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. : 1 : I NOTICE OF ELECIIUN r,
NOTICE OF LAND SALE FOR
. TAXES FOR THE YEAR 1918
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF POLK.
By virtue of the tax list for said
county for-the year 1918 now in my
hands for collection. I will on Mon
day the 5th day of May, 1919, at
the Court House door in Columbus
during the legal sale hours, sell to
satisfy the State and County taxes
due and the costs allowed by law,
the following described real estate.
Levy on Real Estate for 1918 Taxes.
' Saluda Township, April' Z,. 1919.
D. L. Burns, 50 acres 8.64
fLL Burns. 81 acres 12,24
-J. A. Bolich, 1 town lot 20.24
-Twis L Bradlev. 50 acres. 8.99
. VYm. IV Uox, u town iots
11. U. liarrett, tu acres
, G. D. Gilreath, 1 town lot
Ed. Heatherly, 69 acres, bal.
Jake Johnson, 25. acres
Mrs. Mintie Johnson, 3 1-2 a..
J. I. Johnson, 25 acres
Joe Lee, 75 acres
Mrs. H. Locke, 1 town lot
Jerry Laughter, 100 acres
W. E. Laughter, 56 acres
Lervie Laughter, 8 acres
E. L. Moore, 1 town lot
M. L, Breland, 1 town lot
Oscar Parris, 1 town lot
G. W. Pearson, 343 acres..
Hannon Pace, 2 town lots..
J. G. Rollins. 60 acres.
D. M. Rollins, 100 acres
B. C. Rhodes Estate, 100 a.
T. R. Stepp, 50 acres
R. G. Stepp, 137 acres
W. L. Speights, 1 town lot
Victoria Station, 38 acres
W. L. Thompson, 35 acres
John Harrison, 1 town lot
Deflf Jackson, 1 town lot
Cooper Gap Township
Er H. Benson, 99 acres..
Bud Baily, 22 acres :
J. R. Blanton, 111 acres
I. j.. xii$ , J tcit
C. 11. Bradley, 74 acres
John Johnson, 1 town lot
Walter Mills, 2 town lots
Annie McDuffy, 1 town lot,
W. O. Miller, 2 town lots. .
J. S. Miller,! town riot.
Ed. M. Mitchell, 1 town lot
Furman B. Miller, 1 lot ..
Robert Owens, 1 lot . .
Harriet White, 1 lot
Nannie Carson, 1 lot
H. C. McDowell, 1 lot
TO THE QUALIFIED ' v Ulrica,
TRYON GRADED SUHUUkUia
TRICT: ; - ,.. ;y.-.''v?:.;
Pnrsnnnt to an act nassed by the
General Assembly, of North Carolina,
o rio session 1919: notice is hereby given
iq 7n tnat an eiecuon wui oe px
4i7Tryon uraaea ocnooi
n'2i nnllinp- nlace in said School District,
1L52 on Tuesday, May 6, 1919, at which
eiecuon win De suDmiueu w
nr n Mr7S i2TnJ T 1 fi 0? qualified voters of said school district,
W. M. Barnett, 66 acres. lo.UdjM"" anMoi-aT
Sam Baily, 54 acres.. '1.74
A. B. Green, 72 1-2 acres. 4.50
J. C. Griffin, 30 1-2 acres 5.48
WilT Haynes, 40 acres, bal... 5.50
Mrs. Allen La wter, 79 acres. 4.37
M. E. McCrain, 51 acres 6.53
Edgar McCrain, 75 acres 5.80
W. A. Ruff, 71 acres. 8.97
Mrs. Mary Taylor, 25 acres.. 3.40
Mrs. T. E. Walker, 46 acres.. 4.28
Mrs. Margaret Womack, 240
acres ' 43.17
F. P. Covington, 30 acres
H. T. Cantrell, 8 acres. .
Mrs. C. M. Feggins, 506 acres
W. B. Feagins, Jr., 83 acres
Feilder and Brown, 3 lots..
R. L. Green, 15 acres
J. H. Greenway, 89 acres
J. C. Hampton, 300 acres. 1.
J. P. Home, 160 acres
S. J. Jackson, 40 acres......
O. F. Jones, 138 acres, bal.
Jones and Mclntire, 1 lot
Mrs. Ethel Miller, 23 acres. .
Mrs. Rhodes Neal, 75 acres.
Mrs. Ludora Turner, 32 acres
S. B. Weaver, 125 acres
Sanford Liles, 20 acres....
