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St. Helena the Good.
St. Helena according to a colonial
eport, appears to have no real crim-
nals.- Stone-throwing by night was for
?- short period the most serious of
ense. x Last year no person was com
mitted for trial ; 104 out of 210 sum
mary cases came uno r the education,
oad tax, and poor lax1 ordinances and
7 trivial cases were dealt with by the
ollce without bringing them to court,
-hree Instances of flogging are record-
d, under 4he juvenile smoking ordi
Six room furnished bungalow, with
fath for rent or sale. Overbrook Or:
hard Saluda, N. C.
"Rnv vmir niirsfinr stock of E. J.
pradley, Saluda, - agent for the old
eliable nursery company, oi romna,
!j . C. ITp can save vou money, and
!issist you in your selection of trees
!est adaptedt o your soil.
! ; j FOR SALE : Nice mahogany book
; t l jase; also some small farming tools,
i U ; jSnquire of James Leonard, iryon. .
Additional Tryon News.
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Golden Grain . . .
Bevo . .
Coca Cola . . . . . i
Peach. . . . ... . . .
Orange ... v .... .
Cherry Blossom. ..... .5c
Ginger Ale . . , 5c
. . .5c
. . ,5c
Always ice cold. Give them n trial.
. Y. BAllEW, Tryon, N. C.
W. F. LITTLE
Tryon, N. C.
f.lillinerys Dress Malting
All Work Guaranteed
first floor Wilkins' store
MRS. E. RHODES.
,Ve Have the Right Prices
Kind of Materials
do your buildingj Full stock
oors, Windows, Siding, Flooring
feilmgr Shingles, Loths, Interior
inish and Moulding, Rough and
)ressd Lumber. Carry complete
! STOCK OF FEEDS
Dr. Harmon, of Statesville, was in
Tryon this week looking over the field
as allocation for the practice of den
tistry. Tryon surely needs a good
Mr. M. G. Blake returned the , lat
ter part of last week from Virginia
Beach, Va., ' where he spent several
days the guest of Mr. and -Mrs. Whit
Henry Reich,' who has been in Unf
cle Sam's service in France and Ger
many, arrived home last week, land
is spending some time with his par
Scoutmaster A. L. Hill and 18 mem
bers of Troop No. 1, from hert, spent
Sunday camping at Laurel I'ark in
Hendersonville. The boys all report
a good time.
Mr. Watson Bell, of Spartanburg,
accompanied by Mrs. J. B. Bell and
Miss Nan Bell, of Gaffney, S. C.,
made the NEWS office a pleasant cal,l
Mrs. J. J. Howard and daughter,
Miss Rena, of McGall, S. C., are
spending a few days in Tryon, guests
at Mrs. Williams' on Melrose Ave., as
are also Mr. W. J. Bell, of Bamburg,
S. C, and Miss Shaffer, of Waynes
ville, S. C.
Are the people of Tryon going to
sit idly by and fail to get the old Mi
mosa hotel rebuilt? Now is the time
to get busy and raise the money nec
essaryonly $5,000 more is neces
sary to insure the success of the pro
ject. Let's all get busy and raise it
The many friends of the family of
Rev. H. Norwood . Bowne are glad to
welcome them back to Tryon. Rev.
Bowne and family occupy a place in
the hearts of our people that can be
filled by no one else, and from all in
dications Rev. Bowne will be able to
do much more good work here now
than he did when he was rector of his
church here more than a year ago
and as the little boy says that is say
ing a mouthful.
Complaints of Men and even ex
tortionate prices -have been made by
tourists in Asheville. They have
been invictd to take the next train
out of town. Some in every town
even Tryon think that this is easier
than to listen -respectfully to all rea
sonable complaints, and remedy them
if possible. Then if the visitor ' is
still of a mnid to go elsewhere: the
town can not be held responsible. It
sometimes happens that a discontent
ed visitor betake himself to some oth
er place because he finds it to hot or
too cold, i More than once the next
thing heard from -the "emigrant was
his wish that he was back in Tryon.
