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FIGHT r AGES T . V i 1 .4 3 Ji M J! J 1 Are Your Children Extravagant? i JOtRWLN FARM COIXMX Timely T'l Mailer lVrtaliiin To Tle Karat. To allow a t liil.l to bevome eUiavaumit. no mailer how well-off J the ire..t ma be, l -eiiouy li.lerlere wllh the development f J Its character. Extravatwnce breed idle. ami Luk of appreciation of - lies. A iMiiUiered and ovet-iiidiilje,l child can never really eHii- j ence thoe Joy an.l .leaMires that are Hie birthiiuht of childhood. Yu will not regret " '" re,itilre your rlill.lren to earti their money ami Ihen save a iart of II. Tea li them thrill. It f. them open an account with us. AVeH be Kla.l to have tl.emj-aj 'quires, and ( 4 1 at time when first l blooms appeared, me niiraiv oi iin Wbetl asset: io -Miaiu u jas well puireruea anu rvriiii umi- beans. planted between potato hills, jmed in the drill (or the application would keep out potato bugs. Mr. T. J. . planting and by the aide of the cot V. Bi-oom. county de nionstrator, , plants, and by the aides of ihe frankly stated that he was unable to!,.oUon pauta for the other appliva do so. "Hut." he said, "if Luther ',j0iis. The aide applications were Ijurbank savs it can be don?, mere ,aae at line of cultivation and cover eiurt be wmie truth in the statement ,.j ,i,n soil, made bv Henry Adrian at the Chau- ; lauuua last wee. 1 am autising our INCREASE AT Al HI K.N i KUJl Ar- i... .1... wtM.riiikc.nl ... lvkl'VTtd rL" VI. I in'' lima firl ri'Mvitinn after I &AbA44l444lab--b4-S-i plain had been thinned to a stand, i 2 ,31 at time or appearance ot nrsiT A",. f"v $S?V?-""- IM.YIVft 14D POINDS OF NI TRATE OF SODA PER ACRE TO COTTON AT DIFFERENT STAG ES OF GROWTH: rOl'NDS OF SEED COTTON I'ER ACRE Increas- f,.,,-r. m make the experiment. - Huj;. however, ate not such a for midable enemv to I'nion count r fanu--rs as ilu'v are to ihe tdrmem ot the ....... t ui Our notato patches are usually very small, aud it is not a difficult matter to tuK tie duks on the vine by ruud. Sprain? is also cf Av.Dae an easv method to tiet rid of them. i;roih of Appli- Oontinuiuis. Mr. Broom said: "Navy. cation nllh lllliph Kll- IH-ans urr ni - . cess in the South, and for this reason i.amjn(f .. 52 .t ..Kit- nnl iinivi Kilo- 4 iii INIKIIK . " any time. THE BANK OF UNON Monroe, N. C. CAPITAL . SURPLUS I';it stiuarm S II First blooms 7 12 es Over Av. Yield Appli- forsix cation years al naming SSalbs Mbotlis 8uns ItllSlbs 30lts 1019ns 34t1s .i... ... ,vu.i..iuiu iiiuv not prove sue I .. .. !... l.d ltll.Hta.1 Cisslill. .M'lilier " .. . ill February, when potatoes are usual i.. ..i... ii,: Kevtion. Then oui fall potatoes. if l are planted iu Ju- I. ...... ....I-... llt:l.'k.l It I lie DUKB. However, despite fie-e ubstacles. lhe b(,n WWVj did material damage. Mr. Broom isadvisius mat tneexperi- i luier heavy boll weevil inres ni. nt be tried, and foiue l.inners will ,,. results mUht be different. iliiu'l! I.'SS Ull Ml. 7 5 M The results in ihe aboe table were j X ocured previous 10 the time wheiii V I A Fnder heavy boll weevil infestation j I TKese are Gifts that will please immensely, that will bear lasting, fond and personal memories. You can find here either conventional or entirely out of the ordinary ideas for gifts. Gift buying is often a puzzle. A trip to our store may solve it perfectly for you. 