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POLK COUNTY UEWS. TEYOII. Hi C.
je of our friends in White Oak
ship writes us as follows: "Please
v me to say that your editorials
nf the createst interest. Yes, in-
it is "refreshing to see the way f
,nn are pulling together.'?. .
ith good wisnes tor your success.
unday school every bunaay at iu
Sck. Everybody welcome to our
Hces. We want 50 men and wo-
to join the adult Bible class and
Hiss the Sunday ; school topic,
Ceaching by the. pastor at 11
kck. . E. J. JONES, Supt. ...
km WOMAN'S EXCHANGE
irations for the winter, Saturday
ernooon, with a tine crowd, ably
Ved by clever waiters-at the var
k tables, and by Miss Purdy and
Hester in the kitchen.
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t seems aimosi a piiy mat mose
Mo riot follow either serving as a
AeSsion, or establish a school .for
jruction m this most necessary
nch of uselulness.- . . .
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DEATH OF JUDGE JUSTICE.
The news of the sudden death of
Hge M. xi. J usuce, wmcn occurrea
Ashevilie, was a great snocK -.to
relatives and many friends in
section. Only a few months
fc he was here when his sister, Mrs.
r . i r . tN i
Veins, diea. , seemingly ne was in
PP. i l T A i i
V best oi neaitn. in ow it is nara
realize the Dig nearrea .nnstian
htleman has lett us, out it can be
d of mm that he died at his post
duty like the brave soldier that he
is. - -.- ,
LTudee Justice had many friends
te who were always eager to shake
fc hand. His iather,' "uncle uut-
j." as he was called, resided here
How fitting was the going away of
bis hearted Judge, after a hard
fids the drapery of his couch about
nds the drapery of his couc habout
Sn - and lies down to pleasant
feams." SILVER CREEK.
AT THE PUBLIC SCHOOL.
rhe informal reception given by the
achers and pupils at the school,
b-idav afternoon, was of pleasure
id profit- -
The prize' letter commenting on the
iprovements in the school already
:complished, was read,i'.alongwith
ie two -which recerved honorable
ention. Charles Nesmith wrote the
rst, Geraldine Sayre an4 little Sal
? Wilson, the other two. v
Sallie Wilson asked for a sanitary
rinking fountain, and one has since
;en promised by Mr. Broaddus Bal
pger. Mrs. Washburn gave a - most sym
athetic talk about schools telling ex
igences of her own, and Miss Wini
:ed Lane-followed, in an 1 excellent.
finition "of what education means.
The children 'sang the song of the
i school bell, and the bell which
-i that day been installed on the
rp of the roof, through energetic ae
on by Mr. Hill, answered with its'
ng, dong. M
Mrs .Holden gave the history of
ie bell as told by Mr. T. T. Ballen
er, and , afterwards presented the
rize for:the best letter! 'i H: b
In the course of her talk Mrs.
Washburn asked how many : of : the
lildren saw the News-Bee. Small
lands went up in answer from all
her the ' room. -
PINE HILL NOTES.
Among the arrivals last week
ine Hill were Mr. antL Mrs, E.
Kemick of Riverside. Illinois.
Remick is an operator of large farms
n iNorinwestern Uanada. - He js an
xcellent horseman and ;both he. and
is wife may be seen daily taking
ips around the mountain trails on
eir favorite horses. . '
Mr. and Mrs. James . E. Plew and
auerhter. Marion, with ' .Tudce land
Irs. Chas. S. Cutting and Mr. and
Hrs. George A. Stewart, all of Chi
cago, . will spend the month of March
it Pine Hill. They are desirous of
enting a seven passenger touring
ar while here. Should any of our
eaders know of such a car they will
confer a favor by communicating
nth Mr. Brown or. Mr. Wilkie. Mr
tnd Mrs.-Plew and daughter have
pent the past two monthe - at Palm
each, Florida. : - v-
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jiiss uora JK. GoodwiHie who is
pending the winter witl hei mother
" Pine Hill was so unfortunate as to
ose a beautiful platinum bar pin "set
'th diamonds. She is offering a lib
pal reward for the pin rhould" it'be
ptumed. V . ; , : ,
1 Ork Citv. whn is n wiipat. at Pine
ill, has erone to Washinerton: D. C.,
or a few days to be with hev brother,
ihe will cst Viot- rnncin ' fia Anna
. Powell at Pine Hill this week.4
AiT. and Aire V P nansnn nnr!
family, of Cincinnati,' Oh:o, will ar
ve at Pine Hill on Sundav, . to re
gain six wppVs . Mrs William K.
Allen, of Glendale", Ohio,' a sister of
-Wrs. Dansnn will oiAi!Jiiir tbPTYi.
MORE AND BETTER LIVE STOCK.
