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VOL. XXIV NO. 22
TRYON, N. C. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1918.
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"TELL MOTHERS OVER
E WE .
ARE TAKING CARE OF THEIR BOYS.
Such is the Message Sent from France by a Plucky Little
Red Cross Nurse to Her Mother, in America.
Capt. Lubeck Tells of Preparations for
Present Big Drive. Henry Reich Jr.
Writes from Training Camp. ,
EVERYBODY SHOULD ATTEND. 1
READ THESE, THEN GO BUY ANOTHER LIBERTY BOND
"Tell those mothers over there we 1
are taking care of their boys." This
is the wonderful message sent all
American mothers with anxious hearts
who may be counted among our read
ers. The message is a real one from
the front. It comes from a brave
soul who went forth to , dare and do.
She tells the story in a frank and un
assuming .way to, her mother, but the
letter of Polly Ellis, who left New Or
leans with Base Hospital Unit No. 24
is not the kind girls write home every
day. Miss Ellis is a daughter of Mrs.
Elies, who is visiting Mrs. Copeland,
just now: It follows:
"August 5, 1918.
"Mother, o' Mine Have been trying
to write you but have been kept
frightfully ; busy nursing in boots
and slicker. Of course, you know
that we are at the iront and living in
lents. It is not so bad even at that.
We are bombed nearly every night.
.Several nights ago Fritz paid us ' a
visit seven times. Imagine! Just as
we would start to make the boys a lit
tle comfortable, you'd hear, the cry,
'Lights out and then every one would
be as still as a mouse until we were
able to light up again. Well, all night
these poor chaps suffered anguish, for
just as we'd go to get a hypo-ready,
along would come that awful cry,
'lights out.' However, for the past
few nights everything has been sub
lime, for Fritz, neyer comes round in
rainy weather. 'The next - time you
see the beautiful moon, do not go into
testacies over it, but think of the
souls who are trembling in fear over
here, whose very lives are in danger.
"During a recent raid I went in my
tent and walked right on a man. He
shouted, 'For God's sake, watch out,
don't walk on me.' I replied: Who is
there?' He said, 'O, is that you,
nurse? .With that he grabbed1 me
and pulled me flat on the ground, for
there is a regulation that everybody-
ill ! 11 L JVLU XXSA1X UVlllg J
shrapnel but the nurses will not ad
here to this. Anyway it was one of
the caotains. and we stayed there to
gether while this. Boche flew back and
forth over this tent. Can you imag
ine beine in total darkness with hun
dreds of wounded men absolutely
helpless, and a Hun flying above, all
round you dropping bombs. Oh, God,
it is awful. Not so much for your
self but for the helpless patients.
"If you could only fight back, but in
these air raids you are so utterly
helpless. Somehow I do not feal any
danger for myself. If it is my time
to go well, I kept my faith. You
only have one time to go, and one life
to live, and if you do your bit for suf
fering humanity you can go forward
to face your Maker feeling that all
will be well; but down in my heart I
feel, little mother o' mine, that God
will bring me back safe to you in His
own cood time. I could not tell you
about where I am as such details of
the frightfulness if I did not know so
well what a wonderful little woman
war! We may all be' home by Christ
mas, so prepare -the fatted goose.
"Believe me, Mother o' Mine, your
heart aches when you see those poor
chaps. One poor lad was shot
through and through the chest. How
I cried over him, and begged the cap
tain to do something for him, when I
felt in my heart, there was nothing to
be done. You can just make them
comfortable, and leave the rest to God,
for Certainly many d? them are be
yond human skill. This lad was a
little more than a child with his life
before him. He had a loving mother
and father and a blue-eyed sweet
heart, of whom: he talked in his de
lirium. I felt that he simply could
not die, that God in His infinite mer
cy and goodness would not let him go.
I prayed as J never prayed before for
that , boy's life, and toward morning
he really was better. Captain Crosby
01 .Mississippi, who by the way, is a
prince, said to me: Well nurse that
shows what a woman's tears will do.
Captain Crosby is perfectly ador
able to these boys. He goes through
the wards making, them comfortable,
and has spoiled them so that they will
inquire, 'Nurse, when is the captain
coming round. I want him to fix my
leg' and so on. Of course, there are
other good men, but I see more of
Captain Crosby" . because he is the
night director and, I am on night duty.
