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v Six room furnished bungalow, with
bath for rent or sale. uverDroo or
chard Saluda, N. C.
Buy your nursery stock of E. J.
Bradley, Saluda, agent f or the old
mIi'oKIa nnwanr MTKlIianV. OX POmn&.
N. C. He can save you money and
assist you m your seiecuun w mccd
best aaapteat o your sua.
BUGGIES FOR SALE: Just re
ceived a car load of buggies, for sale
at reasonable prices. C. L. Mabry,
Campobello, S. C
CITY PRESSING CLUB: I have
just opened a pressing club on Trade
street, next to T W. Ballew's. Your
trade solicited ana sausiacuon i guar
anteed. Suits called for and deliver
ed. Fred H. Reid. ll-2t
FOR SALE: Nice manoeany book
case; also some small farming tools.
Enquire of James Leonard, lryon.
RIG FOR SALE.
Beautiful bay mare, six years old,
Moyer top buggy and harness. Ad
dress P. O. Box 262, Tryon, N. C.
WANTED TO RENT: Furnished
bedroom by two ladies, in or near Sa
luda. Mrs. C. A. Eaddy, Leo, S! C
FOR SALE: Fresh cow, gentle
and good milker. G. G. Weaver, Try
on N. C.
FOR SAL. .: One five-passengeri
Overland car, at reasonable price for
cash. Apply to C. P Rogers, East
Flat Rock, N. C. 12-3t
MULES FOR SALE: Three goood
mules and several beef and milk cat
tle. Prices and terms to suit the pur
chaser. i Ms
- J. H. GIBBS, Mill Spring, N. C.
Railroads in the Southern : Region
are keeping up their excellent show-.
mg maae on-Time passenger, vram
vice. Records for June, made public
today by the United States Railroad
Administration, disclose that 94.4 per
pent of nearlv 51.000 trains operated
during the month maintained sched-a
ule or made up time. , Tnis not equai
the new record set in May, but; it
surpassed anv other Derformance. I
The figures are all of the 28 South
ern roads under : Government control.
These roads operated exactly 50,949
passenger trains in June, and 48,140
of them maintained schedule or made
up time where delays had been caused
by connecting lines. ' Trains arriving
on time at terminals in spite or de
lays for any cause numbered 46,885,
or 92 per cent of the total.
As usual,, the performance of the 17
larger roads was slightly better than
that of 11 in the smaller group. Of
the 46,063 trains operated by the
larger lines, 94.5 per cent maintained
schedule or made time, and 93.7 and
per cent, respectively, for the 4,886
trains of the smaller group.
Heading the larger roads in the on
time at final terminal column was
the Illinois Central, with 96.6 per cent
for 6,380 trains. The Georgia was a
close second with 96.3 per cent for 568
trains. The Southern Railroad oper
ating 15,016 trains, or about onej
third of the total for the larger roads,
had a record of 95.6 per cent main
tained schedule or made up time, and
92.6 per cent on time at final terminals.
C'iftc?r. Hard to. Down.
Peng -.ces of feathers were common
In the seventh century, but so inveter
ate wr.s the old habil of writing with
reeds cn parchment and jy.per that it
continued a long time after the first
use of o;.J1Ic The custom of carry
lng a peri beir.liid the earla ancient, as
may be eu in the life of St. Odo:
"He saw & pen stlriig in his ear in
the m&cner of a writer."
Golden Grain .....
Orange ....... '.
Cream Soda .......
Always ice cold. Give them
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W. F, LITTLE
; Tryon, N. C.
inerys Dress Making
AH Work Guaranteed
... first floor Wilkins' store
MRS. E. RHODES.
We Have the Right Pricei
Kind of M aterials
odo your building. Full stock
Doors, Windows, Siding,floorlng
Ceiling, Shingles, Loths, Interior
Finish and Moulding, Rough and
Dressd Lumber. Carry complete
HE A, RON LUMBER CO.
SALUDA, N. C.
MORTAGEE'S LAND SALE.
Under and by virtue of the power
oi saie contained m a mortgage exe-
cuted to the undersierned hv J. "R.
Blanton and wife on the 6th day of
March, 1911. the undersierned will sell
at public auction at the court house
aoor at uolumbus, on
MONDAY, SEPTEMER 15, 1919,
at 2 o'clock p. m., for cash, the follow
ing described real estate, to-wit:
Two parcels of land in PolV
N. C, Cooners Gan Townshin. nn tJiP
waters of Bullins Creek, adjoining
ana oxners, tne first tract beginning
lands of T. M. Ruppe, Roland Ruppe
on a post oak. Rlantnn's
Graw's corner, and runs thence north
dj west 2b poles to a pine; thence
north I6V2 east 12V nnles t TV w
thence north 18 east .1 7 nnlps to
pine; thence north 31 east 12 poles
10 a pme; thence north 30 east 10
poles to a pine; thence north 47 east
u. poies to a stake m McGraw's line
Verdure on China's Great Wall.