C. C. Liles, 105 acres
T. V. Miller, 4 acres !
White Oak Township
m'rralthe Question of levying a special tax,
io'on in addition to the tax heretofore
A O.i-w I . . . . 1 CXi i
92.51 authorized, not to exceeu mijf ub
2508 on every one hundred dollars worth
o 7k of taxable nrooerty ana u uwuar.anu
11.63 nity cents on eacn uutauie puu, xuj.
27.49 1 tfte purpose oi suppieiucuwug iuc
42 13 school iunas oi saia scnuui uismvi
4345 land to create -a sinking fund to pay
ii orrlthp. interest on ana to reure me
inon bonds of said school district, now out
2.32 1 standing at maturity anu tu use me
3 05 remainder oi said tax ior me mam
g33 tenance of the schools of said Graded
i'os School District.
oo 1 1 I r urtner. in pursuance w oiu ati.,
555 passed by the General Assembly of
9 a i North Carolina, session 1919, ratified
5 27 March 1U, lyiy, ana enutiea an act
amend and supplement cnapier
Grant Walker, 50 acres.:
Jasper Bishop, 88 acres
-E. B. Cloud, Adm. H. A.
Green, 1 lot .....
CD. Elliott, 34 1-2 acres, bal.
E. H. Edwards; 100 acres
Avery Elliott, 1 town lot
W. A. Fisher, (1917-1918) 57
H. E. Flynn, 46 1-2 acres .
H. G. Flynn, 72 12 acres
B. F. Gibbs, 2 acre-s...
L. F. Grant, 18 1-2 acres.
Mrs. J. T. Hutcherson, 416 a.
M. L. Hutcherson, 11 acres
R. G. Hamilton, 580 acres
Mrs. Mabel Harrison, 1 acre.
II. W. Hill, 6 acres
Mrs. L. B. McGuinn, 91 acres.
W. M. Newman, 66 acres..
Grayson Newman, 40 acres
W. A. Newell, 114 acres
J. Claude Parris, 137 1-2 a..
A. L. Pitman, 332 (acres
Utis rack, 8b acres
Wm. F. Pack, 48 1-2 acres..
E. P. Phillips, 38 acres
Mrs. B. L. Pendergast, 3 town
r : lots
Calvin Phillips, 19 acres
Zeb Rogers, 42 acres......
Tallant Heirs, 188 acres (17)
W. M. Thompson, 76 acres.
Jack Thompson, 35 acres
Mrs. F. R. Williams, 20 acres
Bessie Walker, 1 town lot..
. W. W. Williams, 41 1-2 acres
Stewart Williams, 41 1-2 a.
Robert Booker Estate, 2 a.
H. D. Dogan, 33 acres
Alf Egerton, 2 acres
John Hannon, 13 acres
Sam Holbert, Sr., 4 acres.
Sam Holbert, Jr., 1 acre
Esther Petty, 1 acre-
Will Simmon, 6 acres
C. W. Williams, 793 1-2 a...
J. S. Arledge, 25 acres $
David D. Bradley, 1 town lot
.. Mrs. A. hj. Butter, 1 town lot
Furman L. Case . .
. J. A. Davidson, 1 town lot..
W. J. Ford, 1 town lot
Wash G. Fisher, 125 acres
R. V. Fisher, 1 town lot
John Henry Ford, 5 acres
W. J. Games, 5 town lots
Wills on Howard, 9 acres
Archie Howard, 1 town lot.
J. E. Hilton Estate, 97 acres
Joseph and Mary Leisch, 100
Mrs. H. E. Livingston Estate,
1 town lot..
J. H. Metcalf, 1 town lot....
G, E. Metcalf, 9 acres..
Geo. E. Morton, 18 acres
C. A. Moore, 20 acres
Mrs. R. E. Neal, 1 town lot
Clarence Newman, 8 acres..
Mrs. S. N. Newman, 3 acres
W. M. Newman, 20 acresr
J. G. Newman, 2 town lots
W. A. Newall, 1 town lot...
H. L. Owens, 2 acres.
Mrs. J. B. Panther, 1 town lot
John T. Panther, 1 town lot.
Dr. M. C. Palmer, 105 acres.
, Octavia Page, 6 acres.
Gather Panther, 1 town lot..