Dieeding chart, the compliments of
ackinc C.n , Tf mVo q nirtnrp in
the correct colors of the leading
weeds of cattle, shen and hocrsralso
contains a lot - of other priceless in
formation. - V
Mr. A rmnni" ia v vrfViiicinst. on
-ne hve stnV niocnn nnH in his let-
hits the nail on the head " in the
lonowing laneuaee: -
. Each year sees a erreater advance
jn American farm values. And as
and becomes worth more its produc
Jng power must i increase -if farmers
and live stock Growers' are to niake
adequate nrofits.; ; ; , ; ---j
Improved breeds and better anU
"ial husbandry offer the soundest so-
on of the uroblem. Corn r costs
the same whether it is fed to a hisrli,-
grade meat animal or a scrub. But
V If one hundred persons in Polk
County each carried $50 in money
that would total $5,000.00 which is of
no benefit to the owners or to any
one; else.. If deposited in bank the
owners are safe and the money is
Immediately put to work. Don't car
ry money around in your pocket, do
not hide . it in out of way places to be
stolen or burned. Deposit it in .this
bank, if not, in this bank in some oth
er bank. - ;
A bank takes everv rirecaution
against loss. Active officers are
loss by, fire, burglary and hold-up.
Our vaults are fire proof and are se
cure against fire, - wind and sneak
thieves A safety box, of . large size,
may be rented for as low as $2.00.
rent a box to place your valuables.
You are cordially invited to inspect
the vaults. Better be safe than sor
ry.' This bank - is authorized by . law to
act as administrator, executor, guar
dian, trustee, agent, etc.; Our ap
You are cordially invited to worship at
the Episcopal church; Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. Subject of sermon:
SSnoiog by Proxy;w -
Evening service with sermon, 7:30 o'clock.
what a contrast in return when corn,
is converted into beef, and the ani
mals are marketed. -
"Yet more than profit is to be con
sidered. In the last year - temporary
high prices have made severe inroads
into breeding stock. At the , . same
the greatest war in history has devas
tated European herds to the number
of 114 million. head. The world faces
a -perilous meat shortage.'
"More live stock and better live
stock are imperative."
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
Whereas, in this great world war
for freedom and democracy, against
servitude and autocracy, our friend
and brother, Corporal Jesse T. Lewis,
of Co. G, 120th Inft., 30th Division,
U. S. Army, was slain . in action
"Somewhere in France" September
Whereas, in his death Mill Spring
Baptist church loses one of its most
faithful members, and the community
one of its most useful citizens. .
Whereas, our Heavenly Father is
the only source of comfort to the be
reaved family - and friends.
Be it resolved, first: That we do
implore the continued presence of
God's holy SDirit to comfort the loved
ones left behind.
Resolved "second: that we extend to
the bereaved family our deepest sym
pathy, and share with them as best
we can, the loss of this brave soldier,
son and brother.
Resolved third : that a copy of
these resolutions be presented to the
bereaved family; one sent to the Polk
County News; one tov the Biblical Re
corder and one- spread on our minutes.
Respectfully submitted, -.
J. H. Gibbs,
" Frank Jackson,
: Jesse Splawn.
. -r Committee.
TO THE TRYON
The. committee appointed to outline
a plan of cooperation for the poultry
raisers of Polk county, respectfully
submit the following report.
Statistics show an ever increasing
demand for a uniform crade of poul
try products. The Tryon Poultry As-
SOCiauon wus vi gaxycu Avi lire
pose of stimulating interest among
the farmers oi FolK county in raising
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pure Drea iowis, ana eaLaouoiuiig
within the county a shipping point
for the cooperative wholesale mar
keting of a uniform grade of poultry
and eggs. Organization and cooper
ation is essential to the success oi
any business enterprise; and in order
to obtain -the" best results in poultry
raising, we recommend a systematic
organization of the poultry raisers of
Polk county, and appeal to all f ar-
Vnrs and noultrv raisers to. become
members of the v Poultry. Association
and cooperate in the' standardization
of pure bred fowls. ' .
There is no feci required of persons
desiring to become members of the
association, and the only obligation
required of the members is to raise
pure bred ' fowls - only. It is not nec
essary . to dispose of your present stock
of fowls, but to discard from the
flock all roosters except pure stock of
some standard breed, and gradually
work up to, a pure bred flock. ,
" ; As i' an inducement to f arniers and
others to become members of the asT
sociation and aid; in establishing a
readyA market for the best gradeof
poultry products, the Tryon Poultry
A soociation will aid them -in procur-
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I in pure bred cocks or v settings ot
Letter. From Peoples
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Tryon, North Carolina
pointment to act in any of the fore
going w6uld insure careful ' and con
servative management with the same
efficient accounting as our banking
department. Our fees for such ser
vices are no higher than an" individ
ual would receive. Feel free to con
sult us about matters of this kind. -
If you live a distance from this
progressive bank and wish to open an
account with ussend in a deposit by
mail. Checking accounts opened for
$50.00 or more, , savings accounts lor
$1.00 or-more, certificate of deposit
bearing interest from date for $50.00
or more. Savings accounts draw inter
est at 4 per cent compounded quarter
ly. Write us.