"I love these fi ghting menr yet .the
ambulance and Medical uorps men
are great. They are as gentle as wo
men with, the wounded, and the wo
men I have met are glorious. These
nurses stand up under fire as well as
any man m khaki. 1 met a Miss
Watkins of New York, an ambulance
driver, (Wonder if she is any kin of
yours? I hope so, as I know no girl
I admire more.) Ihis woman is as
plucky as they make men or women
She goes right up to the front and
brings in the wounded. She was the
first woman in Chateau Thierry after
the Germans evacuated it.
. "Have met nearly all the war cor
respondents while here which was s
treat to me. Incidentally, met Floyd
Gibbons of the Chicago Tribune, who
lost an eye at Chateau Thiery. He is
a glorious fellow, possessed of one of
the sweetest personalities I ever en
countered. I dressed his eye each day
while we were at a certain dressing
station. He has left for the States
and will make a lecture tour. I think
New Orleans is on his list, and if he
does speak there by all means hear
him, as he is one of the best informed
men of the day on the war situation.
Have not had any mail m a long
time. Write. 1 suppose we move so
much the mail could not keep pace
with us. .
"Tell the mothers over there we are
taking care of their boys!
"With a heart full of love tor you, 1
always the same. POLLY. ,
W. S 3.
PREPARING FOR BATTLE.
Beginning next Wednesday, Oct; 9,
and lasting three days, is the Polk
County Fair. Everything has -been
done that could be done in this time
of hurry, worrya nd trouble, tolnake
the Fair a success. Premiums have
been offered on a long list of articles,
and the premiums are liberal, i In
some cases articles deserving t of
premiums have been overlooked, but
just remember that this is only the
second Fair, and make due allowances
for that. Then, if you have an arti
cle worthy of exhibition bring it
along anyway, and it, will be judged,
and a premium awarded it anyway.
Lack of space forbids us saying
much that we would like to say : re
garding the Fair, but everybody is so
busily engrossed in the Fourth Liber
ty Loan Drive, and so many demands
are made upon us for space for that
cause that we are compelled to shut
everything else off short. But no ex-
ra urging should be necessarv. Ev
erybody knows that next week is Fair
week, and as many should attend as
Mr. E. W. Dedmond, superintendent
of the mineral and wood department
makes a special appeal to the people
of Polk county for specimens for ex
hibition in his department. This de
partment is a new department, but
should be one of the best. There are
many minerals in Polk county, and
who knows but that some very useful
as well as valuable mineral may Jte
unearthed on account of the Fair hav
rag this department. Bring along
anything, that looks like it was a
mineral. Also bring specimens of
timbers and show what we have left
in that line.
W. S. S.r-
Little Mattie Green spent last week
with her grandmother, Mrs. J. T.
Mr. G, R. Philips spent Sunday with
Messrs. Luther and Elijah Philips
went to Columbia, Sunday, to see
heir brother, Oscar, Sorry he is in
Miss Sue Gibbs and Mr. Reece Ar-
edge were on Pearidge, Sunday.
w. s. s
Polk County is provider of herGov-
ernor since having heard him. Sure
ly there was but -one kind of people
before him when he had finished his
excellent address, and that was Amer
icans, and more determined to be loy
al Americains. We challenge anv
state to produce a more patriotic gov
ernor than our own.
No doubt many of our people are
planning for their
Mr. L. H. Cloud, postmaster at Co
lumbus, plans to have a model "col
ony house or runners, where "boys
who are fattening cockerels for the
Fair, and those who are making trap
nests, coops and leed hoppers, may
Those exhibiting early or late pota
toes for the $2.00 State prize should
bring a half bushel smooth tubers, of
medium size, with a short report. )
there is just time enough to earn
a setting of 15 eggs by fattening five
or ten cockerels. Be surjefctf&igh
feeds each week. '
The Juniors who have been working
a war garden should not overlook the
$2.00 prize, No. 405 B, for the best
Mr. Corbin has received a supply of
entry tags from Secretary Copeland
Each Junior is urged to read the list
carefully and see if a half dozen en
tries can not be made as easily as one
Send in your exhibits Oct. 9 with
tag attached, and the committee wil
enter and place them.
W. S. S.
THE GOVERNOR' VISIT
TO POLK COUNTY
FRIENDS OVER THE .CHUT
Some Items of Genaral Interest Gathered By Our Correspondeats Fn
Sectinsi of Polk Cmmtj
exhibits at the
"air, beginning Wednesday, Oct. 9th. s
1I7 l iIj:. . -n I
vv e uupe tne xaaies win maite a spec
ial effort to help with exhibits in the
Women s Department, that we may
not only have quality, but quantity.