Trees and shrubbery planted In the
soil that has been accumulating for
hundreds of years on the great wall
of China are in thriving condition,
some of them having grown to a height
of 12 to IS feet. This method of beau
tifying the great wall was an out
growth of the movement for the re
forestation of the country started
some time ago with government sanc
tion under the direction of foreign ex
perts. The driveway on the great wall
Is considered ver much improved
with the addition of trees.
TILLS - RATS
and mice that's RAT-SNAP, the old
reliable rodent destroyer. Comes in
cakes no mixing, with , other food.
Your money back if it fails.
2oc size (1 cake) enough for pantry
kitchen or cellar. . i
50c size (2 cakes) for chicken house
coops or small buildings.
$1.00 size (5) cakes) enough for all
farm and out-buildings, storage build
ings, or factory buildings.
sold and gauranteedby The Ballen
ger Co., and Carolian Hardware Co;
FOR SALE VINEYARDS.
I have a couple of fine vineyards
that I can sell very reasonable, the
one on the mountain side in the Ther
mal Belt is one of the show places of
Tryon,. Call or telephone for price
and full particulars. James Leonard,
FURNITURE i REPAIRING.
Having returned from my service
in the army, I am now located at my
old stand and nrenared to do all kinds
of furniture .repairing, upholstering
and wood carving, at prices consistent
with good work. Give me a call.
tf ARTHUR SCRUGGs I
D. R. Feagans enters two (2) acres
of land, more or less, in Greens Creek
township, Polk county, North Caro
line, joining lands of G. A. Branscom,
Sam Feagans and land of his own, on
waters of Bear Creek.
Entered July 22nd, 1919.
F. M. BURGESS, Entry Taker. ;
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, !
Departemnt of State.
To All to Whom These Presents May
Come Greeting; .
Whereas, it appears to my satisfac
tion, by duly , authenticated , record of
the proceedings for the voluntary dis
solution thereof by the unanimous
consent of all the stockholders, depos
ited in my office, that the Tryon Pa
per, Box Company, a corporation of
this State, whose principal office is
situatated in the town of Tryon,
County of Polk, State of North Caro
lina (C. W. Ballenger being the agent
therein and in charge thereof , upon
whom process may be served), has
complied -with the requiremnts of
inChapter 21, Revisal of 1905, entitled
"Corporations," preliminary to the is
suing of this Certificate of Dissolution
Now, Therefore, I, J. Bryan Grimes,
Secretary of State of the State of
North Carolina, do hereby certify that
the said corporation did, on the 10th
day of June, 1919, file in my office a
umy .executed and attested consent in
thence with said line to tht hoonnnino-
containing 6V, acres sff tt' ?S"-1;5W1;-11
nHiYnrvSTio. v. j C I w me i5Boiuuon 01 said cor
aajoinmEr the aobve and hpcnnmnir nn LnMt j n ,
T til S2le ? L"orih th?. "ort the proceeding afore-
00 west 26 t)oles to a t?tip tVio-no fol .-j
1 . , . . w 1 onu ure
wie ueginmng, contaimng z acres. as p
aiic auuve menuonea sa a wi hA 1 t
maae to satisfy the debt secured bv
oai mortgage, deiauit navmg .
made in the payment thereof.
This, August 5, 1919.
u, S. TAYLOR, Mortga.
tno file in mv said office
iy law. !
y wnereor, 1 have here-
ma nd amxed my official
h, this 10th day of June,
J. BRYAN GRIMES, t
secretary of State,
BUILD WITH IDEA OF BEAUTY
Hbus Should Never Be Planned Sole
ly Along Lines of Economy
-An earnest. plea for more beauty In
building Is submitted by a writer, In
the magazine Touchstone, who , says
In part: - ' .jig' -
"Building a home should be: ap
proached with reverence as well as
Joyous enthusiasm. There ls no' ad
venture In life more: fraught wtll ro
mance, than the creating . of ai rborne.
We are apt to turn to the past for
precedent In , architectural f styles,
whereas we should concern ourselves,
chiefly, with the honest expression of
our needs and surroundings. 1 1 f . ;
"Love of beauty was almost ia. re
ligion with the Greeks. To build an
ugly thing was a mlsdemeanorjpunish
able with, ostracism. Our country
would be a much more delightful and
much jmore agreeable place td. live In
if our home builders were gujded by
wise , architects who took as much
thought for beauty as they dQ for
economy, and profit. Every nonie Is
an investment, and a beautiful!; home
returns far more Interest job. the
money expended 1 than does in ugly
one. . -: -' )f. , '"
"Would it not be well for us, now
that we are facing an era dfjhome
building such as the world has, seldom
known, to pause a little and approach
our task with greater carefulness?
