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rr,r. sfvkh sxvvkx-v'v-vvxwvxvxxvvxvxvvvwvwwxwvvw $203 309 23 DEPOSITORS' PROTECTION $203,309.23 was the Eirxur.t our combined cayitd. surplus &rttl undivided prtuta on ;he d:ie our I.-.'i pub lished state ment. Every cent cf this amount would have to be irrecoverably lost before one uf our depositors could l.e a tent ! We are protected against loss by all safeguards known to modern banking. If you ere not alrecdy a depositor, we invite you to be come one, as-sning you not enly protection that is as pvrfect as possible, but courteous and considerate treatment as well. When Mam of Our Ancestors United in Bonds of Matrimony Marriage Records of Union County, Bcpnr.ins With the First One Recorded in 1S31 Until the Present Time, To Re Given Through Columns of The Journ.il THE BANK OF UNION .... Monroe, N. C. Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 W. S. BLAKEXEY, President. J. R. SHITE, Vice-President. W. B. COLE, Asst. Cashier. R. G. LAXEY; Cashier. II AUG ROVE BOWLES, Asst. Cashier R. W. HORTOX, Book-Keeper. j Marrbse in IvS O.t. A. S. ?I. r, ' j E ! Jan. . J. W. l-t. ?j Mi-avi-t C. C.'i.a l.v P.ev. A br.i P. T rv. H'ns by Rev. T. ;. I'a.ll'jM. ':. c. UrUrt ., v .1. j; ; ! Jn. 2. C. A. IK-?-:!. to l,nk- IM.11 ''hy K.-.,. AM !ry Est,. J. tfcuv- i,;. : -Vv. ffl. it. W. Mo. r o S K. M 1 - Jaii. 2. J. W. A siv .:. . La-jr A.U'an K lis-j. U. F. .Nrs-T. vev.-i:t by Rev. A. P. Tyer. ' j X... ! !. .'-.r-uu Y. Ma ail to M. i Ja. T. A. .':. P..-a dra- i . itv;s ty 'l-v. W. R. A, n..v..v. v l.y ii.-v. K. L. invi. . No'. -';. J. K. lia:::i:.?i t 1 A-ni.- j Jan. .. K.T. Ilai;::nh t.i S. E. Kv I'c- rv l-v iKv. J. A. ttlv ti. y i.ev. v.. .a. f er.i.. ; . ui-. 11. jjvtifi A. rt.ilisiK t,, Jan. 4. J. Hn. tv.ei! Th-v: to Jem -.V;te L. I'l.nu bv R.-.. .1. A. li v er's. ' inia Crook by E.j. Al-.-I l!;nw. j Nov. 17. J.ihn Sw-w to S. e! Jan. 1, C. B. W.UIaim to S. L. Sny- ';. k.s lv Ks p V. A. Aai". der by Esa. T. C tiritTin. ! Nov. lt, K P. Km,' to S.-.rah E. Jan. 1 M. M. Sm.th to L. C. Love !I litis bv F.sq. E. I. Ki hum nsii-r. i K- E 1. V. G. Lk r.s'. I Nov. 27, R. A. ton to M. E. Jan. ! !, too. iin A. Htir-.s tJ X;:n.y Go-dy bv !.Vv. A. i .-:i. j A. Griffin by Ksj. J. T. Helms, j X iv. 27. I'unea-'. McKf.-.sie to E. Jai..l7, G. V". Ki?!.in to Svsan'J. Hudson I, Kev. I. V. l--bincin. ( ll-.lmi by Kev. E. L. j Xov. 27. l". L Price to Maha'.a C. 1 Jan. PS. J. V. Peaohi-m to Z:l;.hU 1 Pi tsslt-v I Esq. A t IKlnK. P-lk by E:. J. D. A t:r?st. l ee. 2, j;icob L. T .mUrlin to L. ' Jan. 10, Wiltshire H.lms to Aman- A. Stegall by Fs . Ai-! Ht'u-.s. ( da GrliHn by Rev. Oliver Ko.rers. Dee. 5, !;.rt n t'. R... to Lvula A. i Jan. 17, I. J. Cam-nK-r to Laura A.Rm bv R. J. W. l. ttl -. " I Caraway l.y Ri-.-. E L. Davis. In-c. 21, Jus . h E. Hav.rl'o i t j L. Jan. 17. A. II. RicharJs .n to Mar-; P. Little bv IK-v. J. W. Li'tK. : Hiwet Nisbet by Es . William L. Eelk.l Pee. 21, X. A.R. to S. E. Biwn ! Jan. 17. E. J. Cuter to I.u!a E.'ii Rv. J. A. U.v.k. Soi-iiison I y Es-. Henry McWhorter.j IHc. 22. J. T. Pro:- Rbeeca Dun-! Jan. 20. J. P. Ayovvk to Mary C-x-k ,c:-n i-y Rev. E. L. P r. is. j t.y tsq. t.. u. .. K.u'eiJ. j I'ee. ZZ. A. .1. I'. :t.r t. I.. A. t-.mp- Jan. 22. R. W. Xor-.voo I to Fannie j f: by Ks 1. E. J. K;-.r.j.er. S'.srr.es by Es-. lK-nrv JKAVhm-.er. i t,n!T Z' L" Bv'nt,n ta c' J- LVn-.IJAI5Y C!CKS KlSEMiJLE mfJ'n. S. O. P.V,- t . L. ti? Fit:-! liWiY IWVS AM) (IIRI.S iera!.l -y Rev. C. V. Robi;on. Jan. IK i. T. l in-;m to M. J. IPir-'They !u-t Have Prnju-r Peed :n.l lT ,hy !