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THE MONROE JOURNAL, FRIDAY, Jl'NE J. 1?.
r.icE six THE OFFICIAL VOICE OF MONROE KIWAN1S CLUB AND MONROE ROTARY CLUB r9 Iff IIS WIS 9 MfllWiM Vll -T OFFICERS MONROE KIWANIS CLI H TY XI A 7 OFFICERS MONROE ROTARY CLUB - s; J! if it THE SECREST MOTOR COMPANY AUTOMOBILES WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM" ROTARIAN A. M. SECREST IX OUR SERVICE LIES YOUR SAFETY THE BANK OF UNIOi KOTAIMAN R. ;. LANKY. ('.".shier KIWAMAN W. M COi.K. .W.i't.int Cashier EURO'S EFIRD'S AN ESTABLISHMENT BUILT BY THE MASTER BUILDERS RIGHT PRICES AND SATISFACTION INSURANCE If it's InMirar.cc, Sec Us. We write all lines and tfive You Service equal to the Best. GORDON INSURANCE & INVESTMENT CO. INSURANCE SPECIALISTS KIWANIAX F. B. ASHCRAFT GENERAL MERCHANDISE DEALER IN LIME. SAND. CEMENT. AND IU'ILDINC MATERIALS PHONE 65 ;-; PROMPT DELIVERY SPECIAL MACHINE Installed for Fnishinj? Palm Beach and Linen Suits, Georgette, Taffeta and other Fine Dress Fabrics. We Dry Clean and Launder any Garment than can be Cleaned. Have your Ciothers handled by Expert?. MATTE G. SHEPPARI), Mgr. Phone 101. UNION LAUNDRY. Primarily, of course, it is the soldier in war who is the patriot he produces fighting qualities, his life, his all. Just as important is the worker at home. Without him the soldier must fail. We supported the soldier as far as we could. We honor and encourage the producer at home. To each we o.Ter mast freely the services of this Bank. K2 The Firt Obligation (Fr m The Koiariar.) A m n-attt r.A'.r. IV.arian is a con tradiction. Ho btar a IaUl that pre- Miir.aMy re his n.f'i'al attitude. !t ay that he U-lievts it. fi ii iul.-h r ::r.d avail Kni !: .f every o;urtun s.y to din'" -;.aU- i:, that he Kin-Vis n Mi;-.irt;:.n th. things that pro i.'.iti ii.d i.i.u.! stdvaHci ivent ur.J ,jmwur:ty s, i: tk:;t he Miwts i:i !n ii' a dier as ". as a tl- an.er. ,!n making :..t! (-acrifVt S to help i th. rs, in tiv : tvisy fir'i-i'rt U :hoe vke:.J he has -lt-c.t".i to :.r..! lead Iv.a i - h's xanit'le and hf'.u. r..-t in 1'.. .:.! should :. On the ethir La-.!, i-. u ;:ity, n.n.pr.rti t:;.a.;T.. u-f.au inv :y. in ko:t. lion ; :vr.ivv :.-v! ii.d-:!Vr: suv. e.T.s.i t ;-; thv vet-y !.::'!:... ' f wht.t a :.d"iv:i-'s h'r.'f n !'e. 1: i.- tu in.'v.o'.f i-s.!.!.t;i.f e, !:,. -e ideas ;.r.d that s;:r tmr.i:- :-.at.n:i. t. f .-ti!- tht m friend!" eon r a,-; :h;:t l.t-::; an r.t mnv t-xvhanve , f evM iM 'u's a: d ".: ! t.ees. that v.-im !,; Uo. a ry lut.t '.ieor.s aie held. The tT,i'li:plaa i u": atundaru-e i-eio'in r.-.-ii s-ai y, .l inuil: h-i.-iuse of h i- all ;.i m nn n;lv" ! - s t-ut !a:i i . r. ace- ar.t f th t fvrh. !. t en! cVnt that a d.s i:ty of iil.i.lTiTeltee to K.",:uv !! !ij.';ifns hi.s i:;iit) tile entire I'U mln rhii. Hazel Mat.ur.a, vou ain't a siirl. lire yon? Maiuitm Certainly i.ot. niy dear. I am a wo" an. II;!7.tl I!':t ui vie a litile Kill, v'.'ii't you? Ma; -Oh. -: y ars au. I! -iz. 1 -Wi wl . re is tin- little tlr'i l,;iv tlu:l von ud In' A i.:aii will co a lone wa to save his face: tun a voaian has oiily to lo t' a drua .-'.ore. Always I-adies Present (From Kiwar.is Magazine) An incident and a moral. A vaude- illh- ronu'ilian was to deliver a mono logue Kfoie a Kiwanis Club. He faced a room filled with lauhin. smokinr. joshir.j.' men. Visualizing a club "sn-(-ker" he becan with a story which was ;ust u wee bit over the line and the ilub laughed. Encouraged, ho twuttg into a bar room story which was a" insult to the Kiwanis Club r.d h,- was promptly given to uniti sta:.d that this was not what was wati.ed. H ! deeply Yam l uted by tv.e critic:!! al.d made a manly apology in h.ii 1; re exprei-sed himself as iiiu h hurt leeau.