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an spent Friday
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made a bualess
ards, of La Mesa,
er niece, Mrs. W.
spent from Satur
; with relatives rn
ds was looking TSf
;rs in Spartanburg
left Sunday, for
for a short stay.
Till visit Greensboro
rlner's meet, which
fee and children, of
spent Saturday and
guests of his pa
s. R. T. McFee.
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fc la 1 jsildine and faniily
burg i attending the
i exercises of The
."heir eldest daughter,
iember of the graduat
t school this year.
nd directors bf the
building and . loan
E. E. Missildine,
tie, Sec; F. P. 'Bacon,
P. G Morris, J. A.
'Andrews, T. A. Rippy,
Dr. Earle Grady, Wal-
Missildine and W. F.
a Army , drive in Polk
3 a close on the 20th
ash collected. Polk
I was $325.00 and was
X in, .Western . North
1 its quota. All the
dated in Tryon1 except
lumbus and $3.00 from
Ir. Bacon, Tryon tpwn-
Miss BjeD, -tf eastfre;
Bland and county chair
1 effective work for this
ing invitations have
n ot Tryon Is"" ihr"tKe"
ass: r !vf
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of Directors and Staff
I of the " . ri
Hospital and Training
ol for Nurses
: honor of your presence
at the ' i -j
t evening, June third
2n hundred twenty
tery Park Hotel
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rth Carolina, County of
the Superior Court. '
Moore Smith, Plaintiff,' vs.
i and wife, Miranda Moore,
loore, Beatrice Moore and
wight Mclntyre, Defen-
ndants, John P. Moore,
Moore, and Moses. p wight
. take notice: '
he day of April, 1920,
in the above entitled ac
ssued against the" said de
id . others, by the Clefk- pf
or Court for Polk Qount,
Jlina, for the purpose of
le certain Jeds to the said
I JonA -P. Moore",' Beatrice
P -"OSes "D wight Mclntyre,
S0 AI00re an-(l ie, Miranda
V Pn. tile gfUnd that, said deeds
w.;uiea WWgh fraud, duress,
Muuence, and for the further4
uf compellihg the said Joe
C? wif e Miranda Moore to
vMv". ,auuT J.o uxe saw :iiainr:
;rr lands are described as
iftart of latent No. pn
iS ftfeMil,i. "Cwk' Polk
ad to i the same land con
11 M,?Srfie K deed dated
k7 fSiV-and recorded in
ilstLv ,PAe ?g !? tie . office" f
Ae wr 5 .County, , :-
Uke fcticenhat thlvlf
t MfWr at the next term of
icCTX Ao?,Polk County
f after S'SlS-ff WW'Mto:
f. 1920. M?oda7 ln Septem.
1 , a wnre the de-
-. - Or jrhi i- - '-.Ti
JCh win k i t. . w lut5 complaint
of nllelln the office of the
reuS ,f SaId County
ine 12i day of May, 1920.
J. P. ARLEDflTC
m i . .
pftwi... v'erK superior court
it jn - "
- ReparT of Uhe dotidUf
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THE POIK COUIfTI BANK AND
- . TRUST CO.
- , ColuiabugN. C.
At close pf. business May 4, 1920
' ' .' .. . ; RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts ...C$ 60 749.22
Demand Loans 2 0850 00
Overdrafts unsecured 98 5?
United States Bonds aid
iJiDeny Bonds j -i
Banking House Furniture
and Fixtures. ;
All other ReaEstaTeovm
- ed.; J-J-
Cash in vatrit and "net
amounts due from Bamks,
Bankers and Trust Com
panies Cash Items held over24
Cheeky for .clearing -.vl '' ; 27.00
' 'Total liirl:i.l i.-$89,858.83
;. ' . '- ' f; LIABILITIES- ;.
