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E. Ridings has been suffer
a light stroke of paralysis
.1 . rsocf wppIc. PhvsifinTiB cair
jt is not serious. , . , -
large audience listened to ja most
excellent sermon delivered by Rev,
r'PV Blantoh, at Green River
13'"- 1 tt; j- . .
hurch Sunaay. ms uiscourse was in
to tne (o mnnon campaign.
A joint debate win oe neia at Mel-
Hill school nouse next TSaturday
i ir.i. TTiii-
Vht. tireen river aim ineivm xiili.
Subject: "Kesoivea mai a league 01
nations should be formed; and that
the United States should, join it."
Green River school is progressing
though there is a greax aeai 01 worK
that should be done by the children.
gut w are proud that the parents are
making the. sacrifice.
Rev. J. T. Ruppe filled his regular
appointment 'at Mountain Viev, Sat
urday and Sunday.
Sveral from Inman attended
preaching services here, Sunday.
Mr. Hobart Jackson, of Henderson
ville, spent Saturday night with
home folks.: - ;
Quite a number from Silver Creek
attended preaching services here, Sun-j
Mr. Henry Garrett was a pleasant
caller of Miss Carrie Jackson, Sun
Mrs. Martin McCrain was the din
ner guest of Mr. and Mrs.11. H. Mc
Crain Saturday - . -
Mr T. M. Ruppe, of Big Level, at
tended preaching services, here,,Sun-
Mr. Callie Halford ancf Mxsaud
(Cochran) Halford were happily mar-
ned last Saturday morning, xvev. o.
T. Ruppe tying the knot.'
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The farmers visit Spartanburg
very often here of late, with apples,
Mr. Reuben Wilson, of Spartan
burg spent Saturday night and Sun
day with his father, T. N. Wilson, v
Mr. Ernest Corn jumped from a car
near Mill Spring last Sunday, and
was very seriously injure!; but we
hear he is much better.
Miss Lizzie Lee Wilson was the
dinner guest of Miss Martha Jackson,
A large crowd attended- prayer
meetinp- at Mr. T. N. Wilson's. Sun
day, conducted by Rev. Bud 'Jackson.
'Miss-Mamie Wilson spent last week
end with her parents on route-1.
Wss Fannie Biddy was the guest
of Miss Esther Wilson, Sunday.
Misses Ola Haynes, Sue Jones and
Mr. Dock Wilson- entered school at
Red Mountain, Monday.
Mr. Clarence Whiteside, of Fruit
land Institute, spent Sunday night
with, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. L
We are having plenty of corn husk
'ngs at this time.
Mr. and Mrs. King Lawter left last
Wednesday fro Alexander Mills.
everjt from here wen4 to the par
ty at Mr. W. D. Helton's last! Thurs-
day night. J "
-Mr. and Mrs. E - F. Ruff, Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. N L.
Whiteside and Furman Jackson mo
wed to Hendersnville and other
Pkces last Saturday
There is to be a ioint debate be-
feen Green rive and Melvin Hill,
e, next Satudrav night.
fct will be the League of- Nations
'erybody invited to attend as there
ls sure to .be some good speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morris, of Cliff
J'de, called at Mr. and 'Mrs. Tom
Miss Love, the good nurse, of
Partanburpr. who was as a visiting
anl arnoriP- ih flu sufferers here
winter, spent last week at the
e of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Laughter.
Frosts have been letting up on us
several days now, and we are
"vin Pleasant Indian summer
Just the kind of weather all like,
cool and bracing.
It seems a little odd to see Wm. C.
Pace drawing the reins over luV fa
ther's mules, who1 has been away at
tending to Uncle Sam's business for
13 years. He talks of resigning his
office , in Bahama at $175 per month
and coming back to the mountains of
the old North State,- raising stock and
fruit and enjoy life. .
Elder S. P. Jones and daughter,
Manda, of Cherokee, S C, were pleas
ant visitors, both, on business and
pleasure, a fewdays last week. '
A dog found a ox.that was set for
rabbits one night last week and bag
ged the rabbit in the box and rolling
it over the field for several hours,
when finally he turned him out and
we got to sleep some.