J hose having put up in half gallon ;0ur burg Saturday, Mr. Parsley being
Please excuse us for not reporting
for two or three weeks. We have had
a little touch of Spanish hen-fiew-end-ways,
Our boys keep going to camp. Jethr
ro Thompson and Wilkie Capps have
gone from Lynn since our last report,
and both have been home on short
leaves of absence.
The Tryon 'Hosiery Co., shut down
mill last Saturday to give all an op
portunity to go to Columbus and hear
Gov. Bickett speak. All who went
claim to be well paid for their going.
, Several of our men have gone to
Spartanburg and elsewhere to work
at the camps, and some have gone to
work m the munition
Mrs. John Rhodes has purchased a
Ford touring car.
Some of the Spmdale people were in
TVio followinc arp extracts from a
... 1 "- o . ... . , .
you are. I appreciate now you letter of Capt Lubeck, written to ms
about this war, and I know you would
rather have me here, where I can
reallv do something for these suffer
ing lads, than know that I was tucked
away in some corner absolutely safe
and away from all danger, yet doag
iner this ioh for which I am fitted.
"The other day I ran into Dr. Wil
liams. He was an interne while I
was in training and later at the Pres
bvterian Hosmtal. Well, he invited
four of the other girls and myself to
wife, in Tryon, under date of Sept. 11,
"T too hate to think of the months
. . , , 1
to come, long, long montns, ana now,
when -the cold weather is coming on
to in anH raw riavs. mud and slop, 1
certainly do wish I was back with my
three Hrls. I crot some hard candy
at the Y. M. C. A. the other night ana
went home to read. Goodness how 1
wished we were all back in the nouse
in Geneva with a wood tire- going
Mr. Ballenger's introduction of his
friend, the Governor, was a model o
what an introduction should be, bu
seldom is. The dinner provided was
another model, and the band of thirty
soldiers while not equal to an orches
tra, still did well, but in one particu
lar the affair was a failure,, and that
was the singing. "Silence" said a
visitor, "discordant silence," added
After the thirty years war which
ended in 1648 Germany had no music,
no art, hardly any civilization. They
became the best trained people in mu
sic' in the world. Haven't we as good
voices, haven't we as good under
standings as the Germans? Why do
we fail, flatly, when we try to sing
our national songs?
An attempt was made to improve
in Community Singing by meeting at
the Lanier Library at five o clock on
Sunday afternoon to sing, but so far
very few have attended. Do you pre
fer discordant ?nence to The btar
Snunsled Banner sung by proud
American voices, or will you do what
you can to improve the national
w. s. s
MILL SPRING ROUTE 1.
jars bring them in, and we will ask
the' judges to consider them.
Mrs. Elizabeth Feagans, Mr. Wal
ter Feagans, Mr. Belton Feagans, of
Greens Creek,, spent Sunday with Mr.
J. A. and O. L. Feagans.
The many friends of Mrs. E. B.
Cloudr will be glad to know that she
was successfully operated upon at
the Rutherfordton hospital, and. that
she is doing nicely.
Ihe revival held m Columbus by the
RevJ. B. Arledge is being very well
attended. Christian workers from
several sections of Polk county are
assisting, and we feel that not only
Columbus will be a better place to live
in, but other sections as well, as a re
sult of this meeting.
Misses Margaret and Bertha Can-
trell spent Saturday and Sunday with
Miss Oma Reynolds.
Mr. and Mrs. J as. Smith and twin
babies were at church here, Sundav.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Elliott received
a letter from their son, Frank, saying
he has been in the front line trenches,
'and says that things are not quiet
there. Also that he has been receiv
ing the POLK COUNTY NEWS. We
wish our people would send -in more
news to their, correspondnts that our
boys might read more about all of the
people back home.
Mr. Robert Hill, of Rutherfordton,
visited his family last week.
Many of our people went to Tryon,
Monday afternoon to hear the talk
by a returned Soldier, at the school
A committee has been appointed by
the Betterment Club to furnish a rest
room at the Fair for the ladies and
Betterment Club meets Saturday
at 4 p. m. All members are earnest
ly requested to attend, to perfect
plans for the Fair.
Mr. John Burgess was home from
Davidson College, for Governor's day.
one of the visitors.
Mr. Harrison Cannon, Jr., who
holds a position with Swift & Co., of
Greenville, S. C, visited home folks
W. T. Hammett ran down to see
home folks last Sunday.