Capital i Stock vpaid tinL-jI JJ: 13,000.0
Undivided Profits, less cur-
. rent expenses and taxes . . ,
IaidTi-- -------Li v 2,20825
Bills Payable 10,000.00
Deposits subject to check. 46,6$1.77
Time Certificates of De- -
posit 1 17,584.81
Cashier's Checks outstand
Total .1 --489,58.83
State of North Carolina-Uconnty of
-. Polk May 4, 1920. v :
I, Fred W. Blanton, Cashier bf the
above, named Bank, do '.solemnly
swearHhat the above statement is true
to the best f taf knowledge aiid be-i
Met . .
FRED W. BLANTON; Cashier.
Correct Attest: "
,j i , : : j.Rv.sAMs; -
. E. W. S. COBB,
. : - . FRED ' W BliANTON.
Subscribed and sworn, to before me,
this 18th' aay1 of May 1920: v .
J. P. ARLEDGE.
. 0 - . Clerk fS,uperior;Court.J
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CONTROL SHEEP-KILLING DOG
Secretary of Agriculture Asks Twenty
; Governor to Urge Laws Pro- ;
' ' tectlrig Sheep, r..--' :;;'-
(Prepared by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
a tTie -.enactment of s more .adequate
-V1-- ? sheep-kUling
Gogs Is urged by Secretary Houston in
a-lf tter iustehf to the1' governor, of
2 :, states;, tTe secretary points ;putv
lying increase In the number of sheep
in the United States in the oast ve
there is room for further expansion of
the industry, jFarmerp, he eays, iare
discouraged in .many instances f rom
keeping sheep on account bf 1 the dan
ger of damage by .dogs! The letters
were sent to the governors of Arkan
sas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indi
ana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mary
land. Minnesota Mississippi, Missouri,
New Hampshire;? North CarolineSOklif
noma, South Carolina,: Tennessee, Vlr
gtaTa, West Virginia and Wisconsin,'
where State legislatures are now In
session. Following is the letter : ' $
tVI4?nderstn tnat wany states fiw
havejinder consideration ithe matteof
legislation to encourage the larger de
velopment of the sheep Industry by re
moving, or .contrqlling the dog menace,
purlng the'past year, g you perhaps
know5, there has been a' gratifying In
crease in the 'number: of sheep in the
JJnited States;.: -There lis Undoubtedly
room in manyectipns of the,country
for .further expansion along this line,"
especially intne settled farming'areUs;
The field representatives of this "de
partment,': however; generally report
that farmers are discouraged in many
instances from. keeDine sheen on as
count of -the da tiger of- damage f by
$ It is mn teasytmaHer te: overfeed
. earthis in mind Unless the 4
A.wTvia arc on range.
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Hens that .are laying are npt lltelj
to accumulate fat; It 6 when tiiey art
identiai "rly; row? bungalow, be i
to4f- ceil .wim
ch, n I nice j-oomsscreen4
vering shear' Dasement, T plenty
nty flowPb8' nIce lawn, with
"aottntainf xtra lot fine views
or ftiH p3t Teveral- frui trees.
' Janies Uo3!ilfnlarB rie or phone
Giv the fowls good dust and plentj
of it This is how they keep them
selves xree of vermin and vr ell.
Hens of light breeds may be profit
ably kept for three reasons; those oi
the heavy breeds for two seasons. '
Good layers are bred up and not fed
np. All the feeding in the world can
not induce a naturally nonproductive
ben to change her nature." ' " ' K
A trap nest is the one accurate way
to tell whether yoti are' keeping a pay
ing flock, ; but ,tk .poultrynaan .who
keeps it must look after the nest lit
proper- way. .'. " . l - ; :
If yon have jnade a failure of every
thing else, : don't think the chicken
business will prove to be a life safer.
It requires not only brains,' but an
overplus of energy 11 tm .
