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ItVhojtwKaf: tho hor3Q
cats it s what he cu
gesto that makes him
tropj. Oats is a good feed
feut;upj to-20 pfkwet
ihrongn'the ejrstem whoia
The oats in Purina
ed and then sprayed with
The com also is cracked.
Purina 0AToteno Feed,
the heavy .crushed graia
ration, contains all the ele
menu to! give a horse
energynd to produce bus
da blood hair and hide
in proper proportion :
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Whereajy in . accordance with pro
visions of iChap. 532 of : the JtMblic-
Local Eav a of 1919, a petition; has
been presited : to . the Board of Coiin-
ty Comrn Isionera ..r of Polk : County,
signed, byi xwenty-flye per cent, pt:ine
iniaHfied iptersif Ktfe cpuntyv; -f ?r
order 01 TH execnon jw jsi5cpruii i'' ww
will of thlf voters-as to whether bonds
of the coifMy snail be issued ana sow
for the pifypose of building And equip-
BJTRANCE ROADS FOR FARMS !nf a fei1 '
fllneert'olLBureau of : Public Rcaii by the Bdftrd of Cunt; Commiss-
Glve Advice on Application ct wners 01 wqik ounvy,vnaw uh cicu-
CItumInoua Material. : tipn be hud in said county . at . the
..r .vv Y j various ell jctwn precincts on inesaay,
CPrepared by-tba. United" Btate:Depar the 20th of Anril. 1920, under the
OwnerV of: large farms and rural se rulerf and , regulaUons, and n
Astnten -seeking a more satlsTactory me Bamef iiuuncir. w ,-
type of entrance road - have applied members sk the- General Assembly, vat
to the bureau of public roads of the 1 which tinp the question, jot - issumg
United States .department pf agrlcul- and sellink bonds in the. amount of
ture for advice, regarding the appllca- $15 000 fKthe purpose stated above
lion w oiiuuuawua uiaiwiw vu 1 fu uw flf a tar sufficent to nay
farm I . . A.3k v-. j j
eaport; ; Chairman ;.George -A.r 'Painter
and- G. L. .Tho- ;r5onit'oninii:icncrg7-
" ':;;x- -Chairm4ia.
- . GEORGE A. PAINTEK,
; r V G. L. THOMPSON,
. - 5 : Ckmimisioners
NOTICE DELINQUENT TAX ' :
1 r " PAYERS 1 :': "fe :vv;
and T much-traveled
The bureau's . engineers . point font
that, such applications may be made
successfully on- any farm road which
the inter&it .on said bonds and create
a sinkingtjfund f orr their retirement
shall;be . puhmitted to the : voters rf
the countl aualified to vote . at" the
. For Sale by
Hearon. Lumberf GoM jSaluda,; N; Cv
has already been constructed of stone. iDrecedineijrenerar election for mem
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mxivoi AthAf ctmiiflr mntprini ; and i bers or w&' .general ABsemuiy. at
Is In a thoroughly compacted and rea-1 which elaltion those, favoring the -is-
sonably smooth condition. A coal-tat suence afrd sale of said bonds, shall
preparation applied cold, or an asphal-Uagt ballots on which shall be printed
tic oil, can be tsed and If applledby or writtei' words For County' Home
we aarm employees, ui; yu3. Buiu Bondv aM. those. onnoseil shall .cast
hot exceed seven or eignx cents ai, i,iiw'i,ii u t,
4 m.tnoi ThA vm. ballots 0. which shall be printed. ,
ofnno .n,i .hrtnM h written tfoe words "Against County
thorouehly : cleaned of dust and the Home Brds". That this order shal
bitumen aoplledCwlth jordinary sprmk-1 be noticePpf said election and shall be
. ling pots from which the perforated posted uilone or more places in, each
nozzle has been removed and the spout election rgecinct lof the county ;, and
carefully flattened, into a symmetrical publishedfein; the-Polk County -News
rectangular opening aoout one-quarrer f dr threeMmonths next immediately
preceding the, time fixed for said
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Notice is , hereby prfven. to the ; par
ties named belowr and to all ' , other
persons who may concerned. , as
loprtgagees, that t , the r undersigned
purchased at -a sale -of property of de-
inquent ', tax - payers,' r in Columbus,
Pollr County," N; C.on the 5th- day of
May,, 1919, land listed and described
as follows: - -v.;1' '-;.-
1Q acres of Land in Greens Creek
Township, listed in the name of San-
ford ;Iiles, for , the" year . 1918.- '
Notice -is hereby given that appli
cation .wiH be -made to r the sheriff
of Polk County, N. C, by the under
signed for deeds of saidroperty af
ter, the th day of May, 1920. This
Dec 12th, 1913..