John V. Price, 75 acres
Henry Reich,- 8 acres
V. G. Rhodes, 135 acres, 2 lots
L. V. Randall, 1 town lot
Mrs. D. M. Robinson, 15 acres
Mrs. Fannie M. Smart, 2 town
lots . ;
Leonard Scruggs, 3 acres...
W. F. Smith, 2 town lots.
Arthur L. Smith, 12 acres
Mrs. M. Z. Smith, ;l. town lot
A. Smithgale, 1 town lot
Mrs. M. D. Surath, 1 town lot
Mrs. J. S. Thomnson. 1 lot
Lumber Co.... 116.84
Mrs. Sarah Williams, 59 acres 15.24
b. B. Wilkms, 2 town lots.
uaisuu, X LUYVH 1UL
John K. Edwards, 1 town lot.
lElias Fields, 2 town lots....
Hattie Fields, 1 town lot....
Bessie and Mamie Hannon, 1
town loti. --
Idlli Johnton, 6
r r-: 100 oftodone hundred and one of the private
Geo. C. Brisco, 47 acres.... 13.39 laws ' of one thousand mne hundred
Thomas Blackwell, 15 acres.. 2.74 is Si
that at said election to be held in said
school district, May 6, 1919, there be
submitted to the qualified voters of
said school, district the question of
electing three trustees for said
Graded School to serve for a term
139.14 pf two years, or, until their success
o q"J ors snail oe cnosen anu quauiy.
pursuant to tne act oi me uenera
Assembly of North Carolina, as above
outlined, and, at a meeting of the
Tryon Graded School Commissioners
held in the office of its chairman
Geo. A. Gash, on Tuesday, April 1
1919, at 3 o'clock p. m.,4 there being
present a majority of the members
of the said Board of bchool Lommis
sioners, it was voted upon and order
ed by said School Commissioners that
the rfbove notice of election be pub
lished in the Polk County News a
paper of general circulation in said
School District for four successive
Done by order of the Board of
School Commissioners of said Tryon
Graded School District, this April 1
Tryon Graded School Commissioners
By Geo. P. Gash,
Chairman of Board
John T. Caviness. 55 acres. 5.27
J. T. Edwards (W. 0. and C
G.) 62 acres. 17.72
W. M. Fowler. 70 1-2 acres 25.28
B. F. Gibbs, 58 acres
F. M. Griffin Heirs, 52 acres.
Hulton and Bourbannias,
1957 acres -
Thomas Jones Estate, 38 a.
Cling La wter, 3 1-2 acres
W. A. Mills, Sr., 728 acres.
Pink Pack, 50 acres
William Russell, 120 acres
M. L. Saine, 19 acres.
J. L. Smith, 60 acres.
William Sentell Estate, 130 a.
James Staton (1917-1915) 33
W. R. Lurner, 9 acres.
W. D. Williams Estate, 100 a.
Lil Abrams, 2 acres
Wade Head Estate, 6 acres
Frank Mills, 53 acres
Vance Redmond, 45 acres
A. J. Splann, 72 acres.
M. B. Lunner, 100 acres
W. C. ROBERTSON,
SALE OF TOWN PROPERTY FOR
Sale of Town Property for Taxes
By virtue of my office as Tax Col
lector for the Town of Saluda, I will
sell for cash at the Court House door
3t Columbus, N. C, on Monday, May
- i n i n .i : i... j
O, Jli7, 1 1 IKS JtUllUttlllg UrUUeriV lit" Rri1.nf n,vnffir... T.r CIWt.r f
SCriDed, IOr taxes due tnereon, Wltn town of Tryon. I will sell for cath at the Court
all costs added as prescribed by law,
To wit :
Mrs. M. F. Alexander, 1 town
- lot.... S 2.17
Mrs. C. P. Ellerbe, 1 town lot. 16.80 :
J. A. Johnson, (1917-1918) 4
town lots 22.45
Mrs. B. L. McCall 2.80
Duff Jackson, 1 town lot 3.70
John Hamson; 1 town lot... 7.24
Pauline Montgomery. 1 town
Thomas Nichols, 1 town lot.. 5.55
C. L. HILL, Tax Collector.
House door at Columbua; K. C. on Monday. May
5th. 1919. the following property described, for
taxes due thereon, with all costs added as pre
scribed by law. tow it:
J C Fisher one lot and dwelling on Maple street
32.70; A J Ford one lot and dwelling on Trade St..
