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VOL. XXIV NO. 36
TRYON, N. C. FRIDAY; JANUARY 1 0, 1919.
$2.00 A YEAR
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HIGH SEHOOL FOR .
Bill to be Introduced 1 in Present
Term of Legislature With
That End in View. -
LETTER FROM J. A. MILLS.
WILL ASK LEGISLATURE
- - v FOR RELIEF.
The question receiving the careful
f f Qnf inn of the citizens of Tryon just
nresent is the one of better schools, my call
At a meeting m mje uumu '"1
Wednesday night, a letter Iwas read
from Mr. C. P; Marriott relative to
the status of our present school,, its
needs and' shortcomings.; .
Mr. Marriott has devoted more at
tention and thought to , the school
nipstinn than any other, person in
Tryon and his letter was. carefully lis
tened to, and ' received ; considerable
applause at the conclusion of . the
reading. J- Protracted discussion was
thpn entered into, and it was the
unanimous decision of all present that
something should be done; to' overcome
the handicap. Finally .a motion was
put and prevailed ,that a committee
be empowered to meet with Mr. Mar
riott and go into . the matter ? more
thoroughly, and that a bill should be
drafted and presented to the legisla
ture. oravine for.sOme kind of. relief.
Mr. Marriott told of how the school
board had laboredvto - secure enough
attendance in order to be able to es
tablish a high school. He told us
that there -was no Question but that
the attendance at the present session
would be ample-.to -meet the, requirer
ments of a high school. An attorney
will be employed to draft the bill at-
Mr. T. C-Mills is in receipt of a let
ter from -his son, J. A. Mills, uuder
date of - Dec; 5, - from Grancy, France,
m which he says, among other, inter
esting; things ' V -r. :V-X- X:-:. V ti.i
w e have oeen on the march back
from the front ever since the 18th,
and have, just reached here day be
fore yesterdav. T his is "our rest sta
tion tor a few days, and are to oe re
equipped here, and Ih in -well I don't
know but. I think we will start home.
Thanksgiving daV we marched all
the forenoon and arrived ;at Circp, a
small town, in time Jo stop 6ir rolling
kitchen and :serve what "we in the ar-
slum" with bread and cof-
Some Items of General Interest Gathered By OuriCorreipondente From Various
m . -
iee without sweeteamg. it was--: a
great Thanksgiving for Us, standing
in a long chow line in a dri.lingjrain
lor such afeast, when we would bke
to have been toasting oar, toes before
a hot fire -and eating "regular teats.
1. sent you a cablegraiu from vJircy1
if r if had been so Ion? Since J had
written I vranted to. let yon know that
I was alright. .
On the march to Circy.: Thanks-
giving morning we had lour , tand
breaking the silent air. ; vnth catchy
riarches and other r irood music and
stepped a few mmuro.s in Uonlevant
where I saw: a frier d of. mine from
Cna ilotte." whom I ha. i not seen
I was located there. - 4 I
"These pre not 'i'ge .places, "-but .we
are near Uhatiiion-sui: Cinef , and
about ' p hundred and tvvonty-n.o
miles southeast of Parish " The march
we have just completed was about 250
kilometers, which is about 1501 miles,
not bad is it? - .; r
1 Well, I haven't time or space here
to tell you 'about the strenuous days1
and nights I spent at the last front I
was on, very near Verdun, . those last
three days ot the war, but I have seen
war at' its ..worst,; where -'artillery, ma-
Sections of Pollr County
Miss Carrie - Oreenway, who 1 has
been very low with the flu and pneu
monia, is some better. . ! '
We . have beerf having some pretty
rough ' weather. - The thermometer
went to. 8 above zero. Ill
Miss Lillie Abrams' is very. ill. .
Ml ss Mary Smawley. was very pam-
. 1 -,-.t.
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few, hoursr last
fully injured by a , f all, ; one
week; - .V-.--;v . h.-r:-.:;'1y-f- "
Mr. Grady Flynn is- home from
France. We hope all our- boys -- will
be home "soon and -start the year 1919
in a different way' from the
that has 'just-passed. I
, Mr. Ransom Horn was home
3p Jackson ;for
Friday. V -'. '. i -:
Mr. Ladson Hom wears an unus
ually broad sniile now, celebrating the
arrival of a new girl ; baby at his
1LUU9C. ;:. v ,
Mr. Elias Gantrell has moved , to
Landrum, where' he will make his fu
ture home. :" . "tj--'s ' . - '., - .;.
