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Consolidated Nov. 191 V
TOefeai the Boaijd ofi?aacation o
Polk co'utotv has petitioned for :-ah
phir.trv Fridiv at ' election to be held-in -saraoa--inooi
tdvom MfiPTU r AROI INA District No 17 in Saluda1 Township,
TRYON. NORTH CAROLINA polk co which district includes
Office phone 99 Residence 45. the incorporated town of Saluda, to
ascertain whether the voters in said
district are in favor of issuing bonds
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tk. oMt office at Tryon. North Carolina, un nublic school buildine in and for said
Uk aet of March 3. 1879 Lvi j;cf-f in orrnrdanr'with the
gvnwA uiw vav www.
provisions of Chapter 55 of the Pub
lic Law of 1915. as amended by the
Public Laws of 1917. therefore, it is
ORDERED by the Board of Commis
sioners of Polk County that an
OBITUARIES, CARDS OF THANKS, election bt held in Saluda bchool uis-
Nation, of Re.pect.Church or "Lode Notic. trict Np.17 On the 10th day of Feb.
wh,M an admission fee it charged, or for financia 1920, to asertain whether the voters
,ln. wiUb-chanred resrular adverti.in rate, of Qf said galuda School District No. 17
gr cents per line. . j
pith! amtcricav press association. are m favor of -issuing bonds m the
taS Wett 19th Street. New York City, is our sole sum
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nd exclusive Foreign Advertising Asrent.
C. BUSH, Editor and Publisher
Subscription $2.00 per Year
si --p-i--i- - 9c-
of Twenty Thosand Dollars
($20,000.) for the purpose of build
ing in and for said school district,
and the repairing and furnishing the
same with suitable equipment. ' The
said bonds shall run for twenty years
and shall bear interest at a rate not
to exceed 6 per centum per annum,
payable semi-annually, and the max
imum tax that may be levied
to pay the interest upon said
bonds and provide a sinking
fund for the payment- of said
bonds-shall not exceed thirty cents on
the, hundred dollars and ninety cents
on the poll. That the ,said election
shall be held in the Town Hall in the
Town of Saluda, which is hereby des
ignated as the Polling Place of said
election, and the said election shall
be held under the laws, rules and
regulations as elections for members
of the General Assembly are held.
What are you eomg to do to make That J. C. Metcalf is hereby appoint
ed Polk a better county in which to ed as Registrar of said election, and
live rWrno 1Q?0 . H. P. Corwith and R. M. Hall are
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nereoy appomiea as juages . oi
election. - ;
Tryon needs a lot more houses to ac- It is futher ordered that ' at said
commodate hpr vi?i'ftr Whv not art I election those favoring the -issuance
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busy and build them. ' f bonds and the levying of a special t X.
tax shall vote a ballot on which snan jr y 5"T' JT&Jtvi-JSU; v;
MLonff May It Wave."
A CHAPTER ON COOKIES.
Today well lived makes yesterday
tream of happiness and every tomor-
ow a vision of hope.
"lis not the counsel, but the speak
r's worth which srives persuasion to
1 is eloquence.
X small cake or cooky Is often all
Unit one wishes of weet to serve with
a cup of tea . or
with some light
are" thousands of
kinds of . cookies
but most of them
have the same
spices, fruit, chocolate and various
flavors, nsing different forms for cut
ting, one may have an Infinite variety
with the same base. .-
White Cookfes-Take two cupfuls
of sugar, one cupful of shortening, oae
teaspoonful of sods, two eggs unbeat
en, half a teaspoonful of salt, one
cupful of buttermilk, one teaspoonful
of baking powder, nutmeg to . taste.
Mix as soft as possible.
Ginger Snaps. Take one cupful of
shortening, one cupful of sugar, one
cupful of molasses, one-half cupful of
water, one tablespoonf ul of ' ginger;
the same of cinnamon," one teaspoon
ful of cloves, and one teaspoonful of
soda dissolved in a tablespqonful of
hot water. Mix and roll, adding flour
to make a soft cooky.
Nut Cookies. Take one. cupful of
ground nuts, two and one-half cupfuls
of sugar, one cupful of chopped
raisins,, one cupful of shortening,
three eggsr! one-fourth cupful of cold
water, one-half teaspoonful of soda, one
teaspoonful of nutmeg, one teaspoon
ful of cinnamon and flour to' roll.
