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VOL. XXIV NO.
52.00 A YEAH
We-ish you a happy . and, prosper? day.rUis auto vrecked ' with him
ous new year. .,..- caustngthe injury. - . -
Christmas was very quiet ,1m our Werafe sorry -to report that ;Mr.
little -village save a, httle" evidence of Robert' Wegtbrook has gone insane -romc
booze;. r ' ; y; " ; . Mr. J.VT. Waldropwho is employed
The hosiery mijl 'shut down or the at-a lumber plant- at Pomarifi C
holidays on.7..tfte .' ' vtingis family ere,; during the
day,, Dec. 30th.' Mr. Gregg ofRuth- - Mrt WO. Morris, 'of Unio'ii.'S. C.
erf ortfton and Miss Bertna.tienderson visited ' relatives in this town, during
of Henderson county, axe the. teachers Ghristmasv. 1 : - lit
in charge. t . -; v wMJom Johnsn andMisstCPeari
Mrs. W. J. Ballard .of this town, re- Keedere Stnarned or, 'Hriatmak day;
ceived letters recently from, her hus-. .the Christmas holicUivC - H?
iand saying that he. was well and to iMr Bob: Sanders, of .Win&tom&lem
the good, having gone oyer the top Visited "relatives in this section during
several times and Teturning safely; the 'holidays." v r F ci
Mr. Ballard is in the famous 30th di- x iMrand Mrs. Claueilbertlhave
vision. - ;y 1 , - --J ' ; - v moved back-to the old home nlade. .
During, the r Itolidays , there . have. , There were' a few little Ohristmaa
en &uite an exchange of visits, and J trees in 'Our town, Christmas evfii
some- visitors we; have-not cbeen ble Mr. S, S. Lawter's mother, nMrs.
to mention. v" - rr ;- A ' &t Sarah Lawter, of Coole Springs, is
Mrs:1 T. A. Rippy? returned last wesk very low. ',--': v.-- ' j -
from Columbia; -where she had ihe flu cases -have nll recovered,
been .on a: visit oif several weexs. -;i ana na new ones tleveloned 'yet.
, Miss Ularnie Holbert, who is , m 1 he box supper for r last -Sat iirday
school at Boiling Springs, N. C, made nihgt was called off. , -
a short, visit to home folks, .during the . Mrs. Ruth-Benn?U;who lias been
nolidays.t;v.i;;-i-C-;-1 r--i vv; sick, is recovering.' ;
Mr.. Lewis ,Blackwell. and family, of Mr. James " Waldrdn accombanied
Spartanburg, . visited friends and rei-1 his uncle, W. O. 'Mlorris, to Union, S.
atives : during vtha.hoUdaVs.' VI I where he will ;be employed iat ; a
Mrs. ; Holland, of New Prospect, S. C. I Mr. J esse Jones had the"' misfortune
visited- H; -C? Cannbn's family last 1 of breaking an ;. arm. one dav 5- last
Spndayl; &'?f-l ': V V? J week. He was y cranking ; his Ford
Sunt Vfl t.1, Hammett visited home i when the accident happened.-
folks tat InmahS-iC.",. during the hoi- Mr. R.: O. Steadman has the f.Ten-,
Sclirt of Lclk Omn Jr
f SILVER CREEIS. ,
Son tUmi of Generml Interest Gather J By 'Oiir lletrWi
, 4 r.
. '.fl"- -'.
' 'Mr Spprgebn Arledge" spent", un-ii
day night at Mr." William Green's;.
Mr, . George Mitchell . died at the
ho.meoof ' jMr. '' Avery:Halfordf last
Saturday evening. ; ,
.i 'mrs- vaiiie - xiauoro: cuea last ues
dayJ'aV her home hear Green' rivr.f.
We are glad to learn that: it was ?a
mistake; about the death of oneof vrxf
N. C. boysi Mr. Grover Thompsorf, o
rearidge. r,, :;
;Mr.-Will?T: Green has V returned
from Camp1 Sherman', Ohio also- Mr.
James Bursress. - r - .vvx
i Dr. Twitty and Clarence Justice
were in' this, community 'Sunday. 4 Jr.
