The Cherokee Scout
TV. Official Organ of Murphy and
Cherokee County, North Carolina
"PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
C. W. BAILEY Editor-Manager
MRS. C. W. BAILEY. Aseociato Ed
W. S1PE Aaeociata Ed.
Entered in the postoffice at Murphy,
North Carolina, as second class mail
Blatter under act of Mar. 3, 1879.
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of good faith.
The family tree grow? the most:
There i- n?. saturation point in
A statesman .? a politican awav,
Farm relief will C'me .1- ?=oon as
the farms reieaf.
The tv. ;ut: : v. "nan kind is
from the Iv!l t the c liar.
Every t wn has some fell w where
equal to a whole quorum.
People who can't real are not
jnuch worse off than those who don't
The door that is hardest to keep
the wolf from is the one to the
A California man fainted when
he saw a $100 bill. Put the bill was
The four corners of the earth are
those on rubber, toffee, aluminum
and gTain market.
Music is the universal angu&ge
which probably a. counts for the
rattles and squeaks of the flivver
"Wonder what the man who
names Pullman cars calls his chi!-'
dren?"?Columbia Record. Probably
just plain diner-.
General Pershing traveled all the
way irom onam Amenva 10 n?\e
his teeth fixed, which is setting a
worthy example for everybody.
Any merchant who does a credit
business will tell you that along toward
the last is when the debtors
put the most stall in instalments.
Correcting An Error
In Last week's issue of The Scout,
there appeared an error in the advertiament
of Candler's PepartmenT
Store. The item of boys $2.50 an .
S3.50 wool sweaters should hav*
been $1.08 instead of 19 cents. The
Scout assumes full responsibility
for this error, and correction is
Mr. and Mrs. ?"arl Dockery and!
Mrs. Neal Millsaps motored to Andrews
A son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dockery
got badly hurt Sunday with a
7? dynamite cap.
.vir. r-a nowen nro .Mr. mister
Gibson have returned from Gastonia.
Mrs. D. E. Freeman has returned
from a visit to her son in Tennessee.
Miss Ada Millsaps. wha has been
visiting her sister in Maryville, Tenn.
Misses Carrie and Mattie Dock#ry
were Grape Creek visitors Saturday
Mrs. Poley Wilcox has a bad case
of the mumps.
Mrs. Allen Davis and children arc
the sick list.
Bargain Pure Bn
Three Years Ago
* ^-rf&jafdk* 433
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Ai'LRt-HKKD Hire is the Prat st?
I.arr'.we Institute of Animal i:<
advunTirge ? prevaiSfng luw prices
herds for greater production. A p'
p.. sold fr.r an average of $433 a
f n y?*ar and another farmer
one agricultural college survey It w
Income on farms heading their he
jeur. farms 'wing grade bulls retur
J4*9 Put even as he breeds up bet
profit from the oow? nn hand If hi
feedlrn;. The average cow under o
pr?fltuMy because her grain ration
?he 1- underfed or over?.ruffed with
There are "poor" pure bred" a
guarantees pure I lood. Dot result!
ration and good management to st
actual test ore what need to be wi
Chicken Prices in
WltK.T TBCHO CP PI
3 ? |
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' to* LAW
ASTKAIULY expanding market i
In an average 1025 farm price i
'.021. according to the 1025 market i
i Econotnics. Prices for fowls on the
I highest In late January when extra
| then they have ranged between 35
when the usual heavy receipts of
[ Price* then dropped to 21*3 cents
1 colder holiday season came on.
Increased demand for poultry
I some measure to a lesser cor.sum
poultry epidemic In that year. Stoi
a? r: pl.'.Iy during the past year as
f continued good prices during I
I taken from storage.
'"oji.j arntlvely lower feed cosi
1 n rc?.'i! years the highest in tliii
I "ndnsfrisil eondltl* ns In general poi
I " ducts for another two years at Ic
Cows Heart Pun
MORE than 21,000 gallons of blc
and 14 feet high?are puro
Id twenty-four hours, according to tl
Twenty to forty seconds are re<in
circuit of the main circulatory syst
The railroad engine deriving
furnace, transforms the fuel Into n
only derives all her power from th#
farther, turns these materials Into
A cow does not perform miracles,
abundantly unless she herself Is fed
hay and silage. This Is the only st
scientists to keep the milk pall filler
THE CHEROKEE SCO 11
oost Dairying Profits |
? ^istofOR *-293
y. - H? -'WW \\/.r.
