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POLS GOTOTY ITItWS. TETOH, H. fj.
;as in Spartanburg
?rnith is visiting nr
P here', v T. Lindsey were in
P UM Pratt will preach at the
A churc ' -tt is fast improv-
k :.;irline is
Graham is spending
Inman, S. C,
. Harnpi grandmother,
. stai n-11" :
Co': " t...wti- nf Asheville, is
Lfris J J ith her -parents
tp lev and Mrs. LubecK ana
returned from a visit at
fp safe arrival in France of
n.KarL . .. , , a. 4.
c foreland attenaea t'e-ni-f-,Clv'-
f I QUI'1.' ,
t I fill irsiii I
V V r- visitincr her
jfs J. R. JustlC.
' noinh Jackson, from Camp
?: ..-citpfl his parents, Mr.
rn Mcrarianu icimucu
cotnrdav after a pleasant visit
her sister, m ivm, leim.
T. ndsev returned nome
Uoll Tin5 leaser! the
. . .1 urni nun i -
iv.. .r.TTntrp ;n III is iiiutiuc,
1 , , -ro frnm RLirk nloun-
For fine Japanese
ing plums see W. B. Kfuse.
w. s. s
A young milk cow. Has been milk.
mg two weeks. Apply
G. H. HOLMES.
W. S. S5.
If the boys of Trvon. Ted Kxr
Boy Scouts, will undertake th a
of the-fountain, protecting- it frr,
rough usage, a lady interested in the
weltare of the town, will give an or
namental spray to be placed in the
middle of the basin.
All boys willing to act as caretak
ers-are asked to sign a paper at the
W. S. S.
MONDAY NIGHT'S ENTERTAIN.
.n.:..,. MrFee returned home
,fc,u-nip today, where she ha
. . i rr, 1 C
1 T . . Att I 11 OL'l'.l I
Id who is cashier ol a bans at
;it P H. McCahiii ana iamny
?d he-ie Tuesday and are occupy-
the Bushnell cottage.- iney wi
ain for the summer.
hb''shop Noe, of Wilmington,
'Wd sen-ices in the Episcopal
LwQnnv. He will be here for
: consecutive Sundays.
Sallie Streadwick and Mrs
'Stwadwick went to Asheville
atov to attend the funeral of Mrs
Lankford. who died at that place
isliiHn pxDects to have a big 4tr
Jnlv celebration with base ball
Scouts, red lemonade and all the
things that go with a big blow
of that kind.
Own Gudger, postmaster at
ieville. was in Tryon Wednesday
consultation with Mr. W. T. Lmd
County Chairman of the Thrift
tatv Chairman Little, Liberty
an Committee has sent out a last
! for contributions to pay the ex-
nses of the last drive. There was
deficit of $84.00 which he hopes will
realized from this call.
The Bov Scouts flag to take the
bee of that burned in the Swink-
kfeon fire and again donated by the
?mal giver has arrived, and will be
resented to-the Scouts. May this
1? be safe under fire or over.
I S. AveriH died at his home in
ryon on Tuesdav morniner. He
"es a wife and four children, a
iother, Mrs. Averill, and sister, Mrs.
py Paj-ne, and two brothers, one
ttarleston and the other in the Y.
C. A. work in France.
For Sale CnnH hnnvrlintr ViouRP
smew, house fu ot e-ood rjavinff
arders; the location is central and
specially good location: seven bed
poms, two baths, hard wood floors
anyone can meet. Selling; on
punt ill health. Mierht take small
as part pavment. Address
Bex 350, Hendersonville N.
The most of us had. before MonHav
night, an exceedinelv hazv idea of
what the "Camp Fire Girls" stood for
whether it was simply some pretty
girls in Indian costumes posed before
a nre, or whether there was reaally
something to it. We have no doubt
since our former townswoman. Mrs
Wilcox brought her own. and hr
neighbors' girls along with her to
give an entertainment for the benefit
of the Red Cross.
That the organization stands for
patriotism, good health and useful
work, no one now doubts.
The fire was there, and the tent.
and the pretty, erirls. but there was
besides useful training, high ideals
with recitations, singing and march
ing. Mr. Arthur Carver's beautiful
voice was heard again by his Tryon
iriends One of the most devoted of
these was heard to criticise the pro
gram as being all too serious; he
wished that they might have gone
'Rolling Down to Rio", or doing some
jumi icsuve unng, dui most oi us
.vere quite satisfied with what we had
and disposed to listen to the lively
meioaies ottered by the Tryon Or
chestra with the greater satisfaction
because of the contrast, wishing only
that the members of that company
would train the rest of us to sing the
National Anthem in a more fitting
;nanner and that some generous per
son, having a good piano to store.,
would put it in the school house. By-the-wajy
that building never looked
so clean and neat since the day it was
first occupied,, owing to the hard
work of Mr. Geo. A. Gash.