Twitty was called in to see "some" pa
tients with the flu;;: - 7"
;-jMrs. Dora Arledge spent last week
end at the home of her daughterMrs,
Jesse SpJawn.. cv;
Mr.'H.- M& Foster'- and. son spent .the
past week at his farm on .Green river.
Misses Charity Wifliams aud,Mary
Ann iiraouey-wei-e guests onthe ?route
Sunday. - ,i
?EvtrvbUdv in this ' section . Enjoyed
tM CftsteslioHdays- torthe fullest
: i- A" thinner ofounff oeonle enjoyed
ew hours of amusing games at pne
home of m. A jawaras, ? aaiuruay
? MissesMossie aoVDoreas-Edwards
and Bessie Thomson -i Vfsjted V. in
Rutherford county -Friday, ana tsatur-
day. TV j'--. !?-' ;?';;t"-w$
6valee; )ent Sunday' afternoon with!
Mrs.fUatrie mawaras. - ; i
1 Priva-Aden Greeny returtied .ifenie
A 1A. s&awaras ,maae 'a Dusiness
" ' : coLtrtiBirs.
Stearns "High" School' opened, M6n
day again, dfter '."having stopped a
week; for ;Chrjstmas. -.v
- Miss Emhia MdNirich' stient Christ
mas tvith her1' parents at home. .
''Misses Marie " Burgess : !;and Vada
McMutray, of Elon-college, are spend
ing Christmas-at-home. V; ;
f Mrs. Brown and children left last
week for their new home in Newberry
S.'C;4!V-'- ' .-.!:' T..
: Miss Mamie Tavlor. ' Of X WashhlS-
tonNf C.i is th6iguestrof:liss ftlarie
Matie Btirgessthis week - - '
MiL.TH. Cl6ud,Hvho has-been, at
work et Paris- Island, isnbwat home.
- After' sehdin'g a ' few" daJjrs with
Miss MSe Mills Miss j Pearl . Keenan
left fpr her home in Rocky Ford Coloi
r Miss 'Elizabeth Witherspoon, i. who
KaS1eeri r visiting h.er aunt, Mrs. Bai
ley; in Columbus,' returne'dto Brevard
School "today. f v -: "
Setoff C. L. McFarland spent a ; few
days in Asheville last week:
SMr4Johnie Carnegie, who has been
trio to wolumbus, Monday.-:
f vSoiryfto note;that Aunt EliaaJack-i in military training, is -now at home.
son ionesicKiist. vzsHWi''1
JVli6s 'llossie Edwards . spent 'Mbii-f
day iftiioon with Mrs.-Lula Ogle, 5,
redisrhuch success and; Happy vew
' ' Dr? and Mrs. E.. M. : Salley and fam
ily sfent the Christmas holidays with1
relatives in- Laurenburg, vS." C.: f ,
Miss, Bessie Sonnerris ..home from.
schbol for .thef Christmas . holidays,
and seems . to be having a good time. . ;
Mr. John Coates his, returned from
St. -Petersburg, Fla.; for a visit- to
Tiis 'o)d home in Saluda -r; : ' :
Mr.' Willie Cullipher, n6w"W' assist- -ant
Engineer on one of the "steamers '
plying' bstween Norfolk, Va.7and "New 1 :
lorK; is norae on a vacation, anai is
having a busy time with -friends i in-'
Satuda, his sisters Nare entertaining
an old school mate and fellow 7 stu- 4 .
dent of ' Saluda 1 SeminaryMfts i Sara
McKenzie,'of Winston-Salem, and ?are
keeping the house warm and "lively.
