North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
n i ii ii - i ,u r- , v - t, m m -
- - 1 .. . . i ... .-....-;- j. .mm ..; . m ietv h ninrr ' i . . -
I , H EM U l IK H I N If fc- H M I j ."
TC F3LK COUNTY NEVfS anH TRYON BEE
OonsoHdatcd Kot. 191$
rubluked ettay Friday at
TR YON, NORTH CAROLINA
BatoMd Meond-clasiu matter April 28. 1915
at tbm po.t office at Tryon. North Carolina, un
igr tf act of March 3. 1679
B. F. COPELAND, Editor
C. BUSH, - Business Manager
Subscription $2.00 per Year
OBITUARIES, CA.RDSJOF THANKS,
ft solutions of Reapect,Church or Lodge Notices
wkiTt an admission fee is charred, or for financia
sain, will be charged regular advertising rates of
Are cents per line.
THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION.
226 West S9th Street. New York City, is our Bole
ad exclusive Foreign Advertising Agent.
"Long May It Wave."
With this issue our connection with
the POLK COUNTY NEWS ceases.
It is with genuine regret and a bitter
feeling that we are forced to make
this announcement. While we have
been a citizen of Polk county only a
Now that the Methodists have rais
ed about $150,000,000 in their cam
paign, the Baptists are going to be a
little more modest. They only ask
for $75,00,000. .
. . o "
"Judging from the federal inquiry,
we suppose all the paupers who are
not in almshouses are electric railway
men'Greensboro Daily News. Or
else one of the five great meat pack
ers. I . . o .
Under the prohi bill passed by Con-
gress you may have liquor in your
house, but you are forbidden from
making wine or cider. In other words
you are all right provided you don't
A New York banker writes the
Manufacturers Record that he didn't
know anything but cotton could be
raised in the South. We suppose he
never heard of the moonshine of
Western North Carolina, and the hell
it "raises. '
While the average white man is
willing tOv give the negro full credit
for their participation in the war, yet
they are not willing to put them on a
parity with the whites, and the sooner
the negro understands this the better
. 0 "
"Among senators there is no lack of
preparedness in regard to discussion
of the peace treaty." Greensboro
Daily News. One would think from
the reading of some of the efforts
that there was a great lack of pre
The Asheville Citizen says, speak
ing of Henry Ford who has been on
the witness stand for the past week,
"Ford Gets Into Hands of His Friend
and Attorney." But we have an old
saying which ent, "Good Lord, de
liver me from my fool friends."
The race riots at Washington show
that either the Washington police
force does not amount to much, or
African Idea of Beauty; f
In Africa a crop of the blackest,
curliest, closest hair Imaginable, makes
a girl the belle of the kraal, especially
If she be plumsp. with piggy eyes, thick
lips, a nose like an India rubber shoe,
and a skin that shines like a cookins
stove. . . " . '' .
A Japanese industry which has
made, remarkable progress in recent
rears is that concerned with the ex-
T-nntinr nf vPETptnble wax, which iS'
coming into greater demand 'on. foreign
short while, we have learned to love .TT " t
hu nie iiulcxs oucn a state 01 ai-
the country and its people. Many
warm acquaintances and some gen
uine friendships have been made
which make it indeed hard to say
Ill health, continued, of both my
self and good wife make it imperative
to seek other fields of activity.
fairs, with as many troops in close
proximity of the city does not show
up well for the powers in control of
China does not take much stock in
ye j the promises of Japan regarding the
are thankful that it has been our lot Shangtung question. Dr. Wu, one of
to take part in the movements now I the Chinese delegates to the United
going on to make a better county of aiaies says: Japan promises to re
Polk county. The tide has changed store political rights, but retain eco-
for the better, and in a few years "uuc "gnus, dui tne vr. doesn't
Polk county will be developed until think much of . that, and says "Japan
she will take her nroner nlace at the 11xs sumeimnS w wmcr se is not en
head of the list of crood counties in I ""cu- wiuumy iooks as ji
North Carolina. We have preached the Dr- was right.