Quite a crowd of Fishtop young
sters went to Hendersonville, Friday
Rev. Jackson, failed to fill his ap
Newt Case visited in the lower sec
Misses Pearl and Vina Morgan vis
ited Miss Flora Bradley, Sunday af
ternoon. Y - -
J. B. Bradley has been, and is yet,
suffering with a swollen finger, caus
ed by a briar sticking in it.
MILL SPRING ROUTE 1.
Mi, and Mrs. A. A. Edwards were
made to rejoice when their son, Tench
C. Edwards, returned home for a few
days' visit.- He has been away from
home almost three-years, and every
body was glad to see his home again.
He is visiting relatives in Spartan
burg, at this writing, and will leave
soon for Camp Taylor, Ky. He hopes
to get his discharge in March, 1920.
Miss Dorcas Edwards, who is in
school at Valle Crude, N. C, was
tiome on a short visit, last week.
Mr A Ogle and family are moving
to South Carolina, this week Their
many friends will miss them, and hate
to see them leave.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Sheean, of In
man S. C, visited atjA. A. Edwards'
Saturday and Sunday.
Born to Mr and Mrs. Willie Gilbert
on last Saturday, a son.
Miss Mossie Edwards, who has
been with home folks for several
days, returned to Tryon; Monday.
J. T. Edwards has purchased a Ford
Mr. Bert Edwards was a caller on
route' 2? Sunday. 1
Prayer meeting was conducted ' by
R. L. D Gilbert at the home of J. U
Griffin, last Wdnesday night.
Rev. Charlie Walker . delivered
interesting sermon at Big Level oa
Mr. Talmag Allen was a caller on
the route, Sunday.
Some nice watermelon was served
at the home of A. A. Edwaiuo a few
days past. Don't you wish you nad
MILL SPRING. "
Rev. Mr. Hackney filled his first
appointment at" the Methodist church
last Sunday. ' .
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Brisc ue vis
iting friends in Rutherfordton.
Dr. Smith is kept very busy now.
quite a number of cases of flu are re
ported but we hope we will not have
any Spanish flu. - ,
George, Gdrdon and Hubert uidds
were guests of Minter and Fred Bar
ber, Sunday afternoon; also Miss
Carry Barber called on Misses Jiva
and Mbilie Egerton. . "
Hog killing seems to be mucn in or
A few days ago some one was remov
ing the salt from ; their meat - box,
making room for pork; andto ther
surprise found a ham but maybe
they were just Hoovefizmg. . r. T
Our Sunday school at the Baptist
church is v progressing nicely." Ev
erybody seems to be very; much en
thused over the 75 million campaign.
On last Sunday the entire lesson per
iod was taken up .with short talks
from4 members of the . Suday school
t fhP line of the work; ,and be.
lieve me, we haVe already gone
the top at Mill. Spring... -
Dr. H. H. Edwards spent several
das : this v week in Rutherfordton' on
business. . '. :"f" f c v
Mrs. A. H. Elliott and children
spent a- few days last week with her
parents, at Mill Spring.
- Miss Eula Jackson, of Stearns
Hign School, spent the week-end at
hei: home near Mill Spring. ,
jRev. E. J. Jones filled his regular
appointment v at the Baptist'' church,
Sunday. : ,
Mrf Grayson Arledge,'1 of Mill
Spring, was visiting relatives 4 here,
A.x. R. F. McFarkin'd was called to
Rileigh on business last week.
Mr. R. M. Hill spent Saturday and
Sunday with his family here.
.The 'Womans Betterment Associa
tion will have a meeting at th4 .High
School building on Friday afternoon,
Dec 5th, 1919, at 3:30 o'clock.
Prof. E W. S. Cobb is in "Raleigh
attending the teachers' assembly.
Laura Jack is on the sick list this
Miss Ailcc Tallant has charge of
the grammar grade work in the High
school. .. 7 ." i v. ' fc'.v
.The primary grade taught by Mrs.
J4 W. Jack, will give a Thanksgiving
entertainment Friday at 1 p. m. Ad
mission 5c. Proceeds to go to the
Soldiers' Monument Fund.
