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Polk County news and the Tryon bee. (Tryon, Polk Co., N.C.) 1915-1920, September 06, 1918, Image 1

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The ,-a 1 DIET r ciu J" j Vorth Carolina , have been preach ed entreating with the people for . ..- mico mnrp food prons lie vpar. anu c ucn.c ntv has aone uei paim ' v- tVipn hrinc some of the fi'of vour efforts to the Fair and test iu ,, , ij rn, off the wonci wnm uiu wnv vau uu. fhe men connected with .the Fair 1 ...vl-inrr firiA sdiAminff for W months past to arrange an exhi- tion that WOUKl 111 evciy wcijr lit to the county, and we flatter irselves that we have succeeded in ,r effort. It is now up to the f ar ks and others of the county to in the exmDits ana maKe tne tir the success that, it should be. Emember thatthis affair is not in Iy sense a money maniug scuciuc, t every official connected with it is in? his utmost to make the Fair a te success from purely local pride. e believe that we have the best mtv in North Carolina, and it is fcto'the farming class of the county iore than any one class to snow xne orld that we have not been mistaken our belief.- We want to call your especial at- rtion to two new departments cre Mthis year Curios and Relics, in large of Mr. T. H. Coggey, of Try m, ana r.imerais, quarry ana r orest Products, in charge of Mr. E. W. Ded- ond, of Columbus. These are both sry important, and can be made 'ery interesting to the people of Polk untv. , . r TO OUk CORRESPONDENTS. AV.great manyof r our., correspon dents have, been 'very- lax about send ing. in their, letters, for the past five or six, weeks. ,1 Just remember that we are sending a ' great many of our pa pers to the boys , at the training camps, and also to those who have gone across the sea to fight Liberty's battle for ..you and me. Think how eagerly they search the paper for news from the immediate locality from which-they came. You riot only owe it v to yourself, your community and your county to take more pains in this matter, but you owe it to the boys in khaki. Inmk this matter over and wake up. w. s. s. SALUDA. FRYON, N. C FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1918. $10 A YEAR FROM OUR FRIENDS OVER THE COUNTY Som Items of General Ihterwt Gathered By Our Correspondent From V SectMns of Polk County Mr. Dedmond has already gone to ork soliciting exhibits for his de- lartment.a nd asks the cordial help ii every citizen of the countv to help lake a creditable exhibition. If you ave any mineral specimens, get them a shape and take them to Columbus pd turn them over to Mr. Dedmond fcr exhibition. Polk countv nossess- V many minerals. Heln -to rather jperanens and take them to the Fair, ft might be the means of stimulating fming in the county, and thus be re means of bringing much money ito the county. We trust that the aw mill men of the county will finish w wine nice specimens of the dilier Pt woods. We are well blessed with fany different kinds of timber, so Ks et good specimens of each and pn ourselves what we have. Don't forget the date October and 11, at Columbus. . w. S. S LYNN. Mrs. J. Walter Dear, of George town, S. C, is visiting her cousins on Greenville, street. Miss Poeser, of Columbia, S. C., is spending a few weeks in the city. Mrs. Duncan -and children, of Con- verse, S. C, have returnd horn after spending, ten days at the Better Baby Camp. Mrs. Keren, of. Columbia, S. C, is spending some time in the city. Mrs. Gibson and little daughter, of Spartanburg have retusned home rf ter spending a week'or more at the Better Baby Camp. Mrs. Duboise and family, of Cam den,, S. C, who were occupying the Bushnell cottage have returned to their home. " Miss Bertie Rhodes, of Greenville, is the guest of the Misses Cullipher. Messrs, Lois Ward and Doran Fish er left ior the North today where they will jojin the Marine Corps. Misses' Anna Bell and Emily Rhodes have returned to their home in Green ville after visiting Misses Hazel and Minnie Cullipher. Miss; Eloise Harrison, student nurse of the Steedley Hospital, Spartan- Durg, has returned home after spend ing. several weeks in Saluda. Mrs. 3. I. Hazard and Miss Marga rot. Palmer spent Thursday in Hen dersonville. , Mrs. Emmons Welch and little son Emmons Jr., are expected this week io n ihit; the- former's'' parents', I)r, and Mre.tf..Lr league. -Mrs. W. D. Palmer and daughters Margaret and Sadie, of Georgecown, S. C, left on Wednesday morning for their home, after spending a month or more at the lona Lodge. Lieut. McDowell, of Camp Wads worth, was registered at the lona Lodge Tuesday. Mrs. W. H. Andrews, of Andrew S. C, is a visitor in the city. Mrs. McDowell arrived from Ohio on Tuesday to meet her son, Lieut. McDowell from Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg. S. C. w. s. s. MILL SPRING. 