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Polk County news and the Tryon bee. (Tryon, Polk Co., N.C.) 1915-1920, April 04, 1919, Image 8

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r 1 i jl ji s 1 vx j slj . 1 I LqL--sI i i . LiJ v I L. Vy ;- - ' . ' - v .... -r . . . -. - v - I A' WOiicire you wsSS getl OO -cents -wortli of-hon'dst 'merc2iatricils2 for everv dniSa 'vhicli' to -ma!ke)ypiar selection " , . . ZD P (TOC! WE CARRY A-FULL LINE OF .. 1 -.") ...... .'' - .... . " Ar vSflfl .:v.s&:,yvuuu;:xMy prSCe. TOST rprOflUCC OITD SX GlhiaiirDe f fli"" rf" - .. . , SALUDA. NQRTTW CAROLINA Tt - .... .. " 11 ' I b'mmii u., iM tUT, 'Tcifif " . - ITDC jr. R. F, McFarland visited his f am" Hy? liiere, Sunday. Mrs. Ang,e McFarland, mother'of R. F.'McFarland, left, Sunday, for Ruth erfordton. v Am'png those who attended the com mencement exercises of Hickory Grove school were, Misses Lizzie Dedmond, Oiaa Reynolds, Mae and Thelma Mills, Messrs. Ernest McMurray, Willie Guf fey.i Gordon Johnson, - Professor Cobb and "Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tallant. ; .Miss -Odessa Mills returned home, Sunday, after teaching school the past (our months at Hickory Grove. Misses Elizabeth Spivey, Minnie Ar ledge and-Mr. A. Y. Arledge spent Sunday in Tryon. Miss Nell Constance and Mr. Joe $allni were happily married at Ruth irfordton, March 23d, 1919. Their aany mends wish them much happiness and prosperity. .'; Mr. Claude Edwards, of Hickory Grove, wai in town, Sunday. Mr. John Smith and Mrs. Lindsay Smith attended the . funeral services of Mr. John Byers. Tuesday, at Pearidse Miss Laura Jack and Mr. Hugh Jack Were the guests of Misses Connie and JanettFeagan, Sunday. ; There twill be a meeting of the Wo man s betterment v-lub on Saturday, af temoon at 4 o'clock. , Mr. Granville Thompson was in town a. . lyiofiday. - Mrs. Carnegie had as her guests for sapper, on last Friday evenin. Mrs. T fft. Johnson, Miss Sue Burr J ohnson and Mr. Gordon Johnson. Mr. John Carnegie, of Rutherfordton spent ounday with home folks. Don't forget Sunday school at the Baptist church, Sunday mornine at ten o'clock. Preaching at 1 1 , o'clock by the pastor) Revl E. J. Jones. A Wo - JpVfMiionary Union will be organ ized next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock! come Let'smake our Sun N day Rol and church Therewillbe a triangular debate be tween Columbus and Saluda Friday ' erenfigabout :30. : jRasolved; That the Unjt;d States Government should adopt a policy of requiring one jyeari of Hilary training. of;all; able bodied men before they reach the age of 2 1. 4 ' ' ' 1 - i "". I pYERY woman needs a pair of these comfort giving low shoes for light wear, for the hospital and for resting the feet after wearing heavy shoes. These good looking, sensible, low shoes are exactly what you need. ' Made of the softest Vici kid leather, hand turn; extremely flexible sole, silent rubber tread, low heel genuine SELZ quality, all leather, perfect workmanship, a shoe every, woman should possess. $3;50 39.6.0 Wilkins & Co., Tryon Specializing in Stiz Skats For High-grade ertilizer Shingles r Rv L. LEE & CO., Lanaruih, S. G, J . . ' : . - - ' -. "- -- -.- ; i . . . .-." . ' ' . r ' : ' ' - .-" .-.. '. -, ' . Carry a large stock at our warehouse jn Landrum. Our prices are right: Our warehouse is open six days, every week. Red Cedar Shingles, $6.00 per Thousand: Cement $1.25 bag. We are in position to render prompt and satisfactory service as -well as supplying good goods at righ prices? R. L. LEE & CO;, Landrum, S. C. Is There ' An Electric -Flat Iron In Your Home REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE ytty and Farm Property Bought and Sold. Furnished and un turnBhed houses for rent. . Property taken care, of and rents - eoileeted. . Uondt waste your time :and tire yourself out foobW ; . tor a place. Our auto is at your service free. Notary Public. JAMES LEONARD, ;Tron,:' N.-, C; Price $ 5.50 . Guaranteed or 10 Years IRYON ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY ;r. - . . - - y -- - - - ry. ,r ; n . . 1 .... . - ' oy iraaing . witn the merchant who adveri , ; nioney, but pu: encoursga- progress " and prosperity. WE SOLICIT' . . vuj. -viucia lor .Flooring, Ueilinf isss you' will nai .only.. save l?Hi,a-l .w.vg,. ,. MW( u lor lain, onck. doors and sash. , J, T, GREEN LUMBER COMPANY F7 O You JI need neither a hatchat nor a stick of dynamite. A - o?d, ordinary set of molars will easily dispose of -.'A Fine Tenderlbin Steak : .AnJEstraPorterhouse Steak : ; A Luscious Rourtd Steak ' j' . A Nutritious Roast ; - r A Dish of Pork ; - If yqu.havn"t any.teeth We have sausage that 'will fairly . melt m your mouth. " . I - . ' e V V - Eat our meats. , Good for W stomach. . : - - 1 - . " . 1 v .... ; Also waht to buy good beef cattle, hogs and chickens, for which I will pay the high est Market price. - A. H. WILLIAMS. Patrcnize our Edvertisurs: Thdyvill treat you right.

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