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husettsian and South ' Carolinian
g Qn Monday :;aiternoon,4Mrs. nomeii
'ave an Old Kentucky Home tea 5 to
meet retired Admiral Mead (Ky.).
The invited iruests were : Mr. and
Mvts. Lndsey (Ky.) Mr. and Mrs.
Speed, (Ky.); Major Sharp, (Tenn);
Mrs. Sharp, (N. Y.); Miss Putnam
and Miss- Chapman, (Mass.); Mrs.
Hester." (S. C). In evidence of
Kentucky's supremacy, Admiral Mead
told the story of the Kentuckian who
on his arrival at Heaven's gate, was
told by St. Peter, on learning what
state he hailed from, to "come right
OBITUARIES, CARDS OF THANKS, in." On coming upon a lot of in
otationt of Respect, Church or Lodsre Notici habitants of the golden streets, se
whn an admission fee is charged, or f or financia I curely chained St. Peter explained
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the American press association. escaping and getting back to Ken-
S85 West 19th Street. New York City, is our sole I tucky.
xna exclusive Foreign Advertising Agent.
J TR YO'M. . NORTH (CAROLINA
Office phone 99 Residence 45.
Katered as seeond-class matter April 28. 191
at tbe post office at Tryon. North Carolina, un
4cr sli act of March S. 1879
C. BUSH, Editor and Publisher
Subscription $2 .00 per V ear
A POSSUM SUPPER.
"Long May It Wave."
Mr. William Stearns wishing to
test the advisability of having a large
''Persimmon Fed Possum Supper" at
the Library, gave a small supper out
at the Mimosa on Monday.
There are no doubts left in the
minds of those present, as the guests
will sirfack their lips over the past
until the future becomes the present.
The great question now is who is
the best 'Possum cook in Tryon.
At this writing there are four fat
fellows feeding on the top of the land
with all the hunters on the lookout
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THE PUBLIC SCHOOL.
wholesome looking children busy
with their work, and of busy teach
ers, with but one thought, that of
making this what a school ought to
The fountain which is a recent im
provement was the gift of Mr. B. L.
Ballenger, and it is safe to say that
nothing could give more satisfaction
to the children of the school. '
This is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of Mrs. S.
S. Pack, to exhibit them to the un
dersigned on. or before the loth day
of February, 1920, or this notitce will
be plead in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will Dlease make immediate payment.
This the 15th day of December, 1919.
J. W. JACK, Administrator.
We Thank You
If there is such a thng as a pessi
mist in Tryon, let him hie himself
down the macadam road some of
Before another issue these sunny days as far the
f I . 1VTir 0 1 uxaucu otiiwi iivuoc.
Or, ine llLyYO reacnesi He will notice, to be sure, that the
you Christmas will have ilsts Mch ere pllff !"
J faith have been bent over, but with
COIXie and COlie. We this" exception he will see nothinr of
the shabby, broken-down look which
used to be. 1 v
On entring th hall he will notice a
modern drinking fountain and usual
ly a "dry" crowd drinking from its
clear bubble. As he goes from room
to room he will find them full .. of
take this time and man
rier to wish our readers.
tisers, job ; .patrons, and
friends a Merry Christ
mas and Happy and Good Health
Proper ous New Year.
We thank you all for
the loyal support given
us, and assure you we
will do all that lies with-
- in our power to merit
your confidence and es-
:teem May the New
?lYear bring to each and
;every One Or yOU Iieaitn, There is really no reason why men
fxiappmess, ana r ros- " . Tr:rx'
1 ruiifiiiKrir. itnnr np in snmi n t-mttiiiiti
"jPerity 'lS the Sincere Wish " that unfortunate condition. Thin,
of the NEWS family.
VIGOROUS HEALTH ONLY AS
FAR AWAY AS THE USE OF
CREATES RICH, RED BLOOD
PEPTO- MANGAN OBTAINABLE
IN LIQUID OR TABLETS INSIST
ON "GUDE'S" THE GENUINE
Additional Tryon News.
nervous, run:down, tired people never
get much happiness out of life.