(Prof. E. W. S. Cobb lost, valuable
J6rsy cow, last jareek."
?Mrs. Roxie Thompson, mother of
Mrs. M. P. Spears, moved to Colum
bus, this week.' iv K
, ;Mrs. R. A. Vatson. formerly of
Columbus, died at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. J. A Cantrellat Spar.
tanburg,. and was buried at the Co
lumbus Baptist cemetery, Sunday af
ternoon, Nov. 23rd. Mrs. , Watson
was 78 years of age Tlie surviving
children are: Mrs. N; T. Mills, of Co
lumbus ; Mrs. J. A. Cantrell, op Spar
tanburg; Mr. Edgad Yarborbf of Lin
colnton1, N.C ,;' t : ''r:.. s-.
"Mr. "and Mrs. Geo. Painter, of 5 Mel
vin Hill, attended the funeral of Mrs.
Watson here -Sunday.
Say, Mr. Editor, will you allow us
to join your paper ? This is our first
isit;and if you are willing, we will
come again. -
Mr;' Jim Smith is very ill with flu.
Many from this section attended
preaching at Bethle'hem. We feel
safe m saying everyone enjoyed the
very r interesting sermon delivered by
Rev. W; J; Hackney." '
Mr. Bona Jackson and Mr. W. B.
Edwards imade a business trip to
Rutherfordton, last week.
The girls of Fox Mountain school
organized fa literary society last Fri
day' afternoon. The officers are as
follows : Annie ' Edwards, president ;
Grace Hamilton, vice president;, Helen
Pai ton, secretary; Irene Edwards,
chaplain; Jettie Hogue, teller. This
society, will be uder . the supervision
of Mrs. Ray N. Edwards, the primary
The - boys also organized a society
with the f ollowingi officers r - Hugh
Edwards, " president; - John?. Edwards,
secretary. -This society will be under
the, supervision of Mr. John Gilbert,
the principal. u
-We welcome all the patrons of this
school to visit us in these societies
which Will be held every Friday after-'
noon. " ;,
We were glad to have Miss Sallie
Carpenler visit our school Monday
and would be glad if more would visit
Mr. Thaddeus Barber and Rev. W.
J. Hacknr. were quests at the home
of Mr.-W. ?r Hogue, Sunday after-
noon. , . ..'
Rev. E. J. Jones preached in Dr..
Pratt's place!-last t Sunday night. Dr.
Pratt Wring been called away on
business. . , . v ' - .
The Ladies' Aid Societv have pur
chased an; organ for use at the .chap
el till church is ready for occupancy.
Mr. R. D, Gray and Miss Alice, Mc
Brayer will attend Teachers' Assem
bly at Raleigh this Tfreek
At ' this writing Mr. Will Newman
is quite sick V with pneumonia. Also
Mr. v ahd "Mrs." Jas. .- Cpnnor ' have
quite a sick child," with pneumoina.
, Mr. Chas. Edwards, Jr. has moved
into the D. A. Goodman house, hav-
ing bought it some days ago. v
There was talk of ' a mad dog being
in our village one i day; last week.
Just a strange do acting a little sus
picious, psrhaps. ,
We said last week that there would
be a eclipse of the sun on Thanksgiv
ing. JBeg pardon; we were mistaken,
but we quoted from what 5 we thought
a very reliable journal, but we all
make mistakes. I ; ; c -
Rev. E. J. Jones was the guest of
H-G. Cannon and family list Sunday
night.; v . . - r.' ; - -
Mr.- W. F. Swann returned last
Saturday from somewhere 't in Geor
gia, where he had been for two weeks
We - quote from the Pathfinder:
"The armistice went into effect 11th
November, 1918 at 11 o'clock a. m.
In other words t: was- thellth- hour of
theslith day of tne 11th month ' of
the yarjj Now behold wnat it says
in the; 11th verse of the 11th chapter
of the; 11th book of the Bible Look
it up (for yourself." - '
MrJ D. B. Newman, of Flat Rock,
is'Vitins:;..liis son and family Will
Newnjan, who is sick at this time.
MJss Grace Panther has been out
of rschool several days nursing a cold.
Mrj and Mrs. S. F. FowieV nave had
a sick baby but is reported better.'
