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VOL. XXV NO. 3
TRYDN, N. C; FRIDAYl flAY 23, 1919.
$2.ti0 A YEAR
,-,- Saturday, closes the
L'uo Saivatio Army. Polk
isked to 'contribute four-
n-ir to tms iunu.
. ,:!;itV Is
, i.iv i'on Army during the recent
t:'c; (fvcrc favorably impressed by
. unui i '.it,
r..., a.,v, the front we
l' 1 , ,1 i. : e iUm.n ho over hppn
-onvinced mat n
i ifi ;ie upon me Amciaau u-
. funds that was worthy, it is
,.nU nf t.h salvation Army.
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TR YON ROUTE 1. '
Quite jsl large crowd attended the
.services at the Baptist church Sun
day, m memory oi tne loved ones who What has become of -the poultry
muu w resu . in tne cem- page" Wish we could get more in-
cwiy, aw in memory ot Jesse 1. terestedin thoroughbred poultry.
Lewis who was slain in " battle in m, - . .
France. September 9Q 1 qi 5 : ' t 3 Wn we - to get a Fair book or
The most lt.iiia
like many others, gave his lifefor his
country. We feel that too mucRh
praise cannot.be given these boys,
who so freely gave their life. Also
ior tne boys who went to fight for
their country and; returned. They
luu iuaue a greac sacrifice.
j.n connection with the memorial
services,- dunaay, there was a quiet
but beautiful wedding, when Mr.
lommie Jiicuumn land
Glad' to, note-Polk countv is to cele
brate the 4th at grand old Columbus.
Polk is bound to ero over the top too,
as she has with all liberty loans and
everything else she. undertakes.
Many enjoyed the memorial service
Sunday, given in honor of Corporal
Jesse Lews. I . say enjoyed, yes the
memories of Jesse are often 'renewed
and are enjoyable to all.
Quarterly meeting and missionary
rally is to,, be given at the Methodist
church, at. Mill Spring, Saturday and
bunday, May 24th and 25th. Kev.
Parker Holmes presiding elder. Ev
erybody invited. r
lIn answer tri ahovp nupstions will
, i nnt. nnn a . t- r inni avovtirn m4- ri . 11 t. l i ji a. ai l j
-r n irouu maiiv mcvluc tv tAuoa u.u ounnir. Mmnav. i suv mai infi reason Tin Triorp tiouiltv
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in a sheering way oi me wore jrnvate xveuoen it. wnson, who has matter appears is because the poultry
hp -saivauon wiuw .xi uic aimy oi occupation nas raisers oi jtoik county ao not tmnK
a cause to come in ciose cumacif cmlutu nume. ve au welcome him enougn oi tne.v aepartment to. asK
t. i!-P5o rifonie wmie a resraent oi nume nKmn. Questions. The editors. Messrs. ivauDD
s, ! cius, uiiu ivua Hum aKuui -.. i . ii. ,ii noun mciives a request t"u Lyjft owum icauy iinawei
vip-iro that if there is a class of to all Folk county soldiers to attend questions submitted us. and we are
mi Hod's footstool today that memorial services at Caaner fian thp more than Dleasd to receive them
r, : I fi-ffU Cnnn., t i S Itii. tt: : a ; -
' at true, Vjiin&tJuiia, it ia ure ""u .juiivicvy in junc, in nonor oi Pn- l J-Jie roir preuuiuu ubt is nuw m uie
1-majority Ua ilieiiiucia nc toi- i ua vv jiouii wiiu guve HIS Hie Oil I uu& ua. txic UJictwi iui tiicix cv-
; .! nrr know what thev are domcr. lyio.
the class ot people wno are rr were Douna in the holy bonds
r t.c- work in an sections oi ui matrimony, wte wish them both
T'nitoci btates. ill mauy oi-itca i ivng nappy lixe.
..nrpvnor of the state is heading ; -o . .
r., v-n k. ana is ujiu& an in ia owaih uriT(
the tiood cause.
K,. I f V.OC VinOTl i-VlQ I CoiTOTl1 W li,.. n 1 n 1 1 J
i mies-iroiie u.v i i "vm uwe atteiiueu memo
Sent. 29 proval. As soon as they pass on it
We hope each soldier will feel the copy will be turned into the print
remained for the crreat war that it s his duty to honor thosp whn or.- It will
to bring the work of this organization J sleep in Flanders' fields, "over there." until they
to the closer attention.of the world. rnvate Andy McGumn has recent- Editor.)
