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TEE FOLK COUNTY NEHfS and TRYON BE
Consolidated Nov.,, 1915
. iaennf.f1aaa maHari Inni 99 ItilK
bi-m po ocncr iryni JMorth Carolina, un
r act of March 3. 1679
B. F. COPELAND,
bars. Greensboro News. Perhaps
the kaiser is sawine wood so that; he " t. evMsn PuroB
Avill have a. trade ready when he lands 4 'X collector of old prints proved that
in the penitentiary. . A 1 the express! n, "tliajBlcKpan or tun-
' J r t. ' -- -" ...- I ", ' 4 :mn": nerslitentlVkauDUetf Tor
to Trky. Dalfe: Saik Vlie
feAili tokntnrrt? wHen Jomi So
fob.advertismg tiie matter you are fna prInttneTSrTod shows
eiihWf 'tn nnniGnmont iftst II 1 little I r
icK oea ana aociors,
nation nt Fhirnne.
Jion wants to let everybody ;know he gathered about him. .' 7
Vina n lrow in Ms VpIIaV - ? i I . - ' " ' '
w . niHnw iiiww - - - -
True to their cowardly, treacherous imnnF' hA Animnl tailors are the
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r RITQ14 ' d iv -.1 nature: the Germans sank their sur- smooth caterpillars JNated and un
. v-. Duotl, ; Business Manager i , , v.s- T x.a i0a . .i. oninOMwii
Ijrcziuereu war snips, ui uicy ivau uu uriueu, 'iucu tun, . u..4wuiswiy
d show- Dlaces them at the mercy of numerous
Subscription $2 ;00 per Year ed themselves where the allied navy enemies; but many families- of them
roulH hav had a whack at them thev remarkable for maKing little
I ,,, , . ... . I sheaths or garments for the protec-
would have been spared the pains. Qf tnei bodIes, notably "the silk-
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worm, man wiiuuj luc mica ui iuq uu
whf an admission fee is charged, or for financia . ln tne noi;e ftccepung - xne peace
min, will be charged regular advertisinar rates of trms, of the allies Dr. Mamiel VOn
cenit per une
Tryon, N. C.
Wc Have the Right Prices
: AND .
Kind of Materials
o do ybur building. : Full stock
Dotirs, Windows, Siding; floorlpg
Ceiling Shingles, Loths Interior
Finish and Mouldinjsr, Rough and
Dressd Jiiimber. Carry complete
Haimhausen says: "No act of violence
can touch the honor, of the German
iSM. B. n, ILAUUL HQARON LUMDER CO.
Tvsrvnl Tn vipw nf fliA arts of the
91C TXT.'. Oj it w . . I -t l j xi Va
vuigimi,new xotk KAty. .a our sole 1 vieiTOan. people aunng me war, uc i .
.declusiyeForeUmAdvertisimf Airent. Lii l,aVp fl Wrf fimp onvindnt? the SALUDA
world that" the German people have 1 -
Julv. Auerust and SeDtem-
Der. Umce in oia postomce
"T. S. M. & Co."
The advertisement of the North building.
Carolina State N College of : Agriculture
and Eneineerine appears in this is
sue of the NEWS. Young men who nnn A a' o v v
contemplate, fitting themselves for VIJUV. WiJil IWa nnvA iiVo t vAairA
or in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, " JaND"- Car load of the following
Vitviiiiv.uii va vaviv "b I lsWl aw m K Bv f m ia bb a arBk MBt I
should investigate the advantages B ruDLIV ; -
rliiVi qia rtflTif -of 4-Vi?es Tirol 1 Irnftwn
B. Owen at West Raleigh. Adver- Contracts 'written at reasonable
tM - t v Um SBi.
Capital, $15,000 ' !-
C RESOURCES. OVrD . '
fi small. If you are; not. a customer we wou f,,!'
g mighty well to have your name on our booV ke
g : I- : . ' ; vi:-officers:
i? H. B. CARLISLE. President. I. S
1! ROY P.WtOTLOCK, CasWr. R. H BRAD y' a f'-
it u n i:.f. r d n ,w -.i
Roy P. Whitlock
J. S. c
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"Lonff May It Wave."