LANDRUM ROUTE 3.
i ivf were delighted Monday morn
ing!. to see Mr. Clayton. Constant5 and
his " crew of hands coming around
to patch up a few of our "public -gullies";
as the road was in bad condition.
5 , Mr. and Mrs. Will Malone and two
small children, of Spartanburg, -visited
: JMr, Malone's sister, Mrs. T. M.
Wolfe last . Sunday.
Mr., and Mrs. W. S. Hall, also Mr.
and. Mrs. G. W. Pierce, visited at Geo.
W. Penton's, on route 1 last Sunday.
The " school at Morgan is progress
utg n "cl:: with a complete enrollment
since the' second day. J 19 boys and 9
r:ffm:xt do oir share
toward the ? Soldiers Monument. - '
One of 0ur' o'possiim hunters had
the misfortune to lose his teeth while
nuntmg Saturday nient, but was
lucky enough to find them next day.
'H. P: Sharpe was in Columbuis;
Monday, ; on' -business. v
Hope every Baptist church in Polk
county goes "over the top" in the
Baptist 75 million campaign. Mor
gan's Chapel is already over the top
with the cash paid in for first year,
but we mean to add considerable
more during Victory Week.
- Nice cool weather and the farmers
are getting their wheat sown. ' '
Mr. Wilbur Feagan and Miss Effie
Mae Blackwell were; marrie4" Sunday
morning at Greens Creek" church by
the pastor. Rev. ? G. G. O'NeaL Here's
wishing them much happiness
. Mr. , Wilbur eagaii will return to
Spartanburg in a short time, taking
his wife with ljim.
Rey. Mr. : Fqxi f rom New Prospect,
preached an interesting sermon after
Sunday school at Creens Creek church
1 There was"" a" large crowd attended
the Wl t)iiW.( oyster supper at Cross
Keys, Saturday tight! v
Greens Creekhas organized a B. Y.
P. V.x s'ocityr Will be glad for any
one to 'jiome ' and join Will take in
new members every Sunday night at
6:30. - - -..:' ,;? .'w, A. , H
Mrs. Bridge Green, from Fair For
est, spent the week-end 'with her par
ents, 1 Mr. and ' MrsVMose Shields.
iMr. Grady y Flyhn and Gladys took
dinner with Mr. Frank Shields Sun
day. ;:'v-'i;-,." - ' .
Quite a number from Spartanburg
took dinner at Mr.;'Barnett's. Sunday.
Those ' who came were Miss Lela Bar
nett, Mr. and " Mrs. Jim Ray and
children. - ;' . .. ,
Mr. Barnett Blackwell was also up
to see his pa'rents, and the newly mar
i Mr Luther Nadirie took dinner rat
Mr. H. E. Flynn's, Sunday
Miss . Maude- Jackson spent Satur
day night with Miss Jannie Barnett.
Mass Evelyn Perserr has - gone to
New; Prospect to teach school.
Mr. and Mrs." Vitus McEiityre spent
the week-end with - Mr. ; and " Mrs.
Bridges, near ' Columbusf; d 1X4
; Mr7 and: Mrs. Clauide JV'BtveSd
Greers S. C. They wilhe missed
very much out of the Sunday flchool
at Sandy Plains school house
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cornea oy j, k. oami, county Alia
Last week was, one of unusual in
terest as I went through, Polk county.
One who is not acquainted with NE W
POLK COUNTY, would think she is
still asleep; but she 'aint" like Rip
van Winkle. She is awaking if rom
her long slumbers and putting on'
some real progressive movements.
