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THE POLK CPUffTY NEWS, TRYON, N O.
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MONET WORKS FOR YOU EVERYDAY
DEPOSITED IN THE SAYING DEPARTMENT OF
THE BANK OF TRYON
TRYON, N. C,
4 PER CENT PER ANN'JM ON CERTIFICATES
BETTER BEGIN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT THIS MONTH
World's High Trees;
. -ah trees in the Australian for-
grow to a aeigni 01 leei; Kan
to 200 feet
Not Hard to Please.
"De man dat likea to hear hi-otlt
talk," said Uncle Eben "is mos' al
ways mighty easy interested."
Having qualified as executor of the
estate of Mrs Louisa E. Kennedy, de
ceased, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against 'aid es
tate) to present them to fhe under
signed executor on j or before the
26th day of November, 1916, or this
notice will be pleaded, in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make immedi
tThis Novjmber 26th, 1915:
J W Kennedy Executor
Walter Jones, Attorney. 30-4t
A HOUSE OF FIVE ROOMS FOR
In Try on; fairly furnished; fruit,
city water, well. For terms apply to
s , REV B M BRADIN,
tf Tuxedo, N C.
- ' , . . - . . . . . -
LOOK. OUT FOR OUR
t Our big volumn of business and credit rating allows us to buy goods
at the very best prices and through our bargain basement we are going to
give our customers the advantage of these prices.
IN OUR BASEMENT we WilL not charge or deliver goods, but to
prompt pay customers wfe will charge on our regular floors a small per cent
more for credit and delivery. In Basement we will carry an almost general
stock which is too numerous to mention, except in a general way, or to
WE will have at all times more, or less, Outing, Calicoes, Bleached
and Unbleached Domestics, Shoes, Clothing, Tin and - Enamel Ware,
Furniture, Blankets. Heavy Groceries, also, (Some Fancy Groceries,) Flour
and Feed Stuffs.
Compare the following prices with those of any neighboring towns
large or small.
25pound sack of sugar .$1.70
Sack Shorts..:. . ...... 1.40,
C. S. Meal. . ... .7.... 1.90'
C. S. Hulls Sacked: .80
Loose Hulls.. 70
Flour, per bbl. ,.. .1 . ... 6.00
Hand packed Toins,- per doz. .. . '. 1. 10
Blue Star Corn per doz. 1.10
Princess Royal Corn per doz 1.40
Lilly Valley, Corn per doz......... 1.65
Soups '(Campbell's) per doz..'....... .... 1.10
Irish Potatoes per bu .90
Snyder's Pork and Beans per poz , 1.10
White Rose Oats per doz. .' 1. 10
Standard L. C. Peaches ........ ... 2.75
Superior L. C. Peaches 3.25
Supreme L. C. Peaches............ 3.85
Salmon.......... ......... 1.10
Salmon . 1.60
Tuna Fish .1.60
Apple Butter '. $1.65
Asstd. Jellies. 1.10
White Rose Jams 3.30
f Aspargus Tips... 3.10
Fish Flakes 1.10
Rumford Baking Powders 3 packages .70
Coffee per lb .20
Coffee per 10 lbs . .27
White Cap Peas per doz .- 2.50
White Cap Stringless Beans 2.25
Tiny Refugee Beans., 2.70
Tiny Green Limas 2 15
L. V. ex. fine S. W. Peas.. 2.40
P.R.Green Limas 1.80
P. R." Little Gem Peas 2.10
P. R. 2 lbs. Beets, per doz.... 1.40
P. R. Cut Beans 2lb. . 1.65
P. R. S. W. Peas 21b 1.70
B. S. Beets 21bs per doz.... . 1.70
31b. Cans Tomatoes per doz 1.10
Flour 24 pounds .75
We will make special prices on all can goods taken in doz. lots.
When you figure the freight and delivery in you cannot go on any market
and beat our prices and we do not require that you take in such quantities
as you would necessarily buy on distant markets and we guarantee safe
delivery of every can of goods that we sell. You have no claims to make
We name a few prices above t)ut we have so many gods to, offer that
it is not pratfcal to go into detail.
Fot instance, we have a lot of drummer's samples absolutely perfect
goods that we are able to buy at special discount and will offer to the public
at strickly wholesale prices. This lot will consist of sweaters, overalls, ties,
shirts, underwear, hosiery etc.
We will present strong values on our Ten Cent Counter. The enamel
ware assortment is even stronger than is offered in the City 10 ct. stores.
' We will be continually offering new goods in all departments and
every one should visii our store and see what is offered from day to day.
Weexpect to feed our BARGAIN DEPARTMENT with real live values
but where ever you find it in our store the quality and price will be right.
We will give away every Saturday afternoon, at 3 O'CLOCK a 42
piece Dinner Set This costs the winner absolutely nothing.