9, arwus MILL SPRING ROUTE 1. "Miss Mary Shehan, of Rutherf ord ort, spent last week with TtTiss Mossie Edwards. . ' Miss Dorcas Edwards was thp ffnpsf of Miss Bernice -Wil son. Tupso'nv night. ' . . The little son of Tom "Wilson is in the hospital with a very damaged leg. as caugnt m a cog wneel. Mr. L Odel and son. Tolbert. madp a business trip to ' SDartanburcr' last week. Mr. L. H. Shehan. of Inman. S. C. spent Saturday at A. A. Edwards'- Mr. and Mrs. Ogle, of Chesnee. are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Ed Allen. There will be a box-sunDer at Leb- a non school house, Saturday night. Those who wish to bring boxes and take part, are cordially invited to do so. Misses "Mossie. Dorcas. Maererie. Sup and Gilbreath Edwards went to Ruthn erf ordton, Monday, to have dental work done. Miss fha Skipper." Mav and Odessa Searcy, attended services at Lebanon Sunday. Good luck to Pearidee corresDon- dent as you go away to school. We wish you much success. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Womack and' children, went -on a mountain trip, last week. Visited Chimney Rock, Asheville and other beautiful places, and report a nice time. MELVIN HILL. The singing convention at Sandy Springs, Sunday, was an interesting affair, there being about -four choirs that sangi Brooklyn, Sandy Springs, Melvin Hill! and Greens Creek. The singing was good and everybody seemed to. enjoy the day. Several young men have been call ed from this place to the military training camp recently. Tom John son was rejected on account of phys ical disability and came back home, Friday. Miss Mabel Gilbert's school closed here last Friday, as she has accepted a position as saleslady in Mr. John Lawter's store at Cooley Springs, S. c. .73 The -protracted meeting here result ed in the addition of about twenty three to the- church. We had -, a collision here Sunday night, when an auto ran into a buggy and almost demolished it, but fortun- ately therd was no one hurt. ' Cotton i beginning to open and fodder is Ibeing pulled and fall work has beguivin earnest. There were three of Uncle Sam's boys at the meeting here, Saturday night, who also took in the singing at Sandy Springs, Sunday. They then hiked tox jPhesnee, en route to Camp Wadsworth. Dr. Head is erecting a new resi dence neat his own, which his parents will occupy in the future. SONGS YOU SHOLD KNOW. BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC. '4 AH the topic now is registration i' It Will hr nlmncf n-r miifo lilrn Q lohday. 'e-notice that a lot of people did . 1 eomPlv with the gasoline request. ;jIr'0 people are not. 1 oval till thf-v ave to be. Jss Ola Johnson, a Nun at Steed- pitai, Spartanburg, S. C, vis W s:ster. Mrs. John Rhodes, and j "-''anves and friends. Harnp. Jones passed through mi on his return home, at Burton, L- last Monday. s Mr. T a T: i .. itorlf r A-ll'vy na.s soia out ins ),.;! .f merchandise at the old com ,:ore, to W. S. McCall, who will hov ?V m Covil drove through 'mv t N LO ioia, near Spartan 10 .S(. their grandmother, hav- ,e,;vfc(l a message that she was (li"Jng condition. viK-lna Jnes of Asheville, was ,'or ,n Lynn ast week labor Ti' y0tn IIos'ery Co., observed I v. 1Ja' by working hard all day. i .t Uimo Rimy will leave in a Mr. J. M. Barber and family, and Mr. W. G. Egerton spent Monday at Camp Wadsworth visiting relatives and friends. A number of people from here at tended the revival services at Silver Creek, last week. Every one who went report a good meeting. There were fifty-three additions to the church, fifty-two by baptism, and one by letter. Leader for Christian Endeavor next Sunday, Mr. Twitty Thompson. Sub ject, Consciousness. Mrs. J. M. Lewis visited Mrs. W. G. Egerton, Sunday. Mr. Reagan Bradley, from Camp Sevier, spent the week-end with home folks. . Mr. Nesbit Walker has moved his family to the Mile Inn. Mr. J. H. Gibbs spent Monday in Landrum getting his car repaired. Mr. Claude Lewis made a flying trip to Spartanburg, Monday. Let's everybody have something good for the Fair. We hope we can et a good book. With the very best wishes for the NEWS and our soldiers. W. S. S. POLK COUNTY RED CROSS. d.VS iOY Tn'niHr lloo-o a-T.fr 1 ...1. , "J ""6-1 "'b chorj" n , ',:it,IP m Stearns jdijrh mi Columns v A. limnv Will lenvo in n fpw . I - - .AAA w i C, where he a fi-ion with the Roys- -. T. ' for as S'-iar.o ir. v r'von tj " J";iiimett, Supt. of the kkcVy Co- has sold his new 'Jft'ls ''n?u-xvni invest in Liberty is L?r. Xai" Savings Stamps. He -!ie icouest of ,:j;yajlr :ot to waste-gasoline . , UrtZ. CtC.. On S,l7,r Mr W nv ris wiiIir-S to deprive moiE I:1!111'0 wight gel hi s h l)0 11...