Mr. Grey Thompson reports that
he has killed about 48 snakes in his
corn field on the mountain this sea
son. They were of all sizes and
kinds. Two big rattlers made good
their escape. Come again, Mr. Fish
top. Get ready. All roads will be going
to the Fair next week. It is to be
hoped that the weather and roads will
be as good as they are at this writing.
Mrs. John Rhodes is preparing to
have her house painted. Paint is a
good investment; hides lots of defects
and preserves the property.
A tent meeting is in progress in
our little village. Just now Mr. Rol
lins, of Campobello is conducting it,
and it is to be hoped that much good
may result therefrom.
Don't forget the Fair next jveek.
The Fair will be just as good as the
people make it.
Edgar Covil, a son of Mr. M. H.
Covil, while doing some dray work &
few days ago dropped a match, caught
fire in a wagon where some oil had
been spilled, and then in spite of his
efforts to extinguish it, caught his
overall, and before he could realize he
officers captured some illicit . distiller
ies in the rattlesnake section ofi Polk
and Henderson counties, last -week.
Perhaps j they thought no moreraedi
cine for 'rattlesnake bites would be
needed this year.
Mrs. Posey Henderson, visited Miss
Flora Bradley, Sunday eve.
E. J. Bradley .was summoned do at
tend court at Hendersonville, this
Posey Henderson is going to Spar
tanburg with another load of apples
Jasper Bishop was in Saluda, Sat
Corn is reported as not being as
good as I it seemed before the fodder
Several squirrel hunters kept the
sanctity !of the Sabbath broken all day
Sunday, j by the noise of their guns.
There is large game, in France, and
those hunters should be sent? there.
We hear many, people say that T.
C. Laughter's cotton is not - only the
best they have seen this, summer, but
is the best they.ave seen anywhere.
w. s. S-
Mr. Roy Smith, of Georgia, and
Miss Bessie Toney, of Sandy; Plains,
were married a short distance -from
here, last Thursday evening. As Mr.
Smith iis expecting to go into training
soon the wedding was a very quiet
one, but their many friends wish, them
mifch happiness, nevertheless.
Mr. Arthur Waldrdop arid Miss Lil
lie Tate, of Chesnee, were quietly
married last Tuesday evening. Mr.
Waldrop started for the training
camp the following Friday.
Mrs.jEmma Shehan, of. Clifton, vis
ited her sister, Mrs. Waldrop, last
week-end. She has lately received a
letter from her son, Archie, .to the ef
fact that he had - landed safely in
France, and enjoyed the voyage
Mrs;. Mary Morris is visiting -relatives
at Clifton,' this week.
Mr.i itowiana reagan- is home on
furlough from Camp -Hancock,. Ga.
days of their honeymoon ;with.4he tat
ter's aunt and unele, Mr. and Mrs.
Eld. W. A. Reed was over in Ruth-
was badly burned on, the leg, and at lJZ 8 ' ttl'uruay
nvi f ! T") IT ic nrkf nKln Antxr AT1 I V ' .
wHuu ncius ait; wiuie auu every
dinner at an old chateau where he. is Piaying cards in front of the fire,
stationed with an Ambulance Corps,
Well, anvwav the cut elass and linen
looked good to us after eating from
tin Dlates and bare tables. You see
the ooor French neoDle flee from
crunching on hard candy, the way we
used to, and the old patnepnone go-
-r 1 i 1 1 nknninrann
mn 1 nvpn 1 lira ii 1 a. uiivuvj,iik
over here' that sounds as good as the
Pathe. The Y. M. and K. J. ana sai-
their homes, leaving everything as it Vation Army have phonographs for burg, last week
stands. This is an - experience uc
.can never foreet, groping p round
tVe dark, reaching round, for your
oo.d. and eatinsr it in pitch darkness
We i?ave regular dav and night forces ,-nv themselve
but w hen a rush of . wounded comes, those things.
, wny an nanas iau to.
"We are closer than any unrses
have yet been to the front. There was
Home debate as' to whether or not we
hut we all beecred so hard
and the doctors needed us so badly
that finally we were allowed to do so.
as the line advances, so ao we.
Misses Letha Barber and Clara Ed
wards attended services at Lebanon
Sunday 'morning, and were guests of
Miss Eliza White.
Mr. Ernest Gibbs was a caller m
this section. Sunday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Powell
a babv boy.
