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IFI FOLK COUNTY HEVS anitTRYOH BEE
n Henderson county has a breed, of
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uucucns uiair itxys 'cgjs1 wiin -;,ww
yolks and anotner completely, formed h s
Consolidated If o v. -, , 1 9 1 5
egg,, all within the same, shell.; And h
the young man has been in charge of
the Hustl-)pnly $. f eweek- if ?that "j
" The recent bomb outrafires demon- J
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strates the fact that America, isfac- I "
ing a; dangerous condition ; and - that it
a a Aiiirw auuui iuc uppoi luniues' TDat have , JL j ' n
f. r. i -.i ". i i-: ' '"Pped
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Kateradas sacond-clasa matter April 28. 1915
t ta poat office at Tryon, North Carolina, un
der act of March 3. lb79 .
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REASON for yourself and determine how a Qn j
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ior seiecung parry piattorms and
, . , panic account wouia remedy the situation
ACT at once and lend vour enercnVt tn k l 1 1-
B. F. COPELAND. - Editor
C. BUSH 0 - ; Business Manager
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. , . Subscription $2.00 per Year
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uairu ARIES. CARDS OF THANKS,. 1 NOTICE OF THANKS.
oItioni6f ReapacChorch or Lodffe Noticaa . . . . ' .
wnara an aomtsaion reeia ctoarsred. or for financia I Xttiss Margaret Warner Wishes to
; ain.A will b charged wuiar advertiains ratea of J thank most warmly the many friends
. eenta pr line. . . J who sent flowers ; and thoughts to
. 125 Weat S9th Street. New York City, ia our aole
aad excluajye oretffn Advertiaiiuf Aseh t,
Round Hill, lflsf WMt fnr Viok Aaa
June Is havinff some diftlrnltv tn spk
tllng upon the nroner tlilp Vnr h
father. The other .day she was play-
mg wiin one or his collars when she
lore at. Just then she heard him rom-
Ing upstairs, and rushing to the top'
step, caueo in distressful tones: "Oh.
aaaay, i lias tore my bubble's collar V
An eminent pianist was about to
give a recital In a large hall. As the
auaience was riling In a man staggered
up to the door and presented a ticket
"You cannot go In," said, the official In
cnarge ; "you are not In ' a fit condi
tion. "Didn't I nnv fnr mv tfbntv
asKea tile man. "Isn't It In order?'
"It's all right.Mf was the reply, "but
you you are all wrong you are In
toxicated r "Intoxicated ? Of course
I'm fnfnr nofait I- f : L i. - .
i .-ivUiitut ii j wusn I qo vou
. It takes longer to agree on- peace i ""n i would come to a piano reel
terms than it did to win thp war tal?"
EVERY 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, v
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. - .
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11 The Old Reliable . ROY P. WHITLOCK, Cathier
$ 3. SO to S.00
"Long May It Wave."
Wilkins & Co.,
What good will it do a man in a
"State Wide" state if the brewers are
allowed to make light beers?1
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Snow fpll m Tpt9 Toef Tift?s
But you can never tell what Texas is
' liable to do in the matter of -weathert"
"The Watch on the Rhine" must
have been in a state of . ."innocuous
desuetude" whert the Renish repubUfe
was'- established. i - . - "V.,,t
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Why not put all the alcohol that
beer contains, in the foam, for nobody
can 'lise -that, anyway. .
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Jim Reed is opposed to woman suf
frage. That ought to make, every
decent man in th TTnitpH Qtao0
. va WVUVVO !Ow
vorit. , .
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' The man who wants to roll up a
fortune must first learn io roll" up his
sleeves.ForestrCity Courier. And
forget to roll up cigarettes.
An Aiken, -fi. C, newspaper says the
reason President Wilson is in favor of
"xxxco, ib win not mtenere with
viic puiar comDmation . of v wine
rr uuicu aim song. . ; " -
Senator Borah opposes woman suf-
fro rra 'Vx. 1 . . ...
v 11?5ay ne 1S a candidate
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BUY ALL n
If prices continue to climb up and there . is
no reason to doubt they will, you will make , a
VWIWIUW saving oy Duymg a i UINUli,
0pv2(t Iby Ia3(v
Biiy a Certificate of Deposit.