-A,. r " "'W, to heln '.he ujp. ins seems .0 us Pftove dl lk and a patriotic Ke"0t ncglect to register. Ulotlc day, Sept. 28. SILVER CREEK. A glorious meeting has been held at Silver Creek for the past two weeks conducted by the pastor, Rev. J. B. Arledge, assisted by Rev. Ralph Mor gan, of Landrum. This breaks the record for Silver Creek, there being fifty-two conversions. People from the surrounding country visited this meeting and were converted. Two baptizings were held, one on Wednes day and one on Sunday. Quite a large crowd witnessed these services from the banks of Green river. May the Lord bless these ministers for the faithful work done in our midst. We feel like the Lord was there at Silver Creek, ready to save souls at the be ginning of the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Arledge motored to Spartanburg, last Sunday, to see their son, Bona, who expects to leave Camp Wadsworth for overseas duty, soon. Mr. Reagan Bradley, of Greenville, S. C, spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Mrs. Martha Jones and daughters, Nora and Edna, attended church here, Sunday. Quite a surprise to the community was the marriage of Miss Blanche Arledge and Mr. Dewey McMurray, which was solemnized at Spartanburg the past week. Blanche is the at tractive daughter of Mr. Hamilton Arledge. Mr. McMurray is the son of B. McMurray, of this section. Misses Abbie and Alice Arledge and brother, George, visited friends in this section for 'the past week. Mrs. Esther Early and children vis ited at E. W. Bradley's, last week. Hurrah for "the Polk County Fair. Let everybody prepare something to take to the Fair. W. S. S. SUNNY VIEW. MEEK FOR POULTRY RAISERS. Experts Will Hold Five Such Meetings in Different Parts of County. FIRST MEETING AT TRYON. Beginning September 16th, 1918, the Division of Animal Industry, of North Carolina, in cooperation with the A. & E. College and Department of Agriculture at Washington, D. C, will conduct a series of poultry schools in Polk county, as follows: Building, Monday, Sept. 17, Mine eyes have seen the coming of the glory of the Lord; He is trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wratth are stored; He hath loosed the fateful lightning of His terrible swift sword His truth is marching on. I have seen him in the watch-fires of a hundred circling camps They have builded Him an altar in the evening dews and damps I can read His righteous sentence by the dim and flaring lamps His day is marching on. I have read a fiery gospel, writ in burnished rows of steel; 'As we deal with My contemners, so with you My grace shall deal; Let the Hero,' born of woman, crush the serpent with his hee. Since God is marching on. He has sounded forth the trumpet that shall never call retreat, He is sifting out the hearts of men before His judgment sea. Oh! be swift, my soul, to answer Him! be jubilant my feet! Our God is marching on. t In the beauty of the lillies Christ was born across the sea, With a glory in His bosom that transfigures you and me; As he died to make men holy, let us die to, make men free, While God is marching on. Julia Ward Howe Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Whiteside and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gibbs motored to Camp Wadsworth, Saturday, to see relatives. Messrs Terrell Taylor and Frank Mills left, Monday, to begin work on an ammunition factory in Tennessee. Prof. Hyder closed his successful term of singing school, at Big Level, last Friday. .u-- . , Miss Bertha Dalton, teacher of bun ny View school, spent the week-end at her home, near Chimney Rock, with her brother, who left for Camp Jack son, August 26th. We are glad that little Cleo Feagan, who has been ill for a few days, is able to be in school again. Rev. Wright, of South Carolina, be gan his pastoral work at Cane Creek, last Sunday. Messrs. Noah Lynch, Uzzejl and Bona Helton, enjoyed a chicken roast last Saturday night. Mr. Reuben R. Wilson who has been at Camp Crane, Allentown, Pa., has gone overseas. He was in the medical