Members of all denominations, both My returned home from overseas.
Protestant and Catholic are warm m several irom Ncodlesville -- passed
fii.n urn so ot their work, and 11 you tnrougn this section Sunday.
t it. r ' . . i - w . f "
ant to know what they did during Miss Myrtle Whiteside visited her
grandmothr Sunday aftrhoon.
M!r. Anderson Womack.was at Sun
ny View, Saturday, listing taxes.
iir. uaiph Edwards spent a social
hour on Itoute 2, Sunday.
...... 6- .
then be but a short while
are ready, for distribution.
M"r jand Mrs.. Wills and Mr. and
Mrs.- Brown, of Spartanburg, visited
Mrs:t Willis' brother, Mr. J. Mi. Brian,
Sundays ' - - .
. Messrs Joe and Harry Williams, of
Innian'were back in their old home
MrsMilnor Jones and Miss Mary
Camp" are visiting Judge Clem J.
Jorfes;rn Athens, Tenn.
"Mrs W. C. Walkef and daughters,
Mri.dias Stockton and fMiss Velma
Walker spent several days in Moores
borbr ' last week.
JJesdames R. R. Simmons and Ola
Justice, of Rutherfordton, visited
Hillcrest last week. -
Mr, and Mrs. T: C.
spent some time at
hornet 1 returned to
; -Quitea number of young people
f ronr Abolene were at Hillcrest, Sun
day. ' ' ",'
The iFarmers' Cooperative Associa
tion of Greens Creek township, holds
its monthly meeting at Greens Creek
High School, on Saturday, May 24th,
at 3 o'clock, - A good attendance of
Greens s Creek farmers and their
wives is very much desired. .
Coxe, who have
4i war, just as: one oi our returneu
soldier-boys. One and all will tell
ou the Salvation 'Army was the
n-iend of the soldier.
Polk county is onbT askd for $400.
let's make -it an even thousand.
Nice weather seems to havo mm a
to help out the farmer," and he will
no doubt use it.
trrayson- Jackson -and Spurgeon
Bishop were in this section Sunday.
Posey Henderson and several others
attended I. W. W. social:
Earnest Laughter attended services
ill preach in the chapel
r., xt Sunday, at the - regular hour,
Tlie Lvrm Community
meet in' the. chapel, next
May 22nd, at 8:S0 p. m, V .
Tt'; to . honed that -iace.ordincr to
lumber for the i window I atr Silver Creek. Sunday.
fi ?mcs of the new church will be de- I Dewey Hill returned from a visit to
orf-r 't h is week. " f. -1 ouartanourg,- a. u.. -Sundav
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. SwamvofUnion. . Uncle' James Case, so called . by all,
S r v.-orf visit. tn ir in hvnn last visited David Patz. Sundav. ' .
v.Wk-cnd. . . : v v, - . MJsfes, Pearl and Vina;; Laughter
The clean up day for the ;school Vilu iV"ss riora radiey. Sunday,
failed to .jnaWUsNotl v, : Afls? yxnajJUOUHUl visited-
tiieir KinsioiKS, i. u. daughter's fam
ily, last week.
encash showed to form a team, so the
proposition failed. -
Karl Underwood left a few days
ap-o for Spfhdate, N, O., where he
ho'fis a position as shipping clerk.
Mi. T. A.' PJppy of Columbia, S. C,
rp 'nt aptweek- end. with his iamiiy.
.?.;. and r.vs. E.
dau-hter, Edith, Mr,
i.;ia-'.;-y"and children of Spartanburg,
r.vA Dcv.ilt Cannon, of Greenville,
vno guests of their father, W. A-.
On nor., vast Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hampton of
Landrum, S. C, were guests of H. G.
Cannon, last Sunday.
W: understand tJie real meaning of
the annexed item in the Tryon column
of last v.eek, and to be .frank, -'-we
v.ouM not like to take on any" more
tinprogrcssiveness than we have. al
rcad.y Ti p town of Lynn failed to hold its
aanual town election in May, so the
old hoard will hold over.
