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THE M05TR0B JOOtTAL. TUESDAY. JI LT 1 1922.
THE MONROE JOURNAL foaattod 1N4 by the pmni owrt C M. Beasfer ami R. P- B.4y. G. M. BF.ASI.RY Miwe JOHX RKASl.trY Editor I E. HlG;i.S . , . AtnrU4 Editor I TVESDAYJULY li. 21 ' THE INWARD BULWARK ' The world is always running away "tfrora the teach in if of Jjsas Christ tBut sooner or later the world comet back to the primary principles of conduct which He enunciated. We may not say, even, that He taught f hem. He announced them as simple fact The significance of His life is that He exemplified these principles so beautifully that they must eventu illy appeal to all rrankind. Two and itwo maks four. There is no argu ment about it. It is a simple state ment of fact accepted as self evident. But the moment some one comes along Vnd announces that two and two make five the argument starts. If I be lifted up," said Christ, "I kill draw all men unto me." Christ knew what he himself stood for and fce knew the human heart. He knew hat his acceptance depended upon Ihe degree to which he should be eld up. It did not depend upon ar gument or disputation of any k'.nd. whatsoever a man thinketh in bis Little Girt Draw Attesspiiag Rea- heart that be is. This th'nkin? in cm ... . v.... k- k..; 1. . Whitmire. S. C July 10. Rosa - . . I i -v n,s the 12 year old daugh- ter er Mr. ar.a 3Irs. S. J. Glenn o: :o!r of the skin, the tsature cf the V. k.tmire. was drown i wh la play c'othimr. the leazth cf the skirt. th teg i Duncan creek Situriay. f h , S. .t w., . - . Several children were wad..". and r ri-s. u.-8 K)sam9 went under wailj at k, are noinmg. iney are outwarl tempting to rescue another child, conventionalities that change day by Mrs. Glenn, mother, tried to save day, year by year. If a man thinketh b:tn children but could bring only one in his heart that one is vil. because "L!, u,t "f W P w,tr his clothing is different, h-s race is y gwift. different, his creed is different, or be- cause he is unlike in any way. that Skeleton Found with Rope Around man himself had better search his Grave diggers at Ward. S. C. last ITMilf aflltP intA ait unmarL-a'l oua own heart to find if it U not filled found a skeleton with a rope about witn tne vueness which he attributes us necic. lne lind caused quite a to o'hers. The human race is not bit speculation, for ni one knew bad it is weak. It is ignorant It is tfae citfsw., thereabouts can recall blxd to an extent The man who any lynehing or hanging The eondi may see a little more of the light than tion of the skeleton indicated that it others by reason of his better oppor- "aa " loul ,5IJ ye- t.-ifv- i k 1 P'rts of the coffin were also found, tunity or circumstance, and thereby th wlP(i, rm. in Pe..am n th: arrogantly assumes a superiority over plate being easily read. the less favored, is not lifting up, . Tlv , rnn .,.. Christ, though he speak with aj Having this day qualifled' before thousand tongues and be heard to ths R. Lemmond. C. S. C. of Lnloa uttermost parts of the earth. He is!cuny, as executor of the will or throwing his own shadow ,ctos the W B- ,hi9, !s t0 no,'ify . ,. , ... . . , , .'persons holding claims against said line of v;ston between the seeker and to nren, HllI- the figure of Christ in the distance. Ion or before the 30th day of June, So. in this day of difficulty and 1S2-. or this notice will be pleaded dread and change, we need to lift m a,r 01 tneir ,rT'.er'-. n. , ... . . . , . .. All persons Indebted to said es- Christ up higher and higher by the,,-.. wl Dleas4, m.kt nromot Da example of our own lives. When he ment. If f a k;,. vtA n lift.'u lmDlanted rurhtlv in the heart of! . ur pvuucu upuii uvib ttfcv f i j d as a beacon light is lifted, so far . " Becomes not an arro eaching, so illuminating, that all'nt, but an humble person. He be- 3iust see. This is so simple a propo- comes, not a vindictive, but a loving 1 . .. .... Tl Ul . U. !. t. ition that men, given to mystitlca- '"" j"it;in U4 me Ke me ... I l !. : i i.i ion, constantly run away irom it f l " mw uuiw.ru in he contemnoraries of Christ ran 'the live of our youth. This can be way from it because it pleased them. done, and should be done, everywhere ) lift up something else their sys- " all times in our daily inter na, their standards, their precon-: course, m business, in recreation, in ntin. thir nrh.d ce and their church and upon the street Some uny ignorances which they mistook men mav to set it up in another r knowledge. We are still engag- ne in one place and some in anoth 1 in the task of lifting up something r. What we are concerned about is Lher than Christ and we are then the lifting up of Christ everywhere in Lrprised and often grieved thabmen such a way that young and old will not see him.