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State of North Carolina, County : of
Polk--In - the . Superior Court. f
Sallie Kate," Moore Smith, Plaintiff ; vs.
Joe Moore and wife, Miranda Moore,
- John P. Moore, Beatrice Moore and
Moses D wight Mclntyre,' Defen
dants.", v ; . ;
.NOTICE - .
To the' defendants, John - P.: Moore,
Beatrice Moore and .Moses Dwight
Mclntyre, take notice: " . -
That on the day of' April, 1920,
a summons in the above - entitled ac
tion was Issued against the "said de
fendants and others, by the Clerk of
the Superior Court for Polk County,
North Carolina, for the purpose of
setting aside certain deeds to the said
defendants, John P. Moore,, Beatrice
Moore and Moses Dwight -Mclntyre,
from Joe Moore and wife, Miranda
Moore, on the grund that said deeds
were executed through fraud, -duress,
undue influence, and for the further
purpose of compelling-the said Joe
Moore and' wife, Miranda Moore to
convey said lands to the said plain
tiff, which lands" are described as
being a part of Patent No. 1013 on
the waters of Mill Creek in Polk
County and being the same land con
veyed to . Joe Moore by deed dated
February 5th, 1906 and recorded in
Book 26, page 468 in the office ? of
Register of Deeds of Polk County.
' The above named defendants will
further take jiotice that they are re
quired to appear at the next term of
the Superior- Court of Polk County,
which will be held on the second Mon
day after the first Monday in Septem
ber, 1920, when and where the de
fendants are required to appear and
answer or demur - to tne complaint
which will be filed in the office of the
Clerk of the Court of said County,
or the relief demanded will be granted.-
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This the 12th day of May, 1920.
J. P. ARLEDQE,
- .-Clerk Superior Court
Lee & Ford, Attorneys.
Asheville, N. C.
NOTICE OF BOND SALE
V ..A H Social Etiquette S . -
Mrs. Fashfonplate'Tooir, dear Mrs.
tJpperton is to be buried today Are
you going to the funeral?' -Mrs. Etta
Quet "I really can't you know. I
have Just discovered she- owed me a.
call." Los Angeles Times.
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Mee r "Didn't I always give I yon
my sa.'iry check the first of. every
month ?;' Mrs. Meeker "Yes ; but you"
never told me that you got paid on
the first-and fifteenth, von snbezzWi
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family next door was
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Whereas, at an election held in Sa
luda School .District, No. 17, on the-
ium uay.oi jeorirary, 1920, . under
the provisions of Chapter 55 . of the
Public Laws of North Carolina, Sess
ion 1915, and the acts amendatory
thereof, a majority of the qualified
voters registered in said district vot
ed in favor of -an issue of $20,000 of
bonds for . the purpose . of building a
new school building and for repair
ing and furnishing the same with
suitable equipment, said bond to run
for twenty (20) years and to bear 4n
terest at a rate not to exceed six (6)
per centum per annum, interest pay
able semi-annually. . .
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVTCV that
the -undersigned Board of Education
ior polk County will receive; sealed
bids for said bonds at their office in
Polk County, North Carolina, at Col
umbus, N. C. at two o'clock, n m
on the 22nd day of May, 1920, ; the
- purcnaser to pay the expense of print
ing bonds and f urnishiner leeal onin
ion, and each bid to be accompanied
: by a certified check in the sum of five
hundred -dollars, and said bids-to be
, directed and marked to "Board 'of .
Education, Columbus, N. C, $20,000
Saluda School House Bonds.". - The
right is reserved to reject any and all
bids. . - . .-,.
- This 19th day of - April," 1920. ..
.Board of Education of Polk County
" By E. McQueen Salley, Chm.
. E. W. S. Cobb, Clerk.
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- Childhood's HumorlstsT-
Our memory goes buck o the time
when our idea of the foremost, Ameri
can humorist, was a bigcrer bo v "named
-Eddie O'T.oole, who skillfully eluding
the teacher's eye, took a black lead
pencil and changed the nameof "The
; Fairy Revel," a pretty little song In
the fourth-grade singing, book:' to "The
Hairy Devel,", so neatly that you'd alJ
most have thought it was printed that
way originally. Columbus (Ohio)
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