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Commerce Chasies ar scientifically designed to eliminate every un necessary pound of unsprung weight. This returns to the owner increased profits in additional Pay Load. Six typea of bodiea the greatest range of choice offered by any manufacturer. Service In-built Fully Equipvei MUNGO BROS., Dealers Pageland, S. C. THE COMMERCE MOTOR CAR CO,Detreit.Mick. UrfWl ( Mitt: mtlfi Tm Tract tm Amnm lietler faille ' 1 i' C"ly. -N.i loumv in Hie smi..' is turning toai-ii live s-ivK s rapidl as l iiion nmii!." la r and live stook experts sent ln-tf frm Knleijih an.i Wa.-lniiuion Jeelare. The movement ; siuvail iiK tra.tu.i!lv ovor the en- iv mil if the pace is coittin- t.e.l. t'liioii will ko'i 'i'11 '-UionB the leailet in the oaitle wet ion. rarui . ,m.. i.i Cutawba county ev en week or so to buy registered cat- ,le. ami more tni "o Uiat secnou are ianne,! for the near tinure. AlUlMIR till" leaitel'S III me uniri oaitK' movement are me iohuvwh. Monroe tonishi- J. II. MaiiKUin. . M;uu:uir.. K'iueue serrt-st. it. i- Surt. S. O. Meitlin. l ii'u r.awu, n. e ilovee. John A. im lu'.iter. rtenrj UMtin. H. Clark. It. Kedwine. r j w. liiMPin. i'''fiiu. z. . Melntvre. r.t.d John A. linens; uuw t"iv'k I . i"114- ",u S.l'etn- - K. I- IU". J- ; li..:.i:'. ur.d C. . .sum ii ; ""; J C. M.lnt.w.'. J. C. Ausllli. tl. r. J. K ii I'll n Olii till. L. T. Mi iv ii. 1- I.. Mat". I'-- ,,,B"' and J. 1. M'te: l'1""'!i 1 i'.-niiif, t". K- liushin-. H. F. Par n 1. ihik.-r. Wilnon Kd wards. U ) Stl.'th. and Kre.l Morion; Uuford 4 i iim;i .1 i: Lathan. J. II. Kd vvanis.'w. 11. I.auey. Mrs. A. L. Fun- derbnrk. Thomas Siarnes nnu janie Unev; Jai kson - 11. M. .viiiim. M Mtt- 'in, lt at h VarhorouKh and u U.' Simms: Sad,v UUle-ll. L. Pn'e. y y Steiilienson, and l.uther Mclor-k'ie-' Vanee-J. F. Thomi'son, J. K. iliooi.i and J. P. ni'oom. lleiiinml For Milk. i.. ,i,., ..nuMiiest food in tl"' ,l 1 1 .V 1? i v ..... ( - VICTR01A3 79SflBjrsjpjB BsjnaUBn 4 f CuTCtSSt. CHINA f WMCHI. 5 I RECOROS .IFWflFPS A- STATION t RS 9 SI t J I 5 . . . .1 ..... I Iha ' o I lie llirreasei uu oi h-im , increases from the use of 140 pounds . , ot nitrate 01 soua per -ir, hi ....... y the increases over thai application J made at plantini: lime. From ihe re- j X -ulis secured under these conditions, j we tind the lamest increase came j ? lioi.i the application made at "dirt-j A wii" lime, that is forty forty days: alter planting. The advantage of I his ! T application over that made at plant-1 1 inK time for eifihty pounds of seed j cotton per acre. If seed colton was J T valued at ten cents a pound, the fi- A i ..x:.. uio.n itnllm tier 3 n. ie In favor ofethis apidlcation 1 he , fs l.iler application, while not so hone-1 i,..i ,t ..a thai nt dirllnK" time, was i , i more beneficial than the one at plant In: time. As stated above these re sults were secured before the boll weevil did serious damage. The average results of fourteen tests made in various counties of Ala iuitna mostlv north of Montgomery .