' Chicken never Wh am nnv ntlia.
birds do but cleanse .thetnseTves f in
sects pi wallowln g in soil. For this
reason every potmryliouse should be
liruviuvu wiui nasi dqju
Five, "eggs but of every 100
spoiled by being fertile. Producing In
fertile egs does not require anything
butvthe -removal of rihe rdoster from
the ljoek after the tieedVfor batcbiajt
ss is past - y. .t;r-
. Uilk is no sutorti tutc for meat; fttr tt
is joot flffldently concentrated. . It to
lmpossiDie for xowis ta arinc esougn
of;lt tty,tnke the ptoce of meat When
feo1wu2i ' aim&l5od, csSk ' performs
excellent service. '
?The : oji'imodLssiejLilieT
ily one for rconsideraCpn arid actlonby
. j Infertile-- egs v snr rrmo, trommon
among - poor' layers ltnan good ones.
Experiments at the Maine experiment
station, proved 'it nearly impossible to
were the poorest layers--
Sheep Qraxino on National forest
the i various states. I am, therefore,
taking the liberty to brlnff the matter
to your 'attentfen, with "the' hope timt
yon will look into the situation and
make such 'recommendations as , may
eeepi wise to ithe legislature of the
state. " May I not, In this 'cbrihection,'
call your Attention to , the . carefully
drewn .arid apparently vtell-enforeed
lavas' of severs states,' Adtably : titos
Of New' Yerk and Pennsylviuil wUfh
are set fortb 1 the tmnetin (PairirsJ
Ihilletixr )l&closed htrew!tb.n ,
THE BANK OF SALUDA
Saluda, Jf. C.
Atcjose of. business, May 4, 1920
V PSOURCES '
l4)atfand Wsttounts-d--$ 56,344.06
Overorarts unsecured 622 17
United States Bonds and
w LibertyBonds i 9,100.00
Banking House, Furniture
.and Fixtures. 6,200.00
All other Real Estate own- '
uasn in vault and t r.nf
amounts due frtfrh RanVo
. Bankers and , Trust Com
panies ' I
Check for clearing ---II-
' KToJal; ra---: rr-$82,689.43
. j: . ; LIABILITIES ;,.
Capital Stock paid' in' $ 1 10,000.00
Undivided Profits, less cur
. rent expenses and taxes ' '
Bills, Payable 10,000.00
Deposits' "subject to check- -26,136.48
Time Certificates of De- v
. posit; J 19,348.58
Savings Iteposits -Ji 15,700.45
Cashier's Xhecks outstand
ing v nA1
Total .. : $82,689.43
SUteg;- Norths Carolina-Countp of
ihrJfff. Bafley, Cashier of - the
above? , named J Bank, fflo solemnly
swear jthat thtf :ibove:,'statfemefjt is
true to the best 6t my knowledge and
belief. , t u ' .
. ; ;H:.P- BAILEY, Cashier.
-s Correct -Attest' F . i
HENRX P. CORWITH,
J. M. DEAVER,
H. D. TURNER. " ' ----
. .. . J Directors.
Subscribed and -sworn to before me,
this 15th day of May, 1920.
: r ' r R. H. STATON,
. . ' Notary Public
; My commission expires ' July 21st,
1921. - - , -
ADM?as5JlATQRa jitec;' X
Havihg qualified .as' administrator
of the. estate of Henry Holbert, de
ceased this is to ;notify all who '? owe
the said HenryHolbert ; to make im
mediate' settlement : and all persons
-jwrfnyUlgjty, Magaihst . :
Holbert itanst .present same to 4 me
within .12 months from .this .date or
they will ber debarred f ronr collecting
This 4th day of May 1920.
Beginning July 1st thY price of milk
win be zoc per cuart: Lynn Dairy.
NorflKCarina, ) Polk ; Co&oijJji
Superior Court. - r ;
Ski; Tnompson vs Jesse F. Pace
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER E2LECU-
By virtuejof an execution directed
to the. undersigned from the Superior
Court of Polk County, in the above
entitled action, I will, on Monday, the
seventh day 'of June, 1920 at twelve
o'clock M., at the Cburt House doJ?
highest bidder for cash to satisfy said
execution, all the right, title anYin
terest which the said Jesse F. Pace,
the defendant, has In the following
real estate, to-wit : . s
Beginning at a rock and pointers a
ner.of !ot No- A and Tuns S.2 W.