A Soldiers' Monument Association
for Polk county was organised at Co
lumbus on Aug. 20, the He v; Jones
presentine the matter in well chosen
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words at the ioint "meetinir of men
and women attending " the Farmers,
Institute. T. C. Mills, of Tryon, was
chosen president; Prof. E. W. S.
Cobb, of Columbus, vice President;
W. A, Gannon, Lynn, secretary and
treasurer. The board of seven di
rectors, one from each township, in
cluded W. A. Cannon. Lvnn? J. P. Ar.
ledge, Columbus; J. T. Waldrop)
White uaK; A. v. Corbin, Cooper
Gap; Calvin Hill, Saluda; Calvin
Ridings, Greens Creek; and J. Mi
Lewis. Mill Snrinir. tn renresenti tne
counyt at large. Annual membership
was made zoc per year for adults and
lUc for juniors. Additional mforma-
HEARON LUMBER CO.
SALUDA. N. C.
tion will be given next week andwill
varinim nlans attd suCTfirestiOns
for l perpetuating the' memory., of anj
Polk county soldiers.. : .
MORTAGEE'S LAND SALE.
ITTirfer Snd bv virtue 'of the' power
of "sale .contained in a mortgage exe- I
cuiea w ine uuuci&incu uy , .
Blahton and -wife 'On the eth day.Jof
March,' 1911, the undersigned will sell
at r public auction at the court house
door at Columbus," on
MONDAY, SEPTEMER 15, 1919,
at 2 o'clock p.m., for cash, the follow
ing described real1 estate, to-wit:
-Two parcels of land in Polk county,
N. C, Coopers1 Gap Township, on the
waters of - Bullins Creek, adjoining
and others, the first tract beginning
lands of T. M. Ruppe, Roland Ruppe
on a -post oak, - Blanton's and Mc
Graw's corner. - and runs thence north
53 west 26 poles to a pine; thence
north 16 east 12 poles to D. W.;
thence north 18 east 17 poles to a
pine; thence north 31 east 12 poles
to a pine; thence north, 30 east 10
poles to a 'pine ; thence north 1 47 east
11 poles to a stake in McGraws line;
thence with said line to the beginning,
containing 6 acres. Second tract
adjoining the apbve and beginning on
a pine and running thence north 69
east 41 poles to - B. O.; thence north
53 west 26 poles to a pine; thence to
the beginning, containing 2 acres.
The above mentioned sale will be
made to satisfy the debt secured by
said mortgage, default having been
made in the payment thereof.
This, August 5, 1919.
H. S. TAYLOR, Mortgagee.
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION.
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.
25c size (1 cake) enough for pantry
kitchen or cellar.
50c size (2 cakes) for chicken house
coops or small buildings.
$1.00 size (5) takes) enough for all
farm and out-buildings,-storage build
ings, or factory buildings.
Sold and gauranteedby-The Ballen
ger Co., and Carolian Hardware Co.
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vihen you tise
There are many ways of getting more money out of wheat. On of them"
Is the use of Royster a Fertilizer. But : wo arts not content with giving tho
farmer the best plant food that can be made and so have prepared a
.compact, plainly worded, practical book, called "Wheat Growing for
Profit, which covers the entire process of wheat culture from the prepa
ration of the ground to the harvesting. This book embodies the best 7
modern thought on this subject and will be rery helpful to those who
wish to increase their profits. It will be sent free of charge, Writotoda
for your copy, using the coupon below, '
MAIL COUPON TODAY.....................
F. S. ROYSTER GUANO CO.. Box BlOl Norfolk, Va,
; : Please send vac your free Wheat Book.
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Departemnt of State.
To All to "Whom These Presents May
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 my1 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 nrocess mav be served), has
complied with the requiremnts of
mChapter 21, Revisal of 1905, entitled
'Corporations." preliminary to the is
suing of this Certificate of Dissolution
Now, Therefore, I,XJ, Bryan Grimes.
Secretary of State of the State of
North Carolina, do hereby certify that
the said corporation did, on the 10th
dav of June. 1919. file in mv office a
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duly executed and attested consent in
writing to the dissolution of said cor
poration, executed by all the stock
holders therof, which said consent and
the record of the proceedings afore
said are now no file in my said office
as provided by law.