- Too often we are ws drawn unto Mm and adopt his as fting up so many oth-r things that ner DuiwarK oi tneir lives. a keep men from seeing as much of hrist as they would naturally see if M) WI.u TO POT 't alone. I ubody need get excited about the What did Christ mean when he predictions and prophecies of the end rd that if he were lifted up he of time, or even of a general disaster ould draw all men to him? He to the human race. No man knoweth i;st have meant that his followers the day nor the hour, and no amount iou'.d so exemplify his truths in their of mysterious guessing at obscure ily lives that their beauty and sim- passages of scripture is worth a hang, e truthfulness would attract other If &Rd intended men to know i-r. s- convince them that this was 'hP" the end of time should be He tl L 1 i V tf I hotter way. that their own seltish n" " im nai. h ne uoes t 'iiot intend them to know He would not have had it ducked away in some ijrnorant courses would be event v abandoned as altogether unwor . Christ never told anybody to go P'ace where it would take a prophet and drive men to him. He knew to find it. There is one thing about 11 well that men could not be so me k;tie tnt so many people seem iven. There is a dignity of man- to forget This June 30th. 1922. V. B. PARKER. Executor of the will of W. B. Hyatt. W. B. Love. Atty. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Having this day qualified before R. W. Lemmond, clerk of the superior court of Union county, as administra tor of the estate of Steve Walkup, de ceased, this is to notify all persons holding claims against said estate to ? resent them duly verified on or be ore the 29th day of June, 1924, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. AH persons indebted to said estate will please make prompt settlement This 29th day of June, 1922. F. C. EZZELL, administra tor of the estate of Steve Walkup deceased. PACE TERES The Cow and Dad (A True Story.) It was only yesterday evening When ds i g.t out the calf To ai it t3 a pasture And gxly. yju'd-a-lauirhed. Of curaj 'twas hard on dad yau know, ur s. l detected That he was furious with rage. What else could be expected? He took it over to stay till fall! You see the calf was grown And that it had a lot of strength was very plainly shown. Dad made me start it off for him, I drove her to the road. And as I journeyed to the house, A streak of fun he showed. She stopped and planted firmly, - Her four feet on the ground. Dad took a tantrum, oh Gee Whiz! He just went 'round and 'round. The heifer wouldn't go at alL .he had a stubborn spell. We all ran out in sinirle file. With good advice to yell. Ma 8 s: "Now John don't hurt your ' self.. Nor likewise hurt the cow." But dad just beat and kicked and reared For he was furious now. And I says, "Dad just bring her back; I wouldn't try to go. You'il only just wear out yourself, For you can't budire her I know " But sister only lauirhed and laughed. lust like she was so glad That dad could not control the calf, And that it made him mad. Ma says to dad. "Just wait John. dear." (She was talking kindly now For she realized she had tn Or else he'd kill that cow.) Mie says: "Just bring the heifer back And take the cow along." Dad would not acauiesce to this. You see his will is strong. wen, at last she took a step or two. na l m pretty sure she limped. FROM POVERTY TO COMFORT IS BUT A FEW STEPS IF YOU USE YOUR BRAINS. Let your first brainy act be to open a savings account at this bank. Then add to that account a portion of your earn ingrs every week. In time you will have a comfortable sum, and that money may then be invested in such a manner as to insure you that comfort which is the desire of every person. Your saving will draw interest while they are in our keeping. MONROE' BANK & TRUST CO R. B. REDWLNE, President H. B. CLARK, Cashier Poem Uncle John One Inexorable Law NOTL.E OF ADMINISTRATION Hav i',' duly qualified as Adminis trator on the estate of W. W. Laney, deceased, all persons holdin? claims against said estate are hereby noti fied to present the same to the under signed administrator on or before the first d:y of July, A. D., 192.5, or this notice will be plead in bar of their njjr.t of recovery. All persons indebted to said estate are notified to make prom pavment. This the 23rd day of June, 1922. F. T. LANKY, Admr. on estate of W. W. Laney, Dec'd. R. R. Redwine, Atty. This fact stands out beyond dispute: Cause and effect absolute. We violate life's perfect laws, which constitutes the active cause. i it mav be naasivp. nr rippla u.'k!