- covering a period front 1SU lo i(,i;)are iilven in the table below: AVKRAOE YIELD AND INTRKASK FliOM 100 POUNDS OF MTI Al K UK SOD PKlt A I" IK Al'PUFI) T D1FFEUKNT STAGES Or tiKOW I II iBLES" ' CASH "'GARAGE I FORD REPAIRING A SPECIALTIY. Next to Baptist Church. FISK TIRES. FORD FARTS. ate of Av.Uate liiowth of Appli cation Hiriinp" . . 531 First square 6 IT First blooms 73 :l vvks. arter ' fust blooms 7 22 The liiiKesI Increase was secured ih.. miiilication made when the H. niinres appeared. However this Av. In-, crease Av.Yield Over Seed No Ni Cotton troKPU 65;Mbs 12 4 Itis fi6."ms i;i4His 644I1)S 116!bs 64311s lOOlbs ................ - -M "" " . . M UUivp n'l vvoiid. A qisart of milk today w as lnrieuse WRs only ten pounds over me cheap .". beef steak at 1J rein. ; lucrP.,,e obtained from the. appiu-u- iioimd. It lakes unco noure . ,, . dirtiiiK" time, ine ie ... inairs labor to produce 100 pounds of cpom () lmilMtr ttnt the b.-Ft lime miik, which sells for $3.50 to $3 "-. m ,,. nr,f of soda as a Yet some people, considerins 17 to ,,,,,.,1,. when the first squares 20 ret.ts a quart too much for mllK. t ,war or earlier. ,re reduciiiK its consumption in then j Tm, colu), 0f increase shows taut 1.,,' n.s deniivlni: children of a neces-; f da p,.OVed prolltable es.-n r.v The nes deprivlni! ctiuureu m " . ),,.;,. f nofla proven i'i"" .,uv and h.allh-producitiit food. ' .,, ,,ul 0 t any date. If seed The demand for mill will be ureal I ,, il( vnied at ten cents a pound Monroe when the Hawn Ice ( ream , , nj.at(, of so(la a, ;5 per ton. mt beeins operations. Hundreds ol , ft( lanK,.(l from $7.15 to 9.6a nitit liiintlfttl Oil ' rum urnin - - f . . ... n....n... flllfl II II llll I . Ui. v. canons 11"" " . ,,, t ,.,,n.l nf creamery butter will be produced weekly by this concern. I.s nilk aiMM'iy ' f"1110 1f,'011i1 1 " comity farmers, so those in the dairy business can begin to make their plans eeordinply. When to Ady Mlrale of l 1.. . -f ihe hie amount ol nitrate of soda boutiht by Union county farm ers this vear, the following ankle tm the proper methods of applying it i writer in the j'ropressne ran..-. is very timely: A common question anion.- life II I'l l" ' " f forced many to substllute nitrate of soda. . . ....... The Alabama Expciiineni mbi. began 10 years ago to conduct tests ,0 show the value of nitrate of soda nt.nlied at different stages of growtn of the cottony lant. The results 01 these tests are found in nuiieuu w 0'i now ready for UistriDutiou. ti... .n ihe Exneriment Sia- 1 lie ivrio .. tlon farm were made on sandy loam upland soil of moderate fertility . At planting time a mixture of 160 nounds of acid phosphate, so pounds of kainit. and In most years i pounds of cottonseed meai .i. -e '.. 1 in. 1..1. nf mnAa nt the rate plied. 1 ne uiiioiT 1 . . of 140 pounds per acre was applied at different stages of growth. The stages we- ill at planting time. i2 at flmttm mni (r1ibU Body Winn 100 pounds of soda was applied al "d rt.ng line and a second 100 pounds applied 3 ... .1.0 nrci hlooms appear- weess uuei 1 1 -- od. the average increase over 110 in- trate pot was ia - couon per acre; but when 200 pounds of cottonseed meal was applud a .,,(,, ,11K.. time and 100 pounds of nitrate of soda was applied 3 weeks after the first blooms appealed, the average increase was only 127 pounds o seed cotton per acre. Under Ihesc conditions