Citizens of Coopers Gap, White
Oak and Greens Creek, attention. We
want your business. We want you
identified with this Polk County bank.
Many of you are doing your banking
business outside of Polk county. We
offer you the best facilities - and will
extend every possible accommodation.
We can take care of you through Un
Peoplea Bank & Trust Co.
TRYON, N. C.
G. H. HOLM- , Pres. W. F. LITTLE, Cadi.
eggs from any of the standard breeds
at the lowest possible - price; infor
mation will be furnished at the meet
ings of ,the Association or upon appli
cation to the President, Mr.j B. F.
Copeland, at Tryon.
We recommend that a 'poultry show
open to the poultry raisers of- Polk
county be "held at Tryon during the
first week, of October and prizes con
sisting of pure bred cockerels and
pullets or settings of eggs be award
ed for the best exhibits.
We recoomm'end that- the next
meeting of the association be held in
the Missildine Hall at Tryon,Satur
day, March 1, at 2 o'clock p. m. All
persons interested in poultry raising,
even on a small , scale, are cordially
invited .and earnestly requested to at
tend this meeting. . '
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CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Department of State.
To All Whom These Presents May
Whereas, it appears to my satis
faction, by duly authenticated record
of the proceedings for the voluntary
dissolution thereof by the unanimous
consent of all. the stockholders, de
posited in my office, that the Saluda
Pharmacy, .Inc., a corporation of
this State,' whose principal . office is
situated in the town of Saluda, coun
ty of Polk State of. North. Carolina
(G. R. Little being the agent therein
and in charge thereof, upon whom
process may be served), has complied
with the requirements of Chapter 21,
Revisal of 1905, entitled "Corpora
tions," preliminary to the issuing of
this certificate of dissolution:
Now, therefore, I, J. Bryan Grimes,
Secretary of State of the State of
North Carolina, do hereby certify
that the said corporation did, on the
17th day of February. 1919, file in
my office a duly executed and attest
ed consent in writing to the dissolu
tion of said corporation, executed by
all of the stockholders thereof, whicn
said consent and the record of the pro
ceedings aforesaid are now on file in
my said office as provided' by law.
In testimony whereof, I have here
to set my hand and affixed m official
seal at Raleigh, this 17th day of Feb
ruary, 1919. - '
J. BRYAN. GRIMES, -Secretary
NOTICE OF SALE.
The undersigned administrator of
the estate of W, H. Shields', deceased,
will sell at public auction to the high
est bidder, for cash, at the late resi
dence of said deceased in Tryon town
ship. Polk county; on Thursday, the
27th day of February 1919, beginning
at 10 o clock a. m. the personal prop
erty belonging to the estate of said
deceased, consisting of household and
kitchen .furniture, farming imple
ments, automobile, bees live stock
and various other articles of personal
property. " x . .
This February 3rd, 1919. :
D. A. SHIELDS, Administrator.
Notice to Ed Engle and G. R. Coop
er and all other persons is hereby
given that at a delinquent tax sale for
the year 11 the- undersigned pur
chased nine acres of land m Saluda
township, Polk county, N.. C., listed
for axes in the name of Ed-Ingle and
G. R. Cooper for the year 1917. Notice
js further given - that unless Tedemp
tion is made of said real estate on or
before the 6th day of May -1919 I will
.Polk county, N. C. on the ; 6th day
pi May, lyyits, zne . undersigned
This February 4th, 1919. s
O. D GILBERT Purchaser.
Bank'1 Trust Gfe
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cle Sam's mail. If 'n'bt convenient to
come to the bank we! will take . the
bank to you via Uncle Sam. -We are
serving Tryon and Columbus Town
ship farmers and we are very anxious
to extend our service;: Will you write
us? When in Tryon- come, in to see
us. Be friendly and. let us know;each
other better. ' . ; :. ' : :-
Polk County is awakening to its
possibilities and there is a general
feeling that Polk is going to take her
place with the progressive counties of
the old North StateV Modern farm
ing and stock-raising methods will
be the way to do it; '- This growing
bankwants to do all in its power to
hasten the day and Its life is dedicat
ed to the uplift of Polk county. If
you have any suggestions to make -for
the betterment of our service please
let us hear from you. As our busi
ness increases so will our ' resources
increase to ielp in the coming devel
opment. We want; the co-operation
of all and welcome suggestions from
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION.
