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T R YONrANORTH CAROLINA
Entrd second-class matter April 28, 1915
at tb post office at Tryon. North Carolina, un
to h act of March 3, 1879 C
B. F. COPELAND. Editor
C. BUSH, Busbest Manager
effectsorl at least it has
put us tothe bad, ; t:
Subscription $2.00 per "Year,
OBITUARIES. CARDS OF THANKS.
B olatlons of Respect,Chnxch or Lodsre Notices
w hr an admission fee is chargred, or for financial
sain, wiU be chaied.reflrular advertising-rate of
Iva cents per line. .
THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION,
225 West 89th Street, New Tork City, isTour sole
and exclusive Foreign Advertising Aarent '
"Long May It Wave."
1 At a recent meeting in New York,
two ex-cabinet members were pres
ent, one, Mr. Wickersham, Republi
can,' and Mr. Garrison, v Democrat.
The Leaeue of Nations' was under
discussion. Mr. Wickersham' favored
the League," while Mr. Garrison op
posed. The efforts of yome bf our
newspapers to make this apolitical
issue are meetings with a, "merited
"frost." Neither side of the con
troversy seems to have a monopoly of
the brains of the country. Many
prominent Republicans favor it, while
many prominent 'Democrats oppose A
We grant eacn oi tnem tne ngni, anq
see no reason why they1 should be
criticised for - holding their opinions.
And now the country is threatened
with an extra session of Congress be
fore June first,"' - y
" Some Velocities.
- "When the -temperature Is 32 degrees,
feound travels. !X)90'feefcaJ second, 'ani
one additional ffoot a' second for each'
iddltlonal degree of temperature. Elec
tricity over a 'wire where there Is no
resistance travels 192,924 miles a' sec
ond. - ' ' , "
MULES FOR SALE
Pis for'sale at Ihe . Stocky Farm,
$7.00 ;each.;CfJ. Lynch;.- -h f
FOR SALETSix Pigs ofie' month1 pld,
$6.00 to" $8.0(7; 6 Pigs five months
, old, $10.00 to $15.00. Grant aC.
Miller. , ,1 . . ,
, It is several months until 1920, but
candidates for offices to be filled next
year are letting it be known that
their "hats are in the ring."
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Germany says - if she 4 doesn't like
the peace terms of the allies she' will
not accept them. "Beggers should
not be choosers," we have often heard
it said. 7.
- The restaurant waiters all over the
United states are threatening , to go
m a strike. Soon the -familiar' yell
of "ham and", and "a stack of wheat
may be silenced.
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Among the many good bills passed
by the legislature was one requiring
each and every school teacher to have
a health certificate, showing that they
are not effected with tuberculosis. - .
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' The 'sale of pistols are now pro
hibited, except by a certificate from
the clerk of the court guaranteeing
i the good ! character of the would be
1 purchaser. This will tend to decrease
, the number of "pistol toters" in
'North Carolina. ,
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Critics 'in the English Parliament
are telling of the mistakes made dur
ing thenar, and how it should have
been1 won. long before it was. It is
needless to say, however, that these
- critics did not give out their valua
ble information until the ' war -was
Dr. Erzeberger, chairman of the
German Armistice . Commission calls
the conduct of the allies as "barbor
ous" because they have not yet re
leased all the German prisoners of
war. Any nation that murders little
children, destroys homes and out
rages women as the Huns did, has its
gall to speak of "barborous" conduct.
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V- Germany says that she will not pay
a cent of indemnification for anv-
-thing that happened in the war after
December, 1916, when their peace
offer was rejected. We are rather
under the opinion that the allies will
have something entirely different to
tell the Huns on this point, and they
will do Just as the allies order them
to do, also. . . -
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The charges newspapers may make
for legal . publications have been
changed by an act of the recent legis
laiure. in iuxure an legais appear
N ing in the NEWS , will be charged at
the rate of five" cents per line, each
insertion. , Six words will constitute
a line on a general average. , Our
. rates have been filed with the clerk
of the Superior court, as required
under this act. - r
William Jennings Bryan and Sena
tor Henry Cabot Lodge are both in
favor of the League, of Nations, but
are. in favor, of . a provision whereby
the "MonroeV Doctrine" vill not , be
placed - in jeopardy. There are mil
lions more of the same opinion in this
Country, and it appears that Presi
dent Wilson thinks there 'are a, suf
ficient number to have the proposed
. amendment added , to the terms. :
The political pot in Polk county is
beginning to boil over just a little
at this time. We have some communi
cations on file in our office that we
will publish just-as soon as our rush
of spring advertising is over. 'In
this connection we desire to state that
the columns of the NEWS are open
'to both sides of any question, and
both political parties shall receive
equal treatment. Insofar as the pa
per itself is concerned, it will be ab
.solutely ineutral. We have no axe
to grind. : ' ' ' "
NOTICE OF PARTITION SALE. .
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Polk County; " ." " ' '
Superior Court Before the Clerk.
George T. Jones and wife, Laura
Jones, J.4W. 'Tucker j and-wife, Ar--minta
Jiipker, Sue. Laughter, A
mana Pack, Ray Laughter, V . ?