TRYON, N. C.
it Tryon, N. C.
! Careful driver. Dav
or night trips.
j- Call Phone No. 73
Watches, C locks an d Je wiry of
Every Description Kepaired.
If you are suffering with bad
Vision, Weak Eyes or Headache,
"SEE me and you will SEE better"
Twenty years of experience puis
me in a position to guarantee
satisfaction or your money back.
Come up and let's get ac
quainted. .L .
J. H. JOHNSON,
Up Stairs Over John Orr & Co.
Tryon, N. C.
Anthony Allman &
OVER POST OFFICE
Laides a n d Gentlemen
All work guaranteed first
Hot and Cold Baths
We are tyring to take care of Tryon
Bring us , Your Work
O (IB SCHOOLS
E. IV. S. COBB &
Polk County Superintendent jjg
Compulsory Attendance Law Effec
tive In County Dec. 6.
It was ordered by the board of
education that the Compulsory School
Attendance Law should be in effect
in this county on Dec. 6th, and ever
child of school age in the county is
expected to be in school on that da,y
and continue in class regularly for a
period of four months from that date.
The school law makes attendance dui
ing that period compulscry upon the
children between the ages of seven
and fifteen years." Children may be
sent to private schools provided that
school keep .such records of pupils
as required by the State taw.
The board has appointed the follow
ing attendance officers for the differ
ent districts of the county, and the
teachers and the members of the
school committee are required to co
operate with the attendance officers
to secure regular and punctual at
tendance upon the part of every
child in his district.
District No. 1 N T Mills, Colum
bus N C. ,
District No 2 H P Sharp, Landru.n
S C, R 3.
District No3 M Y Hall, Tryon N
C R 1.
District No 4 J T Waldrop, Lan-
drum, S C, K. 4.
District No 31 S E Waldrop,
District No 32 O C Bridges, Lan-
drum, S? C. !
District No 34 N B Jackson, Try-
on, N C
District 5 P N Hood, Lynn N C.
District 7 J K Ward Tryon N C
District 8 D D Pace Saluda, N C
OFf ICE NOW OPEN
Miss L. B. Jayne
Manicuring and Shampoo
ing for Ladies and Gentle
men. Expert treatment of
the hair. Facial massage.
Office Hours 9 to 5, Except
Wednesday and Thursdays
WINE OF URDU
$1 a Bottle
1 BLACK DRAUGHT
, 25 Cents a Package
$1.25 Regular Price
For a short time the
two for 99 Cents.
THE REX ALL STORE
TRYON, N. C.
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for anv case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
"We, the undersigned, have known F. J
Cheney for the last 15 years, and bellev
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions ana unanciauy a Die 10 carrj
out' any obligations made by his firm.
NATIONAL, BANK OF COMMERCE.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally.
artine dtrectlv unon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials
sent free. Price 75 cents per Dottie. toio
by all Druggists.
Tke Hall's Family PlUs for constlpatloa
xrvo is hereby civ en that the
Undertaking business heretofore con
ducted by the Ballenger Company at
Tryon, has been sold to A L Hill and
that said Company is no longer con
nected in any way with said business
This November 28th, 1915.
The Ballenger Company
By, B L Ballenger, President. 29-4t
Provided,-futher, that in case of pro
tracted illness of any child whose at
tendence is required under this act,
or in case of quarantine of the home
in which the child resides, upon the .
report of the health officer or upon
satisfactory' evidence to this effect,
the attendance officer shall excuse
from attendance such child until
he is fully restored to health or un
til the t me required by law that he
shall stay out of school after quaran
tine has been raised.
(Penalty 'for Violation of Law.)
Sec 4. Any person, guardian or oth
er person violating the provisions of
this act shall be guilty of a misde
meanor, and "upon conviction shall be
liable to a fine of not less tnan five
dollars and upon failure or refusal to
pay such fine said parent, guardian,
or other person shall be imprisoned
not to exceed thirty days in the counl
ty jail, provided that the fine for any
first offense may, upon the payment
of cost be Buspendei and not collect
ed until the same party is convicted
of a second offense: Provided, futh
er, that after the expiration of three
days from the service of the notice
by the attendance officer each ancK
every day a parent, guardian, or oth
er person shall willfully and un-
awfully keep such child or children-
rom shool or allow him to remain
out of school, shall constitute a sep
arate offense and shall be subject to
penalty above prescribed.
E W S Cobb County Supt.
State of North Carolina, County of
oik. In the Superior court before
Claud Scruggs Smith Scruggs, Eve-
yn, Jolly, Francis Harris, Jno L
Scruggs, Clara Roberts, Molly Harris,
Cliff Scruggs, Robert Scruggs, Rho
ma Scruggs, Tiny Scruggs and Fan-
District 9 E B Thompson Saluda,
District 10 Lewis Hipp, Saluda,
N C. ,
District 11 John Holbert, Saluda,
District 12 T E Pace, Fishtop,
N C. '
District 13 T R Stepp, Flat Rock,
N C, R F D. - .