this doctrine ever since coming to the 1 o
county, ana we are lirm m our oenei. 1 Our Tryon Route 1 correspondent
We regrest, exceedingly, that it told, last week, of the killing of a
will not be our pleasure to. see the ful- I white crane by a resident of that scc-
hilment of our dreams in that respect, I tion. Whoever did this should be giv
but we are more than thankful, that, j en a dose of the law relating to the
like Moses of old we have been allow- 1 killing of birds. There is not only a
ed to ascend the mount and see the ! state law, but a national law against
i juuuotu uwu, ui a. r " I win o, iiiu me penalty is a pretty nea-
erful Polk county. It is no idle vy one. Therp is snmpthi
dream, but 'twill be a reality, and I wrong in the make-up of an individ
much sooner than a great many thank. J ual who shoots birds just simDlv out
. .. ...... .! - "
We hope the people of the county I of curiosity, or to show his marks
will give still more support to the I manship.
NEWIS in the years to come than it
Viae in fVinoo nf tVip nrscf Ynn MTinnt
v.v- v . mv- , , ,v , M
succeed without a'eood newspaper to I A"V"Lults 0i G Press 01 ine
hpln von in vnr RtrpS " Umted btates to enlist the country
jr J - oow
R-M Over, Bill, You're Snoring.
Man, say the scientists, is the only
living thing that ever sleeps on - its
back. Perliaps it is from a feeling of
pride that some of us make so much
noise when indulging in this accon
pl'shnient. , t
How Criticism Helps. u
Censure and criticism' never hurt
anybody. If false they can't hurt you
unless you are wanting in manly char
acter and If true they show h man
his weak points and forewarn him
against failure and trouble. Gladstone.
Table napkins were l". use long be
fore soma of the other accessories
which we consider indispensable to
day. Before forks came to be known,
men had to use their fingers in pre
paring their food; hence the ancient
common habit of frequently passing
the baslnof water and its accompany
ing napkin for wiping the hands. It
now seems incredible that forks were
not customary -until the seventeenth
i As a business proposition.
in life insurance as an avoca
tion is at your service. ,
(' You may not only be able
tf save money but to get the
best policy to fit your indi
Consultation free. Phone
write or call '
W. F. LITTLE,
TRYON, N. C.
DR. B. H. TEAGUE
SALUDA - N. C.
tiulv, August and Septem-
br. Office in old postofiice
Lia R3 SERai-.PHSTE PAIOTS
N BEST THAT CANtBE MADE
T Cost" to you $325 a Gallon fwhen made ready to use
RECOMMENDED BY SATISFIED USERS FOR OVER 40 YEARS
- 1 3ij
Obtain COLOR CARD fom our Agents or
LONGMAN & MARTINEZ Manufacturers New York
Umted States to enlist the
Mr. Bush will remain wiih you, and Pf their campaign for the repeal
we nope you win De as loyai xo mm
endeavors to give you a clean, family I county privilege 01
I tne countrr nrpss nn pec fV
newspaper. -i ''Z;l I "".-"
vw Ur Ars wa i0o,r r,iQ . f i c" xvpvixi ox tne "zone" system.
II ra TiT'ftCf MATTrnvtnA. 4- 1
Polk county with genuine regret, but I . " " iuige law is
also the busy, sacrificing men and wo
men who make up the membership of
the Western North Carolina Pressr
Association. We have found this lit
tie band to be composed of high-toned
Christian people,a nd who are devot
ing the best there is in them for the
advancement of the section they rep-
wie umy just one tnai we nave any
recollection of. Under the old law
the daily press and the magazines had
secured practically all the advertising
of national adverti
"y w V V A V-f
making vast fortunes at the expense
of the taxpayers of the country. Why
should the taxpayers of the country be
resent. We shall, indeed carry withl 7 7n. "y y.uucits
' 1.1 ' r. i. .1 I01 millions of dollars, which were co-
us for many years nothing but the . . . u
most pleasant recollections of that or
Again, to one and all we say "Good
Bye, and God be With You Till We
B. F. COPELAND.
ing into the pockets of the metropol
itan press and magazines? The coun
try press is not quite the chump
once was. Under the "zone" posta
law the country press is securing a
vast additional amount of advertising
because the daily press and magazines
can not nav the nostafi and pnmnpfp
TT -1 i 11. 1 .1 - X
wasmngton seems determined to with the country weeklv- Th ".7.nne'
vjwxic ui uci icuuiwwi j-ui i svstem is? a riirht. nnrl ic
w ir cj 7 ap vii viiv
books to stay.
race , riots.