Men and women with the blood of
health in their cheeks, a cheerful.
sunny dispotion and an attractive
A Tryonite remarked that a bee- persbnality are the folks who get
hive was often the symbol of a sav- most 01 life's enjoyment, pleasure,
ings bank, but a Rornet's nest in the and success.
window of the Peoples Bank & Trust .. tilde s Pepto-Mangan furnishes
Co, was the first time he had ever thin. watery blood with the necessary
known of it beng adopted for that J nourishment to enrich it, enabling it
miroose. Two were brousrht into 10 supply energy, vitality, and
town by an outsider and sold on the strength to every part of the body,
street to a lady who failed to give Physicians reccommend Gude's
her name and address. The bank! Pepto-Mangan to patients suffering
promised to dispose of them for him, I from anemia because its beneficial
if possible. ' and lasting qualities are well known
Miss Evans, of the Red Cross dined to the medical profession..
with Mrs. Holmes on Tuesday. She . ""eB po-mangan is oDxainaDie
was attendng a distressino- case of a lir eitner 11(l or laDlet torm' aolh
TYintiPT. witVi cmrPn nViiiHvon v,Q nA forms contain exactly the same
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est but thirteen, the youngest but sn"en&tft and medicinal properties.
1pvpti tnnntiiQ whn hsivn riw wnen.you Duv .Fepto-Manean of
ed of their natural protector by the your -drufirgist,-; be sure the name
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law whiPh malcps it unlawful t aim. UUUCB wxi wie uitcttage. JWitnoui
ply the public with moonshine. There Gucle s xt 18 not Pepto-Mangan.
: is an effort to have' the husoand and " Aavesement.
father paroled from the penitentiary
so that his family may suffer less
with the rigors, of the winter.
ine nome xsursing uiass neld re-
cently, at Saluda, In a letter receivd
by the chairman of Saluda branch A
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xv. v. me pieasmg, miormation was
given by Miss Mary : Thomas, that
while of ' course, some obtained better
marks than others, every member of
the . class passed in her . examination.
This will be particulirly gratifying to
the Junior branch, as it contributed
nine dollars and a quarter, though the
course of lessons was offered to pu
pils free. Under the supervision of
Mesdames Stevens and Loveland, of
baluda Seminary, the Juniors are be
coming known by their - good work
and .helpfulness to . others. While
the; certificates- are . delaved. 4thev will
f be forwarded recipients as soon as
possible, throup-h Miss- Thomas, a Red
it is a well; known. fact that almost
any time in Tryon one or more repre
sentatives of 20 or 30 states in th
union can be cot tnvpfo 1
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a; nbmeht'a nnfinA r ,
vw. vx vuurae eucn
one of them thinks his or her Stat
starts wlh a Cold
Kill the Cold. At the1 ifir
Standard cold remedy tot 20 yeari
, ia tablet lorro caxe, murw, no
opiates breaks up a com in
rt reuevea n
nnev back if it fan. The
genuine box baa Rf.f
At All Drug Stmr
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Clasiifisd - Advertisement
nished. t.A v to James Leonard,
Real Estate, Tryon. N. C. k "
for Sale New i ft. 6 in. porcelain
bath tubrith fittings; also 30 gal. hot
water tank, second hand. Prices rea
sonable.; Apply to P. O. Box 153. or
Phone - ' 2w:pd
A BARGAIN A White "King cor
net, usedfor one year; fine leather
case, plush-lined, $60. Address, E. B.
r . TT ill CI '
Lancaster, ? mgervine, a. v.
NOTICE DELINQUENT TAX
Notift , is - hereby givnc ;par
tiesnamdjbelo, and laU; pthei
mortgagees, that the undersigned
urchased at a sale) of property of de
payert, in Uolumbus,
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May, 1919, land listed and described
i 1 town lot in Tryon, N. C, on Ma
ple street, listed in the name of J.
C.:Fifher, for the yars 1917 and 1918.
One town lot and store room on Trade
street, listed in the name of Geo. A.
Gash, for the years 1917 - and 1918.
GEO. A. GASH
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Collections a specialty. Deeds
and Mortgages prepared, and
Contracts written at reasonable
We will pay a straight salary of one lot . anaaweumg on Trad etreet
$35.00 per- week and expenses to man listed in the name of Go. A. Gash for
nr womW with rip- to introduce EU-the years 1917 and 1918. One house
v " 1 " w . , J 1 -11 . .