-e he had not been warnvd vh;it na:' ixiHctid if him. TYc v;,-.:i was ul ri;ht and t!.i- clu'j all :v::g. W'h-n any man make such a mis take the fault lies with the club. :.!; the representative who invited hir.i, vvth the iiia:i who brought him in without i!'.:'"i iv.ii. g him that t!:vie i. onc invaluable iu!e in Kimani, v: strue.ivei.v, there are always haites ! res "t. PivlVssion:'.l peojl. of the stage care moiv for applause than th. y t.i fur nt-.rey. The aud etlce is to thfi-t !,ke a vii l.n t ii .iiaestro. From it th.y draw their music and sad it is that they are willing to play on any strh:r to ket this sweet solace. The fait that a man can make a liv ing in npuuble theaters is evidence sufficient that he does not have to us" tilth. iUcsthnali!e stories, inurndu, to uet applauM'. If he do.s these things m private performances, it is because it what his audience war'... Warn speakers, particular profe--pior.a's. that they are not expeitcd lo say in your Kimanis Club a thii'' they would not say in the presence of ladi.s. If you do not warn the speak er the fat: It is ycurs net his. Does Work of Twenty Men on Farm if V : 2 t 3 i t .tiT'-TC--. 1... ".'. KrV?-- if;i i,vx;'lvi,, --vi "' - . J,; The latest labor savinn device tor th farm is an auto truck attach ment which automatically bore, hole for post-, it consists ci a huge earth boring aiiKir attnehed on the tront cf the cltassi ot an ordinary auto truck. The power of the track is ued to opuate tha boring apparatus which duis the work of twenty men. EVERYTHING THE PUBLIC DEMANDS AT PRICES THE PUBLIC IS WILLING TO PAY T. C. LEE & SON QUALITY :-: VARIETY :-: SERVICE KIWANIAX SAM II. LEE THE HENDERSON MOTOR COMPANY FORD and FORDSON SALES and SERVICE GENUINE FORD PARTS ROTARIAN F. G. HENDERSON rrr RIAN F G nENDEU50N D aucrii w. UNION MOTOR COMPANY SALES AND SERVICE THE BEST HAVE BEEN BUILT DODGE BROTHERS AND STUDEBAKER AUTOMOBILES KIWAMAN EMSI.EY ARMFIELD KIWAMAN FRANK HEDFERN S3 Established 19:5 T. P. DILLON & SONS FURNITURE 1 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS UNDERTAKING A DOLLAR is worth a dozen that slip through your fingers. Open an he ro tint at this I dink and let us do your sav ing for you. It will be read;, w henever j ou want it and with interest. too. MONROE BANK & TRUST CO. R. Ii. RED WINE, President II. B. CLARK. Cashier ADVANTAGE OF A TWO-SPEED MOWER 1 Frame of Thomas Crown Two-Speed Mower. Note That All Wearing Parts are Detchable. Gears Run in Oil. An Auton-.cbile makes use of varying speeds for power purposes. No one would think of running an engine all the time at the high speed sometimes needed to give power. Heavy grass requires that a mower knife move with much greater speed, than when mower is working in very light grass, or is doing the many jobs of light cutting necessary on every farm. If the knife moves at fast speed in cutting liht grass or weeds wear is excessive. The Thomas Crown Mower has a two-speed movement of the knife. This feature adds much to the life and good work of the mower. MONROE HARDWARE COMPANY Phone 11. Monroe, N. C. SPECIAL SALE ON LADIES AND MEN'S OMOKUS 331 OFF ON ALL Men's and Ladies Ofords. $3.50 Ladies Black Fumps this week for $1.98. $6.00 Men's Slippers, all styles and colors $3.93. Come see us before you buy. n Next Door to Bank of Union