TRYON, N. C.
Old man Erzberger ,
Fjlled5 his hide .with WurzDurger;
The allies I cannot flim-flam
They almost give me the jim-jam
For I must get on my knees
And sign the peace treaty, to
.- please. .
Three Ps. Pol:;grfsK:.o
penty. i he hrst two linked together
spell the .latterf-,;-a;,5 'tlf1
Friday continues' to be unlucky? for
some "people. - Germany will sign the
, peace treaty on that day.
Evenl M'exico is- making "goo goo
eyes" at the United States. Wonder
how many millions -she -wants to bor
row. . " : ; v
" -. The; president of the 1 Irish republic
is in this country. - Does that mean
the sixth Liberty Loari will soon be
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"On with the Dance" has ceased to
' be a popular slogan. It is now "Off
with the Dance" in many parts of
TheAsheville Citizen ' says last
Sunday vwas the longest day of the
year. jWell, isn't that the case with
Well, we breathe easier. Congress
has fixed it so' we can store enough in
t our cellar to tide us over the forth
coming drouth. ,
Wires will return to. private owners
July 31st, a press dispatch . says. . We
suppose Burleson throws in the strike
for good measure.
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"Dealing in Dirt," reads a headline
in a Greensboro paper. We thought
the United States Senate had a mo
nopoly on that jus at presen. n
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..The German, note of acceptance of
the allied peace terms, made only one
typewritten page, so we are informed.
One word would have been sufficient.
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-Fifty-five millions of dollars to go
up in the" sir. At last- that is the
amount Uncle Sam has appropriated
for the aviation service. Pretty high,
, If Senator Knox knocks the peace
treaty, does Senator Reed read ' it ?
- Greensboro News. Yes,' provided Sen
ator Lodge doesn't-lodge it before the
gentlemen "get to see it. -
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Senator Borah says if the Republi
can party does not ".condemn the
League of Nations he will organize a
party that will. Worse things could
befall the Republican party than the
desertion of Mr. Borah. '
' Fritz didn't relish the. idea of a
great allied army marching through
Germany,. and agrees to .sign the;
peace terms. Just what-a French or
Belgian army would have done to
that country can be imagined.
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i After nuch threatening and sput
tering, th& Huns hove agreed to sign
- the peace treaty. That is no surprise
M anybody. They simply "jockeyed
. along for better terms, and faing to
-get them. did the xnly thing thly
pLex; ai.ser is sti11 3awins wod-
.P -haps he ispracticing so as to be
iter to - saw through prison
See the advertisement of Dr. B. H.
Teague, Dentist, m this issue. Dr.
Tague has just arrived in Saluda, for
the season, and can be found at the
same office occupied by him during
the many years he has made Saluda
his summer home. The Doctor in
forms us that he came by Columbia,
S C, where he stopped to attend a
m'eeting of South Carolina u dentists.
ly a post graduate clinical course, and
Millineryj Dress Making
All Work Guarantied
afr fl much benefit taUhose who:at- Iv MKo; E. RHODES;
l: r.ti JcbobiiECotftd.- ?' h .
New high records for on-tine pas
senger train servfee in the Southern
Region were set in May by the rail
roads under gevernment control. Re
ports made public today by the United
States Railroad Admnistration show
that of nearly fifty thousand trains
operated durng the 'month : by f the
twnty-eight roads,-95.3' peV cent main
tained their schedules; This topped
thev April record of 94. which x was
believed to represent a hitherto un
Such .service was made possible by'
enthusiastic individual effort and
team work among the railroad men,
stimulated by competition "among the
different 'roads : Formontns special
attention- har'beren given tb; the pas
senger 'trains i?irf ormance, 1 : wlt" the
purpose pf (making j it generally as
nearly 100 Der cent nerfert as rmsssi-
; Sapling Clover V
l' Crimson Clover
r Orchard Grass
Blue Grass '
. Red JTop or Herds
These' ie$d - jtest TiigSi
botljfor purity and ger-
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DiniycssQ: By IVflaoJ! I
Buy a Certificate of Deposit.
