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KBterad mi Mcond-claas matter April 28. '1916
at the post office at Tryon. North Carolina, un
the act of March 3. 1879
B. F. COPELAND. - Editor
C. BUSfl, - Business Manager
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"Long May It Wave."
Give, and give liberally to the Sal
Some of the German peace dele
gates have taken their doll rags and
returned to Berlin.
Mf mih1i welfare and advises
writhe him las to his wor kof g:eneral
$Mfhre iifittiecounty.. U'-si t P
I ?Thp pelple ythisJtail J'
.i-oA iViiif. rorv hnv and crirl born
within our Wds.sOiallavevXailX,
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cnanee mime to oecome
A. WAtnan ' T fKis pnrf thev nave
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DreDared i a six months school f
tenri,f with compulsory attendance, a
juvenile court with a probation officer
in every county, and a county board
of charitites and public welfare to
look after social conditions and, find
remedies for. social evil.
After July first of this year, when
the law goes into effect, every child
between eight and fourteen years of
age must attend school for the full
term of the public school, which is o
be six months .hereafter. If a child
is unable to attend on account of pov
erty he may be helped from the pub
lic funds. It will be the business of
the school authorities and the chief
attendance officer of the county to
see that the law is complied with,
If those metmbers of congress would
give the gentlemen who are endeavor
ing to bring, peace to the world some
thing better than the League of Na
tions idea they douDtless would take
the matter under very careful con
sideration. Mr. Wilson has already
made several changes from his orig
inal idea, and , doubtless will have to
make several more before he or any
member of the peace conference . is
ready to place the plans before the
public. But the people of the civil
ized powers believe they are on the
right track, and wish them God-speed
in their work. .
NEW LAW FIRM.
Germany begins to realize that she
has been ' Whipped, diplomatically as
well as defeated in war.
Smith, Shipman and Arledge is the
title of a new law firm in Henderson
ville. The firm will have offices on
main street in a building occupied by
a somewhat well-known firm here
during the past many years Smith
In other words, then A. Y. Arledge,
of Columbus, Polk county, is now a
member of the old firm of Smith and
Shiptman. Mr Arledge already has a
reputation as a lawyer which time
will but add to. He has recently re
turned from overseas where he gave
a good account of himself. He is the
son of the Superior Court Clerk of
Polk county and is by no means a
stranger in Hendersonville. The new
partnership is now effectve Hender
If the Republicans want to remain
solid with the ladies they will at once
repeal the extra tax on face powder.
The Republicans can make a host
of friends in this section, by having
the extra tax on coca cola repealed.
Well there is one good thing about
the extra session of Congress. Claude
Kitchin ceases to be party, leader for
, Philippine Horses.
The horses in the Philippine Islands
are ponies containing a mixture of the
blood of ponies and small horses from
northern Coma, French Indo-Chlna
and Mexico, with a considerable ad
mixture of Arab blood. There are
about 215,000 horses in the Islands.
DONT QUIT READING NEWSPA-
' The fact that nobody seems to be
entirely satisfied with the peace terms
is pretty good indication that the con
ference is on the right track.
If the American troops were given
orders to begin a march on Berlin we
wager the peace terms offered the
Huns would be signed on short notice.
President Wilson again shows his
wisdom by staying away from Wash
ington as long as possible while the
present extra session of Congress is
; "Pink Whiskers" Ham Lewis and
Jim Vardaman will not be seen at
this session of congress, but Jim Reed
and Billy Mason are there to furnish
The county commissioners and the
county board of education of this
county must elect a county superin
tendent of public welfare before July
15. The county superintendent it to
be chief probation officer of the coun
ty and the chief attendance officer.
Republican leaders are beginning
to realize that the entire world is war
weary, and that while there may be
serious defects in the League of Na
tions, as perfected at Paris, it is a
move in the right direction, and will
doubtless lead ot better things later
on. It is at least worth a trial.
Just because the war is over, or be-
riuiso you.rpxty W buey with raioiitf- e
newicrop,, is no reason why you
should cease fcn keen tm with the oreaf:
problems facing the world,and the
The period of readiustment it at
hand. New conditions are cominsr to
pass and new issues must be met. You
must read a daily newspaper to keep
informed and to know what is Via ri
pening and how decisions on impor
tant matters are reached.
The man who is informed is the
man who will keep ahead.
When you read a daily newspaper,
read the best.
We believe we are civinc vnn the
greatest value for for vnnr mnnev
when you subscribe for the Greens-
Doro uaiiy News. Largest market
report. Washington and Raleigh bu
reaus. David Lawrence articles. ;Lon-
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Sunday features including
special section, and magazine fea
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with 6 months subscrintinn. Writ
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GREENSBORO DAILY NEWS,
Greensboro, N. C.
