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7 acres' kear Mil Spring, R C,
1 1:00 G'CIGGK A. M.
ON THE PREMISES
This is a splendid tract of land, lying on both sides of the Mills Gap Road, one-half mile from Mill Spring, and on the line surveyed
for New Railroad, R. F. D, route, two churches and good schools. v
On this property is a good two-story 8 -room residence and all necessary out-building, and also two tenant houses.. Buildings all in
good repair. VV-' r ' 4 !fi ':&-v-
The farm has been sub-dived into small farms of convenient-size, with fine springs, water and wood on each tract; there is a fine pas-
ture wirfcd in, and also a good body of finest Bottom lands. See maps of sub-division.
We call attention to the fact that there has been considerable negotiation by those in authority in regards to the building of Cotton
Mill at or rifear this property. "A word to the wise, ect." t J: vy-V-:;
TERMS: ONE-FOURTH CASH, B
4 YEARS AT 6 fER CENT
D-a PIROZES OVEN . AWAY
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Remember the Date: Tuesday, October 28th, at 1 1 o'clock
Special Note-Several fine lots in town of ill Spring to be sold at same time.
129 1-2 W. MAIN ST.
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SPARTANBURG, S. C.
Paste in Your Scrap Book Others to Follow
1 .t- t t Hebrew Children.
From Southern Harmony.
Arr. br A. F. Corbln.
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rMitkd by Gto. W. Sebrra, AtbtTiU., K. 0.
Where are the Hebrew chOdren? Where are ihe Hebrew children?
Where are the Hebrew children? Safe in the promised land
Tho the furnace flamed around them
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God in their trouble found them
He with love and mercy bound them,
Safe in the promised land.
' Happiness Always Right.
Let us never be afraid of innocent
Joy. (We must dare to be happy,' re-
;arding ourselves always as the depos-f
taries and not the author of'our joy.
Composer "I've got a new song
? that's bound to make a hit." Concert
Manager "Any sense in it?" "None
at all." "Any fun in it?" "Not a bit."
"Any 'inuplc in It?" "Not a : note."
"Quite right V You've got a success!"
Monkeys Hard to Train.
Perf ormin,' monkeys seldom live
more than a few months. Many of
them die of fright while being trained,
and it is consequently necessary for
trainers to keep a large number of
- Lines to Be Remembered.
For an immortal bo'ng to set his af
fections on the things of this, world Is
like falling In love with a sparrow as
it flies by us and out of sight Marcus
FRESH BREAD and CAKES
- Try our Home-made Candies
We carry a high grade candy with our line of Fancy
Groceries and will appreciate your patronage'.
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JOHN ORR & CO., Trypn, N. C.
Phone No. 14
Mmm . - - - 'S ' '.
60-Foot Bone Found
in Canadian River Bed
Winnipeg, Man. A huge bone,
CO feet In length, recently was
unearthed along the banks of
the Deer river in Alberta, ac
cording to information received
here from A. J. Gayfe, division
al engineer of the Canadian Na
tional railway. Mr. Gayfe says
the bone, is thought to be part
of the skeleton of a dinosaur
and an effort will be made to
find the other parts.
KEEP JAIL ARTIST'S WORK
Dough and Soap Dummy Head Left Be
hind in Sing Sing Is Sent
Tonkers, N. Y. After being official
ly photographed, the Ingenious ''dum
my" John McAllister, Slng-Sings ah
1st; burglar, left behind In his cell when
he .escaped, was added to the prison
The head was molded of soap and
dough. He used his talents not alone
to mold it with features copied after
his own, but he covered it with , hair
from his own scalp and stuck on more
hair where the eyelashes belong. With
hisf brusii he painted a cowplexlon.
"in the habit of wearing black sleeve
holders when he plied his brush paint
ing or designing, he completed the de
ception by putting them on the dum
Milton and Italy.
How delightful was Italy to Milton!