Mrs. S. P. Gross and son visited, the
former's mother, Mrs. Mary Smawley
last week-end. J i .
Mr. John Horn had the misfortune
to lose his pocket-book containing
$50.00, lasit weeki -z : ; . :
The Bible school at Mill Creek was
almost a failure on account. of v the' baa
weather and epidemic. V r - tf :
mi "" l 1 ':;i 'ii m
i ne weaamg t Dens ' iaued to, ring
dunng the holidays, but perhaps they
will by Easter.i :;';;--: : . - '.;
Mn.Elzie Horn and ClintTGreenway
motored to Cooiy Springs, Sunday
BETTER FARMING - t
; ; IN POLK COUNTY.
iter one is decided upon, and the mat- chine guns, automatic riflesgrenades,
ter will be foueht to a finish.
Tryon, the largest -and .' wealthiest
town in the county already paying
more school tax into the county treas
ury. receives but little of the tax mon-
ty back, hence .we, are compelled ; to
:rag ajong from-year to year vrith
but a makeshift for a school, but it's
not the fault of the present school
. board.,, .That bodsiu.JdmplsUed
".' iTown with th difficulties facirie them.
and really do the best possible under
Annually there are scores of pupils
leaving Polk county for, other schools
that should remain right in the coun
ty and we believe the major portion
would if the right kind of efforts are
t)ut?forth to eet them-to do so. One
day? recently twelve young men and
women left on one train to attend
school in a nearby town. As one
speaker said, "It is nothing but crim
bayonets gas and other devices were
busy dealing out death to both sides.
Lieut. Hubert Smith son of 5 W. A.
Smith, of Hendersonyille was i killed
in action thereVon the 9th-I saw his
grave soon after he was buried.'
I have received alt of. your letters,
I thinkand have received two copies
of. the NEWS" . "
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:'Mr burgeon Arledge left, Thurs
day, for est Virginia. , : r ; A
., Miss itucile Foster celebrated her
eighteeitih birthday, December 25th,
by giving her friends a bountiful sup-
peil.-f J .- .:.-:;.;.;
-vMr; ad Mrs. Fred Arledge visited
relatiygii in Silver, Creek; the first of
last. wec. ; - j- ( , :.
s Masse Mamie and Emma . Forest
were pljiasant callers on the knob last
The tenth link was added -to Mr.
Lewis jfipp's family chain when the
stork ?cme- and left a girl, Dorothy,
last, Monday. , . i
f Mr. ajid Mrs. John . Edwards took
their, little granddaughter to their
homeriil , Tryon. tWie all enjoy a trip
tdvgrarjlpa's. -?v' ' 1 , : :
Christmas night , after" the folks
were asleep; Rev. J. B. Arledge was
awakerd by a peculiar voice asking
him: to perform a marriage ceremony.!
-Upoii arising and opening the doorj he
found llatt Early disguised as a wo
man, ajd Austin Fisher and a number
of others with musical instruments,
who ihnediately began playing. Af
ter, an bour of enjoyment and pleas
"urltuYlcey and cake were served.
',vIf; Mash '.Fisher'l lost a fine rnjll?
co. lt Saturday. I i i ;
'.ivA, jcjful and prosperous new year
taiheYfJEWS and all its readers." 1 X
Train Jumps Track While Com
ing Down the Mountain at
. Terrific' Speed. -f' ;
FIREMAN PINNED X-Cyy
... -' T : 1 ' UNDER ENGINE.
Editor Polk County News: - -
; Dear Sir l V. - ; v"l '-'-'' 0-::'"rt
With thfe passing of the glorious
old year, 19l8, the year that brdught
victory to our flag and peace to the
world ; we stand at the threshold of a
new and I we hope better year. . While
there are things that happened in the
last . year that saddened our- hearts,
like patriots we must look to the fu
ture with ; : renewed courage . and
brighter hopes and ready for any con
flict which may await us. " f i
1 know your heart is full of enthus
iasm," and a strong desire to serve the
people of Polk county to the best ad
vantage I possible, which can be - best
done with a large circulation of your
paper m the county.