BEN LILES;.. Purchaser.
v ;- pf r Poverty.
cping'A tiTmphtxrrTingrawar from
a; lar tpuse- .fellow -professloaal
asked him whatl luck h& bad had. jt
ain't no use askln' there," was the re,
ply. MI Just had a peep through th
winder. . It's a poverty-stricken hous.
There was actually two ladles playia
on -one planner."'..:',
Q Uvea: VaJ uxbl er Food.
' So far as value of heat unit Is con
cerned, pound -for pound, ripe oIItm
Contain almost as much food value &
bread, and In the case of very largt
oUtcs the value , may be: Increases to
approximately the same as that of
Town Talk is Flour
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Sunshine De. ''
The clothing-we av ...iors iay
rlads of dU r ae germr ';: This-: Is .espe
dally true of woolen-garments. Cot
ton and: silk do not retain germs ap
readily as. wool, .and ...are , therefore
more suitable for clothing to be worn
during exposure to illness; i "Niirsesr are'
obliged sta,wear cotton garments when
In attendance upon the sickv uTo-der
itroy germs- In" clothing there ia notlK
log imore . potent than - bright, sunlight
andair. . Hang ..clothing .and blankets;
'quilts, etc.,-. outdoors where- the -aua
and wind may beat upon them for sev
eral, hours, and ( disease germs lurking
In-their -meshts .will; be destroyed... -
Dear-Sir: W ace herewith return
ing the alleged poem you submitted
entitled, ."Oh, for the Wings of
DoTe.,r- For your information
might add that, if you keep on siaginx
In that strain, you will soon be willing
fo compromise on a second-hand cheest
sandwich: " "- 1 . .
Savings Bank! Depositors.
The countries which head the IW
In number of savings, bank account
are Switzerland, Norway, Denmark,
Svicden, Japan, Tasmania countrtai
not of great national wealth; yet ttis
average savings bank deposits per de
positor . of Switzerland, Denmark and
Norway exceed that of this country.
.80 for 24 lbs.
Saluda, N. .C
The time for saving and getting ahead in the: game '
-';" ; -r : of life is NOW; : V 0
With a Bank -Account started and steadily- growing
you wlllexperience a pleasure 'of - accomplishment in
saying-that.comes from naught elss. ;
Tha best way is to come in and start ah account to
day. Hon't delay on, account of the. amount you
have for the start. . - -
Capital S1 0,000.00
OHN B CANNON, Pres. : PRESION H.:BIIH JCash,
It is fiixer brdered-that the follow,
ing inanief j be and are herebv appoint'
.td acts.poll holders in the,yarious
election pclncts of the county :TCo
lumbusVilf B,r Arledge, registrar, J.
cl WtoMuU: J- F: Ormand,
' I judgesV'yttR- J. G. Monroe, 5 reg
istrar J. f p., Fisher and w. Ft swann,
R. M. Hal and J. C; MetcalfT judges.
Jackson's! Mill, '-. D. H. Thompson,
registrarfT. C. Lawter and v M. A:
Jackson, fudges, Big Level: - W. H.
T Jt - T,' . mr . f f- 11 I
tx ... iijeaoeiietj regisxrar. u. roweu.ana
Surface" Treatment 61 Macadam fload Jerry Jackson, iudcs. Pea Ridge; J.'
With Bituminous Mattrlal and Stone e;: CarsUregistrar a W; -Ponder
:::tl::t.' - and N.; 'U. Moore, judges, - Green'a
iv-v 'jr.i I Creek: Sf- Ck Feagan, registrar,; J. T.
may be pouredirf a tiroad. flat stream. Greenwa and-Walt Feagan): judgesthls, but next
, If 'a largo amount-: of work is to be Done by ie Board of County commis-'t the maid next
done. a snedally designed Dourlns I sioners cd. Polk County on the-6th 4ay
can.may be;pprchased of dealers iniof. Januafy, 192Q,iit a meeting-V ad-
roaa equipment.- - jare snouia do 1 jouraed from the 5th . day , of said
.tken tohave- an even 'distribution, I inont'aiyear, "at Thichvnieting
ana ne uanuty appuea1 snouia oe
approximately one-half gallon -- to - a
square yard of road surface; 'After
clean gravel for stonV&ilps shouldrbe
spread vIyVer.thesurface, . and
If possible, rolled with a lawn or field
roller. :. "Vhere;.graVei or "chips arQ AOt
available, clean, coarse sand-'Wihserve
as? coverlngf.; material;- It fiouldd be
spread - in Cttfaclent quantity to-' pre
vent the bituminous material from ad-
berlne to tires of passing - vehicles.
Attention Is called to the fact "that
this treatment should not be made
where drainage from the stables or
barns 'will flow over It. .Where mud-.
holes are likely to form around hitch
ing posts orat stable entrances, if a
more durable pavement is desired, a
section of concrete slab - should be
laid. ; -; i w -v-
JUIucS Iron In New Zealand.