His Allegro and Penseroso show that
he- could Xfiilly appreciate both Its
mirth and lfs majesty. He returns not
the lefcs : to Hive out a career of illus
trious Fcrvlce In his own country,
wiere his brave heart and philosophic
mind were of more avail to his time
than even his sacred song to ours.
Tnlla 1XT TTnJ. .
James Stucky Says, "Rat Cost Me
$125 Fdr Plumbing Bills,"
"Wi couldn't tell what was clogging
up our toilet and drains. We had to
tear up floor, pipes, etc., found a rat's
nest in basement. Tney. had choked
the pipes with refuse. The plumber's
bill was $125. RAT-SNAP cleaned
the rodent Out." Three sizes, 25c,
50c,$1.00. Sold and guaranteed by
The BatlengerCo. and The Carolina
Submarine Coal' Mines.
There are many submarine coal de
posits off the British isles, but so far
they are not much wnrkpfl to
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nels of the mines at Whitehaven ex
tend some four miles from shore under
the Irish sea, however, and there also
Is some submarine coal mining at
Bolness 'near' the Firth of Forth and
at Monkwearmanth In Durham.
The Good Old Fashioned Kind
that have been doing Good Wot k
for 50 year without change of
formula. More popular than ever.
Great in Malaria, Sick headaches.
Constipation - and Biliousness.
At all druggists. Manufactured
Polk Miller Drug Co.. f
Inc., Richmond, Va. 1 UC
NOTICE DELIQUENT TAX
Notice is hereby given to the parties
named below and all persons that may
be concerned as mortgagees, that the
undersigned purchased at a sale of
property of delinquent tax payers, in
Columbus, Polk County on the 4th day
of May, 1919," land listed and describ
ed as follovra:
Eighteen: acres of land in Columbus
Township, listed in the name of-L. F.
Grant for the year 1918; one lot in the
Town of Trydn, less forty feet on
back, listed in . the name of A. Smith-
gale for the year 1918; one lot in the
Town of Saluda, less one foot on the
back, listed in the name B. L. McCall
for the year 1918; one lot in the Town'
of Saluda, less one foot on the back,
listed in. the name of Mrs.1. C P. El-
lerbe for the year 1918; one town lot
m the Town-of Saluda, less one foot
on the back, listed in the name of . E.
L. Moore; for the year 1918 ; one
hundred and twenty-nine acres of
land in White Oak Township listed in
the name of W. M. Sentell estaie for
the year 1918; seventy-two acres of
land listed in the name of A. B. Green,
Seventy-three acres listed in the name
of C. R. Bradley for the year 1918,
Coopers Gap Township ; forty-nine
acres in Coopers Ga Township listed
in the name tf Grant Walker for the
year 1918 Notice is further given
that application will be made to ,he
sheriff of PdlW County by! the under
signed for deeds of said property aj
ter the 4th day of May, 1920. V'
L. L TALLANT
50c tot $2.0
RHODES & STREADWICK,
- N. C
All kines staple and
fancy groceries at
prices that will save
you money see '
Tryon Lodge No. 1 1 8
Knights of Pythias
Castle Hal! in Missildine. Building
Meets Thursday Evening at 8:30
' VISITORS WELCOME
Six room furnished bungalow, with
bath for rent or sale.' Overbrook Or
chard Saluda, N. C.
T. W.BAUEW, TrycnJjX
We HaVe the Right M
Kind of Materials
o do your baildinif. Fall sto:k
Door, Windows, Siding,flort
CeilinK, Shingles Iths lnt
Finish and Moulding, Hou.n
Dressd Lumber- Carry cofflPj
STOCK OF FEEDS
HEARON LUMBER CO.
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Buy your nursery stock of. E. J.
Bradley, Saluda," agent x 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. . . r f
Your orders for Flooring, Ceiling,
Siding, Finish, Mouldings, Framing.
We manufacture this and can save
you money. See us for lath, brick,
doors and sash.
J. T. GREEN LUUBER COMITY.
Phone 42 Tryon,
W. F. LITTLE
Tryon, N. C
Mack P. SPearS