Mr. Tolbert made a trip to Spartan,
fh men. an d of course the records Mr. Bert Edwards visited in ooutn
The bovs eo in Carolina. Saturday and Sundav,
nnH sit there for hours, listening w jyir. ana Mvirs. j. 1. Mwaros mwc a
nlH stale records and apparently en- Dusmess trjp 10 jvutnenoraum,
The . officers don t dav last week.
UV . LJltJV. . . I . . i .
Tho hest. we eret is Mr. Garner SkinDer was m tnis
, 1 4- Ciin4oite in Tne I eortinn Hnrtav
a, uuuu . . , , 1 I . 1 1 r
,,ov0 where evervbodv. "iroes ana iviisses Alice ana mamie
We all call the
Thev 'don't seem to mma tne
Rut now that the gang is all
going forward for the big push, I
o-ness we won't get a band concert
vf Rnndav. and I really hate to
' 1 , w J . ' .
uj iavA - little mere . of shrapnei 4.i,;i, f the slaughter for tne next
pkked up from one of the recent raids month. Men mean nothing now, and
and shall have a ring maae 01 it iui here jn the omce, oniy a snurt wajro
, Vic front, we are expecting
daily that we shall be blown off the
map. By the time this letter reaches
vrii if I vr rer tn pans.
! almost forcrot to tell VOU that fif
teen of our nursea were detached from
were guests of Miss Bernice Wilson,
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Shehan, of cam
pobello, visited at .A. A. Edwards ,
Mr. Bert Edwards has purchased a
mule and buggy. Look out girls.
W. S. &
PEA RIDGE '
Rev. Wright filled his regular ap
pointment at Cane Creek Sunday. He
delivered a good sermon.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Taylor visited
Mrs. U. S. Gibbs, Sunday.
Most of the Sunny View school at
tended memorial services at White
side Valley, Sunday. Among the in
teresting: features of the program was
an address made by Judge Justice, of
Miss Bertha Dalton went to her
home church, Saturday to assist in
decoration and musical program for
memorial services which were held in
honor of the eleven boys who are
Misses Lizzie Williams and Anme
Wilson,, Messrs. Ralph Edwards and
Frank Mills enjoyed a trip to Chim
ney Rock last week.
Quite a number of men here have
received their questionnaires. We
hope peace will come before they
are needed in actual services.
Miss Kansas Jackson and little
Clio Feagan called to see little Mar
tha Jackson, Sunday.
Miss Lizzie Wilson spent Monday
night with Miss Anna Wilson.
Several from here went to. Colum
bus, Saturday to hear the Governor.
All report a nice time.
Mr. Hobart Whiteside is now in
Camp Stuart, Va.
Mr. Reuben R. Wilson has landed
in England. He reports a nice trip
across the sea.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jackson attended
services-at Cane Creek, Sunday.
Miss Mafircrie Jackson spent last
week with her sister, Mrs. Belton
Messrs. Terrell Taylor and Willie
Mills, of Noodlesville passed through
this section Sunday.
Mrs. A. J. Dimsdale visited her
daughter Mrs. F. R. Coggms, Sunday
Mrs. N. E. Williams and family vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bennett,
Miss Clara Feaeran was a pleasant
caller at Mr. N. D. Helton's, Friday
' Oh, yes, Mountain View, we are
ahead of you for we have organized
this writing is not able or duty.
damage to wagon.
Why not have a POLK COUNTY
NEWS correspondents' convention at
the rair next week, and have a few
minutes" talk on boosting the county
paper ? We suggest that if this sug
gestion meets with the approval that
ye editor will give notice of the time
and place of same.
All manufacturing enterprises of
the county should have a display of
their products at the Fair next week.
At this writing, if all signs and re
ports are true, a wedding is close at
hand in this village.
W. S. s.
bodyjhas a job now.
Mr. Joe Hendersony of 'Mill ; Creek,
attended Sunday school here, Sunday
Mr. Heber Carson visited his
Mrs. Etta Branscom, last week,
j W.'S. 8
TRYON ROUTE 1.
Most of the people from here went
to Columbus Saturday, to hear "Our
Governor." Every one reports a nice
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lewis and Mr.
and Mrs. J. . H. Gibbs attended a
"Fifth Sunday" meeting near Ruther
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dicus and fam
ily are visiting Mrs. L. C. Gibbs at
this writing.! '
and Mrs. Drew
Good bye, Summer, hello to Fall..
Many on the route flockd'to hear
the! great speech given by our Gover
nor Saturday. All from "J.: D. Rock
feller up" weighed well what he had
to j say, but some with tear-dimmed
eyes weren't quite J. D's. rival, only
wished they could buy Liberty Bonds
and help the boys on to Berlin.