Great .deposits pf. iron exist- In New;
Zealand, the iron sand at Taranaki
near .New Plyraouthr-being particularly
noted. Tliere attempts, werercmade-as
early , as 1848 to produce: plglron ln
commercial quantities,' but:, none met
with success . until -s recently, when, a
pjant: constructed, upon advanced Ideas
turned tout a few tons, of : excellent
qualltV. ; -"
; -. vook thi
Dinah; who wrat
rlred too lafr-one mm;,
breakfast, and her mi
that for each breakfast
would be- . reduction ..In herruweek'e
wages. . Dinah . passively-, assented ,ta
dar the mistress heard
door say to heri Pearf
to .meypu get to work. mighty late.
MI gets to work when I. gets ready,
was the reply.,s !How do youtnanase
"boutdeibreakf as' n "Oh J pajd
missus to cooic de breakias. "-Boston
Out of -tb-Quettlcn.
Daddy "Jeannette, If I allow young
Simpson to become-my. joa-Ln-Uw, d
you auppose be will be willing to work
and support - you V J eannette "Oa,
dadV ; how t candtiel when ? he jhas prom
ised to .do, nothing but think of me all
the timer Puck.
. . , InAlaskaii
The stand of timber on the two great
national fortsts' in JLlaska la estimated
by.Tthe . forest .service as more-thas
seventy ; billion -board f eet, while tha
annual grpwthwllU it Is said, prodxiea
pulp wood enough? orthe manufacturt
or 3,000 itonar-of . wood ;pulp a day.
Let :not your; mlstkies and faiw
stepflf :emoarras you.,r itotning is n
cclousness of one'ajnistakes. This U
one of the cardinal means , of self-edi
cation. Carlyle.' !
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. Keep-Carm. .
listen to 1 controversies, but do nat
Interfere in them. . The. Lord bewira
tKA' nf 'mtlAM.lI'aalJ.tA. I 14 La
In minutest expressions even. Pe
-aioa. is lout ;jof -.place 4ni any dlscussioa
a&d. in ortk . than evr In artrhf nnu .
.for,ti befogs and'befuddles It Gogol
Some Forrn of ,Work Imperatrva.
There-mustrbeworkdone by tha
arms or none of us vould live; i&d
twork cdone .by the. drains;- or the Ufa
would not be worth -having. Ruaxia.
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mz ?j&miss& &smy
I Tour Dartner has n
ROAD OUT OFr SOLID GRANITE
WHI Lead From. Estes Park to. Glen
Lake, Connactlng With Lincoln ;
' ' Highway.
In : the Rocky, mountains, Colorado,
a Wed .by the federal government. Is
building: eight miles of . road out . of
solid granlte,x The road, which will
lead from Estes Park In the Rockies
to Glen Lake connecting with the Lln
coln. . highway : and forming a part of
the - transcontinental . highway,' ".will
bring Switzerland to America. -The
road wilt cost, when completed,' more
than 125,000 a mile. : - r :
BIG ROAD: PROGRAM ''PUNHED
Alabama to Issue $25,000,000 In Bonds
t to Match Federal Appropriation
for Highways. .;r
.Plans to issue $25,000,000 In bonds
to, match a simllsx.fAderal.apprxipriAt
tlon for building roads . in Alabama
were set on foot at a meeting of the
Alabama 'Highway Improvement asso
ciation. ; The. project, includes ajthree
mlll levy by .counties for maintenance.
A? constitutional . amendment : to au
thorize this: projects will be aVksdof
the -aext" lest?lature. i-' : '-
business and you look to him for advies anrl
cotirel on imTOrtant atterar are tfrBifK
titled to all the help he can gweyoitt:5? ; t5?
nattCT? Do you get the most from the special
ized .knowledge "which, we have .regarding
printing and paper, arjd above all the service
whidi a combination pf the twa can render
Our job department has every modern equip
mentfor doing work on rush orders. . For
letterhr, Hq, - ffT1fi nii Irmdn nf fnrrm '
2. - Country's Urgent Necessity, - ;
The most, urgent necessity of our
country: In, the Immediate, future Is
J t good roads, permanent roads that , can
;be used 12 months in each year.
4' . Bond Issues Voted.
. Bond-Issues lairfirrftirntin mwtf n-
; lions jof .dcllkfs -f ornew;hlgfway coa'
kfuwoTB oeen yoxea DyTnoie than
a score of states this year.
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J. ! ' ' r Ml 1 ' T - r ' -s
t P;Sar for Next Ym :
were present . Charles Da-
t if voti use yiyy-y-'!: '
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'1 "l Atbitd.Gi tTncoxvOa.
;Kcr;ir:thatime to gtt ready fa f
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:iH fc? . Pleased With iQlnrS?rvic3