Any reader of this rianer ran ctt.
free copy of the Bulletin of the State
Board of Charities and Puhlic Wel
fare, Raleigh, N. C, by asking for it
on a postal. This issue contains . a
Copy of the state-wide iuvenile rnnrt
law and the county boards of welfare
and county superintendent of public
America was the first, not;
- - aaamw itvivt vJ
make use of the telegraph, telephone,
electric lights, submarines, steam for
motive power, and many other useful
inventions. It remained for Ameri
cans to be the first to flv across the
Atlantic ocean. The performance of
1.1. 1 V .
me navai sea planes last week is the
cause of much pride to all genuine
Six room furnished
tiv tt, njui
bath for rent.
chard Saluda, N. C.
Eees Of Mntt.lerl
for sale, $1.50 per setting of 15 eggs.
BUV Vnllr nurconr ofnol. "CI T
oraalev. SalllHa arrant -C 1 J
sr xvx uic uiu
reliable nursery company, of Pomna,
. ve you money ana
assist you in your selection of trees
best adaptedt o your soil.
The plerlc of court o-P tViio
now the.jxidge of the juvenile court
for the county and has exclusive ju-
risrlirtion over nil rauc r-f j.
neglected or dependent children un-
uci siiAtctn years 01 age. ine juven
ile court is not a criminal court, but a
corrective . and disciplinary and pro
tective agency for children who are in
ueeu vx such cure.
It is related that the Kaiser sent
a special envoy to see Teddy Roose
velt away back in 1914. This envoy
remarked to Mr Roosevelt. "Mv Im
perial Master desires me to ascertain
if you remember your visit to Berlin,
and the reception given you bv him "
remember the reception given me dril w mit"
Hens For Sale T
.Barred Plymouth Rock hens for sale.
a. ixuujnaku, Tryon, C.
FOR SALE :Nice mah ncrnn v hoot
case; also some small farming tools.
Enquire of James Leonard, lryon.
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FOR SALE Sweet nntfn rTtc .
several kinds; at 25c per 100; ready
now. T. H. Williams. Trvon K . C.
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North Pacolet, on May 10, one darkj
wor wise luuie agea iz or lo years,
wsiprht about. ROO
formation please notify Claude O.
the same $rip, by theiKing and Queen:
oi- tseigium ueu.
ThetalLoardf Charities &nd'5
. Public Welfare are required to ap-
is 5 point ithreer persons "in each county
- - who shall serve without' pay and act
as a county: board of charities and
public Welfare. It is probable that
. two men and one woman will be ap
pointed in each county. - The county
poara meets wiwi wie couuiy ,.buj-
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SM1TH & WRLDROP
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Landrum, South Carolina
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EVERY woman needs 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 to :$9.QO
Wilkins & G6
&ctoUztnj In Stt Sisss
REAL ESTATE; L
City and Farm Properly Bought and Sold. Furnished and un
f unrobed houses for rent. Property taken care of and rents
eoUeeHed. Do not waste your time and ore yourseJf out looking
for afplace.; Our auto is at your service free. Notary Public.
JAMS LEONARD, Tryon, N. C.
YouD riled neither. a' hatchat nor a 'stick'of dynamitei,'
good, ordinary set of molars will easily dispose of
A Fine Tenderloin Steak
An Extra Porterhouse Steak
A Luscious Round Steak
A Nutritious Roast 3
' 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, hogs
and chickens, for which I will pay the high
est MARKET PRICE.
A. H. WILLIAMS.
be very glad to talk it over with you. e
1 We might-he able. to,offer a suwf;
g not Uiuugm ui tuau vvuuiu cave you money
H All financial matters held strictly
1 BANK, Of LANDRn,
1 Landrum, S. C.
1 The Old RiUable .. ROY P. WHITLOCK,
She Followed the Line I
We Sent Over the Rhine
--.M -"K $:f 'A'
The famfliar flnuu I H .4 fifl fhlfnrrAsnH mrt lr Km nnkt,!.. V
after tjur years in khaki with the boys "Over There." Salvation Army lassies
.served old fashioned Americarvjdouflrnqtsn the: font; trcncJies,rad npw
that th war is over they will be found again In thVslurns and dark places of
our great Cities, ready to give a helping hand 'ca nent women and children who
are on the down grade.. The Salvation Army Home Service Campaign for
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claa guarantee tnatevery cent will be return,
q pius interest; ana-tne ieeiing oi satisiaction i
O pan come only through the performance of 4
Invest now today with Uncle Sam's
Buy to your limit!
This Space Contributed to the Victory Loan by
All Liberty. Bond now in. Please call
BAN IK OF TRYON
W. T. LINDSEY Pre J. B. HESTER Cashier.
These Essentials of Sound Banking
are embodied in this institution.
YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED
BAN IK of SALUD
Capital $ 1 p,600.0Q
HENRY P. CORWITH, Pres. JOHN B. CANNON, V-Prcs. PRESTON IVM
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You ought to
have a pair of
these soft vici kid
; Nothing except the actual wearing can
. more elegantly describe the effects of
these SELZ shoes than the above slogan.
SELZ comfort shoes have made feet glad
for nearly one-half century.
They represent the quality which yon
expect, but seldom find.
They represent all leather, good work
manship and the lowest price consistent
with what you get V
Specializing in Sets Shoes
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