A Christmas dinner party was given s
by their parents to celebrate the ,occaJ '
sionand all who we're present enjoy-' -ed
thegood things provided, -to c the
fullest' ext6at;: ! - ' l.: ;
Mr. ! Lonnie B61ick,ywhoaduated
at Trinity College, Durham, jgC -last
year,- but who ishow anEhsign f
in th-Nary, made a short' Visit to" Sa.',
luda,- his former . home, . . arid . has f a
MrZEzra Constant, who has
Englttid,'; has returned home.
burg ..C, Visited home folks Christ
" The Voiihg ' ' people 'of 'Columbus
haveenjoyed several "parties- during
good1 dear to say of his experienc'es. on ;
jhip nliv. His elder brother: Bmn ' .
very bad: this
H.;C. Rhodes. f; Anderson; S. C C; time. - v-;; , i v - - ; v
spent the holidays, irf Lynn. 4H VrWe had -a 'V very - quiet: ' (&ristmas
Karl ... Underwood ', and . Marlriey I here I no booze or disorder, and not
HooHeis Ijave taken positions in -V the I much shooting..'. It is hoped that the j
hosiery: milL at Jelico, Tenn. leaving people will learn, sometime, tq ob
for that place5 last- Saturday; s serve the .birthday, of. the . Prfnce V of
r- Hon., Wz F. Swannv Representative, Peace in adecerrt manner, and Cnot
will leave in a few; days to be counted like he. was: some great warribr;:",. 'v
andrecorded being present at roll A light snow fell. here onXSaturday
51 S e S v Gome to bur party
S?; t'M Beai6pilp !des ;
Attention: Quite a dangerous looJcri;
ing place washed out Iduring- the last
.big jin,' at the Skyufca; bridge. The
damage should; be repaired ;Vat once.
It -misKt; vei'someeHo
RESOLUTIONS 5)F- SYMPATHVi
; morning"; .but" directly the
out and melted it off.
UREE ROUTE 2.
: S :
Mimosa Lodge, j Mp, 256; L 0; 0 F.,
Whereas; it has1 pleased Almighty Wi?'-.
. Hope the flu will soon die j ' out so
we . can have": Sunday -school and
preaching; .' '''' -' '
' Mr. and Mrs. W. " H.f Iiedbetter ' and
small son al have the flurr Hope they
will nnnn h Tin n can ". i . v 1
beloved and esteemed brother, vLee.li. " tao:-xu. yrJ wi
Fisher. Therefore be it
Resolved ; 1st, that while we mourn
the loss of our departed brotiier, we
hope that our Joss is hs ctemal ga;n.
2nd; thit wt- extend to the bereav
ed family our deepest sympathy.
that a copy of 1 these
tions .be spread on our minutes, and
one jsent to the fNorth Carolina Odd
Fellow, one to the Polk County News,
also.aicopy sent to the family.
had the influenza vbut is getting along
finel -r AM-r'' -v.v
Mr. Charlie . Flynn ' has 1 returned
home from .Union . Mill schooL
Mr. Thurl Skipper and family vis
ited Mr. Joe Shehan and Mrs. Addie
Skipper last week.
Mr. And Mrs
callers at Mr. . A. iN Whiteside's last
B. Parker , were
W. W. Ballard,
V Conieto ourparty ott Halloween,
f Phosgene sweet Megfperitep
A grewpme pasK, so ea- your
I the holidays.
MrJ? A. ' L: Pitman' uahd famfly 1 have
m i iiKivpij txi inp r npw nnmp .in ijomm-
3 I --Mr.. Ralph McFariand, sfrom ; Camp
I T-rkl-L. Z " 4.T Z 1 1 1 ,
jacKson is, visiting in voumous. t
nl! I moved" to Columbus J :, : 7 " .
NrrTTJfiittyabT - v" - lOl Mr; . j; k. bams is .spending. uhnst
OttqJWeen, ii Pnlas with his dauffhter at 'Mars HilL v
spooks, maistpas;des snoops, n r- 'eS' sw
, 7 ifet r. rl1Wa8msItmehnCkIumbllsllrln&the
y Christmas, vacation.- '.i'!.'u-V;.:vii.U
! I t fMrs. ,T. M. Johnson ;.and children
; v'..- ? : ro spent' last week at I their' home in Aif-
S : tS -Born to Mr d "MrsjVHutch-
, -; hew' home 'about 'one' hiile ;. froW Co-
: u r lumous, last weeic.i
MILL SPRINGKOUTE J2.
his graduation a professor of mathe
matics, is how also an rEnsign 'tt the ; "
navy -. ; ' J-7-.-
Dr and: Mrs. Little treated a few
friends to some Christmas coodies at
teir1 home on Christmas . evening : " .