14.33; Geo A Gash and Gash Haw. Co.. one store
and lot on Trade St.. and one dwelling and one
lot on Trade St.. 50.98; Frank Helen one lot near
station 6.38; J. B. Livingston one dwelling and lot
on Trade St.. 14 52; Mrs J B Livingston one lot on
Trade St.. 5.47; H E Livingston Est. one lot and
store on Trade St.. 16 70; Hillard Metcalf one
house and lot on Valhalla road 6.04; J R Par-
ns one lot near , Smith s spring 4.70: Khoda
E Neal one lot on Trade St.. 6.04; W F Smith one
dwelling and lot on Grady hill 5.67; R. Verbecke
one lot on Landrum road 5.97.
Hattie Fields one dwelling and lot on Trade St
16.60; Tom Jack-on one lot and dwelling 9.10: Elias
Fields one lot and dwelling near Trade St. 7.30:
Jno Edwards one house and lot near cemetery 9.13;
Calvin Houpe one dwelling and lot in south Try
on 6.C0; G D Jackson one house and lot near Town
hall 12.10; Mattie Moqney one dwelling and lot in
east Trypn 15.70; Ed Mitchell 9.44; H C McDowell
By virtue of v my office as Tax
Collector for the Town of Columbus,
I will sell for cash at the Court House
door at ColumbUS, IS. C, On Monday, one house and lot in east Tryou 7.78: Jas McDowell
Mav thp -tlith- 1919. th fnllriwiny one lot in east Tryon 7.38; Jno Tice one dwelling
A.aA o AZ Hl?.lot5 Loveless Bobo one lot 5.82; Walter
i"u"j . ": V-Vjl' , o I Mills one house and lot or.eemeetery road; 4.70.
thereon, with all costs added as pre- , M g. blake. Town CLrk.
scribed bv law. To wit: - I - c
For Town Tax 1918
Chas. Davenport, house and
lot (1917-1918)... 5.21
Miss Magrgie Gettis, 1 town
Hamilton Heirs, 1 town lot.. '
Tax Collector for Columbus
Notice oi Dissolution.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CRED
State of North Carolina, Department
1.46 of State. Certificate of Filing of Con
1.45 I sent by Stockholders to Dissolution
To All Whom These Presents' May
Come Gr ectin sr.
Whereas, It appears to my satisfaction
by duly authenticated record of the-pro
ceedings for the iroluntary dissolution
I .1 f 1 . 1 rr nm I l
TTnvino- mmiifir? QC OY.frt. rf ,0 inereor aeposiiea in my omce. l ne jonn
estate of A. L. Pitman, deceased, late L- Jackson Company, a corporation of
of Polk Ccunty, North Carolina, this this State, whose principal omce is situa
is to notify all persons having claims ifA Mrt Tr ;k m k-
against the estate of said deceased to r t - n c n il c . c
exhibit them to the undersigned, on ox ?lT .S01"? ot, P?lk; o
before the 30th day of May, 1920, iNorin Carolina yonn i. jaclcson being
or this notice will be pleaded in bar of the agent therein and in charge thereof,
their recovery. - luDon whom Drocess mav b sprvfl h
ah J K4- a ; a ..t.i. I r . r - j
will please make immediate payment.
This the 8th day of April, 1919.
Administratrix of A. L. Pitman, thereto, preliminary to the issuing of this
t.t Certificate that such consent has b
vt mi r rn ...
The resmlar municinal election for lNow, ineretore, 1. J.ItJryan Unmes,
the Town of Tyron, for the purpose secretary of State of the State of North
of electing the Municipal officers for Carolina, do hereby certify that the said
said Town, will be held at-the voting rftmnr-i;nn j:j nn J cam
place therein (the City Hall) Tues- q?S ij - ' oa lhe 5lh day of Apnl,
day after the first Monday of May, ",c " my omce a amy executea
n oemg tne om aay oi way, anu aucsicu consent in wnnng lo tne
1919. dissolution of
ine ioiiowing nave Deen appomtea k .l, - - l- i - - . r
o M;fM, ;a -f Ta i I J uiw,v. .Hauinu-umus ux interest oi
u f,w" i- ouu juugEO ivi saiu CICv I ,1 , 11 1 1 j r 11 1
tion: uic oiuvKiioiucis uiercor, wnicn saia cer
F. K. McFarland, registrar and T. tincate and the record of the Droceed
H. Coggy and R. T. McFee, judges ings aforesaid are now on file in mv said
complied with the requirements of Chap
ter l of the Kevisal of 1 905, entitled
Corporations, and the amendments
and poll holders.