corps. Mrs. Wavis Coggis visited her mother, Mrs. A. J. Dimsdale, Sunday ast. Private Zibba Wilson, who is "over there," wrote home that he would ike to hear from all his friends, boys and girls, here. His address is Co. 120th Inf. via N. Y., A. J. r. Miss Bertha Dalton spent Saturday night with Miss Annie Wilson. In suite of the hot weather and pressing need of service of children in the fields, much interest is being Tryon, School Sept. 16. Greens Creek, Tuesday, school building. Mill Spring, Wednesday, Sept. 18, school building. Sunny View, Thursday, Sept. 19, school building. Columbus, Friday, Sept. 20, school building. These poultry schools will open with the regular school hour, and run all day. A poultry specialist will be in charge, with charts, models of im proved houses, coops, etc., bulletins, blue prints, plans for houses, etc. Also culling demonstrations will be conducted to teach the farmers how to know the laying hen; from the "slack ers," and how to cull the flock forB profit. Men, who are interested in better poultry, as well as all women,' boys and girls, are urged to come and bring lunch for an old-itme eschool day, and eat together and have one good social day, as well as one of great profit. We will have more to say about it next week. Watch the POLK COUNTY NEWS, how it is pulling for the upbuilding of Polk county. And every person in Polk county who will not PULL FOR THE UPBUILDING 6f the county should PULL OUT. I Resnectfullv. J. R. SAMS, County Agent. ' w. s. s. JTSHTOP The Juniors have received their first allotment from Atlanta Head- nuarters. Thev are asked to furni-sh as soon as possible, two hundred ton que depressors. These are small wooden articles used to hold down the tongue when looking at the throat. The different groups in me cuuiity will each make its share, mere is no Junior organization as yet in Tryon, so tW Boy Scouts are to do their part.. Advices from Atlanta announce that Junior allotments will be made through Mrs. Holmes as head of the Woman's work committee, and that work will be returned to the chapter headquarters at Tryon for shipment. Miss Virginia Bland has agreed to act as secretary for the membership committee for the entire chapter. She will have charge of the membership lists. Manv members have not paid their dues 'for 1918. The lists of those unpaid will be placed m the hands of a representative of each hmnch in the countv. So remember to be on the look out for him when he comes to remind you 01 your over sight. Fifty cents out of each dollar of membership money is credited to the branch to which the member be longs, for the purchase of materials for that-branch's use. WARRIOR MOUNTAIN. Miss Dora Edwards visited rela tives and friends in Lynn, recently. Mr. Austin Fisher has been at his father's the past week. Miss Emma Salley has returned to Columbia. Mr. L. E. Hipp and family attend ed church at Silver Creek, Sunday. Also Miss Abbie, Mrs. J. S., and Louise Arledge. Miss Irene Salley is quite busy shipping apples. Mrs. J. B. Arledge has been quite sick the past week. A little more sleep, a little more slumber, a little more folding of the hands and summer will soon be gone. Mr. H. L. Arledge returned Satur day, from Wadesboro, N. C. Miss. Orpha Fisher and Mrs. Wait sel Garrett visited the school last week. Why not more of the patrons do likewise? It will help both teach er and pupil. A recipe for sulphuring beans: String and break snap beans as for cooking; boil one-half hour, drain", put in a basket or cloth; then place beans in a large box suspended from a pole, with a tablespoonful of sulphur to a peck of beans. Ignite- sulphur and cover box so smoke will remain en tirely inside. When all sulphur has burned, pack beans t in stone jar. MOUNTAIN VIEW. There wil be another baptizing at Silver Creek, next Sunday, at Hamil ton bridge, on Green River. Every body is invited to attend the meeting npxt Saturdav at 3 d. m. Go and see what will be done. Grandma Sherman, of Henderson- ville, is visiting her daughter here. Liphus Jackson, of Campobello, vis ited his grandma Jackson, one day last week. Miss Esther Gibbs, teacher of Sand Will school, visited her Darents at Mill Spring, last week-end. Miss Leona Sherman, of Hender- sonville. is visitincr at the home of Eli Jackson. Messrs. Mont and John Burgess and Joe Thompson motored from Spar tanburg, last Saturday. Glad to note that Mrs. Eli Jackson is improving. Honor roll for Sand Hill school for week ending August 30tn: irst grade, Francis