If Tryon will let Lynn vote in their
rs'y.t --Vction, there will be no ques-
i:on about the maionty.
earnest laughter made trip to
bpananburg with a teahv returning
. Uncle James Case says he causrht
a rainbow trout 18 inches 1 oner. JinH
'J' i , . . o
B. Keeter ' arid :ve!snea tnree pounds, Sunday morn-
and Mrs. G. H. inV ' '
i i vr ' i ' a i l . i i i
a'ho. i. j. Xiuugnier visited her
daunrhter, Mrs. Harrison Bradley, last
Willie and Cloud Gilbert visited in
this section one day last week.
Sunt. W T. Hammett made a busi-
ncf- trip to Asheville, a few days ago.
V'di. :vr Fhhtop, you have
"ro-.iht out the sr.-ake question rather
fatly. Hope by late fall you will
leirr. them about ail exterminated.
! f-"1 last one you reported was a
v.-hoper, by gum. The snake, 'we
hvan. of course.
u.i J.o was m Tho A.vnr r Mviaion rp.
l.ii'.cil !i f.1". Wf"V ' -TfrtTYi nirorceoo irtolr-
.. - . , . ... I A V A ... , AW
2 l,ae no i snakes, locusts or
vdondles to report this week, not
or tnorrf h
We are havng lots of wet weather
here, which is putting farm work be
hind. A large party of Melvin Hillites
went to Chimney Rock last Sunday.
Mrs. Geo. Branscom went to the
Ruthei-fordton hospital for - a few
days, returning home Sunday.
There was a baptising here last
Saturday afternoon, two persons were
Mr. Philip Henderson is down sick
Mr. and Mrs. Karris, of sCooley
springs, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bn Mor
Mr. Tilden Higgins has purchased
a new parlor organ. .
Mir. S. S. Lawter has had his store
us shined, but we had
Kiiies, garacn peas, onions,
1 , 7 JgVliVl-iX "Oj
"iti. im? cmifl :auor law and cur-
I '-lent of prcduction. of the Trvon
Ifg. Co.. it is hard for the
!? of Lynn just now, but it is to
.ypcd- it will socn improve.
li-un may be down buthe is riot
;':ul-' ,1s the pass word for the Salva-
- 1 rear - fnv
Mrs. Waldrop has recently purchas
ed a new Victrola graphophone.
Mr. G. C. Reagan is on the sick list.
Master. John Robert Stacy spent the
day, last Thursday, with his grand
mother, Mrs. Stacy. -
Mrs. M. E. 'Morris is at Clifton,
now, with her daughter, Mrs. Shehan,
and is still quite poorly , from the
Several thousand veterans of the Argonne Forest recently entered Ne
Vnrt hnrbor. .Anions them were several badly woUnded Marines. One man,
easily distinguished because of a coat sleeve that dangled empty at his side
and a Croix de Guerre, was making his way slowly to the waiting ambulance
when a Salvation Army girl approached him and offered doughnuts ana corcee,
Knw 1 know I am home." he said. "Those doughnuts helped a whole lol
over there,' and, first crack out of the box when we land, we find more wait-
ing-for us. The best thing about the Salvation Army work out near tne ironi
line was the smile that accompanied, the gift. Those girls had a knack of
wrapping up every doughnut and every cupof coffee in a smile. The dough
nuts were fine, but the smile that took the place of powdered sugar." The
Salvation Army Home Service Fund Campaign for $13,000,000 opens May 19,
to last one week. T . . . . .: . . . ... -
LANDRUM ROUTE 4.
ior ther4th of July, and
.-ot the 1
Vi"-' to ,o. Se
people are not in
own . affairs, they
Miss Minnie Arledge returnedfrom
Hendersonville, Sunday, after spend
oui, aim e-ai rP0t with hpr sister.
Afv Rfthflrt. Hill and iamiiy. Mr.
F Shorr and family. Mr. L. L. Tal
'flTit. and Misses Alice and" Ada Tat-
lant were among those who attended
the services at the Mill Spring .Bap
tist" chuch, Sunday
Rnm tn Mr. and Mrs. Major Hutch
vvru'vi'", ,ai1;t?n!).urgr where they are erson, Sunday, a girl.