. wm iuia. uuauucu cnwruuueu . . .
Mr. and IMrs. 4 Lane and Miss Louise ,
Lane, Sunday at their hew home :bn ' -G6dshaw
hilVTryoriNC. wSxa '
The' towni - of Saluda hasV'rfiently,'.'
Abated a $3,000 bond, issue for .water- i '
works improvements, and the Caro- -
jUna State Bank has taken" them over '
an ' ajjermanent investments ' ' J ,
" Mr. and JVlrs. '.Walter Jones ahd.ht-
tie daughter, Catherine, were - ghosts '
of the Corwiths, at- their 'beautiful , .
home;-Overbrook Orchard, onhrist-3
ma dayv-v . J wr'
A forty gallon blockade, still was , -brought
:in today, having ; been capi '-,,
:tured. by the revenue officers.' but , as v '
usual the ; blockaders escaped. '
: The Sunday school of :the . Baptist ;
church gaVe a J highly1. ; enjoyable ?
Christmas " tree .? entertainment on
Christmas eve, r which rave .much
pleasure '..to all who- participated,;
W he children. of the Methodist , .
Cldus on ' ThUrs- .
Come to our party oii Halloween,
. The mystic maze qf dleri days '
Awaits you there, tie fi de f er-r
Out in No Maifs mm
Comedo our party on HSlloween ;
: No tin WillieVf or AbriBilly,
Fini vin blink, hair Witr&ut kink
j Outln No Mis Lan.
Gome to our partv oh riailoween;
v Come not by flay, mas a-pied,
N-auvais terrain pour Lfnousine
Out in No Man's Lahi
Rev, pale, of Xhestf r, S. C, but for
' many ears a misionary to Mexico,
has concluded a series of very inter
esting! evangelistic meetings at Hill
crest. Institute, j 1 1
Revi Mr. Hunter, the new principal
at Hillprest, has gone to Charlotte to
bring his: family to their new home.
Missj Maude Coxe has ' gone to
Ashville to spend thej holidays.
Misses Alma High and Nellie Brian
have gone home for the Christmas
holidays. ' Y ' -! j " ' - '
Mr.fand Mrs. Crowell Bridges are
spendiing Christmas in Wake county.
Privates Roland Feagans, KeUben
Mrs. Sue Foyster and Miss
Whiteside visited Mrs. Maude
nell last week.
The water has been-very swift on
Broad river since the rains. A war
gon. one mule and load of sweet pota
toes went to the m bottom yesterday.
One mule was cut loose or both mules
would Jiave drowned instead of one.
Mr. Garner Skipper Tvas a caller at
Rock Spring school house yesterday
afternoon. , i :''
Messrs. Garviniand Virgil Skipper
made a business trip to Rutherfordtori
yesterday. ' I ; . - . .
b " ; , :'
TR YON ROUTE 1.
- i V ...-; t "SV I 'Mam AMI I aAM i "
k!! arge - crowa -aijenaeq ; . ounqajr fidaV school' vtermA hanVi
II I dlKnnl I'rtAnaF ' ' I In rS 1UD '"." i. ' I s ' rr.
1 -SSr " y ICZZl ZXij C- ym? f rom Santa Claus on :T.
g&z?&& dayxntohtThet Christmas -tree was
cli Santa Clans himr
, A Happy Ne
world over. The
since the birth of
gone, and now we
Year to all, the
Christ has come and
wait to see what
Come to our party qn Hjalloween;
Invitatioh? . pe nb fiit rein
There's no M. P. tobpcal the glee
Out in No Man's Latd.
