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Satrd as seccnl-class matter April 28. 1915
at the port office at Tryon, North Carolina, un
der tfia act of March 3. 1879
B. F. COPELAND, - fccfoor
C. BUSH, - " ' Business Manager
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where an admission fee is charged,, or for financia
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"Lxng May It Wave.'
We believe that history is to again
repeat itself. . Every J big panic or
trade depression in the Unitd btates
is receded by a series ; of strikes,
such as are taking place now. La
bor, has its rights in this - country,
same as all others, but when labor un
dertakes to strong-arm the country as
it is now doing, it always fails. The
people have not forgotten the sorry
spectacle of labor strikes inaugurated
during the war, when the country was
perfectly helpless; when the very life
of the country was at stake. Laoor
has received more recognition ,than
any other class of citizenship, but it
must be given to understand that
other people have rights that must
There will be held an election in
public school district at Gray's Chapel
on July etn, to ascertain wnemer ui
not thery shall have a special school
tax not to exceed 50 cents per $100
valuation of property and $1.50 on
each poll to supplement the county
fund apportioned by the Board of
Education of Polk county. v
The boundary of said district fully
set forth in petition filed this the 2nd
day of June, 1919, and including parts
of Polk, and Rutherford counties. N.
D. Moore, judge of; said election."
Done by o'rder of County Commis
soners upon request of Board of Ed
ucaton, June 2, 1919.
F. M BURGESS,
Clekk to B. C. C.
Some -of the words ! used in the
o.A iATwil at Pans are hard to un- w
ffeytiwe mav iid
W J hate beeif called very bWl.
nms b'v some of these words, Ke
fksted fkosslktrtbtfi: battery He
Adl4, thefjHdaQat.hehad peen-cau-WTa
rhinoscftk When vtos this?
Sskeditheljudie. tThr$e yiaxa .ago,,
replied the Spaniard, r "And you hit a
man for calling you. a rmnosceros
three years ago?" said the jujdge.
'.'Si, senor. Up until that accursed
yesterday I had noteen a rmnos
ceros. Only yesterday do I .learn the
colossal size of the insult," replied the
Spaniard. fN-- f
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38 MB HI
"O, well, let's- all strike," says the
Greensboro News. v:
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The greatest danger in letting the
kaiser go free is that he might get on Town of Tryon for Fiscal Year End-
some Chautauqua circuit Hopkins Ing June 1, 1919.
EVERY woman needs a pair -of these
I comfort giving low shoes for light wear,
for the hospital and for resting the feet
after wearing heavy shoes.
Tfiese good looking, sensible, low shoes are
exactly what you need. J; '
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.
Wilkins & Co., Tryon
&doSxbig in StlM SStsti
Old Kaiser Bill has just, cut down
;and sawed up his 2,000th tree.. But
there is still one growing on which old
'Bill may hang.
Gen. Ludendorff says he hasn't any
idea of visitincr America. Well the
Totat income from taxes. Y.$4,070'.16
Total income from licenses. . 440.00
Total income from fines. .... 40.50
Bal. June 1," 1918......... 435.45
Total receipts'. . ..$4,986.11
old gent has more sense than we gave ellB,ri,u rs;, , ka - onn
him credit for. ,
Missiiaine rnarmacy gas ana on tt.iz
A head line in the Lenoir 'News I Tryon Elec. Service co. lights. 524.97
Topic reads: "Old von Tirpitz Has w A. Wilson. , salarv. .670.00
J. A. Mills,. salary............. 445.00
M. G. Blake, salary. ......... 360.00
Lost His Whiskers."
wasn't his head.
Too bad it
? w . . . IE. E. Missildine, rent....... 105.00
lai uie aiser is more T H Coggey. auditing
icenuy. ii tne ames nave d.-.v, nnna-ln lahr-
11 1 a ' i TIM1 -11 1 1 - I wE.w, . .
xneir way aoout um.wui.. oe.nuue JIin Paine labor
invisible until judgment day. I -o rKv iaK t' t
It is' said that the Kaiser is more
Calvin Cheek, labor. .... . I.
Ed." Streadwick,; teaming. . . . .
: "Farmers should produce infertile M. G. Blake, expense to Ashe-
eggs," .says the Lenoir News-Topic ville. ...... I. ......... . 3.35
We are endeavoring to persuade the Alex Beatson, teaming. . .. .... 229.25
hens to do that job in Polk county. J. B. Melton, rebate 11.50
o Carolina Hrw Co. supplies.... 71.02
Candidates for congressman from cHadenraSr8 ' ' ' 1020
from another Brill-Weaver campaign. U. IgLo-. 1.76
0 T (for truck) 377.17
An Aj.gel has just been found guil- Bank of Tryon, int. on bonds. 485.73
tv of blockading. But that was not S. A. Oliveros, insurance. ... . 42.24
in Polk, county. Anything but angels Chas. Sayre, carpenter work. . 15.75
engage in the traffic in this county. - Polk Co. News, bal on acctl. 4.42
. :-o G. H. Holmes, sewer pipe'. ..... 5.60
It is true that the dove of peace is ai!;; w66
cooing, but it cooes as if had ade- fJh''' "" f
noidsf-lChicago Daily News. Just Mn' teaming 43.50
that's all. Sfff-' .2-5"
c. vr. murna, repair nre vrucK 17. ou
Will Kimr. labor. "
Burleson's calibre was shown, when w. J. Gaines, sidewalk....... 132.06
threatened by strikes, he thought he Cash, supplies in Spartanburg
could not manage, he was reaay to 10.70
turn back the wire organizations to W. F. Little, Mayor's bond. . . 5.00
their owners. Elijah Holbert. teamincr. '. . 76.00
0 - Uno L. Jackson, supplies...;..; 160
Tryon Lbr. Co. lumber...' 104.45
candidate fdF the presidency bn the g; B Cawthray, vita statistics .7.00
prohibition ticket. The grape juice J1 repairs on truck zi.bO
manufacturera' should eontrihute lib- 5?. P. Andrews, teaming. . . . . . 2".00
erally to his campaign fund. V"' GA i.Vp1 .repairs .. .. . ... .. 2.30
Urn J illUCl , lC31IUII .......... 4.UU
L. F Marriott. ewer ninp . . ' 9. n
Congressman Pou predicts that wo- W. H Stearns, stamns. fi 9K
men will be given the ballot, in North County School Fund. ... 35 50
Carolina, by 19.20. Well,:perhaps we Jno. Orr & Co, supplies.. .... ! 85
will then be spared the ordeal of an Tryon Health Dept 120.00
eiecuon contest nice tne one going on w. u. Kobertson, taxes....... 5.58.
