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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,v 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.
To wit:, .
.' Levy on Real Estate for 1918 Taxes.
: Saluda Township, April 2, 191a.
n T. Rums. '50 acres . 8.64
C. L. Burns, 81 acres. JJ
J;; A. Bolich, l town lot 20.Z4
" Lewis L. Bradley, 50 acres. 8.99
Wm..'P. Cox, 2 town lots.. 1.7a
H. G. Garrett, 60 acres 9-60
G. D. Gilreath, 1 town lot 4.7d
Ed. Heatherly, 69 acres, bal- 6.04
Jake Johnson, 25 acres
,Mrs. Mintie Johnson, 3 1-2 a- 6.87
J. I. Johnson, 25 acres
Joe Lee, 75 acres YJA
Mrs. H. Locke, 1 town lot 4.44
Jerry Laughter, 100 acres 10.78
W. E. Laughter, 56 acres 14.55
Lervie Laughter, 8 acres 6.98
E. L. Moore, -town 101
M. L. Breland, 1 town lot 2.66
Oscar Parris, 1 town lot. 9.
G. W. Pearson, 343 acres 46.09
Hannon Pace, 2 town lots -33.30
' J. G. Rollins. 60 acres 7.16
D. M. Rollins,-100 acres . 7.56
B. C. Rhodes Estate,-100 a. 5.78
T. R. Stepp, 50 acres - 6.ol
R. G Stepp, 137 acres. 8.76
W. L. Speights, 1 town lot 2.66
Victoria Station, 38 acres.. 4.79
WVL: Thompson, 35 acres... 54.04
John Harrison, 1 town lot 7.90
Deff Jackson, 1 town lot. 23.66
Cooper Gap Township
E. H. Benson, 99 acres $ 3.07
Bud Baily, 22 acres..... 3.81
J. R. Blanton, 111 acres 27.35
J. T. Baily, 45 acres 4.93
C. R. Bradley, 74 acres 4.96
Sam Baily, 54 acres 1.74
A. B. Green, 72 1-2 acres.. 4.50
J. C. Griffin, 30 1-2 acres. 5.48
Will Havnes. 40 acres, bal... 5.50
Mrs. Allen Lawter, 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
Grant Walker, 50 acres 3.32
Jasper Bishop, 88 acres
E. B. Cloud, Adm. H. A.
. Green, 1 lot .
C. D. 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.
H. W. Hill, 6 acres..
Mrs. L. B. McGuinn, 91 acres.
W: M. Newman, JJ6 acres
Grayson Newman, 40 acres.
W. A. Newell, 114 acres
J. Claude Parris, 137 1-2 a..
A. L. Pitman, 332 acres.
- Otis Pack, 86 acres
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if iu. aiZkt o x- atica..
E. P. Phillips, 38 acres
Mrs. B. L. Pendergast, 3 town
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. L. 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. Gaines, 5 town lots
Willson 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
;C. E. Metcalf, 9 acres.
Geo. E. Morton, 18 acres
C. A. Moore, 20 acres.
r Mrs,. R. E. Neal, 1 town lot
' Clarence Newman, 8 acres.
Mrs. S. N. Newman, 3 acres
W. M. Newman, 20 acres
-v J. It. Newman. 2 town lots
W. A. Newall, 1 town lot-.I
! ;H. L. Owens, 2 acres
Mrs. J. B. Panther, 1 town lot
John T. Panther, 1 town lot.
DrM. C. Palmer, 105 acres.
:Octavia, Page, 6 acres. .
,jGather Panther, 1 town lot
John V.e 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. JM. Z. Smith, 1 town lot
A. Smithgale, 1 town lot ;
Mrs. M. D. Surath, 1 town lot
"Mrs. J. S. Thompson, 1 lot..
Lumber Co.... - ;- -
. Mrs. Sarah Williams, 59 acres
; S. B. i Wilkins, 2 .town lots.
Pat Carson, 1 town lot
John K. Edwards, 1 town lot
Elias Fields, 2 town lots. ....
: Hattie: Fields, 1 , town lot . .