It earns, four per cent from date and can be
O C0Iverted into. cash by mail, at anv time
BAN IK. OF TRYON
O W. T. UNDSEY Pi J. B. HESTER Chi. ,
Tryon Lodge No. 118 a mination
s of Pythias
T. S. MORRISON & CO.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
f --! LI11 ; l .; i- .i . A
voiuc i in. misiuame ouudins
Meeti Thursday EVening at 8:30
jr Visitors welcome "
Write for. Prices
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Xl&.R SEMD-PASTE PADNTS
V EST THAT CAN BB MADE V
TCosf to'you $325 a Gallon whenmade ready to use
RECOMMENDED DY SATISFIED USERS FOR OVER 40 YEARS
' Obtain COLOR CARD from oar Agents or
LONGMANt & MARTINEZ Manufacturers tiiw Yrk
5 ' -vV-"5.-uv1'-?
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Through the Regional Direc- fF-.n l C
ed of what the others were doing, and o
a spirited racg for supremacy has re
suited. ' " .
For seventeen larger - roads, opera
ting 47,403 trains, the May on time
record was 95.4 per cent, compared
with 94.6 in April. The eleven small
er roads maintained an average of
95.3 compared with 94.3 in April.
Only one of the smaller group, the
Macon Dublin & Savannah accom
plished the extraordinary feat of
sending every one of its 124 trains
through on schedule. Southern Rail
road Lines record was 96 per cent.-
- rr:. f:mm turn
Iror "fairinni. Oanndls or (towo
The Stormy Petrel. ,
The birds known to'sailors as Moth
er Carey's chickens, whose appearance
is supposed to foretell a storm, are
otherwise known by the term stormy
petrel (Thalassidroma pelagica). The
bird sterns to run ln a remarkable man
ner along the surface of the sea, where
it picks up Its.food. The petrel is. "a
small bird of dusky plumage, nocturnal
In habit, most, abundant in the south
ern hemisphere. The name 'Mother
Carey Is supposed to be a corruption
of .the -'Mother Cara" dear mother
of Levantine sailors. .
Sheep Bone Toy of Small Orientals.
Without the bone of a sheep, that
eternal, ubiquitous playtoy of all the
East, the children of Asia would be
-absolutely without an, amusement de-
nce. , Go wherever children play-
Osmanlls or Kurds, 'Armenians or
Arabs, Druses or Greeks and you will1
see the , sheep, bone represents every
thing from a doll to a swordr from a
pasha's horsetail - ornamented stand--ard
to a British gunboat, from ' a
mosque to a church. Red Cross Maga
clne. " - ' " 'ii-..'.-.
& , ; Ufimoe -rnm Sain t' Day. '' "
On thtnth Jf AprijkJfatques'
Lartier sailed from France with two
smaJK ships: a&dU22, men to found a
colony, In North America. In May he
arrived in Newfoundland. "Cartler en
tered the Newfoundland watew In the
feteyday of St. Lawrence; and called
the gulf St Lawrence ln honor of the
patron saint flMaaJ day.
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iUWe. your tir bill more
than half with Not Skid Retread.
AH lands of tire repair work done
Vulcanizing a specialty. ,
We guarantee Satisfaction andJ
Service. .' '
We make a specialty of out of
town business. Send us. your tires.
We will get them back to you in
three days. .
Phone 3-171 r As
hevUIe, R C.
These Essentials of Sound Banking
are embodied in this institution.
YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED
al $1 o.onn nn
;.R 'f 8ual t thio tune of high prices
2 ee IBipg but
we have just received the f oUowing goods
1 W offer
to you at prices named.
: Galatea, 5er. yd. , . ; ;". ; ;V " 20c
Ginghams per yfl.... . ... ... .......... 1ffc
Brown domestic, per yd ! ,; 15c
Poplins per yd.. . . . . .v . ' 25 and 30c
l0IZet :?erd- ........................... 30C
voiles ' per: yd. . . ; . . . . . . 25c
. Cretbns per yd. . ... . g5c
s.SSDIk Dilosaery ,
c 50 75c; SI .00 $2.25 and $2.50
? v!?!?r madras
atriped Suezines, Summer alurts, ties and
u straw hato. ..r - .
POR EVERYTHING I