It would "'"JJ. n.ore pounds of nitrate of soda was n or now !b how una wneu io - efficient by 4X pounus of soda na a lertnuer mr ...,... lhall 00 uounas 01 ., L . e ti,,iw..wl meal has '"' . Auburn and 11 HAVE VOf A BAD HAt'K? If Yon Have, the Stntement of Tills Monroe llcsident Will 1 merest You. Pors vour back ache, nlsht and day. Hinder woik; destroy your rest? poes It stab you through and througn W hen von stoop or lift or bend? Then vour kidneys may be weak. Oftn'bakPche is the clue, .lust to give you further proof. The kidney action may bo wrong. If attention la not paid More distress will soon app.T. Hfadaches. dlziy spells and neprei. Url acid and its Ills Muke.the burden worse and worse. Liniments and plasters can't Keaeh the Inward cause at all: Help the kidneys use the pills Monroe folks have tried and proved. What they say you can believe. Read this Monroe woman's account. Sec her. ask her. If you doubt. Mrs. F. Limerick. 600 Crowell St.. snvs: "Some time aeo 1 had some trouble with my back and kldneya. M bark ached a pood deal and my kidnevs were out of order. I got supplr of Doan's Kidney rills, and found them to be Just as represented. Doan's cured me of th trouble, anl I have great faith In the medtctna. Trice SOc.1. at all dealers. Don I Implv sk for a kldnev remedy et poan's Kidner Pills the sam- that Ttfir'"V d. Fnstcr-Mllbuni Co., Mfra., Buffalo. N. T. an zi uoiiium ui - . Auburn and In 1 ne expe . other parts of the state seem to In dicate that the best time to appl n trate of soda is either before or bv the time the first squares appear When nitrate of aoda furnls l es l lie onlv source of nitrogen from 1 coni merclal fertilizers, the writer belle ves that the farmers will get good re its from applying part of the nl ? a e in drill at planting time and ne remainder at 'dlrting" t me A nm.ll amount put In the drill hasten the early growth of he planti a7tlanC"ln,eheeonsU,erab?ePPpin !amT gbe";t through leaching unless the soil Is underlaid b a tlhl clay subsoil: but when a part Is put labor and expense which hould be considered by ine mumu - - LOOSENS TOI HCY COIIX3 Apply a few drops on a sore, touchy corn or bothersome callous Instantly the soreners leaves. "At Ease" remove hard corns, soft corns, or corns between the toes, without nrpne or irritation. ai-ciw. the. anaranteed remover, is soia ,i ine .den- Monroe by The Union Drug Co.. "nW, n...!. rn and all drugxlstll I3UIIWIIK M ' n - ' everywhere. , sianuiacturea vj , The Stanly Sales Co. , Albemnrle, N. C. , Wind Storm Insurance. The largest insurers of the country arc paying JUST A SMALL AMOUNT MORE and adding the WIND STORM or TORNADO INSURANCE to their Fire Policies. Wc wUl be glad to add this feature to any property insured through our office. A Post Card or Phone Call will bring you full information. GORDON N? CO. Monroe, N.C. it ImJ'l Dr. Kemp Funderburk DENTIST Offlce orer WaJler'a Old Store, Modern Methods Employed Let's Talk It Over 'i-- f the better grade Is Increasing every have noticed a greater demand than not necessarily apply to the first leap furniture because they wanted 1 pieces quickly, and It took but a heap furniture waa not economy. be better grades of furniture. We ture selling at reasonable prices. I n & Sons . VI