Greens Creek Township
District 14 J C Davis, Campobel
o, S C, R 5.
District 15 E B Lancaster, Finger-
ville, SC. '
District 16 (Special appointment
District 17 J M Briant, Ruther-
fordton, N C.
District 18 T H Steadman, Campo
bello, S C, R 5.
District 19 W E Chitwocd, Lan-
drum, S C. R 1
G Green, Mill
White Oak Townsh
District 21 W
Springs, N C.
District 22 J H Gibbs, Mill Spring
District 23 W J Wilson, .Mill
Springs, N C.
Springs, N C.
-W M Russell, Mill
-W H Ledbetter, Uree,
Coopers Gap Township r
District 25 J C Powell, Mill Spring
n c. :
District 26 Pink Will ams Mill
Spring, N C.
District 27 U S Gibbs, Mill Spring
District 28 J W Biddy, Mil
Sprina:, N C.
- D!ctrict 29 M A Jackson, Walker,
District 30 R M Constant, Walk
er, N C.
District 35 F C Jackson, Mill
Springs, N C.
Extract from the Compulsory Schoo
The Doutfeday cottage; furnished;
$25.00 par month, apply to
tf H. DOUBLEDAY
(Shall cause children to attend.)
Sec. 3. Every parent, guardian, or
other person in the State of North
Carolina having charge or control of
a child or children between the ages
of eight and twere years shall cause
said child to attend school as afore
said: Provided, that occasional ab
sence from such attendance by such
child amounting to not more than tvc
unexcused absences in fcur consecu
t've weeks shall not be unlawful:
Provided, futher that the super.n
tendent, principal, teacher, in charge
of any school may excuse any child
for a temporary absence because of
unusual storm of bad weather, sick
ness or death in the child's family
unforeseen or unavoidable accidents
and such excuse and reason therefor
shall be recorded by said superinten
dent, principal, or teacher in charge
of school and reported to the atten
dence officer as hereinafter provided:
Cera Whitesides and hu&band Ay-
den - Whitesides, Mossie Wilson and
husband Nesbit Wilson, Lizzie Nodin
and husband A J Nodin, Mandy Par-
ham, and husband, J R Parham, John
Jones, Robert Jones, May Jones and
The defendants above' named to
wit: Mandy Parham and husband,
R Parham and Robert Jones will
AM .A A 9 X . 9
taKe notice mat an action enunea
as above has been commenced in the
Superior court of Polk county, North
Carolina, for the purpose of obtain
ing a decree from said court to sell
the lands of the late Landrum-Humpr
ries for partition, which, said lands
are situate in the Township of Coop-
r Gap, county of Polk, State of
North Carolina, and are bounded by
the lands of Joseph Dimsdale and
others, and contains 12 acres more
And said defendants will further
take notice that they are required to
appear before the said Clerk of the
Superior court of Polk county at
his office in the courthouse in Col
umbus, N C, on 'the 10th day ot
December, 1915, and answer or demu
to the complaint of the plaintiffs now
on file in the office of said Clerk.
This, the 16th day of November,
1915, 28-41 ' . .
J P Arledge, Clerk of Superior
A Y Arledge, Atty , .
Notice of Mortgage Sale
By virtue, of the power of sale con
tained in a certain mortgage deed ex
ecuted on the 29 day of March 1913,
by Lee Flax to J T Green to secure a
note for $100.00, which mortgage is
of record in Mortgage Book No
page 214 of the records for Polk
county, and the said mortgage and
note having been assigned to E B
Edwards, and default having been
made In payment when due, the un
dersigned will on Monday the 20th
day of December, 1915, about 1 o'
clock p m, for the purpose of satis
fying said debt, with interest, cost
and expenses added, offer for sale
to the highest bidder for cash at
the courthouse door of Polk county
the land conveyed by said mortgage
lying and being in the state of
North Carolina, Eolk county, White
Oak township and' described as foU
Beginning at a stake in the Specu
lation, line and runs thence N 18
poles to a P O Thome corner;
thence E 30 poles to a stake; thence
N 23 and one-half, W 14 poles to a
stone on Bishop's line; thence with
same N 74 W 61 poles to a stake in
said line; thence S 34 W 51 poles to
a stake in a hollow in Thorn's line;
thence with it E 61 poles to the be
ginning, containing thirteen acres
and three-fourths more or, lessl'
This 18th "day of f November,
j T Green; Mortgagee, .
E B Edwards, Assignee.
E B Cloud, Atty.
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