Chocolate Cookies. Take one cup
ful' of sugapDPrfcalf cunfnl. Qf ..short-:
enlng,! one-iiaLf 'tupfUlo'Of sour tmljkp
one and onetbslf cxrpfuls of flour, one-
T4k4 cold remedy for 29 years'
f'4abwt form aie, sure, n
TJioney bsck if it fails. lie
X renvine box hat a Red
P W I(H nil UU m
At All Drum Stmt
good hatal and barn. Conveniently
located hejir town. Fine place - to
keep boarders, . House partly .fur
nished. A lply . to- James Leonard,
Real EstaO, .Tryon. N. C.
WANTj4- Cow peas, if j you
have any -t'fe. sell, we want toJbuy
them. HOflES SEED STORE,
Spartaiibqiiri S. C. 162 E. Main St
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tOST OR STOLEN
Some-where between Columous,
N. C., ldHLdrurn, S. C, one auto
mobile easflg, Carlisle cord, No. 9410
32X3 1-2 d one tube 32X3 1-2 and
demountable1 rim and oil cloth ' cover,
black andvhit striped, for Dodge
car. . ::-''rk' : '
Anyone Ending it please notify or
return tO.i. F. TONEY ard receive
reward -,(F, TONEY, Tryon: N. C.
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without ueionif Hunt's SaJv
fails In th ttatsbemt of Kcsema.
Tetter. Jtiistwrm, Itch, etc.
Doa't become dileouraced be
cause ether jreatijiciits failed.
Hunt's-SeKbaa relieved hun
dreds ef sue) I cases. You can't
lm -9M ori ktmnmy- Bmth
k TODAYS njee '5c at .
NoSee' is nereiy tirtiS' la the pat- f
ptihlho, "injt7i,be I concerned,; a
mortgagee) thatMthe undersigned
purchased at a salt of property of de
linquent tasf. payers, in Columbus,
Polk County. N. C.,on the 5th day of
May, 1919, land listed and dcrifl
1 town lot in Tryon, N. C, en Ma
ple street, listed in the name of -J.
C. Fisher, for the yars 1917 and 1918.
One town lot and store room on Trade
street, listed in the name of Geo. A.
GasJi, for the yean 1917 and 1918.
One lot and dwelling on Trade etreet
listed in the name of Go. A. Gash for
the years 1917 and 1918. One house
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
E. Neal, for the years 1917 aad 1918.
On house and lot, listed in the ume
f Tern Jackson, for the years 1917
and 1918. One house and lot, listed
in the 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 m 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. Cf by the under
signed fordeeds to said property af
ter the 5th day of May, 1920. This
Lee. 12th, 1913.
J. P. LOCKH ART, Purchaser.
NEWS ads get results.
' A. GASH
JUSTICE OF; THE PEACE
Collections a specialty. Deeds
and Mortgages prepared, and
Contracts written at reasonable
TRYON. N. C.
Tryon Lodge No. 118
Knights of Py thias
Castle Hall in MissHdine Building
Meets Thursday Evening at 8:30
be printed the w6ij ,For School R ,
house Bonds", and those who are op-- rtoVier uear.,,one wiioie' 'e'tiiree't Wp-111?6 mC K,8nt
possed thereto shall vote a ballot ohl tabVesiooniuls 'of cream. Add the
j which shall be printed the wo
We believe that Polk County, is tie "Against Schoolhouse Bonds". And
best place in the country to live. We it is futher ordered that ,' a copy.' of
also know that it can be made mtuh
better and will be much more pros
perous if we will only do a few things to
help along Among the th ngs that
wou'd add to our prosperity are:
More patMres.- ' ' "
Pure bred poultry. :
Pure bred hogs.
Pure bred sheep and goats.
this order, which shall constitute a
Notice of said Election shall be posted
at the Courthouse door of Polk Coun
ty, at Columbus, N. C, for thirty
sugar, a little at a time, ana spread
on the cookies when they are nearly
cold. This frosting will keep In
definitely if well covered.
Macaroons. Beat J two egg whltei
until stiff. Add one-cupful of sugar,
carefully, then stir In one cupful of
days preceeding said decW that , a l. A saitV. ahflaror -witlr1
wpy wi uusv; wmii vannia. Drop on a,buttered sheet and
stitute a Notice of said Election, shall tate In a moderate oven
m . m I ' g
oe puDiisnea in the jpoik uounty ews,
a newspaper published at Tryon, N. C.
in said Polk County for four succesiye
weeks preceeding said election. Done
Kincfl6f M ateriats
Pure bied cattle, both dairy and beef, at a regular meeting of the Board of
Mor intensive farming by every Commissioners of Polk County. North;
' ' farmer.
More acreage planted to grapes.
'A big coTimercial peach orchard.
More laud planted to apples.