Mr .r v ,s.,time- . . ' Misses Dorothy Edwards and Annie
.'I. 1 r ?r hCt.H r,.nnnfif I ' - . rt i 1 -.,
last FviX;; ""rK .y Lois Mills spent
LET'S DO SOMETHING
-Vmn.;o and Nellie Ballard ran
anf sPt the week-end with
Alia Pruitt is
nrs lh c- Brisco
r listed property for
a.v uuu aturnav. ana . j nn
rr,-.l, - .71 TlientlS 111 AXVUii.
iwpni were very nromnt to ' , , Ti:: xrrio.
sonville, visited relatives in
t. t Austin Newman left, Tues-
i?f Moultrie. Charleston. ' S.
C, to reshme his work, after spending
a month With his parenta.
Mr.' Chas. Promt, former farm dem
onstrator for Polk county, arrived m
town, Monday evening.
Miss Fanny Foster and Mr .Thos
McGuinn, were married at Mill
Spring Baptist church Sunday. : , ;
We are glad to hear one township
in Polk bounty is to have a community
was in Landrum,
(hv - x-, able to be
to see Mf .
has ben sick for
0 to be out again,. Sun-
nf " vr- L- Brisco and Hor-
)e. '"JUWfl visited relatives
nio-lif nnJ c 3
.. -.jiii, emu o unucty .
Thft farmers are getting somewhat
behind with their work, on account of
the bad weather.
Wheat and other crops, as wen a&
grass, are looking fine.
A large crowd attended the memo
rial services, Sunday, at ureeni.
Creek. . ' . - ,
Misers. Klxie and dLemuei norn
left for Detroit, Mich., Monday, y
Mr. and Mrs.. Rueker Bland, of
Cliffside visited the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cantrell, Sunday.
The little two year old boy of Mr.
and Mrs. R. J. Abrams, is very ill.
Miss Bessie Smith, of Georgia is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Hattie 10
ney. Some of the, farmers of this section
have some fine vetch crops.
We are glad to see the days get
ting longer, so, that our mail carrier
can get-around before night.
Mr. WarnahT Greenway and Mr.
Leonard Johnson were pleasant call
ers at Mir. E W. McDade's, Sunday
afternoon. ' m
Messrs.' Har-ey and Joe Williams,
of Inman, S. C, were seen in tmr
section, Sunday afternoon, s
Mr. J. T. .r Greenway has lately
painted his cottage. f , , j
lf,' A l,ra f!nntTrll nas returned
. IVilSO ii"'-'' " - . i
after a week's visit with re ia-
tives in Cliff side and Oaroleen.
o ''- ' ''
Tryon has been doing great things
for everybody and every place for the
past three years except for herself.
It is time to look around, take stock
of our needs, and do something to
help our own town and community.
Some time ago we published an
article from Mrs. Morton in which
she stated that there were seven
museums in the State of North Caro
lina, two of which were in Tryon.
Both these collections are made up of
articles that money could not replace,
at least some of them, if they were
destroyed.' At present they are both
packed away where they are doing
nobody any good. The Lanier Club
has undertaken to place one of these
collections in a presentable shape,
but the committee in charge realizes
that there -is not sufficient room in
the Library building for this collec-.
tion, and hardly knows what to ao m
Why not raise money enough to
add a suitable "room to the Lanier Li
brary building where both collections
rt-WpM as others that would be do
nated, could find a suitable and per
manent home? It has been estimat
ed that $1,000 will do it. That is not
much money for such an important
matter. What do you, think about it?
We would like to have this matter dis
cussed, and .will , readily donate space
in our paper for that purpose.
Miss Stackhouse spent Thursday
with home folks at Inman, S. C. .
Mrs. J. A. Steelman is the guest of
her sister," Mrs. J. H. Shytle, in Ashe
ville. Mrs. . Mary 0. Kelly was the guest
of her sister, in Asheville, the fore
part oi the week.
Mrs. Christy, after a stay of sev
eral months in Tryon, returned to her
home in Detroit, Mich., Thursday.
Miss Sarah Purdy leaves within a
few days for Charlestown, West Vir
ginia, where she will spnd the sum ,
.Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lindsey and
Miss Edith Thurston are attending
the convention of the Episcopal
church, in Asheville.
The Junior Order, of Tryon, has no
tified the citizens of Columbus that
they will attend the Fourth of July
celebration at, that place, in full
numbers. ' "
VVfe are in recept of word from Rev.