--J' v"!m"; t M r I ,,n,J of 11 i!f the ::: -h: T;:ve if r e-. ?.. vi. .. ..'e-.lm to 31. r. . . .. ... 1. : 1 ' - . . ' t II ....'l.V T .1 1? ? til TO he effective one's money :r,t:si be (Tci some sort of service. It can be deposited or inveslej for its i:iecme ret ur.-. It can he used for the erection of a credit si ' turai asr.ir.st poseiide future need. In any event, we shall te 'ad to co-operate with you for the proper and profitable employment cf your fuids. I vaults l NATIONL- 1 feb. !i. t- e. Hi r-s i ; 12, J; Vi . v'. (?anno: Pivlln ti X. Do-! I-y C. VV. Relievir. ilii; v.; Ortoil UIIIIIBIIIIBBIIBllHIIIIBlBIIBIEIIIBiat:t 0 V 9 ft a B THE UNIVERSAL CAD NEW PRICES EFFECTIVE JANUARY 16, 1922 TOURING. Self-Starter $486.54 TOURING. Self-Starter, Demountable Rims $512.57 RUNABOUT, Self-Starter $456.35 RUNABOUT, Self-Starter, Demountable Rims $482.38 COUPELET, Self-Starter, Demountable Rims $655.23 SEDAN, Self-Starter. Demountable Rims $722.91 TRUCK. Pneumatic Tires $491.94 TRACTOR $435.00 THESE PRICES DELIVERED IN MONROE CASH OR EASY TERMS THE HENDERSON MOTOR CO. MONROE, N. C. jBPBIBIBIBIBtBfBlBIBlBfBf Btt Seaboard Air Line Railway Announces LOW RATE EXCURSION FARES -TO- ATLANTC CITY, N. J. In connection with Pennsylvania and Baltimore and Ohio Railroad from Washington, D. C. Tickets will be on Sale: June July July July July August 23th via B&O 6th via PRR 12th via B&O 18th via PRR 26th via B&O 1st via PRR August 9th via B&O August 15th via PRR August 23rd via B&O August 29th via PRR Sept. 6th via B&O Sept. 12th via PRR Tickets will be limited to eighteen days, includ ing date of sale. From Fare From Fare Bostic, N. C $23.35 Monroe, N. C $20.60 Charlotte, N. C $20.60 Rutherfordton, N. C. .. $23.45 Lincolnton, N. C $21.35 Shelby, N. C $22.50 For further information, reservations, etc., call on Ticket Agent, or address E. W. LONG, Division Passenger Agent, Charlotte, N. C. IT'S A MISTAKE io think training Isn't a factor a very Important factor in taking proper care of one' future. Many people have money left to them but Itok the spe cial training needed to ropi"ly ce for it it gets away. IF YOU expect to have money left to you later on in life you will need training in order to be able to give your inte rests the vigilant care they will demand if you are to hold your own or build for a larger success. This training is only acquired by actual practice. Xo ether method for gaining it is so good, so business-like, os safe as the Bank Account method. Start Youc training NOW by coming hi and opening an account with us one dollar will get you started add to it as ycu can. FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK, The Back that Backs the Farmer. M. K. LEE, rre:.:ent; C. B. ADAMS, Vice-President; W. B. LOVE, Vlce rresuknt; R. A. MORROW, JR., Cashier. Directors, P.. i. Mirrcw, Sr., F. G. Henderson, I- N Pi c -son. W. B. Love, G. S. Lee, M. K. Lte, T. C. Lee, W. M. Cordon, W. A. Re ifc. n, Thus. E. Williams, A. 11. Secwst Lukv Blair by Rev. P. R. Law. . lormatmn n-urtlir.jr u-e : iv:, vat an.! Feb. lit, A. L. Polk ti .M. J. Giif- bived.n of poultry will i c i-.pprecli,:- fin b- Iv-q. J. S. Biiuv-em. u'(1 people -f I mot! v.m ty, the I 11- Feb. 21, Henry M. Bomtan to M. E. wn County Poultry As ...u'.:,:i ' Bivens by Rev. J. A. B.vens. 