Altogether Tryon scores one more
very successful entertainment.
S S 'AV-
CHILD LABOR AND THE COURT.
Having qualified as administrator
fi McGuimv deceased, I hereby
o0t? Pss indebted to said L.
B. McGuinn to make settlement with
me at once. All accounts , against
sa.L?.estte must be Presented to me
witnm l-months from this date,
mey win ue aeDarred.
This, May 25th, 1918.
J. M. McGUINN, Admr.
W. S. S.
Notice is herebv
C xt11 .sJ)een made t0 the Governor
of North Carolina for ttm rAnr nf
Andy Laughter, who was convicted at
the fall term, 1911 of the Superior
- v,xxi. v-uuuty uj. muraer in tnc
second degree and spnt.Pnr.AH tr,
twenty years in the State's prison.
ah persons opposing the crrantine-
ol aid pardon are requested to for
ward their objection to the Governor
This 7th day of June, 1918.
W F. LITTLE
Tryon, N. C. ,
Sapolio doing its worL Scouring
tor U5.M9rme Corps recruits.
Notice is hereby given that appli
cation will be made to His Excellency,
Thomas W. Bickett, Governor ! of
North Carolina for the pardon ' of
Charlie Gosnell, who was convicted,
Spring Term, 1918, the Supef-ior
Court, Polk county for retailing
spiritous liquors ' and sentenced 1 to
four months imprisonment on Ithe
Henderson eounty chain gang.
All persons opposing the granting
of said pardon are requested to for
ward their objection to the Governor
without delay. v
This, June 4th, 1918. :
A good stock on hand. A China Dish with eacf
package. Price the sarpe, 35c per pound. I
Rye Flour, Pan Cake Flour, Meal, full line of can
ned goods at lowest, prices. 600 cakes U. 4
Mail Soap, as long as it lasts,, 5c per cake.
Soft Drinks of All Kinds. I
T. W. Ballew
SERVICE UNDER THIS EMBLEM
8009 OGOQ CQSO OOO O O 9009 000 OOOO 0OO9 0O0 OOO
and Mrs. Corwin entertained
h w to ou old Trvon friends at a
Pitting lawn party Thursday after-
L . ar4 evening, the male section
rm? later to sunner. Beautiful
fr, equally beautiful hospital
'i a tine War time" onnnor nf
ft conversation, combined to
P It ono tU .
jator John Sharp Williams of
ir,'li ;PP;, and daughter, Mrs. Joel
I U IJi'rt IJ,.1.1 . - .'
p - uunKiey,; wite ol Lieutenant
j. " ft. visited at Kixha
0 thic wiolr rYa conntnr
Vasnington on Wednesday.
If w" ,nkIey will spend the summer
"iaersonyille, where she has. ta
r "i a nr,-n nr i
wnae. Mrs. liuniciev nas
LtlTTlCl ri . m 1
tL u-nvn irom New York where
Prance" Lieut' Bunkley off for
w. s. s.
Clvd tt--,Bra(Uey to Matilda Blythe
,ue MSrn TVT 1- T 1.
p W. S. S .
AL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
an P " , '"Kayu,
Geo. A. Gash and
p'se consideration. S1.00.
thipu' A' Leonard and wife to Ar-
sidprst;. ar ' 1 acre more or lessjcon-
acres V. Tn to. AHce Jackson, 61
w. s. s
Local opinion differs as regards
the decision of the U. S. Supreme
Court adverse to the federal law
which forbids the outshipping of the
products of factories in those
states whose lows do not come up to
the more rigid child labor laws of
other states. Child labor, five of the
nine judges say, is solely an affair of
each state, with which the national
government cannot constitutionally
interfere. It concerns the welfare
not of the nation but of the state
alone. No", say the four other
judges, it concerns the welfare of
hundreds of thousands, perhaps mil
lions, of future citizens of the whole
U. S therefore it is of national inter
est and ought not to be shielded or
perpetuated by the plea of States
Those Tryon citizens who have ex
pressed themselves on the subject arc
not divided by partisan or sctional
prejudices. Some Northern Republi
cans tolerate, if they do not wholly
approve of it. Some Southern Dmo-
frats condemn it. lhose who favor
it say that child labor in this region
is a benefit. It brings mountain fam
ilies into contact with schools and
churches and enables them to earn
and learn much more than they could
do in their remote regions cut off al
most entirely from their fellow hu
Others are more deeply impressed
with the evils the system brings upon
hildren too young for such severe la
bor, confinement and long hours. A
native North Carolinian testifies that
he has seen right m this neighbor
hood, a big lazy, hulking father get
his ten year old sleeping child out of
bed at an early hour, give it a cold
potato and slice of bread and send it
out crying to the long day in the mill
to help support him in idleness.