If you. don't believe it, do like I do,
go around and see for yourself. Last
Wednesday I left Columbus at 1 oV
clock p. m., and went to Tryon to dis
cuss the possibilities of growing sheep
in Polk county with, Mr. Vorhees from
Michigan,a nd to attend a meeting of
directors of Polk County Fair Asso
ciation. There I convinced myself
that old Polk is still on one corner of
the map and certainly means to stay
there as shown by the pluck of these
men to settle all premiums at last
Fair and to have the best Fair in all
North Carolina next year. It was
then 'my "pleasant lot to spend the
night with Mr. James Scrivens,
which gave us opportunity to discuss
Hampshire hogs, cattle, sheep, poul
try and all round better farm meth
ods and management. Mr. Charles
J. Lynch's farm was next visited,
when Mr. Lynch kindly took me
through his home and showed and' ex
plained his Delco lighting plant. He
said, "now if a farnief is not able J to
iwn both an automobile and Delco
lighting plant by all means leave ! the
auto 6ff and put in the plant. - We first
went to the basement and poured
some kerosene oil in the tank and
primed up with gasoline, and away
she went till the batteries are charg
ed and , the thing trips " off , automat
ically. We then went to the living
apartments . and turned on the" beau
tiful white lights. The next stunt
was to set the "electric' iron to going
and then an old-fashoned jar was put
into U position;.an&- in f an : instant : jthe"
sure-enough old ' style churn was in
motion till the butter was on hand
and that without any labor on the
part of an . already worked to death
mother. - Then1 a nearby sewing 'ma
chine was put in motion !by a touch
of the' toe and 'away she went without
let or hinderance or exertion of a
back broken woman. Then "a kind of
rattle dashing was started up in an
other corner and lo and behold it was
a washing machine doing the work of
three or four women without the aid
of but one to put in and take out the
clothes, and thert-:fo you just ought
to seV' that1 thing twist "the water out
of them and the1 job is doneWell the
thing- can do almost anything to be
done about the house except eat and
Sunny View literary society met on
Friday afternoon, Nov. 21 1919. Had
a splendid program, consisting of
songs, recitations, etc.
A crowd of young people enjoyed a
singing at Mr. F. R. Coggins' on last
Saturday nfght.' '
Mr. Ralph Edwards was a visitor in
Sunny' View section, Sunday.
We are sorry to note that Mrs.
Twitty Jackson isn't improving very
A crowd of young people gave Miss
Eunice Randall a surprise party on
last Thursday nfrht. All report a
very nice time. ' 4
We wish to correct a mistake made
in last week's " paper concerning "the
box supper at Sunny "View. It will
be given Saturday night, Nov. 29.
Mr. Lawton Wilson made a trip to
Spartanburg last week.
Mr. R. R. Wilson, of Spartanburg,
visited home folks Saturday and Sun
day.. . - ' V.
Several from this , section attended
services at Big Level Sunday."
Mr. Hampton Ruff, bf Spartanburg,
visited home folks," Sunday.
Mr.' Willie MSlls, of Spartanburg,
has returned home. ,
Several from this section! attended
preaching at Big Level, Sunday.
Mr. Noah Xynch left last Thursday
for Va., where he will enter the navy.
Messrs. Posey Wilson and " Andy
Searcy, Mesdames Ellen Searcy and
Bonnie " Corn and Miss - Oma Gibbs
motored to Ruth, N; C, last Friday. '
Mr. and Mrs: G; S. Whiteside vis
ited MrstJ: S. Gibbs, lastundayi
Mr. Sampson Spicer visited, home
folks Saturday, returning to his work
dog fias a healftht
ien - sadness Vorues;
.UU versitv? And dbWou
nines ween when suns
iiand fail to, rise ? l "
I nought to Jerry.j the
e Airedale with the
ill the world and the
-W . . ."fe in Kansas. Jerry
any more, nor does
, -to rubbr?n gaijist ,
sweep the floprmriVith a -little
training I beiieve Wwould clean up'
the house buitd "fires, etc. All of this'.. ."
is 5 going on way out in the country .
on a ' f arm! We tHenT'went out lin3 "
inspected ' the: grass fields which had
been lately sown and bid fair to be a
success. Mr; Lynch is secretary of
the Hampshire' Swine Breeders Asso
ciation, lately organized, and is very
enthusiastic" for- the oeaiitiful belted ..
hogs. t k:,;'i:-:.. -
The nexti farm that attractof more
than passing; notice : fos thatof Mar.