Mr. Ray Edwards left, Friday, for
IMiss Leatha Barber was the pleas
ant guest of Miss Clara Edwards for
a rf ew days.
j Miss Nellie Champion was the
guest fo Miss Octa Pack, who will be
off to school at Saluda, tms week.
! As students of the - poultry school
at Columbus, if we will follow the
rules and instructions given b Prof.
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Helton were
made happv last Sunday night by the Ivy, we will soon have pure bred poul-
arrival of a little girl, Ethel. try throughout the state, and hens
Miss Esther Gibbs visited Stearns I will be digging with both feet and
a snelliner match for the old folks
Mr Mk v. fl Thnmnenn snent I Come .around some rriday and see
Base Hosnital Unit 24. and
Evacuation Hospital No. 6, where we
are .at present.
vou history will be made of the hard
firht of the war. The prepara
tions are tremendous. No one knows
These lads are wonderful! Be proua how mucn tnere is to oe uuu
vi. a Tiiaw ar n,..uosfnl rarrvmff ..out oi certain
.uui t vj ix axe ail f&xx.vx . i - .
so brave and so loyal, absolutely fear
less, and they are going to win tWs
(Continued on page 4)
last week at Gaffney. S. C.
Mr. andMrs. M. C. Gosnell spent
last week-end in Spartanburg.
Mr. J. B.! Dalton and son, Otis, wenc
to Rutherfordton. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Walker spent
Sunday with W. G. Splawn.
High School, Monday, also attended
the speaking at Tryon by an Ameri
can soldier from Connecticut, who had
been gassed in battle.
Mr. Claude Lewis has returned
J 1 1 Ml
home, alter spending a tew days in
he A. & M. college, at West Raleigh,
Miss Esther Gibbs has closed her
school for a few days and is visiting
Mr. Andy Gibbs visited Mr. J. H.
Mr. Clarence Gibbs who is working
at Gaffney, spent the week-end with
his mother, Mrs. L. C. Gibbs.
Misses Mabelle Pack and Carrie
Barber were guests of Miss Annie Ed
Messrs. Frank Edwards and Floyd
Toney spent Saturday night with Mr.
Leader for Christian Endeavor next
Sunday, Miss Esther Gibbs.
Mr.' and Mrs. Jesse Splawn spent
Sunday with the latter's parents.
Miss Grace Arledge who is attend
ing Stearns High School, spent Sun
day at home.
Quite a number from here attended
the revival service at Columbus, last
Just think, the Fair is right here
filling shells like high-igeared muni
Mrs. J. W. Jack entertained an old
friend immensely by having .her little
ones write, arithmetic stories at her
school room just before the poultry
school opened last Friday.
' Mr. Taylor Whitesides killed a mad
We must not forget ta give the mil
itary band, soldier boys, our united
thanks and regards for- the -splendid
music given by them at Columbus,
Mr. and Mrs. B. F.. Nance-and fam
ily were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. B.
w. s. s
SALUDA ROUTE 1.
Miss Inez Sentell, of Haywood. N.
C, is down visiting Miss Laura Rus
sell for a few days. i
Messrs. Willie arid Lafayette Hart,1
from Greenville, S. C.f spent ithe night',
with. their uncle. and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. G. Henry Pace, last -week.
Born to Mr. and "Mrs. Amos Gosnell,
a son, last Sunday morning. Look
Miss Angie Stanton-spent: the even-
Wre hope that Mill Spring will be well ing with Miss Nellie -Ward. -last Sun-
representea, doui witn people ana 1 aay.
them comine with their blue back
spelline book and hear them spell in-
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The young people of Sunny View
enjoyed a number of social events last
We hope that each one will make a
great contribution to the Fourth Lite
erty Loan. Remember we are only
loaning this money to help the boys
who are giving their lives for our own
liberty. - I
Mr. Luther. Stanton' was in Saluda.
last week, on business. ..'
Mr. J ethro Pace - spent t one night
witn iur. wcnara.i'ace,' last week.
Mr. . BurreL Turner. of fTiflrerville. a.
C., made a business visit rto J. Henry
Pace, last Tuesday.. '
' Mr. J. M. Pace and familv snent tho
day with Mr. Louis i Davis, last Sun
T-. W. Bradley sung for the Sunset ' Messrs. J. B. GosneUrand Snnrceon
View class Sunday night. Ward spent the "day with Mr. Richard
we hear it rumored that revenue ace, Sunday;,. . , . ;