We should remember that.fwe are
building for the future as welj as for
present delight and that our descend
ants may turn, to our workt with, re
spect, as we look into the past, and
bow before the genius of the; ancient
master builders. ' j
TRELLIS EASY TO CONSTRUCT
Twisted Wires Support
Plants In a Most Satlsfac
A very satisfactory sweet-pea trel
lis can be made by stretching-wires
on a frame of two-Inch hard wood or
one-Inch pipe, the length of the! frame
being the same as the length of the
Twist wt J 7iJ7$ 'Aw'
' ' t-i V"
rows. The wires should be placed
loosely about the frame, asj shown,
then tightened by twisting them with
a spike. A trellis of this kind- can be
used for several years, and ifj desired
can be removed at the end f each
season. Popular Mechanics Magazine,
Red Raspberries on Town Lot.
Just a small patch of a good variety
of red raspberry will afford fresh fruit
for the table for many weeks 1 Some
of the new .varieties are ever-bearing.
Perhaps one of the best is the jErsklne
1 In setting out the plants first; manure
and spade the bed as for a garden. II
the plants are trained to a wire trellis
they can be set two feet apart; Six
or eight plants will be sufficient for an
average family and ought to jproduce
at least a pint a day from eacb plant
, By having so few plants, they cau
be watered, and well cared for. Hand
weeding about the. plant is always the
best . way to cultivate., raspberries.
Do You Think It Paid T "
St. Joseph, Mo., employed! a full
time expert garden instructor lasl
year who organized the. pupils of th
elementary school into garden j clubs
About 3,000 pupils reported that thej
were doing gardenV work before fhi
schools closed in June, says their su
perintendent Of this number; 2394
entered their names for meibbershli
in the United States school ardez
army. The school children gardenec
32 acres without help and, helped theii
parents work an area of 394 , acres
Although the season was .very unfa
..vorable, a. conservative estimate o!
the ood produced by the pupils woull
be $13,000 at market prices.
Q il -
or mice, after you us6 EAT-SNAP
Its a sure rodent killer.. Try apack
age and prove it. , Rats killed ! with
KAT-SNAP leave no smell. Cats or
dogs won't touch it. . Guaranteed, f
25c size (1 cake) enough for paltry
kitchen or cellar. hT 1
50c size (2 cakes) for chicken housed
coops or small buildings. -1 vi
.. $1.00 size (5 cakes) enoughfor all
farm and out-buildings storage build
ings or factory buildings. i :
Sold and guaranteed by The" Ballen
ger Co., and7 Carolina Hardware Co.
" fi v 'A 17
Aria Koro rsnrl iinlacc vaii liirA in alurlo
a lot of figures; but it is to your interest to gl
IRoler IKirDg IrJour, $ 1 3 ,2 0
' Every Sack guaranteed.
Cottorn Seedl (MlcaB, $3.50
ITriuiolt Jars -aod-JeflOy Glasses
StapDe aocO Famcy Groceries
a full line at -ltfwest prices
Jams9 JelOaes 'ainidl - Syrups
. that will make your mouth water
Irresh amidl Safllt Meats
the choicest, and always on hand
ITpcLflS tsaiinidl Vegetables
in their proper seasons
Saflcuidla, No Go
PJ know how
much toasting im
proves bread. Makes
it taste good Of course
more flavor, .
- Same with tobacco
Buy yourself a pack
age of Lucky Strike
cigarettes. Notice the
,; toasted flavor. Great!
Nothing like it. The
real Burley cigarette..
About Bathing. '
r Frequent bathing is conducive to
good health as well as' comfort. It
keeps the; pores of the. skin clear, so
that ; they can perform . their proper
function' of .clearing the system;
tnrougn the. skin, of excretions -which
are-not discharged through ithe mouth.
noso, kidneys lor ? alltoentary canal.
muse with 1 cold water. A brisk rub
after the bath Dromotpa HrmiAtinn nf
blood." -.- -
In ne eveuirg we "how see 16 an
nouncements of forthcoming r attrac
tions, 48 clos e-ups of th6 leading lady,
22 close-ups of the leading man,' 12
close-ups of a wonder child, 620 people
get into automobiles, 620 people get out
of automobiles, t?!x.ienal triangles,
11 mistreated : wives, nine unappreci
ated husbands, etght " pooc girls mar
ried to lords, tnree misrdes, one hang
ing, 62 pies.-1-Film I'UiC k ,
tne rarmer -j
young corn to J
1 f thP root, aU
be seen the scaf J
planted corn jrj
age they do to the c,
ly be esumaic"' . ears.
end of the yonjf
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