173 poles to a rock and pointers
thenceji S. 78 E.' 37 poies.towte
oak, thence ; S. 85 E. 56 poles to a
rotik and pointers thence 'N: 2 E 177
poles to a rock and noint
N, 86 y. 91 pole, to 5e
ui6 uue tmneemn m .value less
f '1 Property,
uay pi May, lyzQ. ,
Sheriff of Polk County,
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r Shaketars Stance 'Ato'Wr"1
AdmittIng5tothe fullest ti-i t-W
me4t of posterity,; seems 'ikelji
tha a copyfof thewcrk of sij i cotU
temporary djramatist wm ever fc: 11 for: ?
523,000. Subha thfngjhappcU re
cently in'thi case of fottr al4ear
folios;, but Shakespeare rwas f tSake
speare, :even when, his contemporaries -took
him as a matter of cinie. and '
since then the judgment oftfcne has
made; hinf A'standaM. by which the etn
be reasonably estimated,
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L The sngy man joves to give advice;
x costs notmng.
afe- anadl P
Tg1 bankjissues (rtificates of Deposit
bearing 4 jpei cent for any time desired.
Interest begins day of deposit This
f or j&fe funds; Many Polk County folks
are making their money york;for th.ejn
" thni this medium Issued in any sums
from $50.00 upward. - V .
v ' lhe bank with a conscience."
WALTER JONES, V. P.
W.F.UTTLE,Clu V. A. BlJ-ND, Ati. ChJ
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.2." , vTrsonal tnmt,
! Oestroyett ffui IderV'iBWsi -j . r
Nobody ever will know how much
the great palace of . Versailles cost
France under the reign of Its builder,
Louis XIV 'Louis became badly scared,
riTIo Vk -a Tko
had heard 41 good debt, about ie dis. 2
terbers who were wlppering tij even
akinghad no richtto SDend sc 'muchlf
money for a palace tc iiouse his! fiends .
when the nation ;6vf which-br ruled
was starving. So Lqj&is did g7h!many
a purchaser of expensive- hats has
d0nesihce-r-tore up the bills and burn
ed them before, anybody could ' look
them over. i !l I . f
Dusinea Is Duslnesc
5uestVmust"teke' tie nextTlrj-In?
It means money to me I How .soon
does it gor , Clerk (country inn)
Td lose my job if I told you ! It
means money to us to keep yon here!"
USE FEED TnOUQttS FOn F10S
ChouW Be Centrucie ihcvLiScb
v Little Porker Will Idetv
Prepard thett BuW HpiBt
iolntrbf AtTjefl!tUTiL) V rf.
Tonng pigs snouia-'oe -Siycn. .-ir.
fmaA in ni4i ; maBfi l-tt4tell iOr
AtotAnal mfff trotm its Share. Tt S-DO-
idlest-way to-acompUsh Jtbs4a
iQr te pigs w-aS Isom iFu,t5ri
construct ea ieea irqugn, one jai jw
keep the' pigs out of the feed and VrtlT
. - . . . k mm
lessen the possibiaty ; 01 crowaing.
SYSTEM ' Of fSHEK FARMING
iTofi BeliicceesVul Woof orMuttoh
,f Cannon Be . Igriercd-Tyro Vrjfucts
l:i": fl - PfontalrLi v II, :
(Pfepar by tb: Ubjl?- States Be:
, r .Anient 01 Aeticulture.) r :
. A system of sheep fanning that is
to be continuously successful can not
lgnfirfe eitter wootbr iittd4ln piajayJ
cases: the two proauctsvnu do worxny
'of : equal consideration.- v In . cers.
ing to the peculiarities of fccndltioss,
. : 1
is your Opportunity to
J II place your order for delivery of a
I Buick Valve-in-Head motor car-to
: morrow n;yeek,br longer delay
iKy cause 3o waiting tto
. or ninety days in ceciuing delivery;
j j Biddrdemands are
; edch dciy i piirciiacinfT h
cav-ceci as a protccurin rarature2-cr
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. -4-i;r j vur.cvcflf ... m vital ana zmpor- -ist
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