Better mail facilities for our rural popu
Better schools. "
More cottages and new hotels
Saluda and Tryon;
More entertaiument for our visitors.
Farmers cooperative markets at Try
on and Salada.
More industries to employ labor.
Carolina, on the 5th day of January
lyzu, at which meeting there ; were
present Charles Davenport. Chair
man, and George A. Painter and G:
W Thompson, Commissioners.
GEO. A. PAINTER
G. L. THOMPSON,
MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF LAND
o doyouiffSbuUdin?. Full stock
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Dooiis, VAldows, Siding,HoorIng
Ceiling; SMngles, Loths, Interior
Finish anrt Mouldmir, Hough anq
Dressd Lifinber. Carry complete
HSiTflON LUMBER CO.
.UDA. N. &
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned by virtue of the powers
contained in a mortgage executed
to him on the 25th day of January,
1318. by Miles Holbert and wife Nan-
couvemences in our cy Holbert will sell at public auction
tor cash at the court house door m
Columbus. Polk County, North Caro
Any or all of these things" would do MONDAY. FEBRUARY 2nd, 1920
Detween the hours oi 12 o'clock M.
and 2 o'lock P. M., the following real
much to add to the wealth of our'
ty and none of them are so high
priced estate, to wit: A tract of land in
Let us use our treasures when they
'will five us and those Tv love-pleas
: ure, and wbn uslnr themwUi reallj '
. ; count. ' ..;,' '
The following is a New England dish
which had much vogue in colonial times.
Line a baiting
dish with pastry
or biscuit dough ;
paste with thin
shavings of salt
pork. Fill the dish
with apples pared
and quartered, then sliced; sprinkle
with cinnamon and add a few table
spoonfuls .of molasses. Cover with
thin slices of pork and then with nas-!
try or biscuit dough. Let bake In a
Phoite42 Tryon, N. C.
W. F. LITTLE
Tryon, N. C.
Your orders for Flooring, Ceiling,
Siding, Finish, Mouldings, Framing.
We manufacture this and can sav
you money. See us for lath, brick,
doors and sash.
L T. GREEN LUMBER COMPANY.
NEWS ADS. GET RESULT"
THE UN I VERS AL CAB
Whether Cotter Pim or Complete
Uverhaul ? ,
You can getsit in out Authorized Fojri -sales
and Service Station. labour stockroom Wficfifrry
. every part that goes into -a Ford cat, or jfFiqrcl, truck.
They are genuine Ford parts too, each macjp,fithe
same tough, durable Vanadium steel as its counter
part in the Ford car. - y
Our shop is equipped with specially designed
tools and up-to-ths-minute raichinery so that repairs
adjustments, or complete overhault for Ford cars can
be handled promptly and emcientiy. Our machanics
understand the Ford mechanism and know the right
way to 4une it up.. . y. . .'.
We are a part of the Big Ford Faniily anct not-
. only , repair Fords but sell them as WetL i We have .
than a passing interest in your car. Drive in when
it needs repairing. For safetyVtake -have the Au
thorized Ford dealer do it. - .
Touring $525. Chassis $475
Runabout $500 , Truck . $550
Couplet $650 Sedan 775
Freight on any above $38.36
Gov. tax on each
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Tryon North vCaroliiWin a
) Attorney at Law '
Colutnltus V - N. C.
hn tha jKv ran k. r, A :t i rolk County adioimno' the lands of J.
KIU.U1CU u we uuiy P Rorn j M Wmiams and others,
Ku wnn mc ngm spun, Lay aside Beginning on a post oaK at J. Jr. moderate oven about one and one-half
weeves anu go 10 worK to Qo your par a rea oaK; thence north 2 1-2 east T
m making our countv the best nl.r on 88 Ples to a titmie' thence north 2 y8ter Chowders-Cut four ounces
raaiung our county me best place on east 78 U2 poles to gtone in said mu ot fat galt pork into an(J Jet
Uod s green earth to live. Show by hams' line; thence with said "Williams'" over a slow fife until all the fat Is ex-
your example that you have faith in Polk - we ,?oles t0 tne begm" tracted; add one onion, peeled and cut
1p mure or m shreds; stir and cook slowly until
I frKt sv 1m -.11. i m
m wKJA 1;. J I..- l- The above sale will n m for U111UU jreuowea ana soitenea;
" w., Bl.u ici iudKC ii so r.w 4.1.- m
j .i . ... , , w.BAUMjr uie mortgage men-
good that many others will see how good tioned above, tthere having been a
it is and come and live amonest us T forfeiture of same. Deed in fee will
This January 1st, 1920.