'n.a.lo arrangc-nitnts tj iurnisn The l-'eh. 20, A. Hurlev Griffin to Mar- i J"mal time.y aiul -as.?nabe r.-ti- thn Little bv Ep J. S. Smith. !c,t 0,1 t"1' "ubjeet of p.ultry vul- r ib. 2S, (Jeo. II. P. H'ld.-peth tojl " - V e uu "" W!S.!1 T ' - Ev"lyn Helms by- authority on the sujec. 1 .-.t rve v:i: Marvh o. J. S. Crae !.) S. J. V.'at- V' a. v cur readers i,:at :ji s i.t- son by Rev. Rojjer Martin. to mation will be rvhahir. !t Is ma:n- Mar-.-h 5, T. A. Pre-Iey to L. J. Iv a result of yet.rs of exi-erl-.-n.-o on Me-L-s bv Rev. J. A. B vein. 1 1,1 veteran or-.e iis ar.d oe .M iitii H", C. W. i-oner to C E. C-nder by Eso. E. S. Haikmss, March 11. Henry He'ms to X. S. Martin l.v Ks.j. Ab.'l Ht!ms. Maivh 21. .lar.ie-, R. Broom to Ma tilda A. Helms bv IN i. .1. W. Price. March 20, Eli A. AUlridge to J. A. I!,.;.i.'e by I. J. ". Price. April '!, Geoixe S. B-.'tvess to Mary A !;:ms bv Rev. J. A. Hill. April 7. G. W. Polk to I. J. Wil liams by Esi T. E. L.tng. April 17, G. W. Rus to Adeline Thomas Iiy Kev. T. 1!. Phillips, cii-'iy.Ji.lly extracts l'runt I'ni'.-l S'.iites Uepurtnieni of A-ri 'cuU bulletins atul reports will be u-.d. These urtieles will appear fi' m tiwe to time and it is :-; e-1 will prove to b- of value to o.t rea-krs. Sanitation This is a season whin the notiltry meii .should be di-vo'ir,' their e:f..rt to the care and development of their young bird. It is impe-ille to over estimate the necessity of proper hous ing and feeding of the yo.in' stock. Alter the lit n kr.ves tr.e clicks, tnev Seaboard Air Line Railway Announces LOW RATE EXCURSION FARES TO NIAGARA FALLS N. Y. Tickets will be on Sale: ! From Bostic. N. C Charlotte, N. C Lincolnton, N. C. April 20, Joseph Trull to Julia h'-ub! be separated from other chicks Watts bv Rev. G. I.. Chnnev. il-"1!-' brooded ly hens, it they are not April 30, E. H. Au-ta; to A. V. !o;1 irt'c ran;;e, and they should be Osburn by Rev. A. P. Tv:e. provided With roost inir qua: tees which "May 12, R. t. Mr.rtin to M. E. allow plenty of space so as to pre ven'. Black bv Esq. A. J. Pike. overcrowding. It is not necessary to May fi. Brown Haider io Margaret provide roo.,H unt 1 the ynun ; pui Mnllis bv Esq. S. S. S. MeCaulev. lets are almost at lnyi-ig aite a May V, F. B, Ashcraft to Annie I., crooked breast bone disqualifies a Biek-jtt by Rev. P. M. Austin. bird for exhibition and has m en k:iovn Mnv lt'i, S. S. Hargett to M. L. 10 feriously jitTeet laying qualities. Ross'bv Esq. J. H. Winchester. 'Spray the oops fiviuently with a Mav'22. Hasell Thomas to Emma disinuctant solution and thange the I. Wolfe bv Kev. E. A. Osborne. litter at least twice a week so that Mav 30.'Eu-j-ene McLarty to Minta it Jej not become foul, t ieanliness R-'dfeam bv Rev. D. M. Austin. is essential 'i your birds are cover.-.l 11..,- 11 H T Rmr-nm tn Kiln Allen with lice and the coops full of mites. l.y Rev. E. L. Davis. young birds will not develop properly , gt.,tk aisin June a, I.. K. Helms to K.L.KU?