CollaTiL. Rov Smith. Sam Wilkins and the next year will bring; and pray the
Howard Brian have received their world will be living in i still greater
discharge from the army, and are peace and happily at home again
aaiuruay anu ounuay ax, ivir. in. ej. gejf i .
iiffcc rwiwJ Ghurck of the Transfiguration
-Mr. Press Ownby and Mts ATrom- Christmas t I entertainment was
r ne Jackson were married 'on
HI Titesday. . ;,. i . f -
31 J Missf Bertha Dal ton passed through
A '9if rsf rAnt f nllri 'Wtihai1 tr
1 wi37 Iast,oh.her way old yW but ahd If 'new year in, but .
to Mill Sonncr. 1 z 4.. a.J:..T . vl. vv
re; iMhC?A 1)1 v. v' W has inu store; fbAihem;.
g W Mn MrsT- M. lynch visited p. H. Bailey's UsuaUJAnile is .one -H
Mr. and Mrs. J. y. Price, on last ;-u HavA .
Mrs.- Belt Jackson is v
sweet little! girl ' at his j home.
Five car j loads . of, f
Gibbs. last Sa,Hay.;. : fCT U&FiTl',
Mrs. Bertha Womack . visited rcla-
tm s in this section last :week.
Kisses i Annie Wilsdn 'arid . 'Maggie
Jacksah, speht Wfedhes'day' hight with
jy5' jAytsited kve not paid the annual
"V"', i141"" vrituciu, v dollar. are i asked
Mr. ! Aden Green has returned home
from the camp .with an honorable dis
charge. V- .
. -. : 0
POLK ! COUNTY' Rl
The drive for. 1919
not yet over in the co.
Some on the route are busy making
little aprons for the rolk County Ked
Cross Chapter, j
The Christmas tree at Mill Spring
was very well 'attended and enjoyed,
especially . by those who smoked and
played with .dolls.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shankle spent
Christmas with home folks on the
route. . . -'-I'M"..- i .
- . '
home of E. B.
night. . j
Mr. and Mrs. Rice and family spent
. 1 ! Jai. wr' riu
'as given at the
home for Christmas.
Misses Janie Love and Mabel Pos
ton iive gone to Statesville Jfor the
holidays. ". j .i, j -. '...
A Christmas-tree and beautiful pro
gram was given by the students at
Hillctest Institute,! last Friday.
Miss Julia Abrams is visiting home
folks! i- I - ... .;:"'....
Mr. and Mr. J. H. Brian and son,
Howard Briaif : visited relatives in
Spartanburg county last week.
Mr. Howard Brian hsis' gone to Ak
ron,, Ohio for Ian indefinite stay.
I wish to most emphatically contra-
. diet h;he report that Red Cross work Christmas day with Miss Sallie Car
ers in the Christmas drive keep irom penter.
- 25 dents- to7& cents out of evei-y ooi; Mr. Goforth and family have moved
lar paid. One hundred cents out .01 Kings Mountain. We regret their
every aoiiar p turnea over to to me departure. . Wei need more. good far
v 7ZiS cnPr auu uBCU mers instead of . losing one.
j.or nea Vross.worK. i ao not snow
-whftthef this (report is being spread
through malice. or ignorance, but cer
tainly all well informed, fair minded
; persons must know the. utter falsity
t .2 T iL.l A1-.
' ui i suppose uiav uierc iuc
plel who cannot comprehend disinter
ftstted work, but it seems to me we
v,o have homes and healthy food and
- victory can jdo noi less, than our best
10 those whose needs are so great,
J arud whose fate but for the grace of
I God; might have been ours; '
Come to our party (n Halloween ;
I Some -reflections, no Inspections,
Anyone tutestfun lbonscdut
Out in No Man's Laid.
Come to our party
No charades, bull
'Twill be such fun jo bg a Hun
Come to our party
!Tis strictly Psta
Frit? will croak wHenf
- Out in No Man's
MEL VIN ' HILL.
jM4rried,rat. the residence of. Elder
I Gjso.T A. Branscom, on. Saturday, Dec.
