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that it ii just your stomach that
troubles you and he crabs his stetho
scope ;and llsjens anxiously to the
action of your heart.
"Right here is where I am distress
ed' you persist, indicating tlx? pit of
your stomach. "Nothing wrong with
my chest." And your manner more
than your verbal interference with he
doctor's examination tells him plainly
that you are one of the large class of
people who enjoy poking at t.ha stom
ach when they are developing incipient
tuberculosis, heart failure or Brlght's
disease, for Instance. You belong to
the majority who feel- flattered . if the
doctor. -agrees 'with ' ther own ireriioa
of the trouble and a trifle piqued if he
doesn't. So, much as the doctor would
like tj go ahead and make a thorough
and complete examinatles, he dart not,
.. a . ?. w mmMM hi a - ..
A doctor, if, he is a good doctor, is
by nature averse to experimenting up
ia htspitient,Si,oT?ii Isqtypographi
calrox. A. 4octOT4reaily ,liates to ex.
periinent ipori- anybody. But every
body certainly loves to be experiment
ed on, and the doctor is sometimes
3o?eed to do it, or else become unpop
Sifcfc J That's 1 the honest truth. If a
Sioctor refuses under any circum
Qips .to experiment unnecessarily
ujjri his patients, people call him a
j-crahlc', a crab, a mean, unaccommodat
ing sort of man. They declare that ho
attempts to magnify your minor ail
ments into major ones, if you give him
' - Let's take a plain example. Yon
I dont want any examination.
ITS JUST A LITTLE TROUBLE f IT
HAVING WITH MY 5TOMACH.AND I WANT
YOU TO OIVE ME SOMETHING TO PUT IT
BACK IN WOrKIMG ORDER.
WHO'S DOING THIST
have, we shall say, what you think is
e little stomach trouble. You have
conscientiously tried every old nos
trum any fool has recommended, and
finding no relief worth mentioning,
you go to see the doctor. You tell
him your stomach is a little below par
and that you want something to help
"assimilate your food. That's the
ticket something to assimilate your
Oh, if -there were only something
that would make us assimilate all our
food, what a large, exciting life ours
would be There would be constant
tension, hearty eating folks blowing
vup and bursting everywhere. Think
of all the food we eat and imagine
what a calamity it would be if we had
to assimilate so much.
Well, the doctor lays you out com
fortably on .his examining table and
begins to paw you over, evidently
with grave suspicions of your appen
dix, your , gall-sac, your, kidneys and
things. Once more you remind him
for it is practically certain you would
protest against paying the fee - for
honest service. You want - the " doctor
to guess at what is wrong with you;
you are willing to pay him for a guess,
but you do not as yet feel that ybur
case is serious enough to warrant a
greater investment than that. Ia
short, you are bound to have your
little experiment, and if the present
doctor refuses to experiment upon you,
then youll soon find one who will: .It
appears to be human nature for each
of us to assume that his own individual
symptoms are not very serious, ? that,
tuberculosis, heart failure, Brlght's
; disease, cancer and things happen
ttrht olor - J
aifeuv aiuu( awuug UUD I ItlOUUS UUI
surely will not afflict one's own self.
A foolish sort of logic, but neverthe
less popular. And the tireless patient
medicine fakers spare no pains to per
petuate just such a ' false feeling of
security, because as long as an indlvl
dual does not know just what is the
matter he is a good prospect as a
nibbler at the nimble nostrum.
Landrum, - S. C
The steady growth
of this bank in the
2 1 -2 years of its ex
istehce attest to its
THE BANtt Of MUTUAL SERVICE
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Tryon .As It Used To Be
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A Familiar Type of Mountain Road in Polk County
Famous Old Skyuka Inn
A Favorite Resting Place
of Polk CountyXS fesrfftl
is to notify all person v .ollna ?
against the ertat?of5fi;
exhibit them to the deceaaed?
or before the 6th dVof on
or this notice will be piLfr
of their recovery. pieaded in
All persons indebted to
will please, make immeHf!aid
This the 16th day 0fHM
STATE OF NORTH CAnnm.
1 , county of Polk.
I Arch B. Calvert, Plaintiff
W-HA:Sif.arns' William M rQ
?'?lZinJ Abigail lft ,
nusuium, vy. a. smith, MariaS xT4
phey Louise Murphey o t ?Ur
phey Robert M-urphey Mrs
Childs and husband l ' n vt,D
G. H. Peake, G. H. Neman
Norman Mrs. J. n wT":
band, J. D. Jones Edgar Nn
and i. Peake : and C. B
aim . r-tauce ana J. H ni, vr
ine aeiendants, S. G. Pinw av
gail Smith and husband, w K
Mariah ;Murphev, Louis
E. Murnhev. Robert
tl "Jtrty, Awuert murphev t
C. H. Peake, G. H. Peaks, G H jSt
Jason Norman. Mrot t n V. "
.husband, J. DJcmrs, Edgar Nor
and I. Frank Peake iii f ,L!
that an action entitled as above K
been commenced in the Suiu
Court for Polk county, for tK
pose of removing a cloud from the
tie of 367. acres of land deeded bv
Geo. W; Justice, Commissioner I'
Ai-ch B. Calvert, on the 12th dav of
March, 1918, and fully described J
said deed which is recorded in Book
37, at page 367 of the Register 0f
Deeds ofl&ce for Polk county, refer,
ance being hereo made to said deed
for a full, and complete description of
And the defendants will further
take notice that they are required to
appear at .the term of the Superior
Court of said count" to be held on the
second Monday after the first Monday
in September it being the 15tK.day of
Sept. 1919, at the court house in Polk
county," in Columbus, N. C, and an
swer or demur to the complaint in
said action, or the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for relief in said com
plaint. , J. P. Ariedge, C. S. C.
This 19th day of April, 1919 6t
There will be an election on June
10, 1919, at Sunny View school house
in Cooper Gap township, to ascertain
whether or not there will be an annu
al special school .tax to supplement
the county -.fund for that school, for
an amount -"not to exceed 50 cents on
pvpw $1 no on valuation of nroDertv.
and $1.50 on each poll.
According to petition now on .file
setting out; the boundaries, etc., with
the board of county commissioners of
W. D. Helton, Registrar; P D. Wil
Hams and N. E. Williams, Judges.
' , Done by ; request; and petition to
County Commissoners of Polk county,
at May 3 th meeting. This 6th day of
F. M. BUURGESS,
, - Clerk to B. C. C.
; Tom Duncan is back with the Mc
Lane Milling Co., formerly known as
the Harris Milling Co., at Campobello
Springs, S. C.
i I have everything in first-class
shape, so if you want good bread
come give me a trial, old friends.
2-2t TOM DUNCAN Miller.
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Millincryg Dress Making
AH Work Guaranteed
first floor WUkins' store
MRS. E. RHODES.
We Have the Right Pricci
Kind of Materials
o do your building Full stock
Doors, Windows, Siding flooring
Ceiling. Shingles, Loths, Interior
Finish and Moulding, Roufh W
Dressd Lumber. Carry complete
STOCK OF PEEDS
HEARON LUMPER CO.
SALUDA. N. C
W. F. LITTLE
;Tryon, N. C.
GEO A. GASH
JUSTICE OF THE ?
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i j Collections a specialty.
and Mortgages j preparea, .jf
Contracts written at reason
prices. . m.
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