- anu uiL- leeu which j ou provide win sell by Rev.O. Ryde'. llot p"w results. If young birds are June 11, J. W. McRorie to Amanda confined to runs try to divide the Griifin by space so that you can have green stuff June 17, W. V. Phillips to B. L alternately throughout the season, June 21st via PRR June 29th via B&O July 5th .via PRR Julv l'ith via B&O Juiv IHth via PRR Jr. 27th via B&O Aujrust 2nd via PRR Ausust Hth via Ii&O August lih via PRR Auniist 21th via B&O August 110th via PRR Sept. 7th via B&O Sept. 13th via PRR Sept. 21st via B&O Sept. 27th via PRR O.t'iber 5th via B&O October 11th via PRR October IDtli via B&O Tickets will be limited to eighteen days, includ ing date of sale. Fares will be as follows: Fare From Fare ... S33.10 Monroe, N. C $30.45 ... $30.45 Rutherfordton, N. C $33.30 ... S31.20 Shelbv. N. C $32.35 For further information, reservations, etc., call on Ticket Agent, or address E. W. LONG, Division Passenger Agent, Charlotte, N. C. Placing Engines and Boilers House Moving Hasty by Esq. J. G. Trail. thus providing a constant supply. l , Handling , noi leeu ioo neuwij oi corn, euiier i Hevv .Ink- J S. R Hart to S. U. Flow- by Rev. R. A. Yod'-r. cracked or whole,, during the hot July 11, Francis M. Trull to Bede 'months. It is heatinyr and fattening Helms by Esq. T. E. Long. and should bo usd sparingly when July ii, J. E. Rowell to Tabitha ttJ to growing .-tock. Wheat should Helms by Rev. D. A. Snyder. form the bulk of the n'ain ration Aug. 4, W. E. Gatlin to M. A. Still ! with plenty of oats, either dry or by Rev. C. W. Robinson. soaked. Grit, oyster shell and char- Aug. 8, Geo. W. Simpson to Eliza- eoul should be kept before the birds beth Thomas bv Rev. E. L. Davis. . m hoppers at all times and an abu.i- Aug. 8, R. V. Simpson to P. T. "nce of freRh cool water must be pro Htlnis by Esq. W. G. Long. vided. It is wise to separate the eock- Aug. i8, H. W. Staton to M. F. erela and pullets as soon as the sex Brooks by Esq. W. A. Austin. be determined. The cockerels not Aug. 15, Jacob Thomas to Emaline intended for breeders should be fat Manus b Esq. J. S. Smith. tened for market and disposed of as Aug. 14, H. W. Williams to Rena'arly as possible to make room for M. Helms by Rev. G. L. Chanev. the pullets. July and August are not Aug. 14, R. L. McManus to E .0. "u Uite to hatch birds Lir next w:n Ritch by Rev. I. M. Austin ter's laying, while , the experienced Aug. 14, A. F. Fowler, Jr., to Ida breeder who knows to a day hew long Medlin by Rev. G. L. Chaney. !t takcs t0 tr'ng his Lirds to show Aug. 18, John A. Austin to II. Rendition oen finds it necessary to Austin by Esq. A. J. Brooks. hatch in August in order to have birds Aug. 22, W. G. Foster to M. A. condition for the later show. The Shields by Esq. A. J.Price. United States Department of Agri- Aug. 19. Lindsay Helms to Marv culture advocates disposing of all Elizabeth Miller by Esq. E. S. Hark- males which are not to be carried ne!ta. over for breeders, as soon as the Aug. 22, James Helms to Amanda hatching season is over. Helms by Esq. Abel Helms. i Feeding Aug. 22, G. W. Xewsom to Fannie The most satisfactory metnod of Curlee by Rev. G. L. Chanev. feeding growing stock is what is Aug. 25, U.S. Bowden to Mahala J. known as the hopper method. This Porter by Esq. J. T. Ross. s