REKA EGG PKOUUUJSKw JiureKa
Mfg. Co. East St. Louis, 111.
Honey Not Alt Gutenberc'e.
Prlntingj ja said to have been Intro
duced t6. the world Aug. 14, 1437. John
Gutenberg . stands at the head of the
early typographers, supported by the
genius of ' Scnoeffer and the: generous
patronage of Faust. Gutenberg used
only blocks, and to. Schoeffer U due
the moVmble type cast from matrices.
Caxton, yfyp introduced the art into
England tqpn life as a trader, v but
learned printing at Cologne. The first
printed book on record Is "The Psal
ter," which John Fauft and Schoeffer
published At Metx in 1437.
Knisrhts or rvthias
Casde Hall in Missildine Building
Meets Thursday Evening at 8:30
Havinflf Qualified as administrator
of Mrs. R A. Watson deceased late
of-Polk v?ounty North Carolina this is
toJnotif y; tU persons, having claims
against ,the estate of said deceased, to
exhibit them , to the undersigned on or
Mfjore thefirst 6ty of Feburary :1920.
Dr.J-njs nouce wiu uc pieau in oatr ui
ineir revcry. aii persons inucuwu
to said estate will please make imme
This tie 1st. day of December
W. F. LITTLE
Tryon, N. C. " T
Mack P. Spears
Attorney at Law :
Phone 42 Tryon, N. C.
4thut qimtfontf Hunt' SU
fails in thctrmUuentefScscn.
Tetter. Ktocvora, Itch, etc.
DnI Womc tJiacoorated be
cause ether treatzpents failed.
Hunt's Sal vaMt relieyed bun.
dreda of eorh cases. You can't
! on owf' M nmy Bmrh
Cmmrmnt. Try it at our ritk
TODAY. Prica 75c at
and lot on Valhalla road, listed in the
name of Hillard Metcalf , for . the
years 1917 and 1918. One lot on Trade
street, listed in the name of Rhoda
. Neal, for the years 1917 and 1918.
; On house and lot, listed in the aam
f Tm Jackson, for tka Ttmrs 1917
and 1918. One house and lot, listed
in tha name of G. D. Jackson, for the
years 1917 and 1918 One house and
lot, , listed in the name of Mattie
Mooney, for the years 1917 and 1918.
All of the above in the town of
Tryon, Polk County. N. C. ,
Notice is hereby further given that
application will be made to the sheriff
of Polk County, N. C, by the under
sijrned fordeeds to said property af
ter tha 5th day of May, 1920. This
Dec. : 12th, 1919.
J. P. LOCKHART, Purchaser.
NEWS ads cet resulu.
lies & fe iven to
persons whh J ' to nn .wn
mortgagees" tha 1
d ii i tax Paver ,crty0fr
Polk County nT ' m ColnSA
One town lot in 01'
one foot on back liSS ?f saluda i
Pauline Mt?25l 1'sted w the hS
iyi8. 44 acres of io' i0r the T01
township, SS in tefe
Redmond, for the v.! name of vS
lots in the town o?? ,19i8- 4 ft
feet on back of each lSlu?a' Ci
name of Joe A lS? ot' listed in J
1Q1R c A-Johnson fii1
118. 5 acrs of land 7 leI
"Sld m thp U1U
"vr AU1 me year 19 10 7 wa
lot m Iryon townshin I ' 1 C
on back, listed in the88 one
of land m Tryon townshin v4 ac5
the name of Arthur L w;,llstedT
year 1918. U Smith, f0r tJ
Notice is hereby fUH,0
plication will b??ade tor'--of
Polk County N. C. by tSe
signed for deeds to saSi he
ter the. 5th day of S PpeVS
Nov. 3rd, 1919. May' 1920.
Your orders for FloorL n
Finish, Moulding A,
We manufacture this and ?Dn
you money. See us for laT!
doors and sash. H
J. T. GREEN LUMBER
Having, qualified as adminstrator
of Walter Green deceased, -'kite of
Polk County, North Carolina.This is
to notif y,all persons having claims
against ; the. estate of said . deceased,
to exhibit them to the undersigned on
or beforsSthe first day of Feburary,
1920. Or this notice will be plead in
Bar of their ' recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate payment.
