.is. tl: I. K. B"' ers. tl: J- H. H!n!;le. tl: T. I.. I!la-';-i. c o iv.i.-m 1- V.Clark. ill; W. C. linnev. (: W. S. Cralp. '; I!. B. McEnchern. o; H.M.BlacK, i; E. C. Ingram, tl: B. E. Simpson. 30c: M. A. Stuitfl, I?: G. L. Williams. .! S. 15. Broom, 5r; G. P. Broom. .o: C. H. Strown, $1.30; C. W. Av coili. tl: M. C. Si.ilih. tl: W. T. ;; i'f "h-. ti: . K. Beaver, tl: E. V. nr:n, r.-'r; W. II. !!.iwl:ns. $: W. ! Mwl -10, L. 1'.. Suslii'-. 1; T. B. On!!. l."icv lli-ltns. tl: Fred Ma- n'. t3: Cash. 23c; !!. E. Ilapier. ft: M. D. Hauler. 11: W. T. I.otha'i. S; .1. C. McKnilieril. tl: B. G. Ilinsoti. tl; A. It. Treslev. tl; H. N. Austin, $10; T. 11 Stepall. $1: B. II. Griffin 1; G. R. Gray. 50c; D. Smith. 35c; O. N Lee, tl: W. G. Lomax. t3: G, 100,000 to I - Five months ago we first called your attention to the opportunity of obtaining a great weekly farm service for less than 2 cents a week. Mean while, through 1600 different newspapers, 1600 other progressive banks all over the country have likewise been telling their friend's and patrons about this great opportunity. During these five months MORE THAN A HUNDRED THOUSAND "new" farmer readers have accepted the opportunity have sent in their dollar subscriptions have assured themselves for a whole vear ahead of getting all the helpful, en tertaining things that will reach them through 7fie CO GENT LEMAN 5 the copy every where Are you one of the 100.000? - If. not, the edds p.re 100.C00 to 1 that you ought to subscribe NOW. We'll tell you about modern banking. The Country Gen tleman will tell you about everything that vit?.!!y affecta your farming busincrs. We might keep cn forever printing "make-it-easy-to-buy" cou ponsbut we won't. For why should ycu delay longer? Sooner or l&ter you'll subrcribe and then, like the 00,000 other fam-.c-'reaicrr. you, too, will s-.v, "I .A'.ulc'.r.'t tc without ?h: Ccv.v r kv G e xtlsj." I f yr-u r.ar;: .-su account here, in stn:r: vx :.C'V ta charge it Sl.Cv fc r ycr-.r'c U""cript!ort. If not. te: .c'. i:: tedby ycur dol i lar, v.-:th tht covpon be'ew. Or, ccrriC in and let acquainted. Farmers and Merchants Bank C. D. ADAMS W. ?nitX tl; -HatrorJ Broohs. tl; W. L. Ki-U:i(l. f 1; L. A. Wibon. $1; T. C. Hhm. tl: V. ii. Sture. tl; H-1 11. Miltoi;. tl; W. E. Stuart. $1; Lv ult if. tl; CiJe Pisee, tl; Hua.u J Cox, i:; A. S. ilehns. ti; J- F.Pru-e, I i $5; iiis. Hank 1 nee. tl; B.L.Gooa-'j iu. Ji; Haney Baueoui. fl; C. H. J Batituii'.. lw H. X. Deese. t-I C. L. Keiiah, 1; Lanuie Baueom, 5; Mrs. l.L'iiu l; annul, $t; T. Ii. Keiiah. tl; D. V. K.ii; h. itc; H. H. Keiiaii. tl; Mr. A. I;. iL-Sius, tl; I'. Koell. $2; G. K. Taiior. tl; J. E. Hailey. $2. Ii. X. Hart cue. 12: J. H. WUmiu. tl; J- T. H.'i tretie, tl; Bu' Keiiah. J tl; G. t:. Umti. $1; C. C. Meaehaiti. 25r; S. I", Uuers. 