(.K Krinra fha iwifr u nrl A atrt D..fc J J ' 7 . , , , ' , I ' -' o - . ......... ......q. v..v u " . v ,uu uu t v 11 cv b. CilClt uiJ".?"'i?.!?JLt her over there' commensurate with the cause, so strict are life's unvarying laws! Man's wilful sins may be forgiven, that mar his errant road to heaven, snow But violate life's least command, forgiveness lends no helping though scarlet-red, or black, we know forgiveness makes us white as hand and grim effect will follow cause, in this most stern of human laws. If you should ask me why it's so, I'd have to say that I don't know! Yr. Own UNCLE JOHN. Or die in the attempt. Then all at once an idea Stepped into his mind He left off pulling from the front And began to twist behind. He got a hold that heifer's tail, She surely left out then, The length of dad's most widest steps Would measure six-foot-ten! A truck in front was speeding; They went so very fast. With dad a-bringing up the rear, This first class truck they passed. And as they vanished out of sight. We all just had to laugh, We made the old "Home Farm" just ring For perhaps an hour and a half. Prunella. More Milk Now KXMTTOK'S XOTIt'K , ..u(tf4 turn un,i i( t.aiuiTTU it. W. Lemmond. C. S. C. of Union county, as exeuctor of the will of J. Wesley Helms, this is lo notifv all It is that the way is so1 persons holding claims aualnst said ment. This June 30th, 1322. JESSE L. HELMS. Executor or will of J. Wesley, Helms. dcd. ,d which never wholly dies in the plain that even . wayfaring man i estate to present same duly verified man heart. It was planted there munuenng a.ong m ignorance ana, - God. and was not meant to be carelessness, can understand if he ln bar of tnelr recovery. andoned. If men could be driven to wisnes. most oi tne iau aoout tnei All persons Indebted to said es- rist they would no longer be men, fulfillment of this and that prophecy ' win piease mane prompt pay puppets. So Christ says I am as in the past, ana especially in tne lu- magnet. The Godness in me will iure, is pure ouna. r,.t th flickering bits of Godness It this is true about scripture inter- men and impel them to come, as pretation, how much more true is it , W. B. Love, Atty. ) kli'.dred fours, or substances, aoout tne ordinary every aay calamity 1 1' A 1 .1 . 1 1 ne together. . iiuwunjf i vwujs mere nve ueen lud this is what accepting Christ men so pessimistic that they expeet- ansI them ar.d they in me. u t-e fsh to come any time. An 1 i only way in'the world that a man over, if there is not to be an immediate "accept'' Christ is to adopt as a cah of world., and wreck of mutter, tter of principle of daily living the 111 iwr.-.n raiv fit least is deteriornt- , . . .'in., f.. tl..) it .Ml ni..n lu 1. in: n in ike i nnst ns rear hs " " sll.k1 to he Kovernt-d by his 1,'en- '5l NOTICE OF SUMMONS North Carolina, Union County In the Superior Court. Lex Hailey, Plaintiff vs. Elvy Hai ley. Defendant. The defendant above nanied wil! "ake notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Su perior CVurt r: Union Countv. North r- .ii.ni v.t. . ul.. :.,tiiT i. i I j i i . , '- """"I ... I'm iiiiu tui luc .-nui'L- .L-niin'l. nmihlo uonli'il ... . . . ' pos.' oi set ii'ii.K an absolute cuwoe; Dretonis. his willinfiwss to put spinal nv, liviticss, soulless anl and the said defendant will further ftelnjrs of others htfore his wn''-l-f- Th? average calamity howl- lake notice U.at . she is reu;iel to . . . .... 4i-:..i.. ... : . -War at the office of the I ierk nf oes-re 10 uu a ne ou. nv; .-- Hlt. Superior Court of Union Countv, No man can conceive of wishing ri'"P"' w w w ' Ja'i North Carolinn. nt the court house from another.'"1 " sl' fomment in lhi0 tmerson m Monroe on the Mth day of August. sa;d: "It is said that the world is in a 1 answer or demur to the Kimball Gulbransen -N Starr and 20 oth er good makes of PIANOS at Hollaway's Music House Phone 571 - Monroe, N. C. Mntin Tn Hub 1 F More Winter Milk R. L PAYNE, M. D. Office Over Union Drug Co. Residence Phone 466 Office Phone 466 rti-ie nkruptcy, that the world c??, ,i,L,rl'' i?"