Resolution and Certificate of Direc
tors of the Jno. L. Jackson -Company.
The location of the principal office
in this state is at Trade Street in "the
town of Tryon, county of Polk. The
name of the agent - ; thei ein and 1 in
charge thereof, upon wlam process
against this corporation ma he ' serv
ed; is Jno. L; Jackson. zi' f "
We, the. undersi ghed, being a ma
jority of the Board of Directors of the
Jno. L. Jackson Company do hereby
certify that at a 'meeting of ' said
Board called for that purpose, and
held on the 31st day of January,' 1919
A. D., said Board by a majority of the
whole Board did adopt the following
resolution: JV . "
RESOLVED, That in the judgment
of this Board it is advisable and most
for the benefit of the Jno, L. Jackson
Company, that the same should be
forthwith dissolved;,, and to that end
it is ordered that aH meeting of - the
stockholders be held on Wednesdav.
the fifth day of Marph, A. D. 191 at
the office of the company, in the town
of Tryon, to take action upon this
resolution; and further, that the ' Sec
retary forthwith give- notice of said
meeting and of thg? adoption of - this
resolution within te4. days from .this
date by publishing the said resolution
with a notice of its adoption, m the
Polk County News,Ha newspaper pub
lished injthe town of Tryon, ; for: at
least fou weeks, onde a week, succes
sively and by mailing a5 written or
printed eppy of the samd ' to each and
every stockholder ofthis Company m
the United "States;-:';'.;-; V ' .. )i:
In wichess whereof r we have i here
unto set )ur hands and affixed the cor
porate seal of said Cbmpany, this 3lst
day of January, 1919. --
John L. Jackson, "C f .
. NBv Jackson.
Attest: N. B. Jackson, Secretary.
Notice is hereby given to the Green
River Power Co-.and all other per
sons that at a delinquent v tax sale in
Polk county, N. Ci1, the undersigned
purchased 100 acrs of land in Saluda
township in said bounty, listed for
taxes ire the nameEof the Green River
rower lo. JNoticgl; is turther given-
that unless redemption is made ot
said real estate on or before the 6th
day of May, 1919,; I will apply to the
sheriff of Polk county for a deed to
said real estate, jl t
This the 4th. dajf of February, 1919.
v j JOSEPH, LEE Purchaser.
NOTICE OF SUlijMONS AND .
WARRANT OF ATTAlMFNT.
North Carolina, k-'
Polk County, ; j ' .
Tryon Township.! j - " '
Before Geo. A. dash, Justice of
Tho John L. Jaskson Company
Model Mill Company. .
The defendant fin the above enti
tled action will take notice that on
the 18th day of February, 1919, . a
summons in saidactioji was issued
against defendant; by Geo. A. .Gash.
Justice of the Peace for Polk cbimty,
North Carolina, plaintiff claiming the
sum of Fifty-one f dollars and 'seventy
six cents due it because of shortage of
flour and damaged to flour and .meal
shipped it by defendant, which, sum
mons is returnable before " Geo. A ;
Gash, Justice of .the Peace, at his of
fice in Tryon Township, Polk County,
North Carolina, bn the 20 th day of
March, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m.
The defendant will also take notice
that a warrant of, attachment was is
sued by said Justice of the Peaci on
the 18th r day of February 1919,
against the property of, said defend
ant, "which warrant is turriable ' be
fore the-said Justice of th Peace 'at
the time and ; place1 named for' the;re'
turn of the ;su?nm6ns, .Js when and
vvhere the defendant is require l'lio
appear, and answer or demur to1 "the
complaint of the5 plaintiff brthere
lief demanded will be granted -1,
This 18th day! of February 1919.
: GEO A. GASH. ' 4
- Justice of the Peace;
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A choice line of Spring Hats r
will be on display ,
IPricflay aod! Saturcflajy, -
;.ffr2lbir(Lflairy 211 2o
We would appreciate it very much if '
you will come and look them over.
At Wilkins' Store.
Trade at home and thus help
yxur town tp grow and improve.
Jolhri iOrr & Co.
iI t Phone No. 14
Wrtforif: N. C.
This Bank is for Peope who
Want to Improve; their financial Condition
Will you let us serve you? A checking account is most,
convenient in the payment of bills. .It is the safest receipt.
, ' A Savings account is the sure road to an eventual convT
petency. We solicit your account. r
CAROLINA STATE BANK.
DAVID C. BARROW W C ROBERTSON, Q.. C. CONNER
PrHtit Via PraoiJnf
W. T. LONOSEY, Tryom.;
If taken at orice. Cash or reasosble
Two tenant houses, well built, in colored
tenement district. Store house " and lot ohr
Trade street. GEO. A. GASH, Agt, :
We are offering
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