sample and does away with much Aug. 2J, William Xewsom to Mary lalor when a large nun, bet- of birds F. Simpson by Esq. J. S. Smith. ' ht'ing raised. It consists of keep- Aug. 29, E. C. Griffin to M. A. Biv- nU hoppers fdled with growing mash eni by Rev. J. L. Bennett. and scratch grain before the birds at Sept. 10, Daniel C. Robinson to M. all times. A growing chick is like a E. Medlin by Rev. W. B. Arrowood. baby, needing feed several times Sept. 5, John E. Morgan to Eliza- during the day and if the food is beth Foard by Esq. E. J. Griffin. available at all times the birds will Sept. 5. J. C. Griffin, Jr., to Dora help themselves whenever they need C. Helms by Esq. Abel Helms. it. Oats is one of the very best foods Sept. 10. Jas. H. Trull to Elizabeth for growing young stock. It is n rt fat- J. Hill by Esq. J. D. A. Secmt. ;:emng but prov.des the necessary ele- Sept. 15, T. W. Seerest to Aman- menis io grow Done ana muscie. some du Biytha by Esq. Alexander McIJ- breeders prefer to feed tik.r oats waine. alter soak.ng them for twelv.- hours Sept. 10, John D. Williams to E. in water. This softens ths hull and L. Forbes by-- makes them much easier for the Ser-t.. 2(1, VV. T. Simpson to M, E. chickj to dlges.. Green food in some Biaswell by Esq. T. E. Long. i form is absolutely essential j.nd must Sept. 22. Burton Godwin U Mar-.w provided in large quantities. 'a;e: A. Will a-rs l-V J. A. Snvder. S routed oats, lawn dipping or any Sept. 22, Lou's Wliite to X, Ella I growing groin such as wi.ea., rje, oats Barber by Rev. W. F. McDowell. ar.d miPet is Ideal for the purpose Oct. P, Thnp-.M P. Dillon to Cnr "".d if the runs are divi le l proncrly nolia Ii. Wnl'p l.v Rov. K. A o i. i :ht v can be see led. The eovk birds borne. ''-ill annoy the lutis during the moult Oct. 17, J. E. Jerome to C. E. nd it wou'd be tne poi:I:iy:nens' aJ Griffin by Kev. E. L. Davis. .vantage to have the eggs sterile dur- Oct. 22, W. H. Williams to Laura n the hot summer months as there S. Flow by Esq. R..T. Sistar. (is no germ to develop an! perhaps de- Oct. 24, A. A. Griffin to Martelia -ay. Ihe eggs will keep f.esh much Godwin by Esq. A. J. Brooks. j loiter in warm weather. Heavy Machinery Expert Wrecking HouseMoving We Know How Forty Years Experience. $5,000 Invested 1o,,f Rai8in in Tools. Raising or Lowering Wall Shoring Raising or Lowering Brick or Wood Buildings a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed and Bond Furnished. Estimates Furnished Free. Long Distance and Independent 'Phone Service. THE TRULL MOVING & WRECKING CO. PHONE 173-J. MONROE, NORTH CAROLINA HAAAAJIAAAAAAAA14AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA It 1 1 ill AA "H. ... T iu. i, i . ,i i ,i i i KtU I WXr X : .-'II! ii 1 1 1 ! 'II l:IIH lll S" t ' :'; w? P&FM W&fm W A ii .V v ai::.li.T3a-: - . 4' iv'W ''".7 -lliii'1!!!!!'!''!!!'-!' liT'lQilll'llWiii'l'ICT"? where you can walk right into us; and where your friends and our customers come to buy; so even if we wanted to, we could not afford to sell you anything but honest goods. This fact should surely be sufficient to insure us your patronage in anything you may need in the jewelry line. W. J. Rudge Co. Send The Journal to that far-away son, daughter, or friend. Each issue will be like a letter from home to them.