In .testimony Whereof, I have here
to set my handa nd affixed my official
seal at Raleigh, this 10th day of June,
A. D., 1919.
J. BRYAN GRIMES,
Secretary of State.
Having returned from my service
in the army, I am now located at my
old stand and prepared to do all kinds
of furniture repairing, upholsterinsr
and wood carving, at prices consistent
with good work. Give me a call.
tf ARTHUR SCRUGGs
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 daces of
Tryon,. Call or telephone for : price
and full particulars. James Leonard,
A nice and varied lined mould
ing and clear glass. Bring your
work in for estimate.
F. K. McFarland, ft
Under Post Of fee
Havine Qualified as administratrix
of J. J. Byers, deceased, late of Polk
county, N. C, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against the -estate
of said deceased to exhibit them to
the undersigned on or before the 16th
day of August, 1920j or this" notice
will be pleaded in bar of their recov
ery. All persons indebted to said, es
tate will please make immediate pay
This August 16th, 1919.
MRS. J. R. SMITH, Administratrix.
FOR SALE: About thirty-five
acres of land, located at Pearidge, 3
miles from Mill Sprincr. known as the
J. J. Byers place. Good land suitable
for growing corn, cotton and wheat.
Apply to Mrs. J. R. Smith, Columbus
N. C. 15-2w
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SODA FOUNTAN FOR SALE.
5 SDlffOt. 12 SVrutJ ' solid nrmfhlo
front soda fountain. A beauty. Cost
$3650. Has been Slight! used and
we win sen at a bargain. Will mail
photograph if interested.
FEREBEE & YOUNG CO.
Andrews, N. C.
or mice, after you use RAT-SNAP
It's a sure rodent killer. Try a pack
age and prove it Rats lulled - with
RAT-SNAP leave no smell. Cats or
dogs won't touch it. Guaranteed.
"' 25c size (1 cake) enough for pantry
kitchen or cellar. , J
50c size (2 cakes) for chicken house
coops, or small -buildings.
$1.00 size (5 takes) enough for all
farm and out-buildings storage build
ings or factory buildings.
Sold and fruamn taH Kw Tii. Dniu.'
er Co.i -and Carolina Hardware Co, .
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here, and unless you live in Saluda, where it is
delighfully cool, you are in no imood to bother with
aSlpt of figures; but it is to your interest to glance
RoDcir Bflirag Dotar SH 3.20
Every Sack guaranteed.
. Cottorn Seed Meal, $3.50
IFrtiiDlt Jars amdi JeDOy G Basses
SltapDe aodl Earn cy 'Groceries
full line at 'lowestf prices
JaoTDs, JeSiliesvaiinidl Syrups
that will make your mouth water
IFresOu aracil SaDt IVQeats
the choicest, and always on hand
IrrajBts arnd Vegetalbfles
in their proper seasons
' i ' ' "- " ill1"
i . - Aft.
Its toasted to in
crease the good,
Of f the Kentucky
A regular man's
smoke and deli
our conviction : i am
not born for one corner of the earth
my onntry 1 this world." Seneca. "(
BHX Method of Rising.
Some trust to luck some rely upon
tnfluencesome expect promotion
without elf-asderUon but the perse
vering rls upon the wings of will .
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A species of cactus growing prolifi
cally in Algeria - has been made by
French scientists to yield 14 per cent
of sugar and about 60 per cent alcohol.
niov Pain-of -Sting.
-The yv?yads rub. a crushed clove
f garlic upon a spot that has been
stung by a wasp or bee. : This makes
the swelling go down and drives away
the paia, ;
Speak Up, Then.
Said the facetious feller, Yon
all heard that-old wheeze about new"
Ing Pike Speak; but did any of yo
ever hear Jack and the Beans Tau
Keeps Hands and Feet Out.
A Greek .inventor has prducea Qg
machine which automatically cie
and packs more than 150 cases of c
rants an hcir v without contact w
Raaand or foot,