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It ta ehrcvtf common cense to feed a fcioneo 6 YJjS
rWlnr, everv tdrt of Hia boIy. Ansljsia cf .ftnna O-T.olene Feed
it coatair.3 Ea"propcr propoiuon -
hair end hide mak-nr, e.o weii &au large percentage
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V mV cl irocn tree extract, i, ,0
" "v end energy. Thero igno 15 to 10 per- .
VPiSS cent wasto as in
' y : fee&ntjthe whole
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Hearon Lumber Co., Saluda, N. C .
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ORHEi AND NOTICE
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Visions iff Aap ojjs oi . tne;. -jtuuww-
Locul I$ws of 1919, a petition has
been pttfented to the Board of Coun
ty Corot&ssioners of Polk "County,
signed k twenty-five per cent of the
ROAD BUILDING IS BOOMING qualified voters of the county, for
- order or, an eiecuon vo ascprwun
8teady Increase In Federal Aid Bu.u will of voters as to wneuier. wuua
nesa In All Sections Expend!-. of the (fjunty shall be issued and soia
tures $300,000,00a for the jurpose of building and equip-
inf a Ctimtv Home for the acred and
Since early In 1919 tnere naj neen by tne i.-oara oi uounvy vauuuiM-
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a steady increase eacn momu in me i ionera ok roue ouniy,inat aa eicc-
federal aid business in the bureau of tion be Sejd in said" county. . at the
public roads of the United States de- yariouj ectionj precincts on Tuesday,
partment of agriculture. States in aU the 2othkaF of April, 1920, under the
sections of tne country are nung ineir Mme. reflations, and in
projects ana receiving aiiuimcuw. j. u- m'r. afl 0rumn far
road-building era is in full swing, and ww Tr iT Zui
it woid ppm that th pnd la not vet membertiof the General Assembly, at
All indications point to greater rec which tie the question of issuing
ords in the months immediately -to and selli bonds in the amount of
come. $15,000 If r the purpose stated above
Based" on complete reports from 44 and the livy of a tax sufficent. to pay
of the states cash expenditures on the the inter! , on said bonds and create
rural roads and fridges oi tne united
States for the calendar year 1918
amounted to $286,09,193. To this
should be added the value of statute
and convict labor, which cannot be
k h0w, on,nmM n nr which k&lion those favoring the js-
less than $14,000,000, thus making the sence aiJ.gale of said bonds shall
grand total expenditures for the year cast balio$i ibn which shall be printed
$300,000,000. This total is made-up of or writteC words "For County Home
the actual expenditures for such items Bonds" ad those opposed .shall, cast
as labor, materials, supervision and ballots onhich shall be printed or
administration . , aircciiy connected written tE4 words "Against County
wuu me construcuou, impro veuieui Home Bo , Tbat this order shall
IZFL ST be notScrSf-aid election and shall be
rated towns and cities, and does not Pted ino mnre places in each
Include any Item for sinking-fund pay- election pxnct of the county and
ments or redemption and interest on published i the Polk " County News
road and bridge bonds. for three Jjjonths next immediately
The year 1918 offered an t unprece- preceding 'pfi tim Iftxed ' for ; said
dented condition in practically aU election.' ,
lines of highway work. There was It is flitter ordered that the follow,
aot only a tremendous increase and in nam- are herebv appoint-
truck traffic on public roads and an to ct poll hoWers in tte
unprecedented shortage in regard to P-
road materials, labor and ready funis, ""nbns. WB. Arledgeregistrar,, J.
but also a decided Increase in main- W. IJewnn' and J: F: Ormand,
tenance work, which was, however, judges, Tr : J. G. Monroe, reg-
partlally offset by a decrease In the istrar, JkC Fisher and W. F. Swann,
enport, Chairman George
yyi G. L.. Thompson, commissioners.
a sinkingjfund for their retirement
shall be fkubmitted t the voters . cf
the count f Qualified to vote at" the
nrecedinsl eeneral Election for- mem
bers of tle i General Assembly, at
GEORGE A. PAINTER,
G. L. THOMPSON,
auwu ui nyuu, less iorty fpp
back, listed in the name of A 5L-J?
gale for the year 1918; one lot S
Town of Saluda., less oa Jlfcine
Chairman. tack, listed iri the name B L m n
ior uie year isio: one lot. iti m
of Saluda, less one foot on the ha ?