F. Barrows Makkepeace, stating that
he and Mrs. Makepeace have reached
(jranby, Conn, safely, where they ex
pect to remain the coming summer.
I will be at the Town .Hall, Tryon,
N. C. on May 30 and 31. to list taxes.
All who fail to list on these days will
be listed as delinquent. Delinquents
are to be penalized by having their
assessmnet doubled. -
J. M. BUTLER, Tax Lister.
, On account of delays in receiving
copy, our "Opportunities" number of
the NEWS will not appear until next
week. . It is going to be filled with
much interesting, matter pertaining
to Folk county, and we would advise
all desiring a copy of the paper to put
in their order now.
Mrs.J. W. Kenned" will entertain
a house party for a week, at her resi
dence,in Tryon. The party will be
composed of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cain
of St. Matthews, S. C; Mr. and Mrs.
(jrrandm Taylor, of Easley, S. C, and
Mr. and Mrs. Wl K. Manning, of
King's Mountain, S. C.
Tryon is a small town, therefore
can easily be made a beautiful town.
The new administration Will do all in
its power to further every effort to
improve it. Let every citizen do his
or her part in this respect, and vou
ii - .
wm ue surprised. now lew troubles we
will have, and how soon everybody
win be proud of our homes.
U-M M Olarinlyice president oL
XMortn uaroiina, has recently put m a
moaei sweet potato storage house in
the lobby of his bank at Tarb;ro in
order to call the attention of his pat
rons to the value of these houses in
saving the potato crop during the
winter, so that advantage may be
taken of the market prices in spring
ne oanic is lending monev to anv
larmer who desires to make such an
improvement on his place.
It "would' astonish many of us some
times if we could know what -our
neighbors think of usV Every man
has some kind of standing in the com
munity where he lives, and is sized up
a great deal closer than he has any
idea or. iou may set it down as
i.act that there isn't a twelve-veav-
ld boy in the neighborhood who
han't his opinion of you, and he
wouldn't be slow about expressing it
eitner, it a stranger should ask him
for it. . Every man is always making
character, whether he is doing any
thing else or not. Burnsville Eagle.
Mr. M. G Blake, town manager,
wishes to notify the citizens of Tryon
that on Monday, May 26th, or the
first fair day' following, a team will
call at each house ior tin cans, and
other indestructible rubbish. Please
help the town authorities in ridding
Tryon of mosquitoes, and one wav to
,1 4.1. l j.i , , , .
uu una is vy morougniy cleaning up
your premises before they have a
chance to breed. Be sure that vou
have no tin cans or any other vessel
aymg around that, will hold water
for the mosquitoes will take advan
tage of all such receptacles, and be-
iore you know it the town will be full
of the pests. Place all your refuse
in boxes or barrels so that the wagons
can have easy access to it.
The work of beautifying Trvon has
taken on a more hopeful aspect. The
Southern Railway Co., has written
the Lanier Club wanting to know if
that organization will aid in putting
tne railway embankment - m shape
and wants to know if ' enough ivv
vines can be securedJto cover the un
sightly bank. Some of the ladies
have suggested that running roses be
substituted for ivy; and that not only
will it make a more sightly aboear-
ance, but will prevent washing even,
even better than the ivy. The South
ern has but recently repainted all its
property, cleaned up and put m good
shape everything over which it has
jurisdiction. Now it is up to the
town authorities to see that the good
work of the railway company is not
allowed to be destroyed.
THE TOWN BUDGET.
Now that the world has been made
safe for peace and democracy the
next big job will beto make every in
dividual community m the country
safe and wholesome as a- place for
wholesome and happy living. Com
munity dvelopment is the next great
step in American life. Each commun
ity will have problems of its own to
solve. Certain it is that no commun
ity in North Carolina will fail to take
stock and plan for better things.
Realizing this fact, the last legisla
ture provided a plan whereby coni1
munities might organize effectively,
for community development along
wholesome social lines. , : -
Three public-spirited citizens,
woman and two men, are to be
pointed m each county as a county
board of public welfare. These citi
zens will advise with the local author
ities on community problems, and will
especially .aid the county superinten
dent of public welfare to carry out
the duties of his office. The memebrs
serve without pay.