-T Is ow that the war. is over, let s get
together and make the most possible
of Folk county. How is f this to be
done't . First, by findicr out our needs.
and second by going after; those needs
1st. - What is Polk county's great
est need ? If Polk county is not an
agricultural county : it is nothing, and
the farmers of Polk' county have been
and are, laboring under very adverse
conditions." Now I have no new gos
pel to preach about agriculture. . It is
the same old gospel of soils, crops,
permanent pastures an,d " livestock,
but what I want to emphasize now is
the changing ! oi the system -.of farm
ing in Polk county from; all-cropping
system jto a system of wise, croppiing
and live stock. This chanee " must
come and it wilL come; but 1 want to
see it come faster than it, is coming.
know .when people, and especially
larmeis, get rsot" in their ways it is switch the tram dashed, v the , engine
a joq to get ; tnem to cnange. i ana nve cars t overturning soon aner
know this by : personal experience, be-, they had reached what was intended
cause m former days I suffered from I to be safety. : . i '" . .' ! f
the same disease. T know that Green and McDowell crawled from
changing from an all cropping system I the wreck, but for sometime the crew v
of farming to a system that willin- I was unable to find Creaseman. He
elude the growing of live-stock, will had been pinned under-the engine and.
taice time, money ana the exercise . or t nis Doay-rwas oaaiy mangiea. j& re-
some. ! real eroocl. old-fashioned net tram was rushed ' to the .scene
OVER A CUIB,
LETTER FROM A MARINE.
-Mrs. J. M. Lewis, of Mill Spring is
in receipt of the following letter from
one of her boys, serving in the U. b.
Issorndum, France,-Dec. 3j 1918.
My Dear Mother:
Yesterday 1 received your
innal-that such a condition . prevails written on, Oct. 30, .telling of J
in Trunn " W all know that there meaai oi nonor. i Knew me an
are many families who would remain
m Tryon permanently if we had a
school teaching the high school
grades. We have had families to re
fuse to return to Tryon after having
come here 'for many years all on ac
count of our poor school, " ; .
The people are at last aroused, and
wev believe they are aeterminea
enough not to stop, until we secure
the, needed relief,
Many important matters . were
brought before the meeting, and it
was soon seen that every person pres
ent was there .. because they had the
welfare of the town at ; heart, and
wanted to do something to that end
Many projects were brought up and
4iscussed, and out of all of them, no
doubt some will be developed.
ym next meeting will be announced
in plenty of time for everybody in
Tryon to arrange to attend.
THE NEWS FOB J9i9.
When the present management took
hold of the NEWS it was with the de
termination ot making, it a paper
which would represent all clases of
Folk county's citizenship. We -'have
Achieved a certain amount of success
in that line, but we have only begun
jn our fight, "
We have succeeded in selecting one
of the finest corps of news gatherers
to' be found - in any newspaper in
-North Carolina. Due to their aid we
can truthfully, and not' boagtingly,
say that but few papers, give its
readers the amount of .real home
wws every week as the ' POLK
. Wf th that part of the plan success
fully accomplished, we have other
plans in view for our readers. One
of these "is to' make the NEWS A
FARMER'S PAPER. We have ar
ranged with County! Agent, J. R.
ams, .to lurnish us weekly, with a
letter dealing with' facts that concern
POLK COUNTY, Also we will run
a special column for the farmers of
the county, and we want them to feel
fre to use that space, If one column
is not enouch. we will donate more.
If you have run, up against snags tell
ft li a a in A tsnrma rVio farmDvvno
has met with the same problems and
mastered it will tell you how he did it.
J he , first one of Mr, sams' articles
jappears in this Issue. Next week he
will have another one ftntitlslt "About
Pastures." You know that is one of
Mr, Sams' hobbies, and wiU be worth
reading and preserving. '
' .We intend t3 make the NEWS such
A paper that every member ! of, the
household will find somethingrin itlto
interest them, Won't you '.help : us ?
Speak a good word for the paper,' and
Wherever ,.- possible . ; persuade your
neighbor to enroll as a subscriber, : -
vision was one of the first to go home.
Was at a port waiting. I was so
proud of him, to think- he had done
his bit and was- on his way home.
Then I read Grace's letter telling of
the sad news. I never had such a
shock in my life. No one, except the
hundreds of mothers that have gone
through the same thing, canl ever
know how much you have suffered; If
he could have been spared we all
would have been so proud of him. But
you can always know you gaVe the
best you had. There was no btter.