Injuns county just at prsent. Frank McFarland, registrar fe 16.00
; o- . Oldsmobile Co. supplies....... 28.35
Cooper Gan Republicans have de- Bk-of Tryon, protsted chek. .." 5.27
clared for Brownlow Jackson for the
maining ve townships are to be I receipts
You want smoke luxury, smoke comfort
and the sense of inVigoratirigy rest that ac
companies a good cigar.
Our cigars are always in prime condi
tion as we receive fresh shipments every,
week. All quUlities, all prices, but the best
for the money. " V
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Cigars for Particular ; Smokers:
9 Porto Rican, 10c
, . $4.9 86.11
heard from, and there may be that Total disbursements ....... . 4,316.64
many different Republicans endorsed. I -
Cinto, 7c '
Tampa Nuggctt, 7c
Garcia Grange, 5 and lOc
New Currency, 5c
Boston Club, 5c
All Kinds of Cigarettes i
Dee Co I! dl I5o6:8:0ed! OHsnks
The. Ballesiiger Co,
W. F. LITTLE
,v Tryon, N. C.
When Burleson eets through with Wntr Wnrlro nAn.mA
the telephones it looks as - if there Rreceipts from rater rent. .$3,231.44
won't be anything left but . the re- From note , 497 50
ceivers. Knoxvllle Journal and-Tri- Bal. on hand Jrae V, W18 '. ". 28l!ba
bune. No, neigh Dor, there will be a . - '
Dig aencit leit.. Total wint. a hia
. -- ---x ........ v-t)Viu.u I
"Dr npr-nKTo- ie Aoriincf Kicmino. I W. A. Wilson.- salarv. ........ S1 1 0'on
Peace Treaty," so the press dispatch- i?. G Blake, salary. . ......... 470.00 1
pc toll no Tist. - Wi a;n u I VafOlma H riw Crt . annnlioo QQ m l i
same Derned old cuss that Uncle Sam Montgoniery & Crawford, suplies -
had shipped out of this country on ac- ; .i. ....... . 3.75
count of shooting off his mouth too V; B?Ioms supplies r ....... . 3.75
freely? E. M. Hart, teaming. ........ 21.00
m. xr. Anarews, teaming. ..... 2.00
t in ! a t i a ir 'Zj - , ""V nancneu uond Go. principal on '
Union Telegraph Co., will use the bond qoo nn
"suit case route" in delivering mes- R. A. Leonard Valve' ' ' -v ' v a ffi
sages owing to the strike of opera- WiU lOngflabor alVe--;--" 1
tors. If they need any suit case op- Kck Douslat llbir' ' ' ' ' fii
erators Polk county can furnish them, EHas lS Mbo? " iq?2
for that has. long been a favorite Jake Co'labo? ' v ?nn
method of delivery in this county. , Ppief T'MyS
Th, TTft-n riw.:-ti - :- ?, londs and note:4745
T-r V ... ". .ivouii, UAllr. M.( HO mftS. filirvomn)l
nenaersfliivi p. wac in tjaIL- v.n, t.. t .
county in thpv apnprsi
LhP Incf fnill. Ty.n TT 1 1 . I
Republican campaign mlnalSr for TnJol elf $4,010.57 tof - w JT UMttJ
.10th district fosfvera? Mr! sburs? ...... '3,501.16 Ctide Hall m MusOdme BuOdb's
"j thorough 'or. I Balance. . tsno . Meet. Thurav Fv;nB ii A.n '
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We Have the Right Priiet
' AND "
Kind of Materials
o do your building. , Full stock I
UopVindojY?, Siding, flooring:
Dressd Lumber. Carry complete
STOCK OP FEEDS
hcaron vuuder co.
Voti ought to
hade a pair of
these soft vid kid
Kiy Ifese fc Comfort
Nothing except the actual wearing can
more elegantly describe the effects of
3 : these SELZ shoes than the above slogan
4 - SELZ comfort shoes have made feet gki
for nearly onhalf century.
: . ; They represent ; the quality which yu
;V . expect, but "seldom find.
V'.VrThfiy represent all leather, good work
T manship and the lowest price consistent
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