Jackson, Carrie and Clarence Lytle, Annie McCrain and Robert Half ord; second grade, Broad us McCrain, third grade, Arthur Jackson; fourth grade, Barrett Mc Crain and Theophilus Jackson; sixth grade, Alice McCrain and Roy McMurray- . . manifested in the Sunny View school section, Friday. Some one who has not been at work, we suppose, has decided to work and not to fight,, as we have an axe and hand saw missing. Perhaps he will work whether he aims to or not. At least he stands a good chance to learn how. All streams are drying up rapidly, Although we have suffered but little for rain. All the rains since 1916 have been surface rains. Many springs have gone dry. So much has been said, in the NEWS about rattlers, and sending a ship load to Germany, etc., that one chief started to see me about it to day. He got close by, when to his surprise Govan Constant came along and halted him with a salute from his shot gun. He was about four feet long and of the dark variety. He died with his "specks" on, shedding time with him. Messrs. J. L. and James Jackson, of Spartanburg, S. C, were in this bv both teachers and pupils. Attend- anec is fine; the work of the literary society being a good incentive, lhe school is Dlannine a service flag in honor of her eighteen boys who have so nobly responded to the "Call of the Cilors." Get ready for the Fair. w. s. s TRYON ROUTE 1. With good crops and good news from the front, we are justabout as happy as needs be. Two Mormon elders passed through this section last week. H. Jones and wife visited at Spar tanburg one day last week in the in terest of Mrs. Jones' health. Silver Creek church was well rep resented from this section Sunday at the baptizing. Twenty-four were baptized, making fifty-one in all. John Pace started to the Merchant Marine, Aug. 28th.. We hear that officers captured a On Saturday last Mr. Marvin Ed wards was given an evening party The parlor was tastefully decorated in green and white, even the games were carried out with the color scheme, and with the gifted hand of good still in the upper portion of the his godmother all were made nappy cove one aay last weeK. and delighted on the occasion. Yet E. J. Bradley hauled away one of we feel the color scheme, as the time the finest loads of melons grown in is approaenmg nearer 01 tne aeparx- i this section, so said to be by those ure of Marvin to tne traimng camp. wn0 know, one dav last week. m r 1 n ....'11! - XI I May ms iamer ;wim a minion otner u Arledge and familv. of South Carolina, have been visiting the for- mnv's father, Clement Arledge, the past week, returning home Saturday. w. s. S- MILL SPRING ROUTE 2. 4 patriots say, "America, here s my boy." Mr. Ray Edwards is home from the wTest, on a visit ere he leaves for camp in answer to his country's call. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thomp son, a son. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Govan Searcy, a Son. I Mr Rolfrm Taplrcnn anA fanrnltr via- Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Owens, ited ;elatives at Camp Wadsworth. home of his brother and sister. Mr. . -m very m at tnis John and Miss Sallie. wxitmg. Mr. Flovd Tonev came down for a Mrs. Mmma Whiteside visited Mrs. short while from the power line camp. G. P. McGuinn, Sunday. Misses Pearl and iUssie Edwards Mr. Wilbur Gihhs railed at. th gave a dinner party to tneir old and home of Mr. Landrum Jackson. Sun- 1 1 1 All J ' 1 . - 7 vaiuea inenas. au enioyea a sump- iav afternoon. tuous dinner and water melon feast. Pearl and Essie leave for Brevard school this week. " Many on the route attended servic es at Silver Creek, Sunday and Sun day night. Messrs. rams and Nance are re covering from the sad accidnts which had befallen them. Let's all who can be a Good Sama ritan to our county paper and faith- Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Gilbert visited Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Helton. Sundav afternoon. ; Mr.. Oscar Biddy, who has been home on a ten days' furlough, return- eu w tamp oevier, Saturday. Misses Dezzie and Bettie Brown. from Rock Hill, S. C, are visiting rel atives on tne route. Sunday school ! at Cooner fian has been changed to 2 o'clock in the af- invited to ful editors by supporting tne paper, 1 JZ Zi- 4. -J l . n i i auu uy seuumg il w juui suii, ur uear teruoon. JliVeryDOuV IS ones "over there, who are so anx-lcome and take a part. " ious to hear the home news. j 1 Success to the NEWS. -ti f

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