listed in the name of Mrs c. p f
lerDe for tn year 1918; one
NOTICE DELINQUENT TAX
Notice is hereby jriven to the parr
ties 'named below, and to , all other
persons who may be concerned as
mortgagees, that the undersigned
purchased at a sale of propertyof de
linquent tax payers, in Columbus,
Polk County, N. C, on the Eth day of
May, , 1919, land listed and described
10 acres of Land in Greens Creek
Township, listecMn the name of San
ford Liles, for the' year 1918. -
-Notice is hereby given that 'appli
cation will be made to the sheriff
of Polk County, N. C; by the under
signed for deeds of said property af
ter the 5th' day of May, .1920.- This
Pec. 12th, 1919.'
h BEN LILES, Purchaser.
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MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF LAND
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in the Town of Saluda, les3 on" tS
on the back, listed in the name of p
lu, iviovrc; ior me year 1918- r
amount of new construction.
R. M. Halk
C. L. Pace, registrar.
id J. C. Metcalf, judges,
ill, D. H. Thompson,
One Shown 1n Illustration I. Adapted Jackson, judges, Big Level: H.
PLANS FOR GOOD ROAD DRAG Jackson's
for Localities Where Lumber It
Town Talk is Flour $1.80 for 24 lbs.
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. Saluda, IN. C
Ledbetter, i jgistrar, J. C. Powell and
Jerry Jacks&i, judges, Pea Ridge: J.
E. Carswel registrar O. W. Ponder
and N. - D. tiMoore, judges. Green's
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Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned by virture of the powers
contained in a mortgage executed
to him on the 24th dav of November,
1916, by Grant Walker and wife, Tina
Walker will sell at public auction for
cash' at the Court house door- in Co
lumbus, Polk. County, North CaroUna,
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9th. 1920,
Between the hours yof 12 o'clock M.
and 2 o'clock P. M., the following de
scribed real estate:
Beginning in Eliza Jackson's line
on a small white oak; thence in a
straight line to a black, oak; thence
a straight line to a white oak; thence
a straight line to a white oak thence
a straight line to a dead locust full of
grape vines, in a conditional line be
tween Z. V. Thompson's and D. H.
Thompson's; thence with said line to
Z V. Thompson's stone corner; thence
south 20 W. 18 poles to a stake in a
path, in or near EdwardV line; thence
south 58 ft E. 74 poles to a fo. at
the road in the Eliza Jackson line;
thence with s&fd line to the begin
ning, containing 40 acres, more or
... The above - sale wilL be made for
cash, to satisfy the mortgage men
tioned above, there, having been a
forfeiture of same.
THOMAS THOMPSON and WIFE,
NOTICE TO DELIQUENT TAX
land in White Oak Township Za
the name of W. M. Sentell estat!
the year 1918; seventy-two acres 2
land listed in the name of A. B Grw
forty-nine acres in Coopers gT
Townshiplisted in the name of GraS
Walker for the year 1918. Notil
futher given that application will u
made to the sheriff of Polk County K
the undersigned for deeds of said nrZ
perty after the 4th day of May l (?
L. L. TALLAN r 4L
Jan. 23, 20. Purchaser
Creek: G. C Feagan, registrar, J. -T.
(Prepared, by the - United SUtes Depart,
ment of Agriculture.)
The design for a road drag shown
In the illustration is adapted for.lo; Greenway aid Walt Feagan, judges.
l17t S&X?Z'lt Done by thoard of County commis.
runners are made of 2 or 2-inch sln,CrS 5?Unty D 6th day
boards. 10 Inches wide and from 6 to OI January, at a- meeung aa
8 feet long, re-enforced with other 2- journed froni the 5th day of said
inch boards of the same length, but month and $)ar, at which meeting
only B inches in width. If more con-" there we
venlent, however, 4-inch, runners with
out re-enforcing boards may be read
ily substituted for those shown. The
method of framing the runners togeth
er Is a modification of that, used
present Charles Da-
MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF LAND
Notice is hereby given that the un-
uersigneu uy virvuo oi me povrera
contained in a mortgage executed
to him xn the 25th day of Januarv
1918, by Miles Holbert and wife Nt
cy Holbert will sell at public auction
for cash at the court house door h
Columbus. Polk County, North Car,
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 2nd, 1920
between the hours of 12 o'clock M
and 2 o'lock P. M., the following reti
estate, .to wit: A tract of land in
Polk County adjoininp' the lands of J.