' -.Bessit and Mamit Hannon, 1
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Liill Johnson, 6 acres
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John Johnson, 1 town lot 2.67
Walter Mills, 2 town lots 8.35
Annie McDuffy, 1 town lot,
baL . '-. 5.70
W. O.'Miller, 2 town lots- 8.12
J. S. Miller, 1 town lot 19.76
Ed. M. Mitchell, 1 town lot.. 11.96
Furman B. Miller, 1 lot 8.73
Robert Owens, 1 lot 13.70
Harriet White, 1 lot 4.17
Nannie Carson, 1 lot 7.61
H. C, McDowell, 1 lot 11.52
Greens Creek Township
W. M. Barnctt, 66 acres.. 16.03
F. P. Covington, 30 acres 16.72
H. T. Cantrell, 8 acres. . 13.20
Mrs. C. M. Feggins, 506 acres '92.51
W. B. Feagins, Jr., 83 acres 25.08
Feilder and Brown, 3 lots 2.75
R. L. Green, 15 acres 11.63
J. H. Greenway, 89 acres 27.49
J. C. Hampton, 300 acres 42.13
J. P. Home, 160 acres 43.45
S. J. Jackson, 40 acres 1 11.87
O. F. Jones, 138 acres, bal. iu.au
Jones and Mclntire, 1 lot. 2.32
Mrs. Ethel Miller, 23 acres.. 3.05
Mrs. Rhodes Neal, 75 acres., 8.33
Mrs. Ludora Turner, 32 acres 3.95
S. B. Weaver, 125 acres... 32.11
Sanford Liles, 20 acres 5.55
C. C. Liles, 105 acres.. 24.55
T. V. Miller, 4 aores . 5.27
White Oak Township
Mrs. Annie Brisco, 123 acres.$ 20.25
Geo. C. Brisco, 47 acres 13.39
Thomas Blackwell, 15 acres. 2.74
John T. Caviness. 55 acres. 5.27
J. T. Edwards (W. O. and C.
G.) 62 acres., 17.72
W. M. Fowler, 70 1-2 acres 25.28
B. F. Gibbs, 58 acres. 7.17
F. M. Griffin Heirs, 52 acres. 3."94
Hulton 'and Bourbannias,
1957 acres 139.14
Thomas Jones Estate, 38 a. 9.95
Cling Lawter, 3 1-2 acres. 12.69
W. A. Mills, Sr., 728 acres. 43.15
Pink Pack, 50 acres 5.09
William Russell, 120' acres.. 28.54
M. L. Saine, 19 acres 4.81
J. L. Smith, 60 acres 4.00
William Sentell Estate, 130 a. .5.34
James Staton (1917-1918) 33
W. R. Lurner, 9 acres. 15.89
W. D. Williams Estate, 100 a. 9.95
Lil Abrams, 2 acres. 1.12
Wade Head Estate, 86 acres 5.50
Frank Mills, 53 acres 13.71
Vance Redmond, 45 acres
A. J. Splann, 72 acres. 9.89
M. B. Lunner, 100 acres 18.69
W. C. ROBERTSON,
SALE OF TOWN PROPERTY FOR
By virtue of my office as Tax Col
lector for the Town of Saluda, I will
sell for cash at the Court House door
at Columbus, N. C, on. Monday, May
5, 1919, the following property de
scribed, for taxes due thereon, with
all costs added as prescribed by law.
MrsAM. F. Alexander, 1 town
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 Harrison, 1 town lot 7.24
Pauline Montgomery, 1 town
lot . 2.27
Thomas Nichols, 1 town lot 5.55
C. L. HILL, Tax Collector.
By virtue of mv office Tv
Collector for the Town of Columbus,
i win sell for cash at the Court House
door at Columbus, N. C, on Monday,
May the 5th. 1919. the following
property described, for taxes due
thereon, with all costs added as .'pre
scribed by law. To wit: .
For Town Tax 1918
Chas. Davenport, house and
lot (1917-1918).. 5.21
Miss Maggie Gettis, 1 town
lot (1917-1918 1 Afi
Hamilton Heirs, 1 town lot 1.45
Tax Collector for Columbus.
STATE OF NORTH CADOLINA,
County of Polk.
In the Superior Court.
Arch B. Calvert, Plaintiff,
W. H. Stearns, William M. Newman,
S. G. Finfey, Abigail Smith, and
husband, W. B. Smith, Mariah Mur
phev. Louise Murnhev. Ci. T Mnr.
phey Robert Murphey, Mrs. L. D.
Childs and husband L. D. Childs,
G.-H. Peake, G. H. Norman, Jason
Norman Mrs. J. D. Jones, and hus
. band, J. D. Jones, Edgar Norman
. and I. Peake and C. H. peake, De-
The defendants, S. G. Finley, Abi
gail Smith and husband, W. B. Smith,
Mariah Murphey, Louise Murphey, G.