' 21st, Mr. Willard Bennett, of Ram-.
seytown, and Miss .Mae Higgins, 'of
Melvin HiU. ,-,;:, .,
Private i Benjamin P. . Morris of
; Camp Hancock, Ga., arrived home on
Sunday before t Christmas. i. t -li i U
J Mr. S. S. Lawter's little son Dew
ey, was taken to ; Rutherf ordton hos-
pitaj on Christmas day, arid . operated
. M J AS ; ' J ' A ' A'.
yu i,UA-tipjcnaiu5, j&na at iasv ,ac
0lts wm Com wejl, k ;
Manv friends! of Misses Clara Pearl
and Essie Edwards met Monday eve
at the home of I Miss Clara, to ,give
them a farewell party. - An ex
ceedingly nice time is reported. They
Mrf!all . of .Hendersonville. will
iff ffJfoAa&'mnYnmv- far Brevard be at Cooper Gap, Sunday night.
n.uA.i .. 1 ivi 1-- iinnnes'uiuwu . iuu awv. .t
-Wi. - ' I. . r J 1
- . 1 . -r,. -mj 1 hnma from uamc AiancocK. , va.
Mr. waiter ana miss jmsio xawaras rvi rj. ci- - .r Mi
. . - 1 1 . 1 w pi 11 1 1 11 v neiia cue oiaiiiiut.'A
spent a portion ot the ; nonaays - in - xvjtv Mis OHfe Ceai
UOWansville, fc. W r.V ,waW,nKtim'1v . married. RundaM.
Several homes are made happy-by Uw 99 . Alsn Mr. Daniel vRuff an
the returning of their soldier boys: J Miss Myrtle Melton. , We extend corf
! A prosperous New Year is our wish 1 crratulations. ... , , c T ' I
for the NEWS. f i ' : ; niad to nits that Mrs. Fred r Gibbs
o , ' ' r I is"iraproyJtngA';: i: '
It is reported that Villa' is. Planning ' Mr.. Clarence Gibbs andl-sister!
ha'i rtrian I Stearhs ' at ftTrydri , "hs soon : !;
M;ssMae r lentyp, r iryon. and Mr
A. F. Corbin. of Mill Smring. have
done active and valuable work in the .'
membership drive. In! i 1 ; 4 v;
All who have shitts but are" asked
Miss Myrtle Taylor spent Saturday to s!nltm !? at ds the shlpr
night with Miss Nettie Davis. - v ; mVV2 tL'- 4;Va'-; -'i:-
Miss Bessie Thompson and. brother, ""."Yi TtU1' 'Vv-5"
r .1 nrj,. nj cans lor wont, oui reiugee garments
nni are sadly needed just how;- ITie Polk
Miss Mossie Edwards spent Christ- v'uu,,'i ry wim;tJiwj,:
mas ! holidays with Miss Bessie "" vner,ia.ovcr.-jip
xhomnson " iii.ia , cvivhj .uguivn'-.lvu
Bramlett Thompson left for Bre
a "demonstration"; to see :what :: the Mattie Fay, and Annie. Lee, vfere via
United States will . do. Villa's "dem- itors in this section during thte holi
onstrations" mean the' torturing: of a davs. -:;;..:?:-C: -;l
few defenseless men and women, loot
ing of stores and a reign of terror
generally.-; We have a ; few gentlemen
just vtturning from Europe who have
been. put?ng down such "demonstra
tions:? over there that -wauld. moie
k-iov vhat' they think, of such. "dVir
;;onntions,V: : . ,
Mrs. Pearlie Haynes, of Ure-i route
21 aiient Saturday' m"ght,vnthher
eoiisin, Miss Annie Wilson. '-y
Mrs. G. S. Wihiteside visited KMtS.
Fred Gibbs, Saturday. ... X I
; Mr JJC: Whiteside and in. . Otis,
passed through this section, jSaturday
en route nu 01a aumt piuc. . .
aprons must be made at once.' , These
. ii j. ... 1 i i. . l. jL 11.
vard school Monday. 1 . : f; CS ana.caa oe;nau oi,w
Lu.iD Tiff xtvtI-j J a ii,.rjn head of the women's work in the dif-
spentlchristmas at E. G.teiompson's. Jfitft0?
