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Entered as second-class mail matter August M, iyzß. «i the Bust Office at Iryon, N. C.,
under the Act or Congress. Msrch 3. 1879.
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TRYON, N. C., SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1930.
Bradley Funeral Sunday
The funeral of Mr. Geo. H. Bradley, who died yesterday
morning, will be held Sunday afternoon at the Columbus
Baptist church, at 2 o'clock, Rev. McGeachy officiating.
The Columbus Township Sunday School meeting has been
postponed on account of the funeral.
At The Churches
BAPTIST: Sundau school 10 a. m. and preaching hg
Dr. Bomar 11 a. m. B.Y.P.U. 7:15 p. m. Mr* W. B.
Stone trill address the Union after the progntttr on
“Life’s Experiences”. Erergbodg Incited. ‘
METHODIST: Rev. O.L. Robinson. Series of Lenten
Sermons. 7:30 Trgon.
PRESBYTERIAN. Rev. p. M. McGeachy preaching at Tryon
II a. m. Subject “Keepers of the Beautiful”. At Columbus 7:30
p. m. “Compensation”.
Organ Recital Sundatj 4 P.M.
1 Organ Sonata No. 2 first 2 movements F. Mendelssohn.
2 Adoremus F. Revina
3 Contralto Solo, “He was despised” from Handel's Messiah.
4 Cradle Song E. Greig
3 March from the Oratorio “The Martyrdom of St. Poly carp” by
Sir Frederick A Gore Ouseley Bart. •
Last Weather Report Todau
Manager G.E.Bell of the Postal Telegraph Co. announces that the
government has discontinued the weather telegraph service to Trvon.
This service has been coming to Tryon for many years, and has been
posted at Missildine’s Pharmacy. For the past two years the Bulletin has
been given a copy of this report which was published daily and sent to
to all parts of the county notifying farmers of change of weather. The
weather report to Tryon is more important now than ever even though
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