E. Murphey, Robert Murphey, Mrs. L.
D. Childs and husband li. D. Childs,
C. H. Peake, G. H. Peaks, G. H. Jones
Jason Norman, Mrs. J. D. Jones and
husband, J. D. Jones, Edgar Norm-an
and I. Frank Peake will take notice
that an action entitled as above has
been commenced in the "Superior
Court for Polk county, for the pur
pose of removing a cloud from the ti
tle of 367 acres of land deeded by
Geo. W. Justice, Commissioner, to
Arch B. Calvert, on the 12th day of
March, 1918, and fully described in
said deed which is recorded in Book
37, at page 367 of the Register of
Deeds office for Polk county, refer
ence being hereto made to said deed
for a full and complete description of
And the defendants will further
take notice that they are required to
appear at the term of the Superior
Court of sniH pniinfv fr Vd TiolH nn tho
second Monday after the first Mondav
in September it bein? the 15th day of
Sept. 1919, at the court house in Polk
county, in Columbus, N. C, and an
swer or demur, to the complaint in
said action, or the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for relief in said com
J. P. Arledge, C. S. C.
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TO THE QUALIFIED VOTERS,
TRYON GKAD1-L Btnuu. xxo
Pursuant to an act passed by . the
General Assemoiy oi ioruu .vuuiim,
.1 oi q -nntiVft is hereby given
ocooiw" vv, - , , i -. j
that an election will be held in -.said
Tryon Graded School District, at xne
nin- nlnrp in s?aid School District,
on Tuesday, May 6, 1919, at which
election will be submitted to the
qualified voters of said school district,
the question of levying a special tax,
in addition to the tax heretofore
authorized, not to exceed fifty cents
on: every one hundred dollars worth
tnvnhlA nronertv and a dollar and
fifty cents on each taxable poll, for
the purpose ot supplementing me
iinnl funds of said school district
and to create a sinking fund to pay
the interestt on and to retire tn
KnnHs nf said school district, now out
standing at maturity arid to. use the
remainder of said tax lor tne main
tenance of the schools of said Graded
Fn-thpr. in nursuance to said act
passed by the General Assembly of
North Carolina, session rauneq
March 10, 1919, and entitled an act
to amend and supplement chapter
one hundred and one oi tne private
laws, of one thousand nine hundred
and three, relating to iryon oracled
School District, it is further enacted
that at said election to be held in said
srhool district. Mav 6. 1919. there be
submitted to the qualified voters of
said school district the question of
electing three trustees ior said
Graded School to serve for a term
of two years, or, until their success
nrs shall be chosen and Qualify".
Pursuant to the act of the General
Assembly of North Carolina, as above
outlined, and, at a meeting ol 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., there being
. . t .
present a majority ot the memDers
of the said Board of School tommis
sinners, it was voted uron and order
ed by said School Commissioners that
the above 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 Iryon
Graded School Uistrict, this April l
Tryon Graded School Commissioners
By Geo. P. Gash,
Chairman of Board.
Notice oi Dissolution.
State of North Carolina, Department
of State. Certificate of Filing of Con
sent by Stockholders to Dissolution.
To All Whom These Presents May
Whereas, It appears to my satisfaction
by duly authenticated record of the pro
ceedings for the voluntary dissolution
thereof deposited in my office. The John
L. Jackson Company, a corporation of
this State, whose principal office is situa
ted at No. Trade Street, in the Town
of Tryon, County of Polk, Slate of
Ncrth Carolina (John L. Jackson being
the agent therein and in charge thereof.
upon whom process may be served) has
complied with the requirements of Chap
ter L I or the Kevnsal of 1905, entitled
"Corporations," and the amendments
thereto, preliminary to the issuing of this
Certificate that such consent has been
. Now, Therefore, I. J. Bryan Grimes.
becretary of btate of the State of North
Carolina, do hereby certify that the said
corporation did, on the 5 th day of April,
1919, hie in my office a duly executed
and attested consent in writing to the
dissolution of said corporation, executed
by more than two-thirds, fn interest of
the stockholders thereof, which said cer
tificate and the record of the proceed
ings aforesaid are now on file in my said
office as provided by law.
In Testimony Whereof, I have hereto
set my hand and affixed my official seal,
at Raleigh, this 5th day of April, A. D.
J. BRYAN GRIMES,
494 Secretary of State.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
The regular municipal election for
the Town of Tyron, for the purpose
of electing the Municipal officers for
said Town, will be held at the voting
place therein (the City Hall) Tues
day after the first Monday of May,
1919, it being the 6th day of May,
The following have been appointed
as registrar and judges for said elec
F. K. McFarland, registrar and T.
H. Coggy and R. T. McFee, judges
and poll holders.
This 17 day of March, 1919.
M. G. BLAKE,
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CRED-ITORS
Having qualified as executor of the
estate of A. L. Pitman, deceased, late
of Polk County, North Carolina, this
is to notify all-persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased to
exhibit them to the undersigned, on oi
before the 30th day of May, 1920,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar of
.All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment
This the 8th day of April, 1919.
Administratrix of A. L.. Pitman.
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