WV B. McSwainif Wersi ea In
the disfanc'e the glimpse of jthisfarm
I saw : fiOTriethinir whiefc TPfieVnhle a
cane mill in operation, and thought
my luck would be an old styfemblas--ses
boiling thatv' night: but when
closer , inspection was resorted to, 'I
mill, a stump puller was in operation -
' ai a r rr a '1 ' . -i i m . ' . 1 1
ana mai ouu Btumps naa oeen puuea .
in less time than three : days; on ' t ur . . ,
ther ' investigation I found ; that 'tXt
this tearing up of stumps meant that
MrV McSwain had just purchased at v
a Jcost of fl,4qp.00:a tractor and first-,
class plowing and general land fixing .
outfit, I All this looked , like progress;'
but when I looked around and found
man ne naa ; sown a acres oi grass.
and ,had the seed necessary to'.'sowlO
acres morel ana vera iur ouirht to "
see" his1 cows ahd ; yearlings On. that ' ';
bauti:ur green pasture browsing anct vl
grazing on the green , grasses w sown ',
oie year ago. . I then went ; down j on I '
the, creek bottoms that were covered "
witli elders last lyear l.,anoT found a
negro ".ditching and acres of. this' low,;,
land that; had benr worth less7 . sown"
to grass and 'made r valuable" for pad- .
tdre. rSee 'together,, what . Mr: f c- , t
Swaiif ia doihg, puts Jdra : rigfe - m , i
the lead ' of '' the mcst progressive;
farmers in Polk Counjty,' Mr. Jantea . A
Blackwell . and Wmr t McDae 'liave
cleared their fields ,f jrtumps and are
ready f Or the : tractor. .Mr.', Ed, Lan". 1
casterwas ;the first ' farmer in ) ' the"
county, so far "as ItTmbw; td"instaU:a. J
tractor. He, Mr. JVIcSwain, Mr ;
Granville Thompson and Mr.' Craw
ford Walker making four v farmers
who now t)wn tractors in Polk county.
Now . don't everybody get crazy an.4
buy a . tractor," for ?yery farhieven,,
a large one," does not need one ; ftpt'( . f
where seyeraV neighbors' haye small fV
and stumps might .cooperate and buy
one together. So now if you, .don't
believe that old Polk, is . getting a .
"Hump on herr just go around nd
see for yourself. ".Then comejbackjte .
old ; Columbus' and see f stump pulling :.'
and tree digging going on right ij.
the court house square. , It's a sight J
to see how they , are tearing up .dirt
that has not been , molested since , the
good Lord made the earthy but my .
how the dirt is flying . now. :Its ' all ,
because old Polk is wakhe up never
to sleep again!,
Mr Hill they county superintendent
of Rutherfordton, made a nice talk'
at Cane Creek school building last
Mr. Will Haynes has ' mbveo! near
Cane Creek. , t
Mr. Claude Williams was V caller
on route 2, Sunday. -Mr.
Tolbert" Odel was' a caller at
Mr. M. N. Burnett's; Sunday.
Mrs. Bonnie Corn is on the
list now, but is some better.
What a stir, people moving, some
, killing porkers, others busy k plowing
getting ready for farming next year.
Every person is quite busy in thisv
community. , - ,
Mr. Will Green and wife have mov
ed to Pea Ridge.
Mr: C. R.- Bradley spent the week
end with home folks. -
Mr. H. P. Arledge and brother, G.
H. Arledge have gone today, Monday
morning, to move Mr. Jesse Splawn
andlfamily to Cherokee S. C.
Mr. ' Frank ' Green was a -' caller ' at'
Warrior Mountain Sundajr af ternooxu ' '
Mr. Callie Halford and Maiid"
Halford were happily married ,'" last' "
Saturday evening, at ' Greed "River.
Miss Nell Arledge was .the" guest of "
Miss Grace 'Arledge, Suijday.v
Messrs Hamilton WiUiann"-'1sad l
Geter Bradley attehde'd churcli ser- '
vices at Mountain' View,' Sunday.
I Mr. Will Foster spent the past
week at ' his father's farm on Green,
river. . - '"
I The ' school at'Silver Creek is pro-
gressihg nicely f with Mrs. Minnie
Green as teacher.!" y4,,Tl,''.'j:,, '
Mr. Henry' Thompson'' and wife are :
moving this week to Green riverf1