'.: ":' """vs. . . '
J. E. Laughter,' Zach Laiigbter, W. L.
Laughter, J. R. Btanton and wife
Elvina Blanton. -' r
NOTICE OF PARTITION SALE..
Under -and by virtue of si decree of
the; SuperioV Court of Polk county in
the above entitled cause the?,:, under
signed Commissioner, will on i ,
v MONDAY, APRIL .7th, 1919.
at 12 o'cldck N.oori at .the Court House
door of Polk" County in Columbus,
North Carolina; offer for sale to, the
highest bidder' all the -following de
scribed lands; known as "'the .Allen
Laughter1 lands in Polk County, and
the Sallie Laughter lands in .Riitheis
ford County, , viz: ;
Walnut Creek, beerinninff at a Span
ish Oak on top of the hill in Dimsdale
old line running N- lo crossing a
branch with "Allen Laughters line- to
a spanisn uaK: tnence ss.-i w. witn
J. W. Ruff's line to a stake, a condi
tional comer in J. W. Ruff's line:
thence 'with a conditional line to a
white oak at the Spring; thence to a
post oak at the school house, J. W.
Ruff's corner on a conditional line, ? a
post oak; thence South East a condi
tional line to . the beginning, contain
ing 20 acres more or less, known1 as
Upper Walnut, and being land de
scribed in Deed from Nesbit Dims
dale and wife to Allen Laughter of
date November 7th, 183, and record
ed in Book 5, at page 180 of the Rec
ords of Deeds of Polk county
2nd Tract: Situate m the County
of Polk, State of North Carolina, on
the waters of Walnut Creek. Begin
ning on a chestnut, ; the beginning
corner of. the old tract; thence South
16 W. 82 poles to a S. oak; thence S
Trt ni i x i j.i
io jcj. 6i poies wj a. popia.r on uie
south ; pank of Walnut creek; thence
down the branch nearly as it runs;
thence S. 72 E. 54 poles to a B. oak;
then a conditional line nearly east to
a stake; then N. E. to the outside line
of a black oak on the old line, and
being land described in deed from
Mary Laughter et al.. to - Allen
Laughter, of date April .11th, 1872
and recorded in Book 6, page 543 of
the records of Deeds for Polk county
3rd Tract: Part of Patent 1028 on
the waters of Walnut Creek, contain
ing 36 acresr Beginning on a pine
and runs N. 58 W. 48 poles to a pine;
thence N. 24 W. 39 poles to a stake;
then S. 86 W. 16 poles to pine;
thence S. 52 W. 19 poles to a. Span
ish oak; thence S. 10 W. 16 poles-to
a poplar; thence S. 50 E. 22 pcles to a
cnestnut oat; thenceS. 74 E. 16
poles to a stake; thence S. 23 W 45
poles to a rock in his own line; then
with said line S. 54 E. 56 poles to a
chestnut oak, then to beginning ,
4th lract: 13 acres. Begmnmg
on black oak. ins own and J. S.
Laughter's corner and runs N.72 W.
55 poles to a poplar; then N. 42 W.
24 poles to a white oak; then S. 19
W. 14 poles to a Spamsh oak; then S.
59' E. 4 poles to a chestnut oak;
then S. 40 E. 64 poles to a chestnut oaK
then S. 57 E. 6 poles to a pme; then
S. 17 E. 16poles to a pine; then S.
45 E. 10 poles to a pine; then S. 64 E.
12poles to a pine; then South 81 E.
14 poles to a pine; thence S 13 E.'
13 poles to a stake; then S. 30 E. 10
poles to a pine; thence N. 18 E 20
poles to a stake; then N. 35 E. 12
poles to a stake; then N 9 W. 9 poles
to a stake; then S. 88 W. 34 poles to
a hickory; thence N. 3 E. 32 poles to
a black gum, thence to the beginning.
5th Tract: Containing by estima
tion 20 acres, lying and beine in the
J jj T..i.l e 1 'trr n i
vuunuy Mi. xvutnenora, m ivings reeK
Township, adjoining lands of Bill
Burgess, Jones Biddy. Jim Ruff and
Speculation lands, known as part of
the Biddy place and being that part
of the Biddy place owned - by . Sallie
Laughter, mother of the petitioners.
The said land will be sold in sepa
rate tracts or as a whole, or bv com
bining two or more tracts, except the
5th tract described ahpve known as
the Sallie Laucrhter tract in Ruther
ford county, will be sold separate from I
tne other tracts. . . , :- -
The terms of said sale are one-third
cash and balance in six months from
date of -confirmation, to be evidenced
by note bearing interest at six per
cent. Title retained until the pur
chase money is paid in full.- . -This
6th day of March, 1919. -J.-
E. SHIPMAN, Commissioner.
Choice ' lot ': of large and
medium sized mules for sale
Reasonable Prices, ,
Guaranteed sound arid will
work anywhere " - '
C. J. LYNCH,
Stock Farm, Tryon Route 1.
AH yWork Guaranteed
irst floor Wilkins' store
MRS. E. RHODES.
:;:;v. v FOR RENT.