23c; J. A. Draltr.l $1; T. A. Kiehardsstn. tl; a lrieiid. . '5e; II. X. UolliiiK. tl; Carl Trice. $5; 15. O. KerRUMii, $5; B.C.Horton. t2; W. O. Benton. t3; Lester Helms, j $1; G. V. Newnom. $1; J. H. Carte, fl; K. C. Simeon, fl; li. L. Mom Eomery. tl; II. XI. Hall, tl; U. " Simi'Mni. 5tte;, Hoyle TresIey. Oee. The follow inn contributions '. j secured in Sandy Kide to:i.-hi;i t i Mr. B. it. Clark: U. It. Clark. t2; li. J I.. Clark. 5c; W. T. .-hannun, 41; Kobert Kedwlne, fl; ii. ii. Cuthwr-' lion, ft; Frank Leuiuieittt. 50c; ylmii i Clark. 5Uc; J. M. Ca:k, t2; Alien j liedwiue. fl: Mrs. J. L. l)ai. f I: ; Fannie E. Cl.im, 50i ; I.eie Cli.'K, 5"c; i nihia C ark. 5'-; Joe K-Hiwine. fl; Mary INd-iiie. fl; Virginia Ked-; iu. fl; W. C. l'vl. 1; J. T. Par ker, fl; A. W. I'ttvis. 2; Cline Keid. : tl: Wi.liam KovW.r, f2.5n; F. W. Ea son. f I; K. H. Morris, tl; J. I. Clark. ; 50e; W. K. Helms. Le; W. K. f jw-' ler, 5ic; 11. C. Boyce, $2.u; CkU. 1 50c; C. 1!. iNtrdon, fl; Sam liedw nt.i f2.5; V. I). Hawiield. f2; . 0 Mi:ie, 1; Sidney Snumion, 1; IM.i Helms, fl; . D. Go.don. 50e; V. C. Kape. $1; lilt nn Hawiield, 50c; Ai.i ie Davis, 5ttc; J. II. Wiles, fl; W. 1 1). Clark. 3'tc; S. Ii. UoatriKht, tl;, III. W. KeC-Aine. fl; J. C. llunnev". cult. t2.3u: H. L. Pr.iv. $2; toiuK-31 Vev!ey Cli:il H) lit 1H-Ii..le in ! CIlll'H l Hill. ( Monro'. Ii.F.lJ. No.5, Al'Hl 21, ,Thu Wesley CU"il HiKh School, ui i ihoiii intem-i" vd for rive weeks on account of Hit, hud a most successful cIosIuk la-l Saturday. Kery part of the program showed careful tiainlnc and voik on the part of both teach- i.d Ktmleiil!). and the lurv crowds that attended every day and night of the commencement showed the lino spirit of the peoples" interest in the school. Hon. J. C. M. Vann of Monroe, de livered nn interesting and helpful ad dress, itev. John W. Moore of Mon- 1 roe preached a most lnpit'lnn sermon to a large imdlence on Sunday. j Misses Ethel Davis, Wiunifred Da vis, Alma Eason. and Floda Kezinh received prizes for perfect conduct. Lucile I'rioe. Pauline Moore, Mary 'Francis Kedwine and I!e;inian Moore recthul "li.'.os for perfect lessons. Pate liavis received t prize for nii.k- , inn ill,, most iiiiiroveini"iit in min-ie. i The rocllei's m.'iial was awarded to 'Miss Winuil'iid Davis. The deolalm ei's modal was awarded to Curtis Price. The debater' modal was nwanli'il to CiK'ii:. (Mails, iiuby Run lis and Sarah I'rioe .oooived ceriill cates fi im the cli'inoniary grades. jMis-s Elhel Davis and Hubert Clark i received diplomas from the hi:;lt ti,.,i This Is the third time that Hie Woslev Chapel high school has won out ItMhe first preliminary contests in the State wide triangular debates. In 1918.' I'nionville, Mr.ishville, and Woslev Chapel formed the triangle, but L'nionville withdrew leavinc Matshville and Wesley Chapel to flcht it out. Weslev Chapel won. In 191!, rnii-nvllle, Winiiate and Wefley Chapel Mornied the ylrianple, ncain i'i iii,i lilts v.llhdrev leaving It to Wi'ncate and Wesley Chapel. Wesley Chapel won. In l'JS'i. i nionviue, hi,hvlllo nn,l W'eslev Chapel form- Ll 1 1,., irhinirle. this lime I'nionviile and