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4 FOR RENT.
Sbc room furnished bungalow, with
bath for rent or sale. Overbrook Or
chard Saluda, N. C.
Buy your nursery stock of E. J.
Bradley, Saluda, agent for the old
reliable nursery company, of Pomna,
N. C. He can save you money and
assist you in your selection of trees
best adaptedt o your soil.
Additional Tryon News.
FOR SALE AT RICKSHAVEN".
The Encyclopedia Americanna. 16
vols.; the Century Dictionary, 10
vols.; household goods, kitchen uten
sils and farming tools. Inquire of
MRS. MARY D. OSBORNE,
Rickshaven, Stearns, N. C
FOR SALE Regal range and tank;
also two bedsteads. - P. O. Box 153,
Tryon, N. jCr 2jt pd
Tryon Lodge No. 118
Knights of Py thias
Castle Hall in Missildine Building
Meets Thursday Evening at 8:3Q
We have employed extra help in
Dur dress making department so
that.no work will be neglected.
Rhodes & Streadwich.
Mr G. H. Holmes and. family, left
Sunday, for St. Simons, S. C, where
they will spend the next two weeks.
Miss Boyd, of Lalirens, S. C, who
has been spending the past two
weeks with Mrs. Strong, has return
Mr. Albert Salley, of Saluda, was in
Tryon Monday and made us - a
call Mr. Salley is secretary of the
Saluda Community Fair and in
forms us that the prospects for a
good fair in our sister town are very
All the newest dress goods, such
as all wool silvertone suiting, change
able silk weft habutai suiting, art
silk vesting, satin chameleon, wool
welt serge, silk georgette novelty,
and prunella suiting will be found in
our new stock. Rhodes & Stread
wick Grant. C. Miller, the Chicago ar
chitect, who has a home at Valhal
la has prepared plans for the build-
The First Showing of Fall Hats
Tuesday Seplk 9, 19 19
McPElE & BALLENGER
Tryon, N. C.
Acres of Lamd
situated 1 mile of. Columbus, county seat
of Polk County. Ridge land, 12 or 15 acres
cleared, balance oak and pine timber
enough to build house and barn for each 50
acre tract., Land suitable for pasture or
fruit, dark clay subsoil. Will be sold for
reasonable price as a whole or will sell a
part. For particulars apply, to
D. V. TALL ANT
Columbus, N. C.
1 WEEM GROWERS
Read How Others Have
Increased Their Yields With
T7T tt frvr? rri 55-ck 9
I uncd Roysters on wlic t last Fall, there is no finer
Held in the county. A. J. . liller, Topton, Pa.
Koysters pushes my crc ps aliead at least 15 days.
E. B. Norman, Kenton, O. f
Have used Roysters for rcveral years; find my bank
rr-outit v better shape each year. John Kilpatrik.
tffi JUcwton, Pa.
t1 1 et r'- lenct C3.C0 for evry dollar invested in your
ionizer, l,. i. Malcolm, ivenova, W. Va.
I used Roysters on whrct and averaged 30 bushel9
cr. fallow ground. J, R. Ii. Price, Middleton, Va.
Have used Roysters 3 years. Last year my wheat
yielded 37 bushels per acre. C. B. De Witt. Bradford,
"The extra croos produced pav for the fertilizer ten
For fineness and extra quality, Royster's Fertilizer
fccats them all. Frank Foister, Goblesville, Md.
Royster's Drill much better than other goods. Ezra
T. iiiiiitb, London, Ind. i -.
Send Coupon to-day for
v r o i.
1 1 '(rdf-
:ng of the new Mimosa, and wU su
perintend the construction: o the
buildings He is now in Chicag con
sulting with Messrs Brown ah$l Vil
Jde regarding the plans.
Mrs. S. A. Oliveras and daughter,
Miss Anna Philips, -went to Asheyille
Monday, accompanying their daugh
ter and sister, Miss Madeline that far
on her return to Washington, tf. C.
They spent Monday night as guests
of Rev and Mrs. J. H. Griffitfi of
that city. . V j
Wanted: Irish potatoes :,rif $1.50
delivered at Landrum, Tryon, or your
nearest railroad station. FryS
chickens 30c, hens 22c, eggs i 50c;
first-class country butter 40c. Turnips
rutabagas, sweet potatoes, cabbage,
tomatoes in 10 bushel lots, apples or
my other country produce, also ten
der sweet corn wanted. OallJJ write
phone, B. Willis, Tryon, N. C.
'Mrs. Reach Tells How She Got to
'Have always feared rats. :i Irately
loticed many on my farm. A. neigh
bor said he got rid of droves with
RAT-SNAP. This started me think
'rilled 17 and scared the rest awav'"
RAT-SNAP comes in three 'sizes,
25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed
by; The Ballenger Co., and C4rolina
Hardware Co. i f !
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE.