Six room furnished bungalow, with
bath. for rent' pr sale. Overbrook Or
chard Saluda, N.. C. , V , -
. ..EGGS : ". ,
' Eggs of Mottled Ancona chickqns
for sale,"$1.50"per setting of-15 eggs.
B. F. Copeland, Tryon, N..C. . '
Settings ot White " Leghorn eggs,
15:fdr $1.50. .In;plk'.?;;cpimtyff-75c.
pure -bred. -G L: Orr Tryon Route IV
Eggs for .hatching 'from Campbell's
NEVER-STOP LAYING STRAIN
and prize winning Buff Leghornsand
Buff Orpingtons. $2 per 15. Mrs. C.
B. . ; CampbeTf 146. Victoria Road,
Ashevile, N. C. V ' i0.-
FOR. SALE -Single Comb Rhode
Island Red Eggs for Sale (from
$2.00 to, $5.00 per setting of fif
teen. Prompt deliveries; also day
7 old baby chicks, '25 to 40 Cents
. each. My foundation is from the
best blood - lines in the country,
from whicK I have selected the
' birds combining the best type and
color . of rich even red for several
years. Mrs. J. E. Lance, - Hot
Springs, N. C. :- ' -
Tne best evidence of , bur ezcellent
banking; service is our continu-
ally growing list of satisfied .
x We are prepared to handle more busi-
. ; 'ness . ancL should be pleased
i to add your name to
; ' V: -;'V; LOST, i ' ' . "
LOST: On road two miles or more
from Tryon, Black and White Checked
SJk Scarf. $5-00 reward. Finder wil
please mail to Ambrose Cramer Late
Forest, Illinois., --v
. Landrum, S. Ci .
3 The Old Reliable
ROY P. WHITLOCK, Cashier. I
, MISCELLANEOUS. ,
Southern Queen sweet potatoes for
bedding, $2 pr bushel. C. M. Howes
47-2t ,,, w. ,-.- ,-..;,
You ought to
have a pair of
these soft cici kid
Nothing except the actual, wearing can
more elegantly describe the efforts of
these SELZ shoes than the above slogan.
SELZ comfort shoes have made feet glad
for nearly one-half century.
They represent the 4 quality which you
expect, but seldom find. .
They represent all leather, good work
manship and the lowest price consistent
with what you get 1
$4;50 to :$8.00 '
WfLKI NS & C6. , - tryon, N. C.
" Specializing in Selz Shoes
We' wish to inform Brother BTolloi
well, of The News- of Henderson
county, that the joke is on the editor
, of this; paper. We- recently told him
we would endeavor- to ascertain- if
there . was any "syllabub' running at
- large in Polk county.-. Imagine our
consternation when- our good, wife,
who has been ... away on, a visit all
, win' ,"told us on reading our little
: ; .. Bqu.r t?1" .s?.e h been feeding me
v on. synaDutr for a long time. ; Such
. oemg xne: case, Brother HollowelL we
-uarantee that it has.no dangerous
NOTICE OF SALE
By virtue of power of sale contain
ed in that certain Mortgage Deed ex
ecuted by Will King and wife to W.
E. Mills, to secure a note for tjie
loan of purchase money on the 31st
day of. October, 1916 I will sell t v at
public auction to the highest bidder
foiv cash at the court house door of.
Polk county on v f
' ' APRIL 29th 1919 - . '
at2 o'clock noon; two lots in ! the
suburbs of .Tryon with small cottage
on one of them. - Recorded in Took!
-1 rage 207 to which you are referred
lorJ-ujer-deaw-T) of said lots. --This
March 25th, 1919. :
&fdiK?' V. Mills Admr. of W.
E. Mills to Mrs. Sallie Livingston.
We vwant the residents of Tryon and the'
- citizens of Polk county to know where they
can secure the' highest class and best jobs of
' - ' ' ' - .' 1 ' ' v
Plumbing and Heating
to be found, anywhere. ' We are in, that
business and we vant your orders, we have
the best skilled mechanics,' keep in hand at
. all times a large supply of the best, fixtures
and materials to be found, we can arid .will1
. .r ... serve you promptly and satisfactorily. , We;;'
keep a man in readiness to go to your home:
1 at your iair to; Advise and. help you plan :
- what you: wan andxan " be. done tafid ; giver
you an estimate and HvithoUtcost -to you ;
v we of course hoj)ing:that Jwe m
,7 Vf VAAK. .
THE - J. R. RICH PLUMBING XO:
. n. tm. o. ' -I- ill- i . . O
q j innri oiamp gives --you me ngnt to f
O stand up when the Star Spangled Banner Q
S?' is played.
classes you as
one of the progressive and substantial
q citizens ot your : community. No better
O ; time tlia sfert that accoiirit
O Come in and let's lalk it over. r
O W T LINDSEY JPrei
BAN W QWMY N
J, B. HESTER Cashier.
These Essentials of Sound Banking
are enibodied-in this institution.
YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED
of S ALU OA
. HENRY P. CORWITH, ?m. JOHN B. CANNON, V-Pres. PRESTON H. BAILEY, Caslr
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a dash of Chocolate
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