This 17 day of March, 1919.
$1. G. BLAKE,
NOTICE OF SALE
office as provided bv law
In Testimony Whereof, I have hereto
set my hand and affixed my official seal,
at Raleigh, this 5 th day of April, A. D,
J. BRYAN GRIMES,
494 Secretary of State
Where you will get 100 cents worth of honest merchandise for
every dollar you spend. A new, clean stock of up-to-date
goods from which to make your selection,
Aod The PirSce Ss IRSght
WE CARRY A PULL LBNiE OF
groceries, dry goods, notions, shoes, feed
and flour, fresh meats, queens ware,
mattings, V. C. fertilizer, etc.
We will pay the highest market price for produce
in exchange for goods or cash. We want and will
appreciate your patronage.
B AQ LE YS ATO N CO. , D mi c.
SaSuda, Nortlhi Carollina.
Preventing Cracks in Pavements.
At a recent meeting of the American
Society for Municipal Improvements
held at Buffalo, an interesting paper
was read on frost-proof foundations
for hard-surfaced pavements, in which
It "was suggested that the sub-grade
should be laid with a course of hollow
tile of say four-inch height, overlaid
with a foundation of two to four
inches of concrete. On this, the pav
ing material may be laid. The tile
acts as a non-conductor of heat, pre
venting the frost from penetrating to
the sub-grade and also acts as a drain
for moisture. Should frost reach the
Eub-grade, the tile will brealc under
the pressure and to insure its break
ing, the tile may be scored at the bot
tom. - The overlying concrete will
bridge the breaks in the hollow tile.
This will prevent 7 upheavals of the
pavement Scientific American. -
Prepares Dwelling and Storage Models.
Working drawings for farmhouses
and bunkhouses, designed to meet con
ditions in various sections of the coun
try and assist in obtaining additional
labor for farms, have .been prepared
by the bureau of public roads of the
United States department of agricul
ture. Working drawings have been
prepared also for storage houses for
small grains, corn, combined grain and
corn and other crops. Copies, of these
plans will be sent free on application
to the division of rural engineering- oi
the bureau. .
III ;1 llm ( i t v xTU. Kp&
In Your Home
; -. - &
By virtue of power of sale contain
ed in that certain Mortgage Deed ex
ecuted by Will King and wife to WJ
E. Mills, to secure a note for the
loan of purchase money on the 31st
day of October, 1916 I will sell at
public auction to the highest bidder
-Faw a a ?. x 4- X.W 1 1 f I m
KklSnC - OUSC QOr OI much mallcr for PubKcabon is oi
APRIL 29th 1919 ferca every week we simply cannot
on one o? tnem. Kecorded m Uonk 4 UIlcsPonacnce ut m order
fLJ7i Tou are i-ef erred to do this our" correspondents "wiU have
forfurthr desnfco nf sail lots. -i tt t- , V
This March 25th. 1919.
Assigned by T. C. Mills Admr. of W.
E. Mills to Mrs. Sallie Livingston. ?
to maU their copy earlier in the week.
n Hereafter unless you can mail your
copy on Monday Idndly'hold' until the
wck following. -V" -r V
v THE QUINCY MANSION, QUINCY. MASS, BUILT IN 1635.
two hundretl years by careful and frequent painting. It has secret rae
chimney staircase and hiding places, said to have been used, by smucg'e'
Ijifer the home of srrent statesmen and of the famous belle. Dorotl'.J' QW
Price $ 5.50 '
10 Years ;
irvon mm SERVICE
WE SOLICIT . . .
Your orders for Flooring Ceiling,
Siding, Knish, Mouldings, Framing.
We manufacture this and can, save
you money. See us for lath, brick,
doors and sash, -' ' - -
Eat Omf Meats!
You'll need neither a hatchat nor a stick of dynamite. A
good, ordinary set of molars will easily dispose of
A Fine Tenderloin Steak
-An Extra Porterhouse Steak
- A Luscious Round Steak
-s r " -
A Nutritious Roast
A Dish of Pork Chops
If you havn't any teeth we have sausage that will fairly
melt in your mouth.
Eat our meats. Good for your stomach.
Also want to buy good beef cattle, hog
arid chickens, for which I will pay the high"
est MARKET PRICE.
A H. WILLIAMS.
: PstrcrJia r:r dv:rtn:rs. xtij v.ill treat ycu right.