This tha 1st. day of December 1919
G. P. GREEN,
O , J'i . '
NOTICE DBWNuUENT TAX
We Have the Right Prices
- AND ,.
Kind of Materialo
0 do your building. Full stoc k
Doors, Windows, Siding,f(oorlng
Ceilinff, Shingles, Loths, Interior
Finish and Moulding, Rough and
Dressd Lumber. Carry complete
STOCK Or FEEDS
HEARON LUMBER CO.
SALUDA. N. C
Notice is. hereby given to the par
ties named below, and to all other
persons Who may be concerned as
mortgagees, that the undersigned
fmrchased at. a sale of property of de
inquent tax payers, in Columbus.
Polk County, N. C.n the 5th day of
May, 1919 land listed and described
40 acres ' of land inColumbus town
ship, listed in the name of Zeb Rog
ers for tha year 1918. 2 town lots
in Town of Saluda, listed in the name
of Wm. Plnkney Cox, for the year
Notice .is, hereby further given that
applicati? Kirill be made to the sherifl
of Polk County, N. C, by ths under
signed for deeds to said property af
ter the 6th day of May, 1920. This
Dec. 12th. 1919. J
E. Shore, Purchaser.
. It is with a great deal of pride that we show
nearly three fourth of a hundred thousand dollars
resources at the age of ono month; and for this con
tinued grrowth we feel greatly indebted to our
friends and customers.; . :
If you contemplate any change in your bank
account or need additional banking facilities, we
cordially invite you to try us, and be convinced that
our service will meet with ' your I requirments and
will be handled in such a manner that will be to your
entire satisfaction. I
' Special attention given to deposits lent bv
POLK COUNTY BANK & TRUST CO.
The Peoples Friendly Bank.
; 1 ?: COLUMBUS, N. C. :
E. W. S. COBB; President ! ' FRANK JACKSON Vice Prei
FRED W.LANTON. Ca,h! W. E. WAL Vice Pre7
. . frr r.. i't 1 . . 'k -
W. 1 . riAMIVll 1 H. iilRRs . r V CUADt:
j. i. oMvia tr. u. w 11 -i 1 ams w p WAl kFR
FRANK, JACKSON E. W. sTcOBB FRED W JBLANTON
In Your Homo
Price $ 5.50
1RY0N ELECTRIC SERVICt
Nctic of Land Sale.
Acting at agent for the Heirs f the
late J. J. BfCf I wfll os the 20th day
f Dtceccr, 1919. about 12 o'clock
II., at tht former home of J. J. Byert
on Pcaridge, efftr Cer ial te the highest
hidder for cash, or aHerrai--df iredit;
about thirty-fiTs acres of Isnd knows at
the J. J. Byert homettcad. Thit land
U is a godjUte of cultivaioa and hat
very good dwelling and bars and ths
laid it well tutsd to ths grswth sf eta
ctept.' MR3. J. R. SMITH.
NEWS ADS. GET
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Insist on Genuine Ford parts
Imitation "Ford" parts are being sold by many
mail-order houses, down-town stores and garages to
unsuspecting Ford owners as "Ford" parts. Bujt
they are not Genuine Ford parts. They are made
by concerns who have no conection whatsoever
with the Ford Motor Company. , Test have shown
them to break when the genuine Ford parts didn't
The Authorized Ford Dealers are your pro
tection. As such, we handle nothing but the Gen
uine Ford parts. They are made from the famous
Ford Vanadium Steel, and each part according to
its uses is heat-treated in the way that will give the
longest wearing qualities.
i -Our Ford garage and Ford mechanics are at
"your service at all times.!, .'Drive in when replace
ments or repairs for your Ford car may be necessary
Save your car also your money.
Touring $525 Chassis
Runabout $500 . Truck
Couplet $650 Sedan
Freight on any above $38.36
Govw; tax on each
Ballenger-Morris Motor Car Company
Tryon, North Carolina
We offer the following as Xmas sug
gestions and have arranged for your con
vient inspection and will take pleasure in
showing you. The earlier you shop the
better service we will be able to give you.
Books and small toys, Fobs,
For Grown Ups
Shirts, ; " .
v Hosiery, r-K.
Knives with chain,
Knives in cases,
Charms, . . i
:Hingi of all kinds
, North Carols