L. F. STEADMAN,
can De done,
Will" YOU do YOUR
Lynn Boy Married
On December 25" W. H. Cannon
uuutu iw iiianidc 10 miss nnie
L . u , . f '""-"j " iciouua against narDoring
aune Haseitine, of Greenville, S. C. her and that I will not be responsible
. My wife, Blanche McMurray, hav
ing Jeft mv bed and board, this is to
numy au persons against harboring
the cermony was preformed at the
home of the bride, by Rev. Quick, the
Pastor of the First Baptist Church of
Mr. Cannon, is th
for any debts she mav rontmt.
This , 9th dav of Jann&rv iQ9ft
2t-pd. A. DEWEY McMURRAY.
add two cupfuls of boiling water, and
let simmer 20 minutes or longer. Add
two cupfuls of sliced potatoes and cook
until the potatoes are done; add three
cupfuls of milk and a quart of oysters;
let cook until the oysters ruffle. Sea
son as needed and serve at once.
Panned Chicken With Com Fritters.
Joint a young chicken and set into a
baking pan; pour over a cupful of
broth and let cook an hour and a half,
basting every ten minutes with broth
or hot fat When tender remove te a
hot serving dish and use the liquid In
tne pan ror mating a -t sauce. Season
the chicken while cooking with salt
ana pepper ana it liked add a bit of
onion. Skim the fat and resrv on.
WANTED TO SELL The timber iourth Cdd .foXl
from 300 or more o-f vinnn -e- I nf a .n f anH wmIt mh .h v .
e SOn Ol r.OlL I est for l'mmola i . t I skU j , .
master W. A. Cainon. of LynnN. C. varieties; mostly oak, pine, chestnut, ul of broth. Serve the chicken on
out is now connect! witk ik P: k. birch, hickorv. walnut fV q a chop mate surrounded with ftttAMr
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.M;.. U-. K: i as reen'Kivercove.?
ivliss i Haseitine.' b - the ii tjatvt, -
. ju J N't- El-J. -BRAHEEY-& SONS
randMis. G; e.-Hae-:-- 'P Ucall
elle, arid has been rnlhe 3; j
Wiggly CaroUnaXompanv 'Greanl '?ISekt of Saluda,5 what is known
boro -N ?P o ' U ii: i 'I 88 reen Kiverfcove.?
ooro, - in. v i Miss i Haseltiner' b 5 the j i WbAT?
daughter of Mr
imc, or oreenvel
employ of Swift & Co. for the past two
years, and is held in the highest esteen
by. the employees.
"-ifu join ivir. cannons
many tnends m wishing he and his bride i
all ot the good things of this life.
IF yOU HAVE UNO TO SELL
List it with me, I
can sell it for you. :
W. A. Toddt Reai btate Landrum, S. C
Corn Fritters Beat two egg -yolks.
add one cupful of chopped canned
corn, half a teaspoonful of salt, one
rourth teaspoonful of pepper, one and
one-half teaspoonfuls of baking pow
der ana one cupful of flour. Fold In
the whites of thjj eggs beatenry . stiff,
TaVe up "the mfctur in a tablespoon
and with a second spoon moid It into
a compact ball, then drop Into hot fat
Turn while frying; drain on soft pa
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lit Youir Home
I 10 Year
Notde of Land Sale.
Adang aslfagent -for the heirs of the
late J. J3hxfs I wil bn the20th ! day
d 391 abbut 2cIock
U., at the ftmtr:iQiVJ.'J.::Eiren
on Pearidgeffer li iaje' theJgKesV
bidder for ca;, or insitebm (o crediL-
Aout toy-e aab bl: Utid kntWfii
me j. j..4)ye homestead. - rhis land
is in a godd ike of cultivation and ' hit
a very desirJ!e location. There u j
very good, duelling and barn and th,
land is well Jfiked to the growth of gen-
We wish to call your attention to a few
of our Fancy Groceries.
. Best Prunes per lb. . . .. ..... . . ... .30 and ,35
Best California Peaches per lb. . . ... ... . . ..35
The Famous Brand of W. H: Coffee. .
Hunts Brand canned fruit, Pears,. Peaches, Apricots
Green gage Plum, and the most complete line of
preserves 'and jellies we have ever carried, j
WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR '
SWANDOWN CAKE FLOUR
We make a specialty of any of these item
in quanities9 you will be suprised at the sav
ing there is buying canned goods by the
dozen. : ' r - '
ihrsi" .fjroD . -fit -i it
- North Carolina
MRS.J. R. SMITH.
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