It earns four per cent from date and can be
q . converted into cash by mail, st any time.
O W. T. LINDSEY Prei . , J. B. HESTER Ctihier.
for the.yice. Presidency, on. .9ie., Re-?
pubhcaii ticket, Backto the tell tin
ber for you, IVIr. Borah.
'A "cruel remark is this one: "Mr!
' 2,7a aiims ..diy UJ everything!
o rw!TT Acept language." The
oun snouia be more respectful Index
Greenwood, S. C.
,.Aff.r the barrooms in. some of the
- ?5 Cl0se a lot of PePie are go
f Sff, 5. which they simply
tn:i -Y n ""w"uw spend satisfac
torily. Greensboro News.
snn!papiLPubHsW in Aikn, S.C.,
, 3 --; wuuty . coma exist with a
' "' v .i14 around it. But they
WiVthe material with which 2
"txixvx wie wan, w presume.
t,, article in - the Henlersonville
Hustler is headed "How to Eat Rah S
neonlf0 what trles
lSSLe n?bor. It's
. - 5 i-xxc nan, mat Dothers.
J "Henderdsonville boasts of a younff
man.whrt fftl- . young
T bosuns m music by
!"a?il Pat's nothing, neighbor. Polk
) io n?la attenmpting
' - octuicaa waiermion.
o- . .
, 5S!tad W that China
v "ffr caPer once. Can you
-" .v"e uciiuer man- thma 7
Just as'some United States" Senator
gets ready to criticise the League of
?SZ55? is received that It hSs
- , I T , ucu- ana all the time is
Wnfl the Senator devoted ge
lino lltl hio cnn..1. fe
ISouth CaroliTin -fa
.. . . luimcia are nuv-
vm.n "ft to' deposit their Liberty
Bonds in says a salesman in the Hen
v : Hustler, The farmers Sf
"SSihi:Ca?olma are evidently not as!
lis as the farmers SI
ZC """"y- "ere tney deposit both
. their money, and bonds n Sur local
- bements of these
q Asheville is determined 'to afford
amusement for he? summer crowds
let ?eeley, proprietor. Qf; the Grove
Park Win wnc -wuiti tA-. c v,ry.7e
v r'x.- 7 1 ' " xuocu space m trr
nnrf.j ivt o i v u i" s now re
'5Sm2 Seelev may start another
morninfe newspaper in Ashevillej If
:- -Mr sLwL,nake tMn hum foJ
wr. Qeeley knows the -newsnaW
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W SEIRVDCE 03
Tlrese Essentials of Sound Banking
.are embodied in tKihmitufibn. '
YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED
Capital $ -s o.nnn nn
.'f tr! Mi ' . r .au-
If II nitrrti himiv
We have a good line of
nay Kalces, Urain Cradles, 14 and 15
lagers, Binder Twined Et !
. If you need a good Gas or Oil Stove; Screen Wire; Field,
Hog, Barbed and Poultry Fencing, we have -it, at rigjit prices.
H-ANOIRUiMl, S. C. '
r All Work Guaranteed
fiwt floor;. WDkiiu9 store :
MRS. E. FaHODElS.
We Have the Right Prices
Kind of Materials
o do your , building Full "stock
Dcprs Vindpws, Siding; flo'brln
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'.J'S. . . i fill
W- F. LITTLE
: TTon, N, G.
Yea ought to
have a pair of
these soft vici kid
lyiftese for Coif ort
Nothing except the actual wearing can1
rrcT.,7r ucscnoe me effects of i
these SELZ shoes than the above sloran.
" "SELZ comfort shoes have made feet glad 1
avi. ucdiiv onp-nnit t
. They represent the quality which you
expect, but seldom find.
. eyreseht aU Jea!mer, goo;work-
wiia wnat you get f,h,-f -''s- r
Tryoti Lodge-No; 1 18
iThe eStoToTty" w t 1 Lodge
villA we-lT?9r of the Henderson- ; i a1-
nighto: Of Pytfi
TilYON, N, C.
WiLSHHS & CO., . Jiyon, N. CI
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