A turir hue sppn hundreds nt anor
children at a movie show the guest
of , a Philanthropist. lhere was
scarcely a young face among them,
All were gray complexion, ghostly,
ghastly, looking like old men and wo
men more than they looKea liKe cnna.
A prominent native clergyman whe
knows his North Carolina better than
most men. can depict scenes ana in
cidents of misery and cruelty that
are inflicted upon children by greedy
inhuman parents and avaricious cor
porations, which convince all his
hearers that the system should be
dlv recrulated than it now is
in snmp of the states.
However one of the niine judges
was of a different opinion, and the
law now is that whatever the fate of
thp rhildren under these abuses, the
right of each state to end or proloner
. . j 1 Tl ill
them cannot be quesuonea. it win
be the law until all the states reform
thp svstem or some future members
nr mom her of the Supreme Court
agree with the four dissenters.
E. G. H.
LOUZIAIf E COFFEE
None better on the market at the price,
short time we will sell you a
3 Pound Bucket for 90 cents
1 Pound Can for 30 Cents.
Regular priee 35c per pound.
We are also making a special price on all kinds
of groceries. Watch our ad for other items as we
expect to offer you some special inducements fpr
your trade. "
H. PACE & SON,
HONEST GOODS AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICE!
WHY PAY TRIBUTE?
To StocK Insurance Companies,
When you can protect yourself from loss by fire in
the old reliable tate Mutual of North Carolina, at 25 per
cent, less than stock companies will write you for.
Call on or write 1
Geo. A. Gash, Agfc.
Tryon, N. C.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE
Gty and Farm Property Bought and Sold. Furnished and un
furnished house for rsnt. Property taken care of and rents
eolleeted. Do not waste your time and tke yourself out I or king
for a place. Our auto is at your service free.
JAMES LEONARD, ! Tryon, N. C.
We Are; Prepared
To DilcBDp VcDcui
te v nci O
at the Trvnn nftetnffirp
iot. "vitu. iviiSK Anno iconic.
K i7$ tok, Miss Maggie Dendy,
Miss v'S- .Lsner, Mrs. Annier. Mills,
filler ver,e W- Miller, Miss Sarah
-PaVC J Lowell, Miss n:rhe
Am;iKer. Mrs. Bet.t.ip Mchif Mrs.
orcrp tS' Miss Abee Thompson, bxr.
f.Ir- W TOI?tPson' Mr- Robert Toney,
FOR SALE or LEASE!
On Tryon -Mountian
Suitable for small first class
.hotel, :or for Rentlernan's
residence. A. fine orchard,
vineyard, small fruits, as
paragus, etc, .Address,
Stearns, N. C
. ( : - - :4V-
- i -. - ''I '
Carry out Mr, HoovePs request for ONE MEATLESS AND
ONE WHEATLESS DAY each week, and call attention to such
FOR WHEATLESS DAYS: Corn Flakes, Post Toasties,
Rolled Oats, Yam Nuts, Yellow Meal, White Meal, Puffed Rice
and Corn Starch.
FOR MEATLESS DAYS: Fish Flakes, Shredded Codfish,
Herring Roe, Shad, Crab Meat, Salmon, Tuna Fish, Kippered
John Orr k Co.
Phone No. 14
Tryon, N. C.
THE BALLENGER CO.
Having bought the garage recently owned and
operated by C. Ballenger, this is to notify the
public that I will continue to dp business at the same
place and respectfully solicit a continuance of your
patronage. As yo if now, we have one of the best
mechanics in the st te, and prices are reasonable. We
also sell Goodyear tires i and tiibes and the very best
of oils, greases and auto dressing. , ; ,
P. G. MORRIS GARAGE.
Walton. Jr.: Mrs. M. Wil-
W. H. STEARNS