! KuHi the ,, ' , ,, office of the snid ( lerk within the t.me icctive an mjiist.ee n. if he follow Christ, he will be to conceive the desire to do an F'ate ,,a stxe to another, either by thought the world more than the world prescribed by law, or the relief there deed or lack of sympathy and un- can pay, ami ought to go into chan- tanding. Cl'rv ''-' ,!,!l1- ' the world c.ild be driven So ' tn' n'"" time the Sid world ist it would have been so driven rocks along, the human race treads ago. .Not since tna lime wnen " 1 " "v. s'antine became an ostentious in prayed for will be granted. This the 11 ih dav of Julv, '.'2'2. R. W. LEMMOND, C. S. C. Van & Idiilikin, Attys. for PlaintLf. .stian hns the world lacked men were ready and willing to drive to Christ. Their whole efforts gene for naught and will always OUR 01.1) FRIEND THE COP .NOTICE OF SALE BY TRUSTEE By virtue of a power of sale con tained in a deed of trust executed by S- f Kininnria tn tVio iimlnraitmo! fma. The word "cop" originated in Lon-itee for N. S. Matthews, which said don, from the initials of "constable of de?d of trust is dated 20th day of police." This interesting bit of in-: rVb.,.U2i), (to secure the payment of . cerium notes merein mentioned,; ana la I sit of? ""- ' fiirmiilinn .,, fvnm Fnvi.lit KW "ll,m ueea merein nienuoneu,; ana or naught. No man has ever been'?,m,,l'on .com" f,om LmM jrecorded in the office of the Register viij b fiui.ce couiiniMiioiiei. 0t Deeds ol Union ceunty in Book A Enright has 12,000 policemen under X, at page C86, default having been him, 1000 being traffic cops. The n;ajle, in the P'nient of said notes oth. 11,000 guard 7.000.000 people ar.d $10,000,000,000 of treasure. i said deed of trust, I will, on This probably is an average for the Monday, August 14, 1922, nation, on which basis each American 12 o'clock M., at the courthouse i. , ,, , door, in Monroe, N. C, sell, for cash, policeman keeps an eye on 6.1b people t0 the hjghest bidd the followinK' anil S'lmflllfl Tlio,' am nnf inf . Hi. J,-l.,..l . , I I. - i ble, but they do a fairly good job of being in Union county, N. C., on the it, considering the ground they cover. wate .f vel)M,iIe ,c,reel?' aoin- . ... 7 j i i lnK tne lands of Milas Howie, Roney A polite, pleasing, good-looking cop Howie, George McManus, and F. M. is a joy forever. There is one thing Sutton, containing 53 acres, more or we ought to do for the boys, however, less and beiha" Prt of the land and that is quit making them wear hJ L ? clothes as heavy as blankets in the jand registered in the office of the en to Christ and nona will be. Of se one may be so shocked in one or another that he will open his and begin to cast about to see it is the matter with him. But he hot be driven to Christ, any more tw3 and two can be made to :1 five. Christ aid men would to him when he was lifted up. e cf any kind is an utter failure he salvation of the world. Not does it operate effectively when .ived in the form of a personal I besetting the pathway of men driving them with fear to accept st. If the way of salvation were the devil could drive men into it would have been no use for st to be lifted up. sus Christ appeals to the best there is in men, not the worst. Cultivates the best in order that by grow and crowd out the worst. rushes aside every outward con- n and circumstnace and says that R. H. GARREN, M. D. Practice Limited to Treatment of Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT Office Over THE UNION DRUG COMPANY PHONE 23S. Dr. S. A Alexander Veterinarian Office Phone 113. Res. 53-J. The Four-Square Ration When you feed Cow Chow to cows on pasture you will get four results. . Maximum milk production from each cow. 2. More milk at less cost per gallon, and k:ep your Cows in bet ter condition. 3. A longer milking period. 4. Bigger Milk Checks. The3e results can be expected becaus- Cow Chow has just the right sJemsnt3 to balance grass end to: make mors milk, You lose moniy ev;ry day you fail to fee1 covs on pasture. GULLEDGE 6 SNYDER. Dr. Kemp Funderburk Dentist Office Over Lee Griffin's Store. summer time. A policeman with a ! Register of Deeds of Union County, winter suit on in summer, in addition j record of deeds No. 51, at page to hi. load of artillery, is a man who ft g" must suffer and consequently lose hislfeb., 1920, and recorded in the office temper a good deal. They are sub ject to enough strain without this In Belgium women have beon em ployed in the railway, postal and tel egraph service sines 1882. of the Register of Deeds of Union county. Same being sold to satisfy the notes mentioned in the deed of trust. July 12th, 1922. R. W. LEMMOND, Trustee. 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