Th county superintendent of public
welfare is to be elected by the county
commissioners and the county board
of education in each county in " the
State not later 'than July 15th. He
should be elected as soon as possible.
He is to be paid jointly by the two
boards. A complete compulsory school
attendance law goes into effect July
first, and the county superintendent
of public welfare is to be the chief at
tendance officer. He is also to be the
chief probation officer of the county
attending upon the juvenile court. It
is highly important that he be a man
of tact, energy and usefulness. "
Thus each county wilr be provided
with a county board of public welfare
and a county superintendent, , whose
duties will be to look after the unfor
tunate in every way, and especially
the sick, the neglected, the wayward
or truant children, and to aid families
m solving the problems relating to
such conditions; in short, to be a so
cial worker and leader wherever his
services are needed. In addition to
this, the county board will aid - and
lead in planning community programs-
of various kinds, amusements.. recre
ations, and community projects gen
erally, and assist in correcting and
jv f ., i i , T j
uniting tne iorces aireaay in existence
thus each community has the mean3
of going ahead with its own plans of
social development and progress.
County Superintendent, Prof. E. W.
P . Jo WW eet-rs trrat thcr-Doard Xf Ethr-
cation has several names unnder con
sideration for the position of county
superintendent of public welfare, and
will take the fitness of every one un
der very careful advisement. This is
one of the most important questions
in our county, and we sincerely trust
that a man worthy the position will
secure the appointment. It it also
highly necessary that the remaining
personal of the board be secured from
representative Polk county citizens.
JOHN EARLY AGAIN.
Thursday's papers tell us that -the
District of Columbia refuses to pay
for the keeping of John Early in the
leper's home in Louisiana, stating
that he is a resident of North' Caro
It'sems to us that this poor unfor
tunate man has received about the
most unjust and uncalled for treat
ment of any person we know of.1 If
not a resident of the District' of' Co
lumbia nor. of North Carolina, he is
a citizen of th United States, and as
such is entitled to at least the treat
ment of a human being. A man who .
gave the time tha he did to he Gov
ernment of the United 'States as one
of her soldiers is entitled to more hu-
mane treatment than he is receiving.
It brings humiliation oh his rela
tives and friends, to say nothing of
his own remorse, and is ajdisgraceful
action on the-part of either the Dis
trict of Columbia, North Carolina or
the United States.
Mr. Heber. Carson, of Henderson
ville, visited relatives in Tryon
Mr. Eugene Brownlee attended to
business affairs in Asheville Thurs
day, y : , -
Mr. J. H. Swail, after a short vis
it with his sister, Mrs. M. L. Taft,
returned to his home in Winslow;
Arizona, Thursday. Mr. Swail was
Lver favorably impressed with Tryon.
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SALVATION ARMY DRIVE.
At a call meeting of the Mayor and,
Bpard of Commissioners of the Town
of Tryonj held in "the -office of the
Mlanager, last Friday night, the bud
get for the year was discussed and
left open until the regular meeting,
to be held Monday June 2nd, in Town
Hall, at 8:30 p. m.
Any one interested should be pres
ent and make their suggestion known
at this meeting.
A telephone was ordered placed at
the residence of Chief Wilson. -
M. G BLAKE, Clerk.
The Salvation Army drive is now
on and Polk county is expected to fill
its quota by Saturday, night' so that
reports can go to headquarters at
that. time.'.. .About -half of the quota
has been paid in with subscriptions
in slowly. W. F Little, County
Chairman says that practically all the
subscriptions have, come 'in from '
Tryon and that it is how up to 'the
rest of the county to get busy. Try- -on
has raised over one-half of Polk
County's quota. Surely the rest of -Polk
will not ask Tryon -to assume all
of Polk's quota. Tryon will do it
rather than see Polk county fall down
on such a noble cause. ' V ".
Subscriptions, are being received by
Dr. G. R. Little, Saluda; C. Ev Shore
and F M. . Burgess, Columbus; M.
Georgion, Greens Creek; Postmaster
Cannon, Lynn; J. M. Lwis & Son..
Mill Spring; W F. Little, Tryon.
If not convenient , to - any of 'the
above subscribers may send " remit-
tances direct to W. F. Little, Chair-: -man,
Tryon, N. C. and receipt-will be
sent by return mail. Subserintinns
from $1.00 to $1,000 gladly received,
fair. ' .