P. Horn, J. M. Williams- and other'
beginning on a post oak at J. p!
Horn's corner In said Williams' line
thence with Horn's line south 78 novl
to a red oak; thence north 2 1-2 east
88 poles to a stone, thence north 2 1-2
east 78 1-2 poles to stone in said Wil
liams line; thence with said Williams'
una west 92 1-2 poles to the begin,
rung, containing 44 acres, more or
-The above sale will be made for
cash to: satisfy the mortgage men.
turned above, tthere. having been a
forfeiture ox same. . : Deed in fee will
be executed to purchaser.
This January 1st, 1920.
L. F. STE ADMAN,
WANTED TO SELL The timber
from 300 or more acres of virgin for
est, for immediate removal. Usual
varieties, mostly oak, pine, chestnut,
birch, hickory, walnut, etc 8 miles
northeast of Saluda, in what is known
as Green River cove.
E. J. BRADLEY & SONS.
. ' . - Saluda. N. C.
; Notice is hereby given to the parties
nanied below and all persons that may
be concerned as mortgagees, that the
undersigned i purchased at a sale of
property of deliquent tax . payers, in
Columbus, Polk County on the 4th day
of May, 1919, land listed and describ
ed as follows:
Eighteen acres of land in Columbus Y
Township, listed in the name of L. F.
Grant for the year 1918; one lot in the
West Point Examinations.
Candidates for West Point r.re ex
amined in algebra, including quadratic
equations, progressions and plane
geometry; Engllsb grammar, conpcsl
tion and literature; descriptive snd
physicalgeography, and general ana
United State's history. No rejected
candidate s'h 11 be re-examined, except
upon recommendation of the academic
h ARE REAL DAYS
The time for saving and getting ahead in the game
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With a Bank Account starred and steadily growing
you will experience a pleasure'of accomplishment in
saving that comes from naught else.
The best way is to come in and start an account to
day. Don't delay on account of the amount you
have for the start. 1 . ;
PAN m Of -;S ALU OA-
Capital $1 0,000.00 ' .
: ..Saluda, N. G.
OHN B.CANNON, Pres.; PRESTON H. BAILfY, Cash.
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: usiaess Partimer
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' fo?"sel 0n important matters. You are en
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which a combination f the two can render?
Our job departmenthas every modern equip
ment for doing work on rush orders. For "
letterheads, bulheads. and ail kinfc nfjnrmQ,
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Detail Drawina 5howina TvDical Con
struction of "Road Drag Built of
In connectton with the split-log. type
of drag. In this case only two of the
cross braces have their ends fitted into
auger holes like rungs.
Tn fastening the draw-chain to a
sawed-lumber drag, it is usually advis
able to run both ends of the chain
through holes in the front runner or
else make the connections by means
01 eye or hook bolts, as shown. The
reason for this is that the sawed cross
braces are seldom suffioientiv strnno-
to withstand the pull of the chain
when it is looped over them, as Is fre
quently done when rouncL timber cross
pieces are used. If -straight-grained
pieces are used for the crossmeces.
however, there is no apparent reason
why one end of the chain might not be
connected hy looping it around the 2
Inch square crcsspiece near the cut
ting, end. .
i maintain three very extensive chemical laboratories
in which all materials ore thoroughly tested. Noharm
ful materials Wever enter into Royster goods: Our
homeland foreign markets are pickjed oyer for the
nrials; then I formulate them in just
the proportion. which my life-time experience has found
to be best for each crop for which the fertilizer is in
tended. .The results of aU this care is, naturally, a
complete mixture which is really, the "last word" IS
fertilizer. So, you see J am justified in feeling proud of
the Royster Products, which come firom our fifteen up
Highway Travel Increaslna.
Highways travel by means of the
passenger automobile increased great- j
ly during the past summer, fully fifty
per cent. .:: ."'"v
v Must Have Good. Roads.
It costs money to bulid a eood ronrt
but we have got to have them, as the
experience of the past and the coming I
Hmier wm aemonstrate.
?iard on Weed Crop.
Tall disking is hard-on tho frcsd
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