It is evident that the weather clerk
is not in sympathy with the prohibi
I have an entirely new stock of
. 1 1 J. . ...
Ford says he never wanted to be L supplies t this, time
United StatPs SpnnW frmv, Mirio-aTi having recently been burned out.
Why contesting the election, then 10 announce that 1 am again re
"Theories Alone Given for Cause of
Balloon Tragedy," says the Asheville
Citizen., Seems to us that it was the
explosion more than theory.
stocked with . medium and hi gh grade
caskets. F. K. McFARLAND.
t OK SAL. . : One five-passenger
Overland car, at reasonable price for
cash. Apply to C. P Rogers. Eas
Henry Ford says he never heard of Flat Rock N- C. i2-3t
Benedict Arnold. And yet, Ford was
a candidate for Unitd States Senator
North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering
A Land Grant College founded under! an act of Congress -by the State
Legislature of North Carolina in Marcl,lC87. Splendidly equipped for
the education of the sons of the State inthe technical and industrial arts.
Four year courses in Agriculture, in Agricultural Chemistry', and in
Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Chemical and Textile Engineering. New
departments in Agricultural Engineering and Highway Engineering.
Numerous short courses. H;
Unit of Reserve Officers Training Corps. Seniors and Juniors receive
pay amounting to $115$ annually. All students receive free uniforms
amounting in four years to $161. v f-s
Strong vathlelic teams. 5 ;
$10,000 Y. M. C. A. building. Regulaf paid secretary.
Two hundred and forty free scholarships.
Kepuirement for athnission: eleven units practically equivalent to
the completion of tenth grade work. Ji" .
Board $16.00 per month. Tuition $?3l00 per year. Room rent, heat
and light $30.00 per year. J
Enrollment last session 1,020, exclusive of all summer students.
Fall term begins September 3. , f ..
For catalogue, illustrated circular or entrance blanks, write
E. B. OWEN, Registrar
i CarDceied l;. "Checks i
n j .. . j j
OFTEN we are called on:to produce canceled checks which
settle an account in dispute.
There is no arguing about the jlevidence rthe check the
amount, endorsement and date are jfihal.
Is is not strange that there are still some people who do not
apply this insurancs against double payment to their own perso-
nai Dins.-' ana it aoes not cost any tiling either-
Ill Landrum, S. C.
H. B. CARLISLE, President. J. S. CARPENTER. V
ROY P. WHITLOCK. Cashier.
R. H BRADY, Asst. Cash
Buy a Certificate of Deposit.
It earns four per cent from date and can be
Johra Orr St. Co.
Phone No. 1 4
Tryora, N. C.
I Sror farm lands or town
I 'property see
I W.. LINOSEY, Tryon.
These Essentials of Sound Banking
are embodied in this institution.
YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED
INM of SALUDA
' -rf'capkai' $16,000.00
HENRY P. CORWlffl, Pres. JOHN B. CANNON, Y-Prcs. PRESTON H. BAILEY, CasL
If the Ford-Tribue case .lastn rrmrh
xonger it may take more than a mil-
1. I viuiiuu
inn rlrwIln-M i l
rr a w coss. ut think Harris Mill
wi iree aavertising Ford is getting shape.
For quality let Tom Duncan grind
your wheat at the McLane Milling Co;
Oampobello, S. C. Formerly the J. T.
Everything in first-class
O converted into cash by mail,; at any time.
BAN IK OF! TRYON
' ..." '' I S,: ' : "
W. T. LINDSEY Prei
J. p. HESTER Cashier.
It is unusual at this time of high prices
to see goods offered at reduced prices but
we have just received the following goods
we picked up at a reduction and offer
to you at prices named.
Galatea, per yd.
Ginghams per yd. ......
Brown domestic per yd.
ropims per yd. .
Pongee per yd. .
Voiles oer vd.. .
Cretons per yd. .
. 25 and 30c
LecSies Silk Bilosiery
50 75c. $ LOO $2.25 and $2.50
Special prices on shirting madras
striped Suezines, Summer shirts, ties and
- North Carolina