By Virtue of the power contained
in a certain mortgage deed executed
on the 12th day of November,. 1892
by the trustees of the Hamilton
Cross Roads Church, R. R. Brpok
shrre, James Page and Narsie
Raines, to the Congregational Church
Building Society to secure an in
debtedness' of $450.00, which ; mort
gage is of record in Book 10, 1 Page
312 of the records of deeds and mort
gages of Polk county, and default
having been made in the payment of
said indebtedness, I will, on - f ;
MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1919
within the legal hours of sale, for
the purpose of satisfying said in
debtedness, with interest and i cost
added, offer for sale to the highest
bidder for cash, at the court; house
door of Polk county, the land I con
veyed by said mortgage, situated in
the township of Columbus, County of
Polk and State of North Carolina
and described as follows: ! -
Beginning at a stake in the north
east corner of the intersection of the
Columbus and Sandy Plains road
with the Landrum and Mill Springs
road, runnincr thence aloncr the north
ern boundary of Sandy Plains i road
E. 18 S. 16 rods to a stake r thence
XT J TA OA J xi. . . nr
18.16 rods to a stake, eastern
boundary of Mill Spring road? thence
S. 70 E. along eastern boundary of
said road 20 poles to place of begin
ning, containing two acres more or
less. , "
This 12th day of September 1919.
- BUILDING SOCIETY. I
E. B. Cloud, Attorney. i '
:-fi - 'l&v Ml Coca coIa-,.;
& immAM m 111! Gra.Pe
.sswiti l i4&8s&i,m&i:ika we ti
I . ; . : Wy. -yam
The "Green ,
earn Q. i
Is the Smile Worth WhUe!
The Smile that "Won't come off"
"There was a time when he didn't smile,
,When he drove his motor car:
v For the engine knocked end thumped and bucked,
- And gave him a terrible "jar'r-
It's different now, when he takes the wheel,
r And starts for his daily spin;
He uses "GREEN FLAG" to lubricate,
w And his car runs as" smooth as a pin.
v .' There are- two great essentials in lubrication.
First, the quality-of the OIL, and second, the correct
grade or "body" for your particular car.
5 The "GREEN FLAG" MOTOR OIL supplies
these two great essentials. It is the highest quality
Motor Oil, and is made in varying grades of consis
tency to meet the requirements of your particular
motor. Your dealer has a chart that guides you to
v-jThe quality of "GREEN FLAG" is all the guide
you need as to a CHOICE of motor oil. Keep it in
your mind, always, that you can not exercise too
much care in the selection of a motor oil; the correct
grade; and never try to-run your car without a full
supply in the lubrication box. Then youll keep smil
ing like the man in the picture.
, v The following well-known and reliable dealers are
exclusive agents for "GREEN FLAG" MOTOR OIL
in , this county. They guarantee 4GREN FLAG".
It will pay you to go out of your way to buy "GREEN
FLAG" MOTOR OIL
Before deciding on yow next tlret haveyour
dealer show you cross-sections of the various
makes you aretonsidering-Hsio that you can
fabric used m building up the various makes.
w these miieemnsrinateTOls. Inthea4x4
i. v , w' cAiunuie, mere is a
raboer and fabric almost an inch thick.
And every hit of the tnaterfals used is of the highest
Williams Hardware Co.
Landrum, S; C.
ways ice cold, r- ,
T- W. BAUEW
lave fK .
Kind of Mat
Doors, Windows, Sidin? fi?
Ceiling, Shin, LotQ
Finish 5nrl TrtiJ- "M
I lHnnnr T 1 T
STOCK OF pEf
SALUDA, N. a
A nice and varied line of
mg and clear glass. ftL
in 10r esumate.
f . K. McFa
All Work GuaraJ
first floor Wilkins'jte
MRS. E. RHOI
W. F. LITTl
Tryon, N. C.
MORTAGEE'S LAXD SiH
Under and by virtue of tie
of sale contained in a mortf4;
cuted to the undersigned by
Blanton and wife on the Jjs
March. 1911. the undersign
at public auction at the cort
door at Columbus, on ,
at 2 o'clock p. m., for cash,
ing described real estate, to
Two parcels of land in W
N. C, Coopers Gap Tovra!
waters of Bullins Creek,
and others, the first tract Bff
lands of T. M. Ruppe, K"
on a post oak-, Blanton s
Graw's corner, and runs m.
53 west 26 poles to a PS
north 16 east 12 VJ.,
thence north. 18 east 1
pine; thence north 31 J1
to a pine; thence north
poles to a pine; thence g.
11 poles to a stake m
v,5 .o,v) imp to the
LIICIICC VV 1111 oaiu
containing 6Y2 acres
adjoining the aobye
ja pine and running tne
I past 41 no es to d. v.,.
53 west 26 poles to apnvr
the beginning, containing :
The above mentioned
made to satisty
said mortgage, defanltfl
This, August 3-
' Having qualified as
of J. J. Byers decease,
county, N. C, this J0 "
of said deceased fcJW
the undersigned on or dc
day of August l'oft
will be oleaded inbarj ,
t-ate will please mane
TYIPTlt. .... iri9. J
This August lotn,
MRS. J. RSMITH
TTavine qualified faTneBI f
the last will and ,
A. Pollard, dfoiaAj,?
County, North Cafl ,
notify all persons
. v,or estate
3 y x y
will please maw . ,
jr.. S. v
PEOPLES BA ,r
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