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POLK: OQUNTY' NEWS RYONrrlTOBTH CAROLINA
- FOR RENT.
Six room furnished bungalow, with
bath for rent or sale. Overbrook Or
chard Saluda, N. C.
. . MISCELLANEOUS.
v 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.
FOR SALE AT RICKSHA VEN.
, . 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. C. 2t pd
Try on Lodge No. 118
Knights of Pythias
Castle Hall in Missildine Building
Meets Thursday Evening at 8:30
NWanted: Irish potatoes $1.50
delivered at Landrum, Tryon, or your
nearest railroad ( station. Frying
chickens 30c, hens 22c, , eggs 50c;
first-class country butter 40c. Turnips
rutabagas, sweet' potatoes, cabbage,
tomatoes in 10 bushel lots, apples or
any other country produce, also ten
der sweet corn wanted. Call, write
phone, B. Willis, Tryon, Nl C.
"Mrs. Keach Tells How She Got to
Know Rat-Snap." '
"Have always feared rats. Lately
noticed many on my farm. A neigh
bor said he got rid "of droves with
RAT-SNAP. This started me think
killed 17 and scared the rest away."
RAT-SNAP comesMn, three sizes,
25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed
by The Ballenger Co., and Carolina
All the newest dress goods, such
as all wool silvertone suiting, change
able silk weft habutai suiting, art
silk vesting, satin chameon, wool
welt serge, silk georgette novelty,
and prunella suiting will, be found in
our new stock. Rhodes & Stread
wick ,: -
Thc first Showing of Fall
Tuesday Sept. S9 1919
McFEE c B ALLIEN GIcR:
240 Acres, ol
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
NOTICE OF SALE ;.:
Pursuant to the power, of sale
contained ; in : that certain mortage
deed, executed by M E. Morris, J. A.
Morris, Laura .Morris, J. MV Morris
and B. F. Morris to Piedmont Live
Stock , Company : oil the v, 13th day 'of
November 1913 and . record in office,
of i Register of Deeds for. Polk .Coun
ty f in, Book.No. 9 at : .page - 4e; to
secure t payment of , the ' debt1 and . in
terest therein set : forth;, default hay
ingibeen made in the payment of .said
debt -and interest the undersigned
will sell at " public auction to the
highest bidder, ' for cash,' at the
Court House door in , Columbus, N.C.
on .the 9th day of October 1919, at
m 7v-.it3A "MfVia -fallowing de-
scribed land and premises, conveyed
and described in said mortgage as
foilows.-fA'f---' " V-'. '
Six cres" in-the . Town of . Melvin
Hill, Green; Creek Township v. Pplk
County, .North Carolina, adjoining
lands of Mrs. J. I. Robbs George A.
Branscoinbi 7 Simpson and itomes
Steadman. .being - the; srjne - lot -conveyed
' to vy H. Morris by William
Ridings ; and the lot whereon Mrs.- M:
E. Morris now lives.- '
This 6th day of . September 1919.- .
PIEDMONT' LIVE STOCK CO.
Walter ;Jones, Attorney. -
Mary CaseehterslO acres of land,
more or Jess, in ; Columbus iTbwnship
Polk, County, N j CL on waters ; of
White Oak creek; adjoining the lands
of HO. Durham, G. P. Hamrick, the
heirs of : Mrs. . Gilbert and :t Cabe;. Mc-Craw-and
Entered Sept:v8th, 1919.'
;F. M. BURGESS, Entry Taker
f -C-C '" .' "I -. 0 1 '""'- ':'f x '
He who knows nothing knows enough
If he knows when to be silent
Columbus, Ni G.
o9 j. -j. Unix umuesr
hTHE fine, healthv
the vigorous start which gets ahead o
the Hessian Fly, the heavily increased yields,
lowering the cost per bushelthese make
the satisfied smile of the farmer who uses
very wneat grower should have the new book Wheat
Crowing For Profit. It tells just what to do to get the most
from your crop. Send the coupon today and receive it free.'
F. S. ROYSTER GUANO COlIPANY
DepU A109 V . Norfolk. Va r
Please eend me your free meat Book
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i : . k
I 1 1 l
TET a package today. No---
tice the flavor the whole
some tste pfiKentuckyBurley
Why do sb--many;yegular-
men" buy Lucky; Strike
cigarettes? They buy them
for the special flavor -of the
toasted Burley. tobacco;
There thei big - reason--it's ;
toasted, and real Biirley.. Make t
41 1 1-:-::
4 I ' 1 1 :
mund Inflated Tube
1 ii:&iipasc2iA:i;Mi; ,?
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ecu ; 4
nger Ale.. ""A
Always ce cold. Give &
I. ft BMLWmw,
rwina of Materiah
0 do your baildins. p,,,, .,,
Ceiling, Shingles, Loths tb ?
Finish and MouldiK
Dressd Lumber. Carrr
HEARON LUMBER w
SALUDA. M. c.
;! A nice and varied line
! inflF ann r Uir ol.. D
I work in for estimate.
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Under Poit Offce
Billincrys Dress II
AH Work Guaranteed
i first floor Wilkuu' store
MRS; E. RHODES
m F. LITTLE
t. NOTARY PUBUC
J Tryon, N. C.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE Sill
Landrum, Sb G.
By -Virtue of the Dower contain
in a certain mortgage deed execute
on the 12th day of flovemwr,
by the - trustees of the Hanfc
Cross , Roads Church, R. Bi
shire. James Pace and N:
Raines, to the Congregational flu
Building Society to secure an
debtedness of $450.00, which mj1
graee is of record in Book 10. W
312 of the records of deeds and m
gages of - Polk county, and i
haying been -made in the payment
sni1 inAsVkforlTioRs T will, on
. MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, f
within the legal hours of sale,
the purpose of satisfying said t
debtedness, with interest and JJ
added, offer for sale to the tig
bidder for cash, at the court WJ
the township of Columbus, W
Polk , and State of North Of
and described as follows: ,
Beginning at a stake in the w
east corner of the intersection
Columbus and Sandy J
with the Landrum and Mi l m
j : 4-u o Inn? the fl0
ern boundary of Sandy WZ
E..18.S. 16 rods to a stake.
N 70.20 rods to a stap
io.xo roas 10 a '1. tw
Kaiit,oW Mill Snrine roaa,;
S 70 ...-FT. alon - eastern bounOT.
said .road 20 poles to place 01
ning, containing two acres
This 12th day of Sfpted
E. B. Cloud, Attorney.
Having qualified as
' .1 M,
of J. J. Byers, decease, u
county, N. C, this is to no W
lime acainstuw 1
owns "vuift , tneu-i
of said-deceased to ejJfWjP
the undersigned on 01 h;s tf
day. of- August, 1920, or g
will-be pleaded in.bar Jf
ery-- All persons indebted 1 f
tate will please maw
TUc Ano-nfif". 15th, l' .
' MRS. T R. SMITH, A-
Havinir aualified as f q &
me last win au r , te oi 9
A. Pollard, deceased ; 1
County, North araUilTaving
notifv alL persons LseDt
against-her estate to f j-
to the.undersignea "r;:ce
fw?vt.fV.;o lofA or
pleaded in bar of the J ii
All'.persons indebted .w
will please maKe
-N.. - Stcut
ment. . - ,1(rust icO
.This.l8th. day S??m
PEOPLES BANK Vtr.