! Misses Mae Gertrude Philins and Tl70n- These two, hundred, and seVr
NettieDavis spent Friday gutfat fCTS M
Miss Iva ' Gosnell has
tions to the Red.Crpss
iMr. A. H.rLynchmade, a trip
fMl. and Mrs. Walter Haynes ,were
.4:a. ..-! t ; r:uu c,,..ir
iPnvate Reuben K. Wilson who is
silver there" reports that he was in
tfce ArgOnne drive, and !that; it was
te -fartherest drive north made by
tie Americans. He also 'Wpbrts hat
h is iiow Aiarchihg through Gefrhany
Mjr. Ia. t. searcy naa rne misiorxune
lose his barn; cow iand hogs, by fire,
oe. night last week. " ;
.Miss Lirie ?WiHiasas the guest
Amie:TOri, Smiday; ; t
L. JacksbhV Siino. ';"- ,3; .:
Si Mr. T.I P. Brown and - family . are
3On to leave " for. Tennessee, ' where
ey Will Duy"a...farm.45;v
iChrpT DVWitt BItoAi t at
Raritaii, N.vj; reports Vthat the
thete ill: iibt Jbe;- aschirged
next stiminer. w :
r. and Mrs. Henry McKre are .vis
iting friends and relatives in Savan
nah, Ga. and expect to be gone about
two .months, i:, . - i - ;,;;v.-;
..Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Turner are
snendine the hblidavs ih"? Wilmiriirtotl
N. iC.; with'thfe nieces of ithfeV latter;
Mrs: - Campbell? and sister.- Mrs.
Killian, are visiting : relatives ; in Ches
te. S. C. V -: S r yr i
Mrs. John Hearon has gone to Vir
ginia, her old home, to remain six
wfeeks1 drimore',. yJ 'J
LET'S HAVE MUSICAL ORGANI
ZATIONS. ' , :
so everybody is asked to'talce'a hajid.
lSi V Jt ' .(. . . uj'AiA.
rofnmo1 I xvememDer me xwea Cross coniLaues
A WV.A. MW I . T l t- , . A .
t.ivj T-u- o n r war or no war. us Dusmess - is
iiouiq Arum Aiimwi, o. j. i r,a1- f baij' TAU
vMii J. B. Dalton visited at Brevard " "" DU1 Y, DWiV"T
Tii'peHflv I y lase your irouoie? . anu i quo
Misses Pearl, Essie and Clara iLd
wards have returned to Brevard
school. - ! ; ; . ,.
Polk county is well .represented at
Brevard institute, twelve having eii
rolled from this county.
Mss Clara Edwards visited Misses,
Esther and Sue GfbbsSuhday. ..
Misses Pearl and Essie") Edwards
and ILetha .Barber were 'callers- at W.
G. Egerton's Sunday. I-
Miss Pearl Edwards gave a tackie
party, Saturday night, to a large
crowd, and all report an ; excellentn
time. ' . -.. -' 1 - : - .. . '
Misses Mamie Jackson and Letha
Barber spent Saturday night 1 with
Misses Pearl and Essie Edwards.
Trybn has many
sicians, and. they
should be under
some kind of ah organization
c We are informed that at one time -the
town had . a splendid, glee Jclub.
vvny hoc again ; i a ne vo wrr is rapiuiy ,
awaloening oh 'j different,. kinds .-pf j
amusement and ' entertainments, and 4
nothing would do more igood than 'for
the musicjans to rband together ,ana
iurnisn .xne ciiizens yiin me rausi&w
treats which can be isupplied with mu- '
sic. By all means let us have a reor- :
ganization of the glee club. 4 l3i -
And while on the subject, why not
have a brass band ? ; There ar
enough ; gentlemen.. musically, inclined i
to get up a spiencua pana . m A rypn, ,
add such an orgaiizati6ir is one of the
"4 r rttmx ' ' 1..'
The political 'campaigniof 480 will
be upon us: before we aretwure of it, ?
i : .t i! -J1 J 1
ana aurmg sucn times :w uana .w ver
much Tin demnd;klf an orgsiur"tion
is perfected soon jjust i abbut;V c': tJi
time to get in good shape for 10:
There are many J events .Held .every
year in the county when -the service?
of a band are very much 4n d: and,
arid there is no good, reason wy
should,nof have both a' band ari4
: ft ii;
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