He lived the life of a gentleman and
died a hero, fighting for right! It's
hard to give up such a one, but I am
sure, if you could talk with him, as
we will some day, he would -tell you
he would not have it changed for"
worlds., If it were possible I would
gladly change places with him. I
nave no higher ambition than to live
and die as he did We will see him
again, that we know, so let's don't
worry, but feel proud of him. I wish
you could all go to Florida this winter
but if you can't you must take good
care of yourself. Don't try to save
wood, but see how much you can use.
I hope the worst of the influenza is
past, and that none of you had it.
x We hear they are being sent home
from the camps over there. I hope
Otho has been discharged so he can
help "and comfort you. I, am well at
the same place and no sign of leaving
Don't worry about me. With love
.Thesides.of his crib bear the cfeips and the sears "
And the noise has died down hii made with the bars
As the sandman came stealily creeping;
There's a steady small arm outljon top of his quilt,
There's a tousled head empt of care
But imagine a Prussian sword unk to the hilt
In that picture of pure coritetit there. I
iour mind as you stand, fathef, over his bed, -
Runs ahead with him over t$e years,
And his future you've charted)ut in your head
Without any big worries or fe irs. -;"
On the castle you build him th legend success
! Is writ deep in the firm confer stpne , ' "
' How your castle would crumbly you dare not guess,
Misses Bell Eplec and Oss;e '-Wilson
spent Saturday hight with Miss Mary
Eplee, .'' ' ' :
Miss Delia Thompson spent Sunday
night with her brother, C, L Thomp
son. v - . ' -'" .' ':"'-
Mi. Cal Cudd and Mr. Linzie Liles
visited Mr. J. W. , Thompson; Sunday.
Mr. Mance Thompson and family
visited Mr.' J. H. Reid, Sunday,
Mr.U. M. Crawford and family vis
ited Mr. Henry Eplee at Melvin Hill,
Sunday. - : ", yy: -l V.---
Mr. Sam Crawford made a short
call at Mr. M. C. Eplee's, Sunday.
Mry C. L: Thompson visited - his
father Sunday evening. ) .
Mr. B. C, Thompson visited Mr. M.
C. Eplee,Sunday, . , - -
;Mrs. Mentie Crawford visited Mrs.
Rena Thompson, Saturday " ' V ;
Mr. J. Mv Crawford and family
spent . Friday night with Mr, John
Thompson. ' ' . " " ' ,"
Fireman ; Lawrence N. Creaseman
was killed, Engineer Walter - Green
and Brakeman W. A: McDowell were
injured Tuesday morning shortly af-
ter 4 o'clock ' when . freight train No,
57 ran away r down .the steep road on
Saluda mountain,: -racing into .: the
safety switch near .Melrose and over
turning. All care Asheville men.
Railway men sayjthis is the first, train
wreck" on Saluda1 since the safety de
vices were installed about ten years
ago. Conductor Harry -West was in
charge of the trains j r -:
'. The train left the .top .of the moun
tain with all equipment apparently in
good working orders (The first safety
switch was passed
wrong, it is stated l
train approached the second switch it
was going at a ternffic speed. The
switchman on duty received no signal
to'allow the train right of way down
the main line, .which (meant that' the
engineman was allowed to take his
train into ' the safety switch j On the
side of the mountain.! And into this
but when the
BRAINS." But I know, the people of
Polk county, and I know the v have
all the; time there is allotted to any
other people as , we journey along
through life ; I know they have mon
ey enough if systematically . used, to
dot.h work.; And I lcnowi thpv Viavf
tbje .BRAINS if ;they would only use tured; left knee
come a rich and prosperous county,
the rfarmers MUST change to a live
stock growing county. Tow do this,
permanent pastures must be estab
lished and fenced.
Now each -of these subjects require
more space than can be given here,
so as this is already too long, I will
close by promising you an article oh
permanent pastures and how to grow
them, next week. '
J. R. SAMS County Agent. .
from Asheville and the injured men t ,
were taken t to the Mission hospital -'
where ; they were said I to be ' resti ng .
fairly well.. The body, of -Fireman j
Creaseman was taken jto Asheville for t
buriaL- , . - 'i i ' j". ,' .