" ' ? ft >:. !t"
? ? '--"I I 111?
juuoot r^?TnvTl or wm. icox s?p
to profitable dairy :ng. according to the
rocomlcs. which is urging farmers to t ke
of good breeding s'ock to organize t:
are bred bull and cow which three y? -t
auction may now be obtained for y
IfTerence between a farmer's labor lncc-?'a
Income that Is twice that amount. In
as found that whereas the average It" -
ttJ? with ptire-bred hull* was JS37 In a
ned a lsb<-T Income for the year of only
ter cow?, the farmer can realize a greater
e will hut give more attention to proper
rdSrary farm condition* 1? not prodti' >
i lacks milk-making ein-nta or been :? i
poorly balanced fo?i
s well ? "good." "Pedigree" alone - r y
?. It takes a food cow. a food d -y
icceed Records of perfomu-.nce and tie
itched In the?e day? of business farm it
ghest in Four Years
<ltl CF *CNS IT fcCV TOP*
UW JOL iUS HS-QCT MOV Dtc RgClhAifi ?'
?cwg I VSTiTUTE or A.-.1MAI ECONOMICS *
[or tuble poultry in r*-ceat years resulted
ter chicken <?f cents, the highest 'luce
review of the Larrowe Institute of animal
New York market during the year were
quality reached 37 cents u pound. KJhee
cents and 24 cents until early November
this time of the year began to be felt,
i a pound, but recovered rapidly as the
In 1925 over the prevloos year Is due In
iptlon In 1924. mused by n wide-spread
rage stocks of poultry did not accumulate
they did In 1924. which Is an Indication
the spring mcmhs when this poultry Is
ts since 1929 have made ponltry profits
ty years. Present market demands and
at to good prices for poultry and poultry
ipo ^ A^UUU
of Blood Every Day
kkI?enough to till h tank 14 feet square
ped through the average cow's heart
>e Larrowe Institute of Animal Economics
I red for the blood to make n complete
Its power from the coal burned in Its
ijechanlcal energy, hut the dairy cow not
? grain, hay and grass she consumes, hut.
hlood and milk, which is made of *>l??od
and her "milk factory" will not produce
plentifully on a tested gra'n ration, good
ire and safe method as yet discovered bj
9 month after month.
r. MURPH> N\ w.
I BIG RE!
I IN CLOSEE
h Effective i
Demand fr.r Ford Closed Car*
introduced has been eons Lai
r" of these types production c
policy of the ccmpany to jpv<
1 NFW OPF.F
Touring Car $31
Starter and Den
Ti actor, Car and Truck
In 10 reels Monday and 1
Show Starts: Matin<
? FRIDAY. FEBRUARY l? lf>t
) CAR PRICES f f
ces Old Price Reduction M
00 580-00 C0-00
oo 520?? 2000 I
oo 660?? 95?? B
?ince the improved Type? in colors were B
illy increasing. With greater output
os<r have been lessened and it is the l-j
> its customers the benefits of all such B
M CAR PRICES I !
0 00 Runabout $290-?? I
tountable Rims $85 Extra ? |
Chassis prices remain unchanged
a F. O. B. Detroit B
Detroit, Mich. 1
I. (2 Dramatic Comedy
I yVritten and Directed by
' Charlie Chaplin
, rJ 1
} Man's Greed
Fop gold turned into comedy that
will rock you with laughter.
Of the Klondike stampede made to
seem uproariously funny.
U-... ^ - - n
The basis of antics so clever that
they make you forget pain.
Becomes Hie foundation for Chaplin
tricks that rouse hilarity.
Switched into boisterous gates and
blustery shouts of glee.
/ Freezing Cold
Brings the warmth of laughter that
never ceases, atwaus increases. ^
MURPHY, N. C.
'uesday February 22nd and 23rd |
:es 2 P. M. Nighls 7 P. M. I
MISSION 50c I