Marshville both withdrew leav- Iiik Wwley Chapel the winner mm out llchtinp. Our boys did not go to Chapel Hill the first two time n.,v n-nii hut thev nre Koine this time as they nre eager for a fight. "HUMAN EFFICIENCY" IS LECTURE TOPIC Ralph Parlette in Practical Ad dress on Success. mm? . v -i r. 1 f! i 1 WE OFFER YOU QUALITY GROCERIES ALL THE TIME It means economy, atihr:irtini, kihmI living for you to buy fuci goods. In making our purchases our immfdiaJe pnfit is not considered It Is your welfare and, as a result, your emianent tnule. We are consistent, therefore. In requesting your biisines. QUALITY ECONOMY SE,7VC 1 PHONE ?1 ri rZeZZZHiMIZa LLljii I one j-Nc i s h ... . .. siiuiniix THE Q.UAL1TY GROCERS ' & STAPH .OCEie A'4J mm 9 MONRO?, N.C. tfi it aaaaiiBBiisBCsriBBtKasvcKKiiinoBKiBiivco B a a i: : a la a a a a a a a a a i a n I" a u a a n a ; a a a i 1 5 P0C0M0KE Fertilizers are known to be the best. Why buy just any kind of fertilizer when you can get P0C0M0KE goods at the same price. K ST K m e. a e tc m m is m r K: tv K' K m K K It r. T. C. Lee and Son? GENERAL MERCHANDISE COUNTRY PRODUCE PHONE 356. FERTILIZERS o V Will 8pek on Last Night of Bi( Rsdpath Seven-Day Chautau qua Here. "Ilttmnn Efficiency" will be the lec ture topic of Ralph Parlette, on tin hist nlRht of the coming Redpnth Chautauqua. "Human Efficiency" Imn n vital mcsnpe for the mnn et CnpUal $60,000.00 Cashier M. K. LEE Preshlent Phone 111 Gentlemen: ... (1) Because you know me, enter my" name for The Country Gentleman for one year and ) Cnm charge the cost, $! JX, to me; of V out (2) Here's my dollar. I want Th COUNTRY GENTLEMAN. Send it to mt. ) (My Name) it i (My Addrese). (City) JState) . At I "m'M"M 1 Banking and Business I Go Hand in Hand A Business Man can hardly make a move with- out in some way coming in contact with a Bank. J Therefore, our advice to Young Men just start- $ ing in business is this: Open a Checking Account HERE soonnot $ X only for the convenience, but to familiarize yourself I with the Service we render and to establish a Credit & that will be useful when you need it. We invite you to open an account with us today. 1 The Savings; Loan and Trust Co. I R. B. Redwine, President II. B. CI.uk, Cashier Horses -and- Moles 1 RALPH .PARLETTE. wntmtn who wants to succeed In the world. Rnlph Parlette Is the author of the well-known Inspirational booklets, It s Up to Toil," "Go South" and "Snlvatlnn of the Sucker." Over one thousand of the greatest corporation In the world have bought these booklets In large quantities to distribute anion:.' their workers. Ralph Tarlette tns lectured In five thousand cities uml towns In the past 25 years. He Is known wherever the Chautauqua Is known. He is the edi tor of the Lyceum Magazine. t I HAVE A XtMBFrt Ob' J inn. iKiitat'tt i .....j .ill".,.. ......,... AM) Ml'MS. HEADY I'OH '? work, will- srri.i, or SWAP. WOKTH THE MONEY. j Lem Helms X JIM TOM HELMS' ri.ACE. 15 MH.i:.S NOIM H Ob' VOXKOK.