Engineer ; Green sustained arac ,v.
and r three 'fingers .
re fcrusbed'off Jiis leff hahdiBrake-.-'-
man HcDowell suffered ":a v fractured h v '
left shoulder. They were-also badjy ; ;
bruised but were able to clinb out
from the wreckage, i . ' '
Engineer Green when he -found he' -.,
was losing, control of the train, threw '
his engine into reverse and applied r
the emergency brakes it is said, but..
gather speed ra
Should the Kaiser transp
anfl here his throne!
For the lad that means all tcou, then, good old dad !
For the lad you see there in pis; dreams, ; ;
For the boy whom you'd hate fp have think you a cad 2
For the child upon whom yeSir love beams 3
You must give of your meanslto each Liberty Loan, g
- That the world may be saf efjf or your son -V i
Can you picture the boy's futire-mother's-y our own g
If the lord of the world we the Hun? . 2
WILL RAISE THOROUGHBRED
. . . i '.:: . '.'!; CATTLE.;-":-' : :
A M. Corrigan.
Mr. E. B. Lambert, a young man
who has recently located amongst us,
has determined to engage in the rais
ing . of thoroughbred cattle, and has
purchased land near Tryon, for that
purpose. ' - . ';,"
County Agent Sams tells us that
Mr. Lambert has selected Hoi steins
for his breed, and has asked Mr.
Sams advice as best how to proceed
in his venture.
We. welcome Mr. 7 Lambert as a
member of our citizenship . and can
hot help from feeling that he has act
ed wisely in locating in Polk county,
and especially in his selection of what
to do. . ' : . v
; If there is -any one thing that Polk
county is good for, and that God Al
mighty has more than done His part
in, it is the raising of live stock. 3t
costs no more, if as much, to raise
good cattle as it does to raise scrubs.
Mr. Lambert is a young man, there
ore is not burdened with the propo
sition! of having to "unlearn" a great
deal of what he thinks he has learned
about cattle raising. We wish his
venture great success, and feel that
he will achieve1 it. .
the train continued to
spite of his efforts
Railway officials conducted
vestigation in :an effort to discover the
cause of the accident. But it .was
stated that it is perhaps impossible ,
now to ascertain why the train be
came uncontrollable after beginning
the descent in safety, j ,:'y- - ,
The mountain is very steep and for .
that reason the safety switches were
installed several (years ago. They
stand open at all hours with si guard,
on duty who is instructed to ; allow
trains to enter them unless a signal ,
is received from the engineer that all -is
well and that the train is in condi-
tior. to continue its way down grade
LOCAL FARMERS . '
TO GET NITRATES.
Quite a few of our business men are
taking the T.jP. & W. to Tryon these
mornings. ! .
Register of Deeds, A.J L.J -'Pitman,
was ipjured last rcek by a fall. He
hi'd severe, of hvii f a.ily .have mru
enza. j :. . .
Senator EJ B. Cloud left for Ra
leigh, Tuesday morning, to attend the
State Senate. I -
Attorney Walter Jones, of Saluda,
was in town Monday. ; v
Misses1 Vada McMurray and -Marie
Burgess and-her guest, Miss : Mamie
Taylor of Washington N Cz, ieturn
ed to Elon College, Monday.7
. !r; John IBurgvos has rct.irnc I to
Davidson college. ; ; : i
Born to Mr. and Mr3. J. L. Ormond,
a girl.,;;; . , J.;.-.,-, '
5rs. Wm. Watson. mother of Mrs.
N. .T.. Mills, has suffered a stroke of
paralysis at th home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Jack Cantrell, at Spartan
burg. -' ' -: '"f : : . ; ; ; ' v. , -: ";'
Miss Mae ! Mills is in Spartanburg.
. Mr. H. Wj Hill is home, visiting his
family. J :
Rev. R. M. Pratt nreached his fare
well sermon here", Sunday. We con
sider ourselves i fortunate in having
him with us if i only for a short time.
Rev. Pratt not only preaches sermons
m the pulpit but also in his conver-
safinn ' L '" . ' .. '.. '-' ''' "
We are sorry to repdrt -quite a num
ber of our people are having the in
fluenza our correspondent; among the
numjaer. Several are on the road to
' Ihe Betterment Club will meet at
the ome of its members during the
winfbr.. Our next meeting January
18thi will be with Miss Minnie Arledge.
AiTchie Feagans is. still confined to
his'Home with acute rheumatism, v
Ltjuis Pace f of Saluda, was in thi s
section, Monday, attending to busi
ness matters. : ;
H u. Laughter. was a caller, at Fish
tor& last week, and says that he has
cadf the flu twice.
T W. Bradley has been indoors for
a ftiw days with grippe or flu.
; Ciovan Constant had the misfortune
to fose- a mule a. few days since. It
- : - '. .( - .- .i ''-
ien aeaa near saiuaa. ana a waggon
er Tpassing: that "Way also ; lost one of
hislthe srv"ie.wayfronly a short dis-
taice apjntC -
lirnestLaughter went to Saluda,
Hncle James Case will v carry the
msfii during . the remainder of the
yer, as William Morgan is sick. -
' there is talk of getting a v route
ixkita. Dana or Upward, and discontin
uh the one from Saluda to Fishtqp.
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We were, glad to see Our paper af
ter having missed one issue.
Miss Lena Green, of .Landrum
school, spent Christmas with her par
ents on Green river. ; -;
Mrs. Edith Arledge and babies are
spending a few weeks with relatives
near Mill Spring.
Private C. R. Bradley returned to
Camp Sevier, last week.
Mir. N. E. Arledge of the naw,
spent the Christmas holidays with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Ar
ledge.. - '-l : : r -''-
Mis Esther Gibbs began teaching
school , at Silver Creek, on
We wish her much success m
school work. ; . vN
No doubt but that this is the best
Christinas ever was, since the firt one.
TRYON POULTRY ASSOCIATION.
Notice has been given. to J. R. Sams
Agricultural Agent for Polk county
that the U. S. Department of Agricul
ture will sell at cost a supply of ni- ,
trate of soda to farmers . . in ; Polk
county. . ;,': - . ! ; '-; ; r" '"" - ' '
The" nitrate will be sold under the
authority of the Food Control Act and .
subsequent, legislation relating there
to. The price will.be $81.00 a ton,
freeon board cars at loading point or
port. Farmers are to pay in additnon
freight to their shipping points.
How To Obtain Nitrate.
- Applications for. a part of the ni-
trate bought by thegovernment will
be received only from actual farmers
or owners or holders of farms for use
on their land, and, may be ; made .
through County Agent J. R. Sams or, '
through any member of a local com
mittee consisting of Billy Wilson,'
Tryon; J. T. . Waldrop, Landrum R. A ; ,
W. B. McSwain, Landrum R. 1; and ,
W. B. Edwards, Tryon U. 1.
k No money will r berequired with the
application but upon notice from the ,
authorized representative of the De
partment of Agriculture, farmers who ,
have signed applications must deposit
with a local bank, association; or in- ,
dividual, designated ; by the Secretary '
of Agriculture to act as th farmers'. -
Monday, agent for that purpose,. money cov-
kar er Hie cost ux uie icniuici caw;
"CJ. I .... . . ..A! .Ill ' ..
freight cnarge. .in pracxicany every
case the money, will . be paid to a
County Nitrate . Distributor designate t
ed by the Department of Agriculture!
Nitrate will.be shipped to distributors
on sight draft with bill of lading at- v
tacheorstribuJ5ors.wiU Jiay drafts, ;
take up thevbtllaroih lading collectings
from farmers .and r distribute -hitrate-i
to farmers. P- Arrangements.;have;beeii
tnadft to secure a large quantity of ni,-
trate andi it Vis believed . that , all rea-.
- All "-members of, the Trvon Town
ship Poultry. Association. are . hereby
notified that 'there will be a meeting
of the - Association" at Tryon; on Sat
urdav. January 25th. at 10:30 a. m. :
Every ember and all desiring to gonable . requirement can be met
become members are earnestly . re- -"-.. -:,;..,;: .:l'-r-':,"':-0 "
quested. to.bepresent. . - , Th Aezth of Col. Roosevelt
.Ail mviiation is extenaca; w puui- i r - - -r. . - . , f -...l.--- rnr
trv raisers in other sections, of Polk started the pobtacal s ate.inaker. for
county to meet with" us at that time.
Meeting win oe nem in
Hall. . ?yyy:-:: --yyy-y y vv;:---;
i - B. F. COPELAND Pres.
MRS." Tv H. C0GGE,Y, Sec, r x
Jnst who will succeed vci.
